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Now displaying: November, 2022

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 22, 2022

The penultimate Editor's Note of the year!

Show Notes: 

Run Time: 1:03:04

We're closing in on the end of the year, but we're not quite there yet! Another live show with lots of live attendees, and great questions all around! But first, the schedule:

  • Tuesday, December 6th: Episode #233: Writers’ Room: The Scholar lets loose in a fight 
  • Tuesday, December 13th: Episode #234: Creative Process: Bunker Foes
  • Tuesday, December 20th: Episode #235: Writers’ Room: Polar Express: Absolute Zero and Fright Train holiday story
  • Tuesday, December 27th: Editor’s Note #62

Join us next week for the last Spooky Months episode: Episode #232 - Writers' Room: The Mocktriarch story! Whatever could that story be about?!

Nov 15, 2022

Which minor villain gets scary today?

Show Notes:

Run Time: 1:27:31

We're halfway through the second spooky month, but this episode is less "spooky" and more "potentially exitentially terrifying". I'm sure nothing bad will come out of it.

If you're a Letters Page Patreon supporter (and if you're not, maybe you should be!) join us for a live show this Friday! We look forward to seeing you there!

Nov 8, 2022

Scowly heroes get scowly foes!

Show Notes:

Run Time: 1:45:58

Christopher and Adam are back at it again! This episode is on the long side, but it's because they're brimming with ideas! Overflowing, even! And thus: this podcast.

Besides making up a bunch of things, they also studiosly answer your questions! Are you satisfied with the answers they provide? We hope so! If not, send in more questions!

New news! Christopher is now doing TWO podcasts! This one, every week, and once a month a podcast called the Play Greater Podcast, along with everyone's favorite Paul Bender! The first episode is already live! Go listen to it!

Nov 1, 2022

WHO IS THIS:

Show Notes:

Run Time: 1:28:57

Not much banter as we have a lot to get into here... but definitely go watch Everything Ever All At Once. Christopher saw it when it came out and Adam just watched it in the last week and so now they can't stop talking to each other about it and have to actively restrain themselves from doing so on the air. (Christopher has been waiting for MONTHS for Adam to see it, just biding his time...)

And then! We get into making a thing! We do it all with no planning! And we're really pleased with how it turned out!

We go through questions, including one that calls us to task in a really good way, and we're honestly excited for the work of improving and making things better. What are these notes talking about? Listen and find out!

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