In which the X-Tinction Agenda reaches its Return of the Jedi; Wolverine is a weaponized nuisance; HR would like a word with Gambit; Havok gets framed; Cameron Hodge is the great unifier; Genosha is revolting; you don’t get to make a threatening speech about someone else’s powers; Jean Grey is tired of your bullshit; and Jay and Miles may or may not dive into the Siege Perilous!
- The Law of Conservation of Plot Elements
- Uncanny X-Men #272
- New Mutants #97
- X-Factor #62
- The Story So Far
- Glasses fashions in comics
- The difference between Batman and the Punisher
- How to tell that something has gone terribly wrong
- Acceptable pants
- Some really sketchy judicial process
- A ruse
- Several retcons concerning Wolverine
- Consequence-free impaling
- Chekhov’s genetic engineering
- Louise Simonson’s final issue of New Mutants
- The relative durability of mutants
- A number of prescient threats
- This one time Jay and Miles got paid to throw a bunch of printers down a flight of stairs
- Summers Brothers team-ups
- A very cathartic fight
- Thoughts on books as physical artifacts and collecting comics
- Places to jump into long X-series on Marvel Unlimited
- Our plans for the hiatus
THE PODCAST WILL BE ON HIATUS DURING MAY, JUNE, AND JULY, 2017! SEE YOU IN AUGUST!
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