In which Jubilee is underwhelmed by X-Force; Havok and Gambit make weirdly good buddy cops; Department K is a hot vacation destination; Cable is secretly a Coen Brothers protagonist; you can cancel Community but you can never take away Jay’s gratuitous Community references; Rusty goes full cultist; nobody is Stryfe’s real dad; smoking on a space station is a REALLY bad idea; Apocalypse is here to help; and Miles lies at length about music.
- Various Juggernauts
- The Story So Far
- More trading-card taxonomy
- Uncanny X-Men #295
- X-Factor #85
- X-Men #15
- X-Force #17
- Varyingly hilarious misunderstandings
- Wire Mothers: Harry Harlow and the Science of Love
- What happened
- Good Cop / Sleazy Cop
- A deal
- A tragic absence of Draculas
- The Coen Brothers’ X-Cutioner’s Song
- Thanksgiving with Cable
- Miles’s summer camp hijinks
- Murderbots in space (again)
- A dubious strategy
- MLF Redshirts
- The second time someone force-fed superheroes baby food in space
- A dropped plot thread
- Things you shouldn’t do on space stations
- Additional awkward reunions
- Whether Stryfe is a Summers
- The X-Cutioner’s signature karaoke song
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