AN INTRODUCTION
Hey everyone. My name is Box-Robots (Adam) and I am the newest member of Albotas. I am a filmmaker currently residing in Philly and I’d like to think that I am fairly involved in nerd culture. I really love film and video games and have occasionally followed comics and even some tabletop games like Heroclix. I am actually really into the chiptune music scene in Philly, which is blossoming. I am also really into pro wrestling, which may be surprising to some. I follow mainly independent wrestling companies that focus more on creative story-telling over dramatic soap opera style stories. I think wrestling is a unique art-form that is largely underrated.
Anyway, as a result of all of my interests, I feel that I will be able to provide a ton of really great content to Albotas. I have always been extremely committed to the stuff that I love and the nerd/geek subculture is no different. Due to my love for gaming, I ended up doing a 20 minute short documentary on a professional Starcraft II tournament that was featured on IGN. Since I was unable to play Starcraft II at a great level (I’m currently ranked as bronze, which is the lowest ranking one can attain.) I figured out a way to contribute to the scene. That is the main reason that I wanted to get involved with Albotas.
If you feel compelled, please follow me on Twitter @BoxRobots and check out my Vimeo.
I am excited to be a part of Albotas and can’t wait to help contribute to the geek culture that we all love.
Thanks for reading. Now on to the quality content.
-Box-Robots

AN INTRODUCTION

Hey everyone. My name is Box-Robots (Adam) and I am the newest member of Albotas. I am a filmmaker currently residing in Philly and I’d like to think that I am fairly involved in nerd culture. I really love film and video games and have occasionally followed comics and even some tabletop games like Heroclix. I am actually really into the chiptune music scene in Philly, which is blossoming. I am also really into pro wrestling, which may be surprising to some. I follow mainly independent wrestling companies that focus more on creative story-telling over dramatic soap opera style stories. I think wrestling is a unique art-form that is largely underrated.

Anyway, as a result of all of my interests, I feel that I will be able to provide a ton of really great content to Albotas. I have always been extremely committed to the stuff that I love and the nerd/geek subculture is no different. Due to my love for gaming, I ended up doing a 20 minute short documentary on a professional Starcraft II tournament that was featured on IGN. Since I was unable to play Starcraft II at a great level (I’m currently ranked as bronze, which is the lowest ranking one can attain.) I figured out a way to contribute to the scene. That is the main reason that I wanted to get involved with Albotas.

If you feel compelled, please follow me on Twitter @BoxRobots and check out my Vimeo.

I am excited to be a part of Albotas and can’t wait to help contribute to the geek culture that we all love.

Thanks for reading. Now on to the quality content.

-Box-Robots

A Little Bit on the Coin Side: People who are into designer toys tend to have the collector bug. Now these coins featuring designer coins can be collected. That’s like collecting collectables based on collectables. So meta. Each limited edition coin has a 1.5” diameter and double-sided art. The artists contributing to the first series are Andrew Bell, Joe Ledbetter, Frank Kozik, 64 Colors, and Scott Tolleson. Get them for $12 each at Myplasticheart.

A Little Bit on the Coin Side: People who are into designer toys tend to have the collector bug. Now these coins featuring designer coins can be collected. That’s like collecting collectables based on collectables. So meta. Each limited edition coin has a 1.5” diameter and double-sided art. The artists contributing to the first series are Andrew Bell, Joe Ledbetter, Frank Kozik, 64 Colors, and Scott Tolleson. Get them for $12 each at Myplasticheart.

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