In which we reach the end of Larry Hama’s run on Generation X; Gaia remains remarkably normal for someone who has spent millennia chained up alone in a citadel; Synch practices radical forgiveness; we ponder the nature of Emma Frost and Sean Cassidy’s relationship; and Forge is extra unqualified to lecture on ethics.
- How Jubilee stopped being a vampire
- The Draco, kinda
- Generation X #44-47
- Bianca LaNeige (again)
- Polaroid cameras
- Gaia (more) (again)
- Reality warping
- Woody and Arlo Guthrie
- Several continuity errors
- Psi War fallout
- Paul Weller
- New school uniforms
- Miss Pickwick
- Penance’s nationality
- Guthrie manifestation
- Forge’s decision-making skills
- Indoor/outdoor moppets
- Four theoretical horsemen of Apocalypse
- Awkward family holidays
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