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When It Was Cool Podcast to relaunch next week.

Tonya and I were discussing the When It Was Cool Podcast recently and both came to an agreement that it has evolved into something different that what we originally had in mind.  We also conversed about various upgrades we want to bring to the show and suggestions other listeners have brought to the table as well.

We have decided to relaunch the podcast next week (July 2017).  There is no need to do anything differently, all your current iTunes links and podcast app subscriptions will remain unchanged.  We are simply re-branding it as a Season 2 or Podcast 2.0 type situation.

The show will feature new music and production values far more in line with what we originally envisioned.  Also, the show will be much more focused content wise.  Each show will feature four to five consistent topics including music, toys, comics, etc and those topics will be touched on during every show.  The show will be reigned in to about 40 minutes and will come out more frequently.

We have also started a daily feature on both Twitter and Facebook called "Comic Book Cover of the Day".  If you miss it on those social media outlets then I will be archiving them on the website as well.  There's nothing deep to it, just a fun way to enjoy beautiful and n
ostalgic comic book covers.

We thank everyone for supporting us and hope you will enjoy the new approach to the show and anxiously await your feedback and recommendations!

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