In which the X.S.E. miniseries is future copaganda; Earth-1191 has no room for moral ambiguity; Bishop pulls a Marty McFly; Malcolm and Randall get distinct personalities; and you really shouldn’t give officers a symbol of authority that there’s no way to revoke.
- Some of Bishop’s further adventures
- X.S.E. #1-4
- The future, sort of
- Earth-1191 (more) (again)
- The X.S.E. (more) (again)
- Lucas Bishop (more) (again)
- Shard Bishop (more) (again)
- Grandmother (who may or may not be Storm)
- Hancock (who may or may not be Cyclops)
- The deeply baffling Bishop family tree
- The fallability of childhood memory
- Dubious reclamation
- The Witness (more) (again)
- Trevor Fitzroy (more) (again)
- Several potential continuity errors
- Malcolm and Randall (more) (again)
- Mexican-American mutants
- A cross-media quote
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