In which the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning should really be the setting of a stoner comedy; Garrabed Bashur’s brain is probably 90% porn by now; the tide always takes the castle; William Drake remains terrible; Adam X the X-Treme deserved better; Jay pitches a series; disability is not a boolean and exclusively medically-defined state; and we are all about some weird X-Men tie-in products.
Mariko Yoshida in the afterlife
Some upcoming X-books
Uncanny X-Men #319
Many unhealthy coping mechanisms
Commcast (Garabed Bashur)
An exceptionally resonant callback
The domestic dynamics of the Drake household
The remarkably poignant return of Adam X the X-Treme
The opposite of a Jack London story
An unlikely intergenerational frienship
A novel use of a novel superpower
Mutation as and intersecting with disability
X-Men tie-in products we’d like to see
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In which Sabretooth is weirdly ubiquitous; Maverick is a terrible guest; not all second chances are equivalent; Graydon Creed is the red delicious apple of people; Mystique is the master of murder monologues; and the Darkholmes give the Summers family a run for its dysfunctional money.
X-Men Unlimited #3-4
Sabretooth (more) (again)
Emergency back-up Wolverine
A stained-glass window that is probably a metaphor
Commcast (but not that one)
The “mystery” of Nightcrawler’s parentage
Mystique’s murder monologues
The skull of friendship
Several versions of Nightcrawler’s backstory
One way to get out of an awkward family conversation