In which we approach the end of Alan Davis’s Excalibur run; “duopenultimate” is not actually a word; Captain Britain pops the question; we do in fact (kinda) get follow-up on Alysande Stuart’s death; Miles needs to get a little less credulous about bureaucrats’ good intentions; Shadowcat engages in espionage; Nightcrawler and Cerise are tactically saucy; and the sun definitely ought to set on the British Empire.
The Jaspers Warp (more) (again)
The RCX (more) (again)
Agents Gabriel and Michael
What happened to Jay’s mom’s Hypercolor™ T-shirt
What not to do with a dead parrot
Several Hamlet references
Scott Wright (MicroMax)
Agent Peter (Nigel Orpington-Smythe)
Warpie naming conventions
A specific thing on The Gifted
Why Kitty Pryde tends to go by her given name
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In which we continue our coverage of pre-Excalibur Captain Britain; S.T.R.I.K.E. is D.U.C.K. is W.H.O.; the R.C.X. is one lapse in judgment away from on-the-job cosplay; Meggan levels up; your name will never be as cool as Doctor Crocodile’s; Technet writes their own cold opens; and we announce the upcoming debut of Jay & Miles X-Plain the X-Men!
A large number of acronyms
Jay & Miles X-Plain the X-Men
Mighty World of Marvel #14-16
Captain Britain #1-14
The aftermath of the Jaspers Warp
Inspector Dai Thomas
How to work out a superhero’s secret identity
The Crazy Gang (more) (again)
Captain Britain’s costume
Gatecrasher’s Technet (more) (again)
Agents Gabriel & Michael
Meggan (more) (again)
Betsy Braddock’s short and calamitous tenure as Captain Britain
Women in Refrigerators
Our thoughts on the X-movies
NEXT EPISODE: Genosha Is for Lovers
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