In which Franklin Richards is the center of a disproportionate number of X-Men specials; Quicksilver without powers is comedy gold; Luna is the best little girl on the moon (but it’s kind of a low bar); Jay accidentally cares about the Inhumans; Jean Grey may or may not be the Wesley Willis of X-Factor; Cameron Hodge’s exit interview is weirdly professional; Boom Boom is the best reluctant hero; and Archangel makes his debut.
- Quicksilver’s team associations
- Knights of Wundagore
- X-Factor Annual #2
- X-Factor #21-23
- The Inhumans
- Black Bolt
- QWOP Quicksilver
- Leech’s wildly inconsistent powers
- Headbutting ghosts, or, why sentence structure matters
- Several methods of mind control
- A really terrible place for a date
- Cameron Hodge: Bureaucrat Supervillain
- The last will & testament of Warren Worthington III
- Another superpower pet peeve
- A theoretical team-up we would love to see
- The Arlington Interactive Museum of (evil) Science
- Some really dumb armor
- Our preferred third Summers brothers
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