You can find it here and here.
It took a long time to get this interview, primarily because of schedules not meshing. But we were finally able to do it this afternoon (Spike's morning).
There was one answer that I wanted to include in the second interview, but I felt my notes on it weren't good enough for me to quote him accurately. I asked him about his part in "Excel Saga" as Shioji, the scientist with a "lolita complex." One thing I learned is that voice actors sometimes don't remember all the roles right away, especially when they are as busy an actor as Spike Spencer is (he also wasn't aware that Funimation was re-releasing it soon). I felt that this was a safe enough spot to put it where I didn't have to quote him directly but at least give a flavor of where the conversation went on this.
I asked him about whether Shioji would be considered controversial now since the uproar over "Dance in the Vampire Bund" and the Tokyo Youth Ordinance Bill, and whether American audiences would go along with it. He pointed out that he saw several people dressed up as Pedobear, so he's got a point there.
But it was a great overall conversation with him. Make sure to read the articles over at The Examiner.