In which we decide to stop recognizing the nominal difference between X-Men and Uncanny X-Men; time travel may or may not wait for you; Mister Sinister has probably appeared in at least one Ed Wood film; we are a pro-Tingle podcast; X-Men is about family; the Braddock twins catch up; Sailor Moon > Shinobi Shaw; Generation X is inducted into the baseball tradition; and Storm does what she does with Morlocks in sewers.
Franklin Richards’ impressive lineage
Yet another structure for annuals
X-Men Annual 1995
Uncanny X-Men #325
Serious academic discussions
Mister Sinister’s Hollywood adventures
Tyler Dayspring / Tolliver / Genesis (again)
An absolutely nonsensical villainous plot
A Hank McCoy that might have been
The first time Storm stabbed a Morlock leader in the heart
A really excessive cover
An intergenerational baseball game
Another fairly nonsensical villainous plot
The second time Storm stabbed a Morlock leader in the heart
Other media X-fans may enjoy reading, playing, or watching
NEXT EPISODE: Bob Proehl X-Plains the Resonant Duology!
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In which we take a substantial detour; Minipax is no Raul Julia; Corsair tries (and fails) to retire; everything is cooler in space; vengeance is more of a vocation than a career; the Starjammers win an intergalactic war with a slide show; and we pitch some television.
Mister Sinister’s X-Gene
The Starjammers (more) (again)
Magneto vs. Magento
Several major galactic powers
Sharra and K’ythri
The Uncreated (again)
Chaff mirror throwers
Several character developments which later will be ignored
A frustratingly pat resolution
Longshot vs. Domino
X-books and teams we’d like to see adapted for television
NEXT EPISODE: Sewer Knife Fight: The Sequel
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This would usually be a skip week, but the world is still being a jerk, so we made you a bonus, entirely unedited, and almost entirely off-topic episode. This time, we talked about our current, and Jay’s favorite, season.