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So, I’ve decided to give this whole podcasting thing a try. It’s actually something that I’ve been wanting to take a run at for awhile, but I’m just now getting around to giving it a go. The first episode has been recorded and it is already available for download via iTunes and PodBean. It was a really big stretch for me to snag my first guest — Hero Happy Hour artist and co-creator Chris Fason.
There is definitely a learning curve when it comes to podcasting, and that will be more than apparent when you listen to my first effort with the GeekPunk Podcast – Episode 001. Hopefully, that will not deter you from listening to additional episodes as they become available. (I’m thinking a weekly schedule.) I’m sure, like most things, practice makes perfect. And while I may never produce the perfect podcast, any future attempts can’t be any worse. Originally, the podcast that Chris and I recorded was twice as long — and twice as rough to listen to. So, I’ve already done you, the listener, a favor and edited out the worst of it. But please, give it a listen anyways.
In the “premiere” episode of the GeekPunk PodCast, Chris and I remissness about how we met and co-creating the comic book Hero Happy Hour, as well as remembering comic book artist Jeremy Dale — who recently left us too soon.