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Now displaying: November, 2019

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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Nov 26, 2019

Good morning, everyone!

Show Notes:

Run Time: 1:28:14

We banter about RPG stuff, then get into a series of conversations about just what comic book we're talking about today. You already know, due to the name of the episode and also the nifty cover art above!

We have a blast putting together all the building blocks, telling the story, answering your question, and discussing the cover. We hope you enjoy it, too!

Nov 19, 2019

Good morning, everyone!

Show Notes:

Run Time: 1:39:54

The upcoming schedule!

  • Tuesday, December 3rd: Episode #129 - Writers’ Room: A tale of the Enclave of the Endlings
  • Tuesday, December 10th: Episode #130 - Writers’ Room: Something about Captain Cosmic & Galactra
  • Tuesday, December 17th: Editor’s Note #37
  • Tuesday, December 24th: Episode #131 - Writers’ Room: A Very Fanatic Christmas Story
  • Tuesday, December 31st: No episode! Happy New Year’s Eve!

Here's the calendar!

We talk about a ton of things, including:

  • Taco Bell
  • OblivAeon, of course
  • Sentinel Comics RPG
  • Taco Bell
  • Phobias
  • Mr. Jitters
  • Taco Bell
  • Count Barzakh
  • HiveMind
  • Taco Bell
  • And so much more!

Thank you to all of our listeners, and an extra huge thanks to all of our Patreon supporters!

Special thanks to Auburn Audience for making this delightful image for us in record time! Well done!

Catch you next time!

Nov 12, 2019

Time for a very animated episode!

Show Notes:

Run Time: 1:38:51

In this episode, we start off by talking a bit about the previous animated series stuff, as it's all quite excellent. Seriously, go listen to those other animated series episodes - they're great.

Then, after about four and a half minutes of banter, we get into this latest phase of animated shows: four shows (including one entirely new show) and two movies! That takes us... a while. 

Finally, we get to your questions right around the one hour and eighteen minute mark. Thank you for the great questions, everyone!

The week this episode comes out will feature a live Editor's Note recording at 11 AM Central Time this coming Friday, November 15th! We hope to catch you then!

Nov 5, 2019

Let's get EXTREME!

Show Notes:

Run Time: 1:31:11

This one is about Citizen Dawn in the Extremeverse! We don't know where it's going when we start, but it ends up in a REALLY awesome place. Go figure. Like, how did we start with the seed of "Citizen Dawn" and get to that cover above? Only one way to find out!

We're throwing the horns for Trevor, who did a badass job editing this one. He always does great, but he brought the noise on this one. (In this case, "brought the noise" is a good thing.)

Thanks for listening, everyone!

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