We're gonna write a comedy story!
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Yet again, we craft a comic from the back catalogue of Sentinel Comics! This one is much more modern than our other Writers' Rooms episodes, as you can tell by the cover.
We had a ton of fun with all the various parts of this story, and we hope you do, too!
Thank you for tuning in! If you're a member of our Patreon, you can join us live this Friday at 11 AM for this month's Editor's Note!
We create and tell the first official Disparation story!
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This one is a delightful jaunt of an episode. We're excited to dig into a Disparation story again - each of the previous Disparation-focused episodes have been a lot of fun, and getting to tell the first ever is a blast!
Also, hot damn, that cover is awesome. Adam continues to knock it out of the park. If you're reading this and looking at the cover before listening to the episode, you'll just have to tune in to find out what's going on here!
Thank you to all of our listeners and supporters for making this happen, especially those of you over on The Letters Page Patreon. We are thrilled to get to keep making content for all of you.
We're gonna talk about the WHOLE THING!
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This episode, we answer so many questions from all of you! You had questions on everything from mechanics, to hero creation, to story, to both future and past info... so many things! As a result, we end up with a longer episode than we've had in a long time! We hope you enjoy all our answers!
We're heading into September with new episodes - two Writers' Room episodes! Here's the calendar:
To be part of our live show, join the Letters Page Patreon! Thank you to everyone who listens and supports us. You make our dreams come true.
It's time for another live Editor's Note!
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We reveal the schedule!
There will be a recording calendar posted soon, but we need to figure out some September recording times, due to the travels of both Christopher and Adam.
We talk about a ton of things in this episode, including but not limited to:
We had a very fun Gen Con this year!
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We talk about all manner of things, enjoy a very different musical guest than ever before, and are entirely serious the entire time! (One of those things might not be true. Hard to say.)
And here's a Trevor's eye view of the room before we started while people were still coming in.
There were a lot of people this year! Good thing Gen Con gave us a bigger room than ever before. Let's pack even more in next year!
Between now and then, join us next week on our Patreon for a live recording of this month's Editor's Note!
We're at it again - posting something when we said we wouldn't. What rapscallions. You can't take us anywhere.
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This is the second week of our two week Gen Con hiatus, and yet, we just couldn't NOT post SOMETHING, right?
Last week was Gen Con, as we lie about on the air.
For this Microsode, we answer the NEWEST, the FRESHEST, the RIGHT OFF THE PRESSES letter - one sent in mere hours before we recorded! Amazing. So fresh and so clean clean.
For those of you who couldn't be at Gen Con, next week's episode is a Trevor-edited recording of our Gen Con Live Episode! We hope it was a great success - at the time of this writing, we're still several days away from it, but we look forward to it with great anticipation.
For those of you on The Letters Page Patreon, we hope you'll join us on Friday, August 16th at 11 AM (Central Time) for our live recording of this month's Editor's Note! Those are always a good time. See you then! Or, rather, you'll see us then. You know what we mean.
You thought we weren't doing an episode this week, didn't you?
Well, guess what... you're right!
And yet, what's this?!?!
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Today is the first Tuesday of our two week of Gen Con hiatus. In today's Microsode, we answer the oldest question on the books! It's from a long-forgotten time - the distant and most ancient past. Wow!
We look forward to seeing so many of you at Gen Con! Come say hi!
As always, thank you for your continuing listenership and support, especially those of you subscribed to The Letters Page Patreon!
Our first ever Writers' Room episode! We're going to make a story together!
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Only a couple minutes in, we claim we're getting right down to work... and then we goof around talking about cuts of steak or something.
But then! We tell you what we're talking about, who's in the issue, and build the entire story of that issue out on the air!
After a LOT of work, we take a fun assortment of questions, starting around the 1 hour and 15 minute mark.
No episode next week or the week after, due to Gen Con. We hope to see as many of you there as possible!
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At the start of the show, we talk a bit of shop about possibilities for new formats of episodes. At the time of recording, the votes weren't in yet for next month's episodes, but there are now! So:
And here's our recording schedule!
Around the 7 minute mark, we start in on your questions on so many topics, such as:
Thanks to all of you listeners, to our Patreon supporters, and to our families, who never believed we could make any of this a thing but we did it anyway. Hah!
We make stuff up - as we often do - but not really for Sentinel Comics!
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We build out the world (and even a bit of the meta-verse) for the Shear Force property, as introduced in episode 102.
We get into the overview just before the 4 minute mark, and there we get down to brass tacks about figuring about just what IS Shear Force. There's an animated show, and there are comics, but most importantly, there are toys. This all definitely hinges around toys. We get REALLY into it. In retrospect, this feels a lot like the conversations we had when we were first creating Sentinels of the Multiverse, but also very different.
After a lot of creative nonsense, we answer a few questions, starting a bit after the 1 hour minute mark.
Thank you all for listening! We hope you enjoy listening to this at least half as much as we enjoyed doing the creative work.
This Friday, we'll be doing a live recording of this month's Editor's Note, so if you're on the Letters Page Patreon, we hope you can watch that, and possibly even join in if you're a Contributor. See you then!