In which it is probably not actually possible to be too nasty for Earth-295; Sinister is on nobody’s side but his own; Vulcan is still the worst Summers in the multiverse; the Bedlam Brothers are too delightful for the EMF; Heaven is just straight-up Rick’s Bar now; Polaris of Earth-295 is the saddest Polaris; Scott Summers and Jean Grey make a good team in most universes; and the metaphors of 1995 read very differently in 2020.
- Nathaniel Essex of Earth-1610
- A regrettable tattoo
- Scott Summers (Cyclops) of Earth-295
- Alex Summers (Havok) of Earth-295
- Factor X #1-4
- Working for the Man
- Costume design as narrative
- The EMF (Elite Mutant Force)
- Northstar and Aurora of Earth-295
- Sam and Elizabeth Guthrie (Cannonball and Amazon) of Earth-295
- Jesse and Terrence Aaronson (Bedlam Brothers) of Earth-295
- Heaven (the bar)
- Scarlett McKenzie of Earth-295
- Someone who is not Magneto
- The Brain Trust
- Lorna Dane (Polaris) of Earth-295
- An obscene monument
- Innuendo of several sorts
- That time Jean Grey got captured
- Resistance of various sorts
- Poetic almost-kinda justice
- One more fallen angel
- Villains of the Age of Apocalypse
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