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Comics, Food, and DragonKing Dark!

We have some great new articles up at When It Was Cool.  Joseph Perry takes a look at the old 1960's Dell Comic book series The Outer Limits issue 5 - http://www.whenitwascool.com/outer-limits-issue-5-comic-book-review

Tonya from When It Was Cool has put up a couple great new recipes lately too.  A real flavorful and lightly spicy sausage and rice skillet dinner - http://www.whenitwascool.com/tonyas-diner-rice-sausage-pepper-skillet and then you can try this creamy dessert afterwards - chocolate eclair! - http://www.whenitwascool.com/tonyas-diner-chocolate-eclair-dessert

I hope you will stop by the When It Was Cool Website and check out all the new improvements.  I have made the front page a lot easier to navigate and our various social media links easier to find.  We also continue to add more Patreons and I am hopefully adding even more content very soon.  If you aren't a Patreon supporter you are missing quite a few great podcasts and many digital downloads.  It really is a great deal even at the $5 level, there is so much stuff to download whether or not you are a wrestling fan.  It won't be long until I have the complete run of the old DragonKing Press Newsletter on the Patreon feed, as well as, the audio companions for each episode.

Of course, the entire back catalog of the DragonKing Dark and DragonKing Darker podcasts are on the Patreon feed as well.  Thank you so much for supporting us at When It Was Cool.

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