Parse has keen arrows, but a far more keen eye!
Run Time: 1:30:53
We don’t spend any time dillying or dallying in this episode! In fact, this may be most “content per minute” episode we’ve ever done – just jam-packed with the story of Parse through the years of Sentinel Comics!
We start off in the 80s, including a bunch of information on how various titles are being treated then, laying the groundwork for Parse’s origin.
Just after the 6 minute mark, we mention that the Iron Legacy and Alternate Realities/Timelines episode is coming up on the recording block in a few days – get your questions in now!
Around 12 minutes in, we introduce a character we’ve never talked about before… and within a couple minutes, you learn why he’s never come up before.
The high-speed rate of reveals continues, right up until the start of the Miss Information story around the 20 minute mark… but then we clam up. Don’t want to spoil next week!
Even more publication history oddities around 23 minutes in, covering her origin yet again and setting up why Parse is in space so much.
A bit after the half hour mark, we talk a bit about OblivAeon, and how the appearance of that cosmic, singular entity alters Parse and her story.
Then, just after 34 minutes in, we get to your questions!
The questions do a great job, as per usual, of further digging into Parse’s abilities and story. Strong work, everyone. One of you even made Adam laugh so hard that we had to pause recording momentarily!
In the future segment – starting around the one hour and 25 minutes mark – we talk about a few important things, including a reveal of where she’s ending up in the Sentinel Comics Universe!
Whew! There we go! That one seemed fast, but it was still 90 minutes of non-stop Parsing! See you next week for an episode and an Editor’s Note! Also, later this afternoon at 3 PM Central time, Christopher will be doing a livestream over on the OblivAeon Kickstarter page! Come hang out!
Co-founder of Greater Than Games. Designer of the Multiverse and more. Writer of Sentinel Comics. Co-host of The Letters Page podcast. Pronouns: he/him.