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X-Men #141, the first issue of “Days of Future Past,” has one of the most frequently referenced covers in all of X-Men. (Fun fact: We almost went with this one for the podcast cover art.)
For once, they’re not kidding.
Gravestone standards have slipped somewhat in this future.
The All-Old, Mostly-Not-That-Different X-Men of “Days of Future Past.”
Kitty Pryde vs. the Danger Room.
Kate Pryde vs. time travel.
Kate Pryde X-Plains the future.
Why would you dress like this for a congressional hearing, Angel? What is WRONG with you?
The All-New, Mostly-Different Brotherhood of Evil Mutants!
Rick Redfern and Joan Caucus of Doonesbury cameo in X-Men #142, to our eternal delight.
Splinter timelines are a bitch.
Even Excalibur–the team built around Multiverse hijinks–can’t quite figure out how this stuff works.
Earth 200500: definitely the best timeline.
We generally like Emma Frost, but she is so boring in X-Men: First Class that we literally forgot she was in the movie.
NOT A WOLF.
Next week: Greg Rucka, Cyclops, and the Starjammers!
Summers School: Gabriel 101
“Days of Future Past”
The Marvel Comics Database Universe Listing
Rachel’s recap of X-Men Origins: Wolverine
The post-credits scene from The Wolverine
25 Moments (X-Men: Days of Future Past viral marketing site)
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