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In which you should all come see us at FlameCon; all lizards are good lizards; we recap a recap; the Phoenix force is really complicated; Earth-99476 may or may not be the secret history of Earth-616; Alan Davis takes on continuity; the X-Men fail to save the day; the Phoenix says its piece; Rachel takes a vacation in space; Captain Britain doesn’t like to be psychoanalyzed; and the Crazy Gang gets a happy ending.
- Evil Shadowcats
- Jay & Miles at FlameCon
- Excalibur #51, 52, and 54
- A brief history of Excalibur
- The Phoenix Force
- A recap of a recap
- What this episode isn’t covering
- Lizard Excalibur
- The most meta t-shirt in the multiverse
- Several long-ago Halloween costumes
- Dinosaurs of Earths-616 and -99476
- National Lampoon Vacation apocrypha
- Earth-99476 and its Savage Land
- The Fantastic Five
- A vow of vengeance
- Feron as an antecedent to Kubark
- Alan Davis’s modern authorial counterpart
- A telepathic journey
- The full history of the Phoenix Force (as established circa 1991)
- Inherited vs. inherent mutant powers (and a No-Prize explanation thereof)
- The rehabilitation of Rachel Summers
- Several retcons yet to come
- Jean Grey’s inconsistent relationship to the Phoenix Force
- A mysterious disappearance
- What the Crazy Gang has been up to
- The nicest kind of twist
- A very easy way to make Kitty Pryde textually queer
- Differentiating X-teams
- The X-Plain Discord
- Strong Guy’s new hobby
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