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New Marvel Universe in Order Podcast - The Incredible Hulk issue 1

Tonya and I over at When It Was Cool have posted another Patreon exclusive podcast in the Reading the Marvel Universe in Order series.  This podcast is our best performing podcast and we want to thank everyone for listening and ask you to spread the word!  We really need these Patreon supported shows to keep us going.  We thank everyone for helping us and if you haven't yet committed to trying it we want to encourage you to do so, it's easy and inexpensive and you can cancel at any time!

Think about it, $5 is less than the cost of one drive-thru meal.  If you gave choose to support us just one time at the $5 level I feel confident you would really see what a great value it is.  We offer hundreds of digital downloads at that level and have three Patreon only shows:  The Marvel Universe in Order Podcast, DragonKing Darker, and the DragonKingKarl Old Time Wrestling Hour.  You can download all of those shows at that level.

Of course, you also get the entire back catalog for DragonKing Dark and the entire Long Form History of Wrestling Series as well at that level ($5).  Won't you try it out for just a single month?  Thank you!

Try us out on Patreon!

Here is a list of ALL the digital downloads you can get and the level you need to sponsor us at to get them.


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