In which we enter the era of bomber jackets; the covers are the cards; Genosha remains neither green nor pleasant; the A is for “Avengers,” not “A-list”; Henry Peter Gyrich is the straightest of men; Cyclops sets an important precedent; Exodus is a huge jerk; we speculate about movies we have definitely not seen; Stephen Strange is not a qualified OBGYN; the Avengers are really weird even by our standards; and Max manages to connect two of Marvel’s most complicated family trees.
- One way to name babies
- Blood Ties
- Infinite bomber jackets
- Avengers #368-369
- X-Men #26
- Avengers West Coast #101
- Uncanny X-Men #307
- Several very fancy covers
- A shadow government, but not that kind of shadow government
- Genosha (more) (again)
- The Avengers, as of 1993
- A special delegation
- The Genoshan resistance
- U.S. Agent
- A time Cyclops told someone other than Dracula to follow their heart
- The many belts of Nicholas Fury
- Several members of the Maximoff family (more) (again)
- Black Knight (Dane Whitman)
- A very drawn-out fight
- Roy Thomas dialogue
- The racist icing on the racist cake
- Exodus (Bennet du Paris)
- Diplomacy, kind of
- Apolitical avenging
- Magneto’s dream
- A green and pleasant beverage
- Yet another energy-dome-enclosed crisis
- The giant, angry disembodied head of Charles Xavier
- What is definitely the actual plot of the Purge movies
- The surprisingly torrid private lives of the Maximoffs
- Scarlet Witch and Vision’s kids
- Master Pandemonium and his weird baby hands
- Damian Hellstrom
- How we’d handle Magneto’s family in modern Marvel
- A possible link between the Summers and Maximoff families
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