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Dude, you literally gave Ship to X-Factor. (X-Factor #65)
Aw, buddy. (X-Factor #65)
Valid point. (X-Factor #65)
This makes NO SENSE given the original context of the quotation, and I’m irrationally upset about that. (X-Factor #65)
An entirely reasonable reaction to Archangel, TBH. (X-Factor #66)
How you can tell that Important Stuff Is Afoot. (X-Factor #66)
Meet Jen “Not Rachel Summers” Askani! (X-Factor #66)
And that’s why you always leave a note. (X-Factor #66)
Oof. (X-Factor #67)
Oh. Those guys. (X-Factor #67)
Nothing nice ever happens on the moon. (X-Factor #67)
Look at these beautiful weirdos! (X-Factor #67)
Okay, but those animals are creepy as hell. (X-Factor #68)
There are a lot of callbacks to the Dark Phoenix Saga in this story, but this is one of the best. (X-Factor #68)
OH, SNAP. (X-Factor #68)
It’s okay. You’ll get to raise him in the future, in a surprisingly good miniseries! (X-Factor #68)
And the Watcher gets the last word. (X-Factor #68)
Whilce Portacio and Jackson Guice’s unused cover for the original X-Factor
#66. Thanks, Comic Book Resources
And now, The Apocalypse Manifesto, which is not a manifesto at all, but whatever.
I’m not gonna write witty captions for all of these. Just read ’em if you feel like it.
It’s been a very long several weeks. Don’t judge me.
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In which things are not as they were; “yaybopunk” is definitely our aesthetic; Cable is officially foreshadowed; and the NYCC live show did in fact go really well!
- Cable’s childhood
- Some ECCC plans
- X-Factor #65-68
- The Riders of the Storm
- “Riders on the Storm”
- Some X-Factors that might have been
- Babies as drawn by Whilce Portacio
- Medieval cats
- Yaybohunk vs. yaybopunk
- A red herring
- Jen Askani
- A kidnapping
- Visual representations of hacking
- How to effectively evoke the Dark Phoenix Saga
- The plural of “Apocalypse”
- Rad fights on the moon
- Something you should definitely cosplay
- Cyclops narration
- A psychic duel
- A choice
- Resets vs. returns
- The Apocalypse Manifesto
- The Crafters of Apocalypse
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