You know I almost didn’t post this, because as usual, I missed an episode with a famous Sunbow voice actor, and the guys took the opportunity to rib me about it…so screw ’em, right?
Nah. I’m nothing if not forgiving, so I’ll play nice and post the latest update for the What’s on Joe Mind podcast. This episode the guys are joined by Sunbow voice actor Neil Ross, who voiced the indelible Shipwreck, one of the most popular characters in the G.I. Joe mythology!
They also tackle all the latest news and information, and talk about the GIJCC 2012 Convention Set in its entirety. I’m jealous that I didn’t get the chance to share my .02. Ah, well, maybe I’ll make them revisit it tomorrow night.
Check out the latest episode on our Podbean page, or via the embedded player below, and don’t forget to hit the jump for our show notes.
What happens when Justin misses a show? Well, we tend to have awesome interviews with voice actors. So when Justin told us he would be missing this week’s show, we knew our interview would be a blast! Joining us this week is Neil Ross, or otherwise known as the Sunbow voice of Shipwreck! We talk to Neil for an hour about his many works – past and present. Right before halftime, Shogi Scott reviews many of the souviner JoeCon exclusives from 2010. In the second half, we start off with the mailbag and answer another JoeCon question, talk about Sideshow and our thoughts on the Operation Bear Trap set, and we get a text message from Chuck’s sister Barbra. In the news we talk about the final reveals of the 2012 3.75″ JoeCon set, once again we mention that the JoeCon Brochure is out, local Filipino GI Joe collector group, TS118 will be setting up displays and dioramas in the lobby of many movie theaters in the Philippines to help promote the hobby to new fans. Retaliation and “Dollar Store” figures are the topic of discussion in our wrap up segment. A few of the guys got their hands on early stuff, so hear what the guys thought of the new movie toys. Its an exciting time to be a fan! Sit back, and enjoy this double-nickle edition of WOJM!
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