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Podcast: Talking Joes

I thought I was going to milk two blog posts out of this, but Part 1 and Part 2 were posted online in rapid succession!

This past weekend I spend a lovely two hours and 40 minutes speaking with Mark of the Talking Joe podcast. Under normal conditions the show is doing a weekly review of the IDW comic books a few issues at a time, but this was a special one-off (two-off — we talked for so long Mark cut the recording into two portions) wherein I spoke generally about the approach to my book, explained the timeline, answered a few silly G.I. Joe “trivia” questions, and we went back and forth with what makes the Real American Hero comics, toys, and cartoons special. Thanks to Mark (and co-host Chief in absentia!) for inviting me and letting me go on and on. Part One is more about writing my book, and Part Two is meandering-in-a-good-way about G.I. Joe in general.

TALKING JOE is available at all of your normal podcast places but if some links to stream-play or to download would be helpful, I am happy to oblige, first up with Spotify, and iTunes, Podbean, and Stitcher further down:

PART ONE on Spotify

PART TWO on Spotify

iTunes: Talking Joe/Tim Finn Pt 1 and also Part 2 (And in case those links ever stop working: Talking Joe at iTunes and look for 22 Dec 2020.)

Podbean: Talking Joe/Tim Finn Pt 1 and also Part 2 (And in case those links ever stop working: Talking Joe at Podbean and look for 2020-12-22.)

Stitcher: Talking Joe/Tim Finn Pt 1 and also Part 2 (And in case those links ever stop working: Talking Joe at Stitcher.)

As of this writing, I’ve only (re)listened to most of the first part (I was there, so I’m uncertain if listening to my own interview is navel-gazing), but I want to assure you all that I know who Sub-Zero is and that I won’t ever blank on a Joe’s codename!

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