Audio Interview with Gav Thorpe! – FTN #151

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Gav Thorpe joins us for an audio interview talking about his time with GW and beyond. Episode 151 is here.

Yo guys,

Finally…. We are back.  I apologize for the gap in episodes as I was traveling for the last couple of weeks.   I was able to hit Warhammer World and it was AWESOME.

The first part of the show we talk a little bit about my trip to Warhammer World and then gush over the beautiful Sylvaneth models.   Age of Sigmar is really coming into its own with the upcoming release of the General’s Handbook and I’m excited.

The second part of the show we are joined by the venerable Gav Thorpe.  He talks with Chris and I about his  new Angels of Caliban book and his storied time with Games Workshop starting from the early 90s.

It is really nice to be back and it and to be able to lead off with Gav is great.

Please give the show a listen and let us know what you think. Thank you.

Each episode will be about an hour long. This ideally gives you something neat to listen to on your way to work, or on the way back home. Maybe you can even listen while you are painting or modeling!

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FTN mostly focuses on Warhammer 40k, but again you will see in the first few episodes we take a severe deep dive into nerdom. These have been a blast to record and I hope they help pass the time for you.

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Gav Thorpe Starts at 43:00

Paul Murphy – Host

Justin Troop – troopsmash
Christopher Morgan – captain morgan
Adam Abramowicz – Beyond the Brush Studios
Andrew Whittaker

  • Peter Utecht

    “Gav Thorpe Starts at 43:00” …THANK YOU!

  • madphil101

    Have they photoshopped the article picture to make him look like Hitler?

  • kryczek

    Woohoo an actually properly titled podcast post. I might listen to this one.

  • Satyan Patel

    Gav is one of my favorite Black Library authors. He is fluid in his novels. He also responds to his fans on his site! Even the non fans in an eloquent way.