As Mentioned in Episode 291 – Eat Malarkey and Die April 12, 2020 Jay 2 comments Listen to the episode here. Art by David Wynne. Wanna buy the original? Drop him a line! Logan just straight-up has a mane in this timeline. (Weapon X #1) Seriously, this has to be the worst mode of transportation. (Weapon X #1) “I’ll finish you, just like I finished my disserta– ohhhh, shit.” (Weapon X #1) NEVER NOT FUNNY. (Weapon X #1) Is… is Logan saying that he hopes Havok gets teleported into somebody’s butt? (Weapon X #1) Snnnnrk. (Weapon X #1) He spends hours thinking ’em up. (Weapon X #1) Seriously, if it weren’t for that damn pose, this page would be SO cool. (Weapon X #1) Logan subscribes to the Dan McNinja school of tactics. (Weapon X #2) To his credit, I’d be pretty nonplussed if this fell through my ceiling. (Weapon X #2) The setup… (Weapon X #2) …and the punchline. (Weapon X #2) I see what you did, there. (Weapon X #3) She doesn’t seem to have a sash, so I’m just going to go ahead and assume that Carol-295 just carries rhythmic gymnastic ribbons to make her leaps look more dramatic. (Weapon X #3) This version of Gateway is really cool, and deserves both more page space and more analysis than he gets. (Weapon X #3) CAROL FOREVER. (Weapon X #3) Was Logan just, like, saving this for a rainy day? (Weapon X #4) That is certainly one way to navigate an airship. (Weapon X #4) You know nothing pleasant is going to follow this sound effect. (Weapon X #4) ‘Kay. (Weapon X #4) NEXT EPISODE: Vulcan is still the worst Summers Brother in any universe, though. LINKS & FURTHER ATROCITIES Here is a recording of William S. Burroughs performing R.E.M.’s “Star Me Kitten.” Share this:EmailRedditTwitterTumblrFacebookPinterest Related Post navigation Previous Post291 – Eat Malarkey and DieNext Post292 – Weekend at Sinister’s
Perhaps Magma’s pose was intended to be straight-facing. If we’re feeling charitable, it could be the fault of the inker? Magma’s silhouette could certainly be read that way. Since her feet aren’t drawn, the only thing that suggests contortion are a few interior lines. No, actually her hip bone, too, but could be a misinterpretation.
I can’t believe I finally got to this episode! I’ve been binging the podcast all the way through starting in December, and now I’m caught up!
From what I remember of the Weapon X section of AoA, it was more of the same of Hama and Kubert’s “Take everything up to 11” approach of story and style. Which is appropriate for Wolverine at the time. When Kubert’s work is moved to more central X-books, it’s kind of tightened up a bit, but this wildness is very appropriate for the time. future nose-less Logan aside.