It's been almost fifty episodes since we had the old format, and there may be some listeners out there who came aboard the Secret Identity train more recently, during this run of All-New Secret Identity shows. If things seem a bit confusing to you new listeners, that's understandable. If you'd like to get a taste of the old format before it arrives in the next week or so, there is a ton of old shows that you can choose to sample from. On our page over at Drive Thru Comics, we have over 200 of our shows archived, dating all the way back to issue #200 of the Secret Identity Podcast. Not only are there dozens of our "Second Helping" shows, but it's a great place to grab back episodes that feature interviews with creators you might have missed. In fact, in the comig weeks, I'm going to do some posts on the blog here highlighting some of the old episodes and the interviews in them, for folks who never got a chance to hear them the first time around.
If you really want to take a trip back in the wayback machine, you can visit our page over on the Internet Archive, where the first fifty or so episodes of the podcast from 2006 are posted.
SO, I guess what I'm saying is that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Despite the occasional tweaks to the format of our shows, we still talk about the things we (and you) love each week, and we still have a wonderful community of listeners that like to hang out and discuss the things they are passionate about.
Thanks as always for your support, and for spending time with us each week. It means the world to us, and it's why we are still recodring Secret Identity after six years.
--Brian and Matt
P.S. If you do check out any of our old episodes on Drive Thru, please support them as well by cehcking out some of he thousands of comics they have. Drive Thru is a champion of small publishers, and many of our friends have their books over there. Drive Thru has always supproted us and they allow us to make episodes available through them, so please show them some love.