As Mentioned in Episode 301 – Can’t Beat the Real Thing July 19, 2020 Jay One comment Listen to the episode here. Art by David Wynne. Wanna buy the original? Drop him a line! This is in fact an ENTIRELY REASONABLE position under the circumstances. (X-Men Prime #1) Dennis is his own disparaging narrator. (X-Men Prime #1) I don’t know why John Constantine is here to question Trish Tilby’s ethics, but SOMEONE needs to. (X-Men Prime #1) Why is Val here? WHO KNOWS? (X-Men Prime #1) Pretty sure this is supposed to be Onslaught, but it’s not going to be confirmed, so… (X-Men Prime #1) “I repurposed all the brain parts that would normally go to fashion sense. On one hand, I can keep track of every team in play. On the other hand, this is how I dress myself.” (X-Men Prime #1) Mondays, amirite? (X-Men Prime #1) That’s… exactly what a chaperone is, though. (X-Men Prime #1) GUYS SOMETIMES PEOPLE ARE JUST IN A HURRY (X-Men Prime #1) Just wait ’til Age of X-Man. (X-Men Prime #1) Emplate: still exceptionally creepy. (X-Men Prime #1) nopenopenopenopenope (X-Men Prime #1) I’ve seen at least three horror movies that basically start this way. (X-Men Prime #1) NEXT EPISODE: The fall of Avalon, and some related situation comedy. LINKS & FURTHER HOMECOMINGS: Download the new theme music and check out Matt’s other work! Whatever the hell Jim Davis is on, we want some. Ohhh, the “real world.” n.b. Trish Tilby Share this:EmailRedditTwitterTumblrFacebookPinterest Related Post navigation Previous Post301 – Can’t Beat the Real ThingNext Post302 – Space Junk
Hey guys. Love the show. Why does it take Nate Grey so long to get to the 616 universe when Dark Beast and Sugar Man arrive 20 years earlier? I can kinda understand Holocast not being found immediately due to him just floating in space, but it took Nate 20 years to reach earth?