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Welcome to The Letters Page!

In this podcast, creators Christopher Badell and Adam Rebottaro talk for an hour or two each episode about a hero, villain, event, or something else entirely from the wide world of Sentinel Comics. They also answer your questions!

Episodes post weekly on Tuesday mornings at 9 AM, Central Time. We also post Thursday Editor's Notes monthly!

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Feb 21, 2017

Let's talk Setback! 

Show Notes:

Run Time: 84:16

We were really tempted to post this show a day late, just because of who this episode is about... but we didn't want to let our listeners down!

If you haven't listened to the Expatriette episode yet, we suggest you do so before the Q&A portion of this episode - lots of connected stuff.

We mention that the building he went to for medical testing was a RevoCorp building. More on RevoCorp in the Baron Blade episode!

Not a lot of notes today! This episode is pretty self contained.

See you next week for Setback's old flame and nemesis, Kismet!

3 Comments
  • over a year ago
    Chris McDaniel
    The Luck of Coyote, man that fits so perfectly. I love that connection between those two characters and how perfectly it all fits. Love this series so much.
  • a year and a half ago
    Arcanist Lupus
    It was about a month of limericks. But I agree that it felt much longer at the time.
  • a year and a half ago
    Powerhound_2000
    How did Pete Riske not have legal issues after being the one found at fault for stealing money from the pizza shop? I know you said he didn't do it but he was framed for it I can't imagine the owners would just him walk away without consequences.
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