In which X-Force is the new New Mutants; Professor is what Cable has instead of a burn book; Cable develops emotional literacy; Jay has a lot of feelings about Shatterstar; Cowboys can be wizards, too; you really shouldn’t call adult people “child”; privilege is truly the greatest superpower; Cameron Hodge remains improbably difficult to kill; Candy Southern gets to write the ending to her own story; and Emerald City Comic Con is coming up REALLY fast!
- Jay & Miles at Emerald City Comic Con
- Some new merch
- X-Force #26
- Uncanny X-Men #305-306
- The evolution of Tabitha Smith’s code name
- X-Force and its members (more) (again)
- Professor’s narrative function
- A sudden mustache and its potential implications
- A lot of things about Shatterstar
- Cable as a leader
- Armor full of skin
- Louis St. Croix and/or Mark Twain
- An inappropriate nickname
- The first Xavier school prom
- Inflatable erotic accessory semantics
- The return of Candy Southern
- The return of Cameron Hodge
- Moral event horizons and how to handle them in comics
- Pros and cons of dating telepaths
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