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A group of Awesome Geeks who go all crazy on the podcast about Toys, Comics, Games, Movies, TV and everything else geeky. 

We geek out with creators in the Comic, Toy, Game and Film industries. Learn about their process and find out what they geek out about!

About The Hosts

This is where you can find out all about your favorite geeky hosts and rotating co-hosts of the Super Awesome Geek Show!

We have each written a goofy fun bio about ourselves. Can you find the grains of truth in this mess!? Have fun reading up about us and we hope you enjoy geeking out with us as much as we enjoy making this podcast and YouTube channel!

Rob Clifford: One of Your Hosts, Artist, Illustrator & Sculptor!

John Adams

I'm a freelance illustrator and sculptor, based out of Kirkland, WA, and from the Land of Giant Robots (Japan). I had a 10 year hiatus from the arts because of a nasty car wreck that had left me without fine motor control of my hands. Recurring flare ups continue to affect my drawing arm and keep me in chronic pain, but I've been trying to keep positive and stay busy with my work when I can physically do it. 

While my primary love of illustration has been superceded by sculpture, I continue to draw and sketch regularly. I also paint, both digitally and in oils, and do photography and design work as well. 

I am an outspoken, kilt-wearing, openly bipolar, bisexual, agnostic
lifelong comic book geek and historian, who is passionate about mental health, and both deals with and publicly talks about recurring bouts of depression, anxiety and PTSD on the reg, in order to help foster understanding about these complex problems.