Today’s show is all about Halloween memories! That’s right it is time for the 5th Annual Retroist Halloween Special. It was a fun show to put together and many of the folks associated with the site joined in to share their Halloween memories. You will hear Charleton Hero, Retro Justin, Doug, David Greelish, Weird Paul, Eric LeFeber and of course, Vic Sage. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed making it.
The above art was provided by Artist/Illustrator Christopher Tupa. To see more of Christopher’s work, drop by his website at http://www.ctupa.com. You can see all this work for the Retroist Podcast at The Art of the Retroist Podcast. Music on the show was provided by Peachy (the Great Pumpkin of Wales), if you have musical needs, why not contact Peachy at email@example.com. And “like” him on his Facebook Page.
I got a lot of contributors to thank, so here I go. Charleton Hero can be found at his own blog The SuperHero Satellite and on twitter @charlton_hero. Retro Justin has his own website boxing4free.com and posts great retro themed videos on his YouTube Channel. You can find Doug at the Retroist, where he is a regular writer and contributor to the podcast and at his website’s authordougmccoy.com, where he posts his books and at http://mccoycast.wordpress.com/ where he posts his many podcasts. You can find more info about Computer Historian and toy collector, David Greelish at about.me/davidgreelish. Thanks to Lo-Fi musician and original Vlogger, Weird Paul for his segment. Do yourself a favor and check out his wonderful videos from the 1980s at his YouTube channel and learn all about him at his website, WeirdPaul.com. Eric LeFeber has his own Custom Action Figures Art Blog called Insidious Customs that you should check out. Finally thanks to Vic Sage, who is an editor here on the Retroist, so you can find him dishing up stuff almost daily. In addition to the he is regular on the podcast and also contributes to one of Doug McCoy’s podcast’s or… McCoycasts.
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