In which author Sarah Kuhn joins us to talk about Asian-American and Asian-British representation in superhero comics; Psylocke is the literal embodiment of British imperialism; Jubilee speaks for us all; representation isn’t a Boolean state; Wolverine fails at pop culture references; and somewhere there’s probably a really dark alternate universe where Betsy teamed up with Jamie instead of Brian.
- Crimson Dawn
- Sarah Kuhn
- Uncanny X-Men #256-258
- A proactive approach to career advancement
- Matsuo Tsurayaba
- The Mandarin
- A highly symbolic dream sequence
- A controversial transformation
- What badass looked like in 1990
- Several varyingly successful Batman references
- Rose Wu
- A fairly novel approach to hallucination
- Some high-quality invective
- Psylocke as a villain
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