In which Miles invokes Freddie Mercury; Polaris is more competent than the rest of X-Factor put together; Armageddon theology does not intersect well with superpowers (or politics, or anything else); Val joins a cult (kind of); Random joins the team (kind of); Haven is a surprisingly nonviolent mass-murderer; Havok is confused by women; and good guys don’t have orbital lasers.
- Hope across the multiverse
- X-Factor #97-100
- Haven (Radha Dastoor)
- Man, Mutant, and the New Humanity
- A very fashionable outfit
- One of the greatest Marvel art submissions of all time
- Trinket the cat
- A dramatic entrance
- Mahapralaya (kind of)
- Jamie Madrox vs. Jamie Madrox vs. the Legacy Virus
- The Trolley Problem
- Orbital lasers as a metric of morality
- Monsoon (Aloba Dastoor)
- The apparent death of Jamie Madrox
- Our favorite takes on the Phoenix
- Who our X-Universe counterparts should be
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