Surprise, surprise. We said there wasn't going to be an episode today, but that was the most obvious of lies, right?
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Happy Birthday to everyone mentioned, and to everyone else that had a birthday this year. Listen to our very 2020 song, and despair.
This is what going mad sounds like.
See you next year!
It's a new type of episode for the end of a very long year!
The biggest cast we've ever had! Including a surprise twist early on in the episode!
Here's what happens in January of next year!
After MUCH goofing around, we finally get into questions at just after the 19 minute mark, and we are all over the place on questions! Thanks for bearing with us.
Thanks for joining us, everyone! We'll catch you next year!
Happy Holidays, everyone!
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Adam is back! Or, rather he will be starting next month! Except next month's schedule will feel similar to the last couple months because of beginning of the year reasons and having a packed Editor's Note! But forget about all that: ADAM IS BACK! Sort of! Whatever! Get excited!
We are silly for about 7 minutes, and then we get into actually writersing this room, in which we continue to be silly. That said, given that this is a Haka story, who could have guessed that we'd start with an action-based story but then pull a switcheroo and make it about feelings and sadness? Would we do that? Who can say?
After much storying and telling and a little crossover of both of those words, we get to your questions at around the 41 minute mark.
At around an hour and 28 minutes, we talk very briefly about a cover. We know right away what it should be. Glimpse its glory above! Quite good.
Join us this Friday for our year-ending live recording!
The FINAL Publishers' Note!
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We've got all the greatest Publishers' Note style hits: questions for Paul, getting into the weeds on Star Trek and Tolkien, Sentinel Comics lore, a variety of game shows, and a pile of Meta-Meta questions! What more could you ask for?
Paul and I have had a blast noting publishery for you all. Thanks for sticking with us for this weird schedule. But we'll be back to normalish at the start of the year! For now, look forward to a holiday-themed episode next week, and then a bigger than usual Editor's Note the week after that!
Gather round, everyone. It's time for some real talk.
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We had a lot of fun recording this one. We learned some things - about PSAs, about comics, and about ourselves along the way. Remember, kids: there's always a moral to every story.
At around 58 minutes into the episode, we finally get to your questions! There, we talk about the subject of this episode, but also! We talk about a fan-favorite new hero/old trendsetter/in between gladiator! Who could it be? No way to know. It's a mystery forever.
Also, goodness, listening back to this episode, we're at our best/worst when we're just laughing at our own bad jokes. How can you people stand us?
Thanks everyone for listening! This coming Friday, we record our last Publishers' Note, so make sure you tune in to wish Paul a fond-farewell as co-host!
And don't forget: Make Good Choices!
The Penultimate Publishers' Note!
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We start off with the what we'll talk about in December!
Then we get into questions!
Lots of fun topics, and more game shows than ever before!
Thanks everyone for joining us! Get your questions in for the December episodes ASAP!
We'll catch you...
The last episode of Spooky Month!
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We do some goofs for about four minutes, which doesn't sound like a long time... and yet. Four minutes can really drag on when it's just all goofs.
Then! We tell a story! We craft it from whole cloth, live on the air! Certainly nothing obscured and no weird twists! Very straightforward beat-em-up tale here. Nothing to be afraid of...
Just after the 36 minute mark, we get into your questions. Thanks for keeping up the flow of questions, listeners! We get so many wonderful questions, and we love seeing them all. Keep up the great work! Submit your questions here!
If you're a Contributor on our Patreon, the voting for next month's episodes is up now! Go make your vote(s) count!
Paul and Christopher are a bit loopy, but that doesn't mean they can't answer questions!
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There's a pretty heavy-hitting topic right off the bat, even before the actual question section, but then we get into questions and never quite recover!
Paul spends... a LOT of time talking about Star Trek. We hope you like Star Trek. Or at least hearing Paul talk about Star Trek.
And there are TWO different game shows in this episode! Who would have guessed?!
All in all, more silliness and also some potentially useful (though mostly useless) info was dispensed. Another successful Publishers' Note!
If you have any questions for the next episode: "Writers’ Room: NightMist vs Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde" make sure you get them in before this Friday, November 13th! Send them in using this handy form!
We make up some stuff!
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We goof around, as per usual, but then make up a few villains and even get into their stories a bit!
At around 41 minutes in, we stop making stuff up, and start making up answers to your questions!
Near the end of the episode, there's a question about how Adam's spouse feels about the version of Baron Blade from the Freedom Five board game, which is now on Kickstarter - go check it out! Here's what she thinks:
In case you live in the USA and haven't voted yet and it's still the day this episode is released, go vote! It's important. Find out where and how you can vote here!
Catch you all next time!
Paul and Christopher did a livestream, even though it got interrupted multiple times!
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In the voting for what Writers' Room we'd do, there was a tie! So, we cast the deciding vote. But clearly there's interest in the other topic as well, so it'll be back up for voting sometime, for certain!
Here's the upcoming schedule!
Tune in for all sorts of nonsense! (Actually, probably only about eleven different sorts of nonsense, all told.)