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In which “Cross-Time Caper” is something of a misnomer; Excalibur is an awful lot of fun to summarize; none of us will ever live up to Oscar Wilde’s expectations; Captain Britain secretly derives his powers from genre; sometimes things turn out to be simple; Kitty Pryde is better at everything than you; manipulation and murder are the new flowers and candy; context may or may not ruin everything; Meggan gets a new outfit; Technet takes Brighton; and some universes are just too silly to survive.
- Rick Jones, Sidekick Supreme
- The Cross-Time Caper
- Excalibur #12-15
- Three love triangles
- Jay’s mom’s late iguana
- Captain Marshall, Lord Champion of the Realm
- Prince William
- Butch the ogre
- Princess Kate
- Instant air conditioning, Excalibur-style
- Bagpipe Vader
- An anticlimactic solution to a protracted problem
- Sorcery 101
- Several profoundly unethical ways to initiate a relationship
- Arrested Excalibur
- The Campsite Rule of relationships
- The logistics and social history of tarring and feathering
- A protracted parody
- A very large number and several names for it
- A theoretical team-up
- Ultimate Hunger
- An unidentified comic that is not Ultimate Hunger
- Some less-than-ideal creative choices
- A multiversal montage
- Jamie Braddock (more) (again)
- A duck
- The unenviable fate of Doctor Crocodile
- Pairing mutants with metal genres
- Inconsistent flight safety measures
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