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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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Jan 26, 2021

Welcome to the Multiverse of Sentinel Comics!

Show Notes:

Run Time: 1:59:14

Hello, listener! This is (hopefully) a decent jumping-on episode. At least, it is in terms of content - Trevor (our producer) wants me to make sure it's clear that our audio quality used to be a ton better back before Adam and I were each recording in our own homes, and hopefully we'll be back in studio again before the end of this year. Blame the pandemic! Sorry about that.

We follow the standard-ish format of a bit of goofing around, followed by the Overview (the meat and potatoes of the episode). After that, we eventually get to the questions at around an hour and 15.5 minutes in, which help flesh out even more of the story!

In this episode, we have a notable SPOILER segment! If you don't want any spoilers for the "Off the Rails" adventure issue that was released at the same time as the SCRPG core rulebook, skip from 1:43:25 to 1:46:59! (I claimed that it would be over 5 minutes on the air, but I underestimated how quickly we talk sometimes.)

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"See" you next week!

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