In which X-Factor gets its own roster shakeup; most bartenders will look at you funny if you order a flight of superheroes; Kaboom is a great name for a nightclub; we lack significant feelings about the clone saga; Yukio probably sends love to everyone’s girlfriends; Forge has terrible coping mechanisms; and Jay’s current life is not conducive to consistent acoustics (sorry!).
- Mystique’s powers
- X-Factor’s new roster
- X-Factor #112-114
- The word “wreak”
- The issue that made Miles stop reading X-Men
- Wild Child (Kyle Gibney)
- Wolverine as a role
- Cyburai (more) (again)
- Unethical management practices
- One way to be drunk on power(s)
- Scarlett McKenzie (again)
- Club Kaboom
- Yukio (again)
- Summers Problems(TM)
- Marvel’s 1996 reader survey
- A bondage harness that may or may not be made out of dryer tubing
- Alex Summers vs. his own powers
- Sugar Man in the 616
- Several potential but unexplored story hooks for Scarlett
- An implausible implant
- Mystique’s new costume
- A deeply dysfunctional but narratively plausible ship
- A Random tangent
- RPF on Earth-616
- Forge vs. Tony Stark
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