Happy Pride! We’re donating all of June’s proceeds from our TeePublic shop –featuring all the designs above, and many more — to Trans Lifeline. (You can also donate to Trans Lifeline directly, in which case 100% of the money will go to them; but if you want to get cool J&M swag and support them at the same time, you can now do so.)
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LINKS & ADDITIONAL FUN:
- You should all come hang out with us at FlameCon!
- All lizards are good lizards, but this Savannah Monitor is especially excellent.
- Check out the Mr. & Mrs. X preview pages.
- Our Lila Cheney Live t-shirt is a staple for any well-dressed denizens of the multiverse.
- Wanna hang out online with a bunch of really nice X-Men fans? Join the X-Plain the X-Men Discord!
- We’ve talked a lot about the Phoenix on this podcast, but here’s where we covered some particularly significant chapters in its history:
- We covered the Dark Phoenix Saga in Episode 12 – Inner Circle Jerk and Episode 13 – Last Stand on the Moon.
- You can learn more about Rachel Summers’s history with the Phoenix in Episode 60 – Rachel Summers and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
In which you should all come see us at FlameCon; all lizards are good lizards; we recap a recap; the Phoenix force is really complicated; Earth-99476 may or may not be the secret history of Earth-616; Alan Davis takes on continuity; the X-Men fail to save the day; the Phoenix says its piece; Rachel takes a vacation in space; Captain Britain doesn’t like to be psychoanalyzed; and the Crazy Gang gets a happy ending.
- Evil Shadowcats
- Jay & Miles at FlameCon
- Excalibur #51, 52, and 54
- A brief history of Excalibur
- The Phoenix Force
- A recap of a recap
- What this episode isn’t covering
- Lizard Excalibur
- The most meta t-shirt in the multiverse
- Several long-ago Halloween costumes
- Dinosaurs of Earths-616 and -99476
- National Lampoon Vacation apocrypha
- Earth-99476 and its Savage Land
- The Fantastic Five
- A vow of vengeance
- Feron as an antecedent to Kubark
- Alan Davis’s modern authorial counterpart
- A telepathic journey
- The full history of the Phoenix Force (as established circa 1991)
- Inherited vs. inherent mutant powers (and a No-Prize explanation thereof)
- The rehabilitation of Rachel Summers
- Several retcons yet to come
- Jean Grey’s inconsistent relationship to the Phoenix Force
- A mysterious disappearance
- What the Crazy Gang has been up to
- The nicest kind of twist
- A very easy way to make Kitty Pryde textually queer
- Differentiating X-teams
- The X-Plain Discord
- Strong Guy’s new hobby
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UPDATE: Not only can birds see color, but they can see a wider spectrum than humans. THE MORE YOU KNOW!
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We sold out of the pins at ECCC, but this seemed like the right month to put this design on t-shirts (and notebooks, and phone cases, and a bunch of other stuff):
That said, we feel pretty strongly that this is a design that should be in everybody’s hands. You’re of course welcome to buy our merch above; but if you want to DIY your own, you can download a high-resolution stencil below. This stencil is free for use for any non-commercial projects.
It is ALSO free for use on specific commercial projects, with one major caveat (on the honor system):
If your business is not trans-owned, any proceeds from merchandise you sell with this design should go to Trans Lifeline or another trans advocacy organization.
(Also, we’d love to see anything folks make with this, private or commercial!)
Thanks to Dylan Meconis for design and file-formatting assistance!
As yet another crossover event draws to a close, it’s time to count our longboxes, lick our wounds, and breathe a sigh of relief that we’ve lived to read another day. In that spirit, we present September’s shirt of the month, designed by the one and only Dylan Todd!
(Because, really, if there’s one single moment that sums up everything about crossover events, it’s the time Spider-Man had to teach the Beyonder to poop.)
As usual, the design is available on a whole mess of apparel–including kid and infant sizes, because if there’s any lesson you should take away from our podcast, it’s that continuity-heavy bathroom humor is for everyone. There are also tote bags and stickers!
NOTE: This is a limited-run shirt! It will DISAPPEAR FOREVER from the shop on October 1, 2015; get ’em while they last!
Who needs a Danger Room when you can hone your battlefield skills AND rack up EXP against a Beholder? The X-Men gather ‘round the gaming table for some all-new, all-different training in August’s shirt of the month, featuring art by David Wynne!
In addition to covering your torso and impressing your friends and neighbors, the August, 2015 shirt of the months grants +1 on continuity-related checks.* It’s available on a wide variety of wearables, including kids’ clothes; as well as tote bags, travel mugs, and stickers!
NOTE: This is a limited-run shirt! It will DISAPPEAR FOREVER from the shop on September 1, 2015; get ’em while they last!
*Results not guaranteed in actual gameplay. Always run house rules by your GM. Not recommended for use against gazebos.
Because sometimes correct taxonomy* has to take a back seat to the rule of cool.
Artist Tyler Crook (B.P.R.D., Harrow County) brings your wildest dreams–and our favorite persistent error–to howling life on this stunning shirt, which features not only a luminous full moon, but two entire Wolverines more than t-shirts with only one Wolverine on them.
Three Wolverine Moon is available on a wide variety of shirts, which can be worn consecutively or concurrently for additional simultaneous Wolverines; as well as tote bags, throw pillows, and stickers. It’ll be up in our shop until July 1, 2015, after which it will disappear forever.
*Yes, we are aware that wolverines are not wolves. That’s what makes it funny.
Because these days, who isn’t raised in a tube by Mr. Sinister to guarantee the genetic integrity of the Grey line and eventual downfall of Apocalypse?
This month, designer Dylan Todd takes us straight up to the intersection of mad science and cosmic forces! What could possibly go wrong?
Nobody Knows I’m a Clone of Jean Grey is available in adult and children’s styles and stickers until June 1, 2015, at which point it will disappear forever! Or will it? With that phoenix in the logo, you can never be quite sure…
(For mildly unsettling couple’s cosplay, pair with Probably a Summers Brother.)