In which Banshee should eat the rich; the real Monet is way more of a jerk than the fake one; the Marvel Universe is the world inside your brain-case; Maggott joins and quits Generation X at almost the speed of Sunfire; Dracula gives Chamber the D; and if Jay and Miles die in this episode, they die in real life.
- Dracula as a universal standard
- Generation X #48-49
- The missed potential of 13,000-year-old teenager Gaia
- The Jay Faerber run of Generation X
- Emma and Banshee’s forgotten X-friendship
- That time that Moira ripped off Banshee’s skin and wore it like a Halloween costume (again)
- Cordelia Frost, Emma’s younger sister
- Adrienne Frost, Emma’s older sister
- Interpersonal arguments by way of Asgardian combat scenarios
- Jubilee, fox; versus M, scorpion
- Alaska, moping capital of the Marvel Universe
- Clever scene transitions
- Constantine Francis Slaughter IV and his mustache
- Puberty as body horror
- Husk’s breakup haircut
- Slug emulation
- Generation X / Dracula Annual 1998
- The Council of Cross-Time Draculas
- Chamber’s goofy face
- Vampire fonts
- Jubilee’s bunny slippers
- Charlie Brown in Snow Valley
- Count von Count (again)
- Monsters as class metaphor
- What would happen if Synch synced with Legion
- Who would pronounce Cable like Britta Perry pronounces bagel
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