In which Shadowcat gets a new miniseries; people don’t talk that way (but probably should); holograms are magic; the Helicarrier gets possessed; Wolverine fights a computer; and Miles and Al pitch live-action X-series.
- Shadowcat (Kitty Pryde) (more) (again)
- Kitty Pryde: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1-3
- A surprising helicopter
- Frictionless bed sheets
- S.H.I.E.L.D. vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. vs. S.H.I.E.L.D.
- The word “obstreperous”
- The nefarious doings of nasty transom peekers, envelope steamers, and door kickers
- Larry Hama dialogue
- Rigby Fallon
- Yet another return of Ogūn
- One way to get from the Brooklyn Bridge to a Helicarrier
Yet another fight on the astral plane
- Wolverine vs. technology
- The intrinsic power of life, I guess
- Visibility of psychic powers
- Live-action X pitches
Listen to the episode here.
LINKS & FURTHER LISTENING
- We were on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s State of Wonder! Listen to the episode–and discover a bunch of cool Oregon-based podcasts–here!
- Hear all about Wolverine’s terrible birthdays in Episode 113 – Play It Again, Patch.
- Brush up on Weapon X in Episode 162 – Naked in Canada.
In which we were on public radio; it’s probably best just to ignore Romulus; Miles still hasn’t seen the Prisoner and should be very ashamed of himself; toy licensing is the stuff of nightmares; you can upgrade your bloodbath for an additional $1.25; Jay may or may not have family ties to Weapon X; we are suckers for die-cut covers; Wolverine knows how to commit to a gag; and you have some pretty remarkable dreams.
- Wolverine’s CIA contacts
- Murder-related birthday traditions
- Wolverine #48-50
- The ship Righteous Indignation and the ‘ship Righteous Indignation
- Wolverine size creep
- Injudicious footwear
- Serial sidekicks
- Miles’s continual failure to watch The Prisoner
- The Summers Crash model of flashbacks
- Panties and/or grenades
- Several varyingly reliable flashbacks
- How memory works
- How memory doesn’t really work
- Kids’ toy licensing
- Quasimodo’s hangout
- Women in Refrigerators
- Secret agent skills
- The Dalton school of argument
- A legitimately cool cover gimmick
- Wolverine vs. the Helicarrier
- Adamantium handicrafts
- Shiva (but not that one)
- Silver Fox (again) (kind of)
- A cataclysmic memory backlash
- Antarctic X-Hijinks
- Jay & Miles’s adventures in YOUR DREAMS
NEXT EPISODE: Centaurs of Texas
CORRECTION: Kyle Rayner’s girlfriend was the source of the Women In Refrigerator’s trope–not Hal Jordan’s, as Jay stated in this episode.
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