Two shows and two movies! All totally real! (Note: this is yet another lie.)
Run Time: 2:17:59
We're excited to finally be getting back to the animated series for this episode! Lots to get through here.
We start right off with season 1 of the Prime Wardens show.
Around 29 minutes in, we get into the two movies after finishing the Prime Wardens show. Both movies! Two of them.
Then, just before 41 minutes in, we finally dive into the Dark Watch show, which takes a good deal longer than anything else. We clearly went a bit overboard on this part, but we were inspired!
Finally, we get to a few questions at the 2 hour and 6 minute mark.
More exciting episodes coming soon! Plus, if you're at the Contributor level on the Patreon, you'll be able to join us this Thursday morning for a live recording of a bit Editor's Note (which will be released in audio form next week). See you then!
The final Baron Blade story of the Multiverse!
Run Time: 1:12:01
Sure, we are still the fools that mess around for the first few minutes of the episode, but then we get right down to the story! And what a story!! We go through all 12 issues of the Burying the Blade limited series, though not in a page-by-page way, so much as a "telling all the story" method.
Just before the 37 minute mark, we use the long-lost spoilers tag! There is spoilery stuff in here for the OblivAeon story, so if you want to avoid that info for a bit more, skip from there to the questions section!
Speaking of which, we get to your questions just after the 45 minute mark.
We'll be recording this month's Extrasode live on this Thursday morning, so if you're a Letters Page Patreon supporter at that level, come join us for that!
We take another stab at making a live story element! What are we going to make? We have no idea.
Run Time: 1:24:10
This episode is all over the place, as we intentionally did no planning, letting our creative process take us where it would... and it turned out pretty interesting! Listen on to discover a bit of world building as we craft it. (After we spend the first 6 minutes stalling...)
We get to live questions right around the one hour and 12 minute mark. These are all questions from the Discord chat, as questions couldn't have been written in for a topic that no one could predict!
At the end, we mention briefly that we're looking at doing some Patreon restructuring, which we are going to be doing at the end of October! This will be the last month of Patreon working the way it currently does - next month, it'll be different! We'll be talking more about that over the course of this month.
The end of the end... or is it?
Run Time: 2:14:02
We get right down to the brassiest of tacks! And it's a good thing, too - there's plenty to talk about, still!
We get to your questions about an hour and 27 minutes in.
Thank you all for listening through the end of the Multiverse! Catch you next month for the very episodes for which you voted!
An Editor's Note for between the two OblivAeon episodes!
Run Time: 1:01:10
We answer questions NOT about the OblivAeon episodes! However, we will be talking about those in the next Editor's Note!
IMPORTANT NOTE! The morning that this episode is released, we'll be doing a live recording of a "create a story live" episode! It's happening, today, September 20th at 11 AM Central! The live showing will be viewable by everyone on the Patreon! Come join in!
Here's the upcoming schedule:
And here's the customary photo of next month's release calendar:
The bulk of the questions section of this episode is spent on various topics from the Vertex line of Sentinel Comics, but after that, we also go on to talk about a few other things, including:
We hope you can join us at 11 AM, Central today for our live "create something" episode recording! And look forward to part 2 of the OblivAeon story next Tuesday!
It's officially the beginning of the end.
Run Time: 2:16:09
We jump right into the story, not wasting too much time messing around as we often do. And! You get to hear hints of some new music! What could this music be? Only time will tell.
Initially, we go through snapshots of various events that lead up to OblivAeon. But, as we get deeper into the OblivAeon story, we zoom in more and more.
That said, it's half an hour into the episode before OblivAeon finally reaches Earth. And by that point, there have already been two major character deaths. Yikes!
Just past an hour and 51 minutes in, we get to some of your OblivAeon questions. More coming next week!
Upcoming cool event: on Thursday morning of this very week, we'll be doing a live stream for all of our Patreon supporters! We're releasing another "Create Something Live" episode in early October, and we're recording it on Thursday, September 20th, at 11 AM Central time. Only the Contributor level supporters will be in the chat, but the video will be available to everyone on the Letters Page Patreon.
Also, this morning, we're launching a Kickstarter for the great game Homebrewers. Go check it out. It's genuinely a blast.
Look forward to the second part of the OblivAeon story next week!
The end of the beginning of the end. Or is it the beginning of the end of the beginning?
Run Time: 2:03:17
We start with important info: don't listen to this episode. That is, if you don't have OblivAeon yet, we think you should wait. Now, if you're cool about spoilers, then go for it. But there's a few big things in this episode, and it's only going to get worst as the month progresses. That said, we're shipping out more and more copies of OblivAeon every day, so you will have it soon!
So, after some chatting and disclaiming, we get into the overview of the scions' stories just before the 5 minute mark. And we start with a bunch of stuff about OblivAeon's backstory, in fact! This episode starts off FAST!
After going through all of the scions, we get to your questions - following the same structure as the scion overview - at around 44 minutes into the episode.
I'm not going to say more in these show notes. Like I mentioned above, some big reveals here, so you should listen and experience it yourself!
More on OblivAeon next week!
The most ill-advised episode ever.
Run Time: 1:28:25
As we quickly realize, us formulating and planning out ways to destroy the world or take over all the people or anything along those lines... makes for a pretty dark episode. We're definitely going on some watch lists now.
That said, a lot of the episode is caught up in arguing semantics and logistics. This is why supervillains frequently work alone. If they did work together, they'd be more likely to make a podcast or a bunch of games.
For those of you on the Letters Page Patreon, tomorrow morning the voting will go up for what episodes we will create next month! The topic submission stuff is up now, but today's the last day to submit topics that we'll look at for next month. Get ready to vote on September 7th!
Let's talk about... EVERYTHING.
Run Time: 3:03:21
This episode is the most info-dump episode we've ever done, but it's all gotta get out there. We're doing a lot of connecting the dots between stories we've told across all of the episodes leading up to this one. But there's still lots of story to be found here!
We jump right into it, digging in hard to the year by year of Sentinel Comics, since the beginning of the Golden Age.
Not really a lot to say in the show notes that we're not saying in the episode - we go through it all! You're just going to have to listen to find out more!
After 2 grueling hours and 16 arduous minutes of overview, we finally get to your questions.
As promised just after the 2 hour and 49 minute mark: Brian, here's that cover!
We have a brief future segment around the 2 hour and 56 minute mark, and then proceed on to a brief closing, including name reading. This month is just getting started, and it's already heavy stuff!
Thanks for listening!
It's time for another Editor's Note that is turns out to be mostly about more shipping!
Run Time: 1:25:24
The September Schedule!
And here's the photo of the calendar on our wall!
You'll note that we're recording the first couple episodes for October well before the end of September. Adam's going to be out of town at the end of September/beginning of October, so we've got to get ahead on the recording schedule. For our Patreon supporters, the topic submission process will go up soon, and then we'll do voting early enough to make sure that people get a chance to submit questions for those episodes.
Topics we talk about in this Editor's Note:
Thanks for listening!