In which DC is out of our bailiwick; Random gets around; someone finally makes an explicit reference to disability politics; death has not improved the Chalkers; Strong Guy can’t catch a break; we’re all whole other people; Sienna Blaze has a crayon name; we totally want to play D&D with Evan Skolnick; a trading card does not a memorable character make; and we are 100% here for the mutant episode of Sesame Street.
- What happened to Fred Duncan
- Marvel’s 1993 Annuals
- The speculator boom
- X-Factor Annual #8
- Uncanny X-Men Annual #17
- Excalibur Annual #1
- Charlie Ronalds (Charon) and his issues
- A protracted Batman reference
- How to string pearls
- A dubious twist on the danger room
- The pure joy of a child, but twisted and distorted like a shredded butterfly
- Cloot (Satannish)
- Howling Mad, by Peter David
- The greatest enemies of X-Factor (but not really)
- Cruel and arbitrary moralizing
- The other X-Cutioner (Carl Denti)
- A protracted illusion
- The Amazing Icemaster
- An accidental trap
- The death of Jason Wyngarde (Mastermind)
- Resolution versus forgiveness
- The other first appearance of Sienna Blaze
- More wizard stuff
- Khaos & Gritty 4 Lyfe
- Mutants on Sesame Street
- Cycling in and out of comics
NEXT EPISODE: Excalibur goes to space!
CORRECTION: Chris Claremont did not in fact write Dragonlance comics.
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