In which Miles has a Dracula problem; we are really, really excited about FlameCon; Fabian Nicieza is the unsung hero of the early ’90s; Jay doesn’t explain the Iranian Hostage Crisis; Cable does not have a good history with trademark disputes; Cable: Blood and Metal is secretly an allegory for the X-books of the early 1990s; friendship and explosions don’t have to be mutually exclusive; and history evokes but doesn’t quite repeat itself.
- Dracula disambiguation
- One way to stop a vampire invasion
- Wang beams
- Cable: Blood and Metal #1-2
- The continuing miracle that is Fabian Nicieza
- Cable (as established in 1992)
- The Wild Pack and/or Six Pack
- The ongoing evolution of John Romita, Jr.
- Several heists of varying quality
- Numerous patches and their contents
- How the Wild Pack became the Six Pack
- An idiom, examined
- A total dick move
- Muscles-and-guns power creep
- Guns of tomorrow
- The McNinja point
- A brief flirtation with Magic: The Gathering
- A typo that became canon
- The new She-Ra
- The new, improved Garrison Kane
- European nipple lasers
- Mr. Richter
- The evolution of Cable
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