As Mentioned In Episode 10 – Not All Mandroids June 15, 2014 Jay 9 comments Listen to the podcast here! Multiple Man’s powers essentiall make him a retcon elemental. Punching pterosaurs is the gift that keeps on giving. (X-Men #114) Best Worst Reveal (X-Men #114) “Robes” (X-Men #114) We really can’t fault Cyclops for giving up on trying to explain Sauron. (X-Men #115) The final fight of X-Men #116 Dark City. Remember when we didn’t know everything about Wolverine? (X-Men #118) Sadly, this story is really low on Sunfire Sass. Misty Knight, however, is AWESOME. (X-Men #118) Mandroids. (X-Men #118) Moses Magnum, P.I. (X-Men #118) Heist stories are the best stories. (X-Men #119) That’s Mariko Yoshida. She’s going to be really important later. (X-Men #120) And that’s why you always leave a note. (X-Men #118) Spoiler: Nope. (X-Men #109) Alpha Flight. (X-Men #120) Vindicator is a thoughtful antagonist. (X-Men #120) Not actually episode-relevant. We just think these panels are hilarious. (X-Men #120) Wolverine, we are pretty sure the APA would not approve of your approach to therapy. (X-Men #122) Don’t fuck with Storm. (X-Men #122) Ugh, THIS guy. (X-Men #122) Based on the graffiti, this apartment was previously occupied by the 1970s Marvel bullpen. (X-Men #122) Cyclops comes to terms with dynamic storytelling. (X-Men #125) This is an awesome reunion, and notable as one of the only times Cyclops has ever successfully completed a hug. (X-Men #125) Well, that’s portentous. (X-Men #104) Angus McWhirter has REALLY STRONG FEELINGS about hovercraft. (X-Men #119) Moira MacTaggert does science in a superhero uniform, because, comic books. (X-Men #125) Proteus’s secondary mutation is superhuman levels of creepiness. (X-Men #127) Well, damn. (X-Men #128) Share this:EmailRedditTwitterTumblrFacebookPinterest Related Post navigation Previous Post10 – Not All MandroidsNext PostYou Made Art!