In which the moments of X-Universe are better than the whole; the code name “Dirigible” carries some inherent risks; Tony Stark is often more interesting without Iron Man; Clint Barton is no James Rhodes; there is somehow a Matt Murdock who makes even worse choices than the one from Earth-616; nobody should ever trust Mikhail Rasputin; and the baby’s name really doesn’t matter.
- J. Jonah Jameson’s stance on mutants
- A way to get cool stuff AND support Trans Lifeline
- X-Universe #1-2
- Gwen Stacy (Earth-295)
- Some really obnoxious white savior tropes
- The Marauders (Earth-295)
- How to waste Arcade
- Owl noises
- Tony Stark (Earth-295)
- Clint Barton and/or James Rhodes (Earth-295)
- Dr. Donald Blake (Earth-616)
- Dr. Donald Blake (Earth-295)
- Mikhail Rasputin (Earth-295)
- Ship, but not Ship
- Ben Grimm (Earth-295)
- Sue Storm (Earth-295)
- Bruce Banner (Earth-295)
- A great many overplayed references
- Matt Murdock (Earth-295)
- Manuel de la Rocha (Earth-295)
- Victor Von Doom (Earth-295)
- Marte and Rafe McGuffin
- The Upscale Program
- A very hazardous plan
- The Stryfe Force
- The dreams of Donald Blake
- A red herring named Frankie
- Augmented humans in a mutant-centric world
- How Wolverine communicates with animals
- How Professor X lost his hair
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