In which Jay and Miles receive a mysterious missive and are visited by three of our favorite X-writers; Further Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix is a pleasant surprise; Nathaniel Essex is the most dramatic man in the Marvel Universe; the sewers of Victorian London were a happenin’ place; Apocalypse isn’t even French; Beast is the flip-side of Sinister; community is for everyone; the Internet is (kind of) Krakoa; and death is fixable, but trauma might take a little more work.
- A quotation
- Further Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix #1-4
- A closed loop
- Time travel with Scott Summers and Jean Grey
- Mister Sinister (Nathaniel Essex)
- A somewhat excessive visual aid
- Cootie Tremble
- The cultural context of sideshows
- The first Marauders and/or Nasty Boys
- Victorian Apocalypse
- Strained allegories
- Apocalypse vs. the Hellfire Club
- Oscar the Somewhat Less Nasty Boy
- Varyingly anachronistic costuming
- The secret origin of ruby quartz
- A very vague objective
- A makeover
- A closed time loop
- Actual Cat Wizard Jonathan Hickman
- Something Jay is not in fact going to pitch to Marvel
- Creative dynamics and processes in the current X-line
- Revolutionary joy
- What’s cooler than one sword
- The Sixth Annual Super Doctor Astronaut Peter Corbeau Awards for Excellence at X-Cellence
NEXT WEEK: Jay & Miles take a break
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