As Mentioned in Episode 357 – The Semiotics of Regret December 26, 2021 Jay 3 comments Listen to the episode here. Art by David Wynne. Wanna buy the original? Drop him a line! This cover accomplishes what it sets out to do so beautifully… (Uncanny X-Men #337) …as does its credits page. (Uncanny X-Men #337) Nothing is entirely okay here. (Uncanny X-Men #337) Hank, no. (Uncanny X-Men #337) And wistfulness for dessert. (Uncanny X-Men #337) Ah, that cover. Again. (X-Men #57) Versions of this have been used roughly a zillion times; but it always works. (X-Men #57) The 616, where televisions always flip through the most scene-appropriate clips. (X-Men #57) Clean up your damn flechettes, Warren Kenneth Worthington III. (X-Men #57) (He’s not covered in water; it’s the anti-psy field and the evocation of Days of Future Past.) (Onslaught Epilogue #1) Not… the Rainbow Bears?! (Onslaught Epilogue #1) Hi, kiddo. (Onslaught Epilogue #1) Psychology is… different, here. (Onslaught Epilogue #1) Sure, why not? (Onslaught Epilogue #1) NEXT EPISODE: GIANT-SIZE WINTER SPECIAL, feat. Jonathan Hickman! Share this:EmailRedditTwitterTumblrFacebookPinterest Related Post navigation Previous Post357 – The Semiotics of RegretNext Post358 – Giant-Size Special #10
After two years of binging, I finally caught up on the podcast! Now that I’ll have some time between episodes, I’d like to read ahead a bit. Is there a list anywhere of what issues the next episode will be covering, or is that only revealed when the episode is released?
It looks like they will be covering the Daydreamers limited series in the next episode. It is shown in the final image of the “As mentioned” section above.
Thank you two for being so amazing!
Sorry for the long tangent, but it’s going to set up my question, which I hope you two will consider answering:
I had to walk the dog in zero degree weather tonight. Given that it’s New Year’s Eve, there wasn’t a lot to listen to on said walk, so I went back and listened to one of the all-time great Jay & Miles episodes, #19 – Acorns & Swords.
I was struck by the frenetic pace of the episode. No one has asked about process for a long time, so I hope you’ll be willing to talk a little. Maybe I’m wrong, but the episode sounded much more scripted to me than “modern” ones. It also seemed to be edited for speed… but maybe you two really WERE that fast-paced back then. I’m wondering if this is in my imagination, or if you think it’s real. I’m also curious if this has changed through intentional choices, in the edit, or if it’s just been a new groove the podcast has settled into.
Thanks so much for all you do! You’ve been a (more-or-less) weekly highlight for me since episode 4 (May 4, 2014!!!), and I hope you know how much you brighten everyone’s week!