The geekiest fictional characters for Nerd Pride Week

The nerd world is full of possibilities. There are different types of nerds who consume all possible content, perform marathons of movies and series, read their favorite books, play video games or are just very intelligent, enjoying knowing absolutely everything about certain subjects.

In some very interesting way, many movies and series, consequently, also explored these most varied types of nerds, including, some of these products became popular among fans who also consider themselves nerds; after all, identification is inevitable.

So let’s look back at some of the most important nerds in pop culture. It is worth mentioning in advance some more recent examples such as Devi, protagonist of Never Have I Ever from Netflix and also Raito Yagami, main character of death Note who stand out for their perspicacity and intelligence – but also at times for the coolness with which they deal with certain situations.

Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory)

While most characters in this series can be considered nerds at their core, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) is perhaps its prime example. In addition to being very fond of comic books, films intended for this type of audience and being obsessed with the study of physics, in recent seasons, despite all the changes, the character did not seem so out of character as things happened. That way, nerd is one of those who will never stop being what he is.

Hermione Granger (Harry Potter Saga)

Throughout the seven books written by JK Rowling we can see Hermione (Emma Watson) in several situations that show how smart she is. soon The philosopher’s Stone, the character already shows that plunging her head into books can be something charming. At the end of the saga, while the characters join forces against Voldemort, she continues making readings that prove to be fundamental for research.

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Hermione is a nerd reader, as is Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls, who knows that having a library in mind will change their world.

Tony Stark (Iron Man)

The billionaire playboy who is also a scientist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, among many other skills, stands out for being able to carry out his most varied inventions to help humanity. Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) is a true geek who is passionate about technology and uses his money to make his dreams come true.

Sandy Cheeks (Sponge Bob)

One of the funniest cartoons of all time would certainly have its nerdy character. Sandy Cheeks, the squirrel who lives in a kind of spacesuit underwater, is always coming up with some fancy idea, in Doctor Victor’s best fashion, of Castle Ra-Tim-Bum. Always with her head in her research, she is a studious nerd who can unravel some of the secrets of the sea, in addition to fighting karate.

Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)

The character, who is also a Buddhist, vegetarian and saxophonist, despite her young age has her entire life dedicated to her studies. She is able to develop several experiments, get good grades, conduct debates with solid arguments and also be always confronting the adults in the series with beautiful insights. She is a nerd who could easily shake off her “weird” status with her persuasive arguments.

Spock (Star Trek)

Quoted several times in The Big Bang Theory by Sheldon Cooper and company, Spock is one of the most iconic characters in Star Trek, immortalized by Leonard Nimoy in the original series and also in the first films. Spock is very smart and somewhat antisocial.

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Velma (Scooby-Doo)

With her monochromatic look and unmistakable glasses, the smartest of the group aboard the Mystery Machine can also be considered a natural nerd. Velma is always involved in her research to unravel the mysteries she is in charge of and is also capable of reasoning with incredible persuasion.

Doctor Emmett Brown (Back to the Future)

Dr. Brown’s outlandish ideas (played by Christopher Lloyd) may even seem bizarre at first glance. But his friend Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) manages to take him into consideration, getting involved in some robberies – as due to an accident the boy ends up visiting his parents in the 1950s.

We need to agree, however, that the creator of the time machine in a DeLorean — something extraordinary in itself — is a complete nerd, the kind who will always be doing his experiments.

Sam Tarly (Game Of Thrones)

When author George RR Martin was asked about his own characteristics in his characters, he stated that Sam Tarly was the one that most resembled him, as the boy, belonging to the Night’s Watch is a “fat young man who likes to read books and he doesn’t like to climb a lot of stairs”. Some fans even created the theory that Sam would be Martin himself in the books and that he would be in charge of writing the saga of the wars for the throne in Westeros.

Bruce Banner (The Incredible Hulk)

Although the Hulk only appears to have the power of strength, Bruce Banner, his true persona, is quite smart. Banner was always very fond of studying and over the years he specialized in gamma radiation, which led him to become the incredible Hulk. Trying, over time, all possible ways for the green monster not to interfere in a bad way in your life, little by little he gained the ability to control it. Banner can be considered a study nerd who is always on the lookout for skills that will benefit him.

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Abed Nadir (Community)

And last but not least, we need to quote Abed Nadir (Danny Pudi) from community. The series itself already features some assorted nerd personalities. But Abed is perhaps the main one, with all his fun gags, sloppy looks and his partnership with Troy Barnes (Donald Glover).

The Greendale Community College film student is a fan of Cougar Town, a series starring Courtney Cox (Monica, from friends — sister of another nerd of the series, Ross Geller) and it is from him that several metalinguistic insights can be seen in the series.

There are many other characters that certainly belong to the nerd world, which are your favorites?

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The geekiest fictional characters for Nerd Pride Week

The nerd world is full of possibilities. There are different types of nerds who consume all possible content, perform marathons of movies and series, read their favorite books, play video games or are just very intelligent, enjoying knowing absolutely everything about certain subjects.

In some very interesting way, many movies and series, consequently, also explored these most varied types of nerds, including, some of these products became popular among fans who also consider themselves nerds; after all, identification is inevitable.

So let’s look back at some of the most important nerds in pop culture. It is worth mentioning in advance some more recent examples such as Devi, protagonist of Never Have I Ever from Netflix and also Raito Yagami, main character of death Note who stand out for their perspicacity and intelligence – but also at times for the coolness with which they deal with certain situations.

Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory)

While most characters in this series can be considered nerds at their core, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) is perhaps its prime example. In addition to being very fond of comic books, films intended for this type of audience and being obsessed with the study of physics, in recent seasons, despite all the changes, the character did not seem so out of character as things happened. That way, nerd is one of those who will never stop being what he is.

Hermione Granger (Harry Potter Saga)

Throughout the seven books written by JK Rowling we can see Hermione (Emma Watson) in several situations that show how smart she is. soon The philosopher’s Stone, the character already shows that plunging her head into books can be something charming. At the end of the saga, while the characters join forces against Voldemort, she continues making readings that prove to be fundamental for research.

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Hermione is a nerd reader, as is Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls, who knows that having a library in mind will change their world.

Tony Stark (Iron Man)

The billionaire playboy who is also a scientist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, among many other skills, stands out for being able to carry out his most varied inventions to help humanity. Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) is a true geek who is passionate about technology and uses his money to make his dreams come true.

Sandy Cheeks (Sponge Bob)

One of the funniest cartoons of all time would certainly have its nerdy character. Sandy Cheeks, the squirrel who lives in a kind of spacesuit underwater, is always coming up with some fancy idea, in Doctor Victor’s best fashion, of Castle Ra-Tim-Bum. Always with her head in her research, she is a studious nerd who can unravel some of the secrets of the sea, in addition to fighting karate.

Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)

The character, who is also a Buddhist, vegetarian and saxophonist, despite her young age has her entire life dedicated to her studies. She is able to develop several experiments, get good grades, conduct debates with solid arguments and also be always confronting the adults in the series with beautiful insights. She is a nerd who could easily shake off her “weird” status with her persuasive arguments.

Spock (Star Trek)

Quoted several times in The Big Bang Theory by Sheldon Cooper and company, Spock is one of the most iconic characters in Star Trek, immortalized by Leonard Nimoy in the original series and also in the first films. Spock is very smart and somewhat antisocial.

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Velma (Scooby-Doo)

With her monochromatic look and unmistakable glasses, the smartest of the group aboard the Mystery Machine can also be considered a natural nerd. Velma is always involved in her research to unravel the mysteries she is in charge of and is also capable of reasoning with incredible persuasion.

Doctor Emmett Brown (Back to the Future)

Dr. Brown’s outlandish ideas (played by Christopher Lloyd) may even seem bizarre at first glance. But his friend Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) manages to take him into consideration, getting involved in some robberies – as due to an accident the boy ends up visiting his parents in the 1950s.

We need to agree, however, that the creator of the time machine in a DeLorean — something extraordinary in itself — is a complete nerd, the kind who will always be doing his experiments.

Sam Tarly (Game Of Thrones)

When author George RR Martin was asked about his own characteristics in his characters, he stated that Sam Tarly was the one that most resembled him, as the boy, belonging to the Night’s Watch is a “fat young man who likes to read books and he doesn’t like to climb a lot of stairs”. Some fans even created the theory that Sam would be Martin himself in the books and that he would be in charge of writing the saga of the wars for the throne in Westeros.

Bruce Banner (The Incredible Hulk)

Although the Hulk only appears to have the power of strength, Bruce Banner, his true persona, is quite smart. Banner was always very fond of studying and over the years he specialized in gamma radiation, which led him to become the incredible Hulk. Trying, over time, all possible ways for the green monster not to interfere in a bad way in your life, little by little he gained the ability to control it. Banner can be considered a study nerd who is always on the lookout for skills that will benefit him.

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Abed Nadir (Community)

And last but not least, we need to quote Abed Nadir (Danny Pudi) from community. The series itself already features some assorted nerd personalities. But Abed is perhaps the main one, with all his fun gags, sloppy looks and his partnership with Troy Barnes (Donald Glover).

The Greendale Community College film student is a fan of Cougar Town, a series starring Courtney Cox (Monica, from friends — sister of another nerd of the series, Ross Geller) and it is from him that several metalinguistic insights can be seen in the series.

There are many other characters that certainly belong to the nerd world, which are your favorites?

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The geekiest fictional characters for Nerd Pride Week

The nerd world is full of possibilities. There are different types of nerds who consume all possible content, perform marathons of movies and series, read their favorite books, play video games or are just very intelligent, enjoying knowing absolutely everything about certain subjects.

In some very interesting way, many movies and series, consequently, also explored these most varied types of nerds, including, some of these products became popular among fans who also consider themselves nerds; after all, identification is inevitable.

So let’s look back at some of the most important nerds in pop culture. It is worth mentioning in advance some more recent examples such as Devi, protagonist of Never Have I Ever from Netflix and also Raito Yagami, main character of death Note who stand out for their perspicacity and intelligence – but also at times for the coolness with which they deal with certain situations.

Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory)

While most characters in this series can be considered nerds at their core, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) is perhaps its prime example. In addition to being very fond of comic books, films intended for this type of audience and being obsessed with the study of physics, in recent seasons, despite all the changes, the character did not seem so out of character as things happened. That way, nerd is one of those who will never stop being what he is.

Hermione Granger (Harry Potter Saga)

Throughout the seven books written by JK Rowling we can see Hermione (Emma Watson) in several situations that show how smart she is. soon The philosopher’s Stone, the character already shows that plunging her head into books can be something charming. At the end of the saga, while the characters join forces against Voldemort, she continues making readings that prove to be fundamental for research.

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Hermione is a nerd reader, as is Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls, who knows that having a library in mind will change their world.

Tony Stark (Iron Man)

The billionaire playboy who is also a scientist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, among many other skills, stands out for being able to carry out his most varied inventions to help humanity. Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) is a true geek who is passionate about technology and uses his money to make his dreams come true.

Sandy Cheeks (Sponge Bob)

One of the funniest cartoons of all time would certainly have its nerdy character. Sandy Cheeks, the squirrel who lives in a kind of spacesuit underwater, is always coming up with some fancy idea, in Doctor Victor’s best fashion, of Castle Ra-Tim-Bum. Always with her head in her research, she is a studious nerd who can unravel some of the secrets of the sea, in addition to fighting karate.

Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)

The character, who is also a Buddhist, vegetarian and saxophonist, despite her young age has her entire life dedicated to her studies. She is able to develop several experiments, get good grades, conduct debates with solid arguments and also be always confronting the adults in the series with beautiful insights. She is a nerd who could easily shake off her “weird” status with her persuasive arguments.

Spock (Star Trek)

Quoted several times in The Big Bang Theory by Sheldon Cooper and company, Spock is one of the most iconic characters in Star Trek, immortalized by Leonard Nimoy in the original series and also in the first films. Spock is very smart and somewhat antisocial.

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Velma (Scooby-Doo)

With her monochromatic look and unmistakable glasses, the smartest of the group aboard the Mystery Machine can also be considered a natural nerd. Velma is always involved in her research to unravel the mysteries she is in charge of and is also capable of reasoning with incredible persuasion.

Doctor Emmett Brown (Back to the Future)

Dr. Brown’s outlandish ideas (played by Christopher Lloyd) may even seem bizarre at first glance. But his friend Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) manages to take him into consideration, getting involved in some robberies – as due to an accident the boy ends up visiting his parents in the 1950s.

We need to agree, however, that the creator of the time machine in a DeLorean — something extraordinary in itself — is a complete nerd, the kind who will always be doing his experiments.

Sam Tarly (Game Of Thrones)

When author George RR Martin was asked about his own characteristics in his characters, he stated that Sam Tarly was the one that most resembled him, as the boy, belonging to the Night’s Watch is a “fat young man who likes to read books and he doesn’t like to climb a lot of stairs”. Some fans even created the theory that Sam would be Martin himself in the books and that he would be in charge of writing the saga of the wars for the throne in Westeros.

Bruce Banner (The Incredible Hulk)

Although the Hulk only appears to have the power of strength, Bruce Banner, his true persona, is quite smart. Banner was always very fond of studying and over the years he specialized in gamma radiation, which led him to become the incredible Hulk. Trying, over time, all possible ways for the green monster not to interfere in a bad way in your life, little by little he gained the ability to control it. Banner can be considered a study nerd who is always on the lookout for skills that will benefit him.

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Abed Nadir (Community)

And last but not least, we need to quote Abed Nadir (Danny Pudi) from community. The series itself already features some assorted nerd personalities. But Abed is perhaps the main one, with all his fun gags, sloppy looks and his partnership with Troy Barnes (Donald Glover).

The Greendale Community College film student is a fan of Cougar Town, a series starring Courtney Cox (Monica, from friends — sister of another nerd of the series, Ross Geller) and it is from him that several metalinguistic insights can be seen in the series.

There are many other characters that certainly belong to the nerd world, which are your favorites?

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The geekiest fictional characters for Nerd Pride Week

The nerd world is full of possibilities. There are different types of nerds who consume all possible content, perform marathons of movies and series, read their favorite books, play video games or are just very intelligent, enjoying knowing absolutely everything about certain subjects.

In some very interesting way, many movies and series, consequently, also explored these most varied types of nerds, including, some of these products became popular among fans who also consider themselves nerds; after all, identification is inevitable.

So let’s look back at some of the most important nerds in pop culture. It is worth mentioning in advance some more recent examples such as Devi, protagonist of Never Have I Ever from Netflix and also Raito Yagami, main character of death Note who stand out for their perspicacity and intelligence – but also at times for the coolness with which they deal with certain situations.

Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory)

While most characters in this series can be considered nerds at their core, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) is perhaps its prime example. In addition to being very fond of comic books, films intended for this type of audience and being obsessed with the study of physics, in recent seasons, despite all the changes, the character did not seem so out of character as things happened. That way, nerd is one of those who will never stop being what he is.

Hermione Granger (Harry Potter Saga)

Throughout the seven books written by JK Rowling we can see Hermione (Emma Watson) in several situations that show how smart she is. soon The philosopher’s Stone, the character already shows that plunging her head into books can be something charming. At the end of the saga, while the characters join forces against Voldemort, she continues making readings that prove to be fundamental for research.

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Hermione is a nerd reader, as is Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls, who knows that having a library in mind will change their world.

Tony Stark (Iron Man)

The billionaire playboy who is also a scientist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, among many other skills, stands out for being able to carry out his most varied inventions to help humanity. Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) is a true geek who is passionate about technology and uses his money to make his dreams come true.

Sandy Cheeks (Sponge Bob)

One of the funniest cartoons of all time would certainly have its nerdy character. Sandy Cheeks, the squirrel who lives in a kind of spacesuit underwater, is always coming up with some fancy idea, in Doctor Victor’s best fashion, of Castle Ra-Tim-Bum. Always with her head in her research, she is a studious nerd who can unravel some of the secrets of the sea, in addition to fighting karate.

Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)

The character, who is also a Buddhist, vegetarian and saxophonist, despite her young age has her entire life dedicated to her studies. She is able to develop several experiments, get good grades, conduct debates with solid arguments and also be always confronting the adults in the series with beautiful insights. She is a nerd who could easily shake off her “weird” status with her persuasive arguments.

Spock (Star Trek)

Quoted several times in The Big Bang Theory by Sheldon Cooper and company, Spock is one of the most iconic characters in Star Trek, immortalized by Leonard Nimoy in the original series and also in the first films. Spock is very smart and somewhat antisocial.

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Velma (Scooby-Doo)

With her monochromatic look and unmistakable glasses, the smartest of the group aboard the Mystery Machine can also be considered a natural nerd. Velma is always involved in her research to unravel the mysteries she is in charge of and is also capable of reasoning with incredible persuasion.

Doctor Emmett Brown (Back to the Future)

Dr. Brown’s outlandish ideas (played by Christopher Lloyd) may even seem bizarre at first glance. But his friend Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) manages to take him into consideration, getting involved in some robberies – as due to an accident the boy ends up visiting his parents in the 1950s.

We need to agree, however, that the creator of the time machine in a DeLorean — something extraordinary in itself — is a complete nerd, the kind who will always be doing his experiments.

Sam Tarly (Game Of Thrones)

When author George RR Martin was asked about his own characteristics in his characters, he stated that Sam Tarly was the one that most resembled him, as the boy, belonging to the Night’s Watch is a “fat young man who likes to read books and he doesn’t like to climb a lot of stairs”. Some fans even created the theory that Sam would be Martin himself in the books and that he would be in charge of writing the saga of the wars for the throne in Westeros.

Bruce Banner (The Incredible Hulk)

Although the Hulk only appears to have the power of strength, Bruce Banner, his true persona, is quite smart. Banner was always very fond of studying and over the years he specialized in gamma radiation, which led him to become the incredible Hulk. Trying, over time, all possible ways for the green monster not to interfere in a bad way in your life, little by little he gained the ability to control it. Banner can be considered a study nerd who is always on the lookout for skills that will benefit him.

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Abed Nadir (Community)

And last but not least, we need to quote Abed Nadir (Danny Pudi) from community. The series itself already features some assorted nerd personalities. But Abed is perhaps the main one, with all his fun gags, sloppy looks and his partnership with Troy Barnes (Donald Glover).

The Greendale Community College film student is a fan of Cougar Town, a series starring Courtney Cox (Monica, from friends — sister of another nerd of the series, Ross Geller) and it is from him that several metalinguistic insights can be seen in the series.

There are many other characters that certainly belong to the nerd world, which are your favorites?

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The geekiest fictional characters for Nerd Pride Week

The nerd world is full of possibilities. There are different types of nerds who consume all possible content, perform marathons of movies and series, read their favorite books, play video games or are just very intelligent, enjoying knowing absolutely everything about certain subjects.

In some very interesting way, many movies and series, consequently, also explored these most varied types of nerds, including, some of these products became popular among fans who also consider themselves nerds; after all, identification is inevitable.

So let’s look back at some of the most important nerds in pop culture. It is worth mentioning in advance some more recent examples such as Devi, protagonist of Never Have I Ever from Netflix and also Raito Yagami, main character of death Note who stand out for their perspicacity and intelligence – but also at times for the coolness with which they deal with certain situations.

Sheldon Cooper (The Big Bang Theory)

While most characters in this series can be considered nerds at their core, Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) is perhaps its prime example. In addition to being very fond of comic books, films intended for this type of audience and being obsessed with the study of physics, in recent seasons, despite all the changes, the character did not seem so out of character as things happened. That way, nerd is one of those who will never stop being what he is.

Hermione Granger (Harry Potter Saga)

Throughout the seven books written by JK Rowling we can see Hermione (Emma Watson) in several situations that show how smart she is. soon The philosopher’s Stone, the character already shows that plunging her head into books can be something charming. At the end of the saga, while the characters join forces against Voldemort, she continues making readings that prove to be fundamental for research.

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Hermione is a nerd reader, as is Rory Gilmore from Gilmore Girls, who knows that having a library in mind will change their world.

Tony Stark (Iron Man)

The billionaire playboy who is also a scientist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, among many other skills, stands out for being able to carry out his most varied inventions to help humanity. Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) is a true geek who is passionate about technology and uses his money to make his dreams come true.

Sandy Cheeks (Sponge Bob)

One of the funniest cartoons of all time would certainly have its nerdy character. Sandy Cheeks, the squirrel who lives in a kind of spacesuit underwater, is always coming up with some fancy idea, in Doctor Victor’s best fashion, of Castle Ra-Tim-Bum. Always with her head in her research, she is a studious nerd who can unravel some of the secrets of the sea, in addition to fighting karate.

Lisa Simpson (The Simpsons)

The character, who is also a Buddhist, vegetarian and saxophonist, despite her young age has her entire life dedicated to her studies. She is able to develop several experiments, get good grades, conduct debates with solid arguments and also be always confronting the adults in the series with beautiful insights. She is a nerd who could easily shake off her “weird” status with her persuasive arguments.

Spock (Star Trek)

Quoted several times in The Big Bang Theory by Sheldon Cooper and company, Spock is one of the most iconic characters in Star Trek, immortalized by Leonard Nimoy in the original series and also in the first films. Spock is very smart and somewhat antisocial.

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Velma (Scooby-Doo)

With her monochromatic look and unmistakable glasses, the smartest of the group aboard the Mystery Machine can also be considered a natural nerd. Velma is always involved in her research to unravel the mysteries she is in charge of and is also capable of reasoning with incredible persuasion.

Doctor Emmett Brown (Back to the Future)

Dr. Brown’s outlandish ideas (played by Christopher Lloyd) may even seem bizarre at first glance. But his friend Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) manages to take him into consideration, getting involved in some robberies – as due to an accident the boy ends up visiting his parents in the 1950s.

We need to agree, however, that the creator of the time machine in a DeLorean — something extraordinary in itself — is a complete nerd, the kind who will always be doing his experiments.

Sam Tarly (Game Of Thrones)

When author George RR Martin was asked about his own characteristics in his characters, he stated that Sam Tarly was the one that most resembled him, as the boy, belonging to the Night’s Watch is a “fat young man who likes to read books and he doesn’t like to climb a lot of stairs”. Some fans even created the theory that Sam would be Martin himself in the books and that he would be in charge of writing the saga of the wars for the throne in Westeros.

Bruce Banner (The Incredible Hulk)

Although the Hulk only appears to have the power of strength, Bruce Banner, his true persona, is quite smart. Banner was always very fond of studying and over the years he specialized in gamma radiation, which led him to become the incredible Hulk. Trying, over time, all possible ways for the green monster not to interfere in a bad way in your life, little by little he gained the ability to control it. Banner can be considered a study nerd who is always on the lookout for skills that will benefit him.

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Abed Nadir (Community)

And last but not least, we need to quote Abed Nadir (Danny Pudi) from community. The series itself already features some assorted nerd personalities. But Abed is perhaps the main one, with all his fun gags, sloppy looks and his partnership with Troy Barnes (Donald Glover).

The Greendale Community College film student is a fan of Cougar Town, a series starring Courtney Cox (Monica, from friends — sister of another nerd of the series, Ross Geller) and it is from him that several metalinguistic insights can be seen in the series.

There are many other characters that certainly belong to the nerd world, which are your favorites?

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