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In which Miles speculates about superheroes’ sex lives; Doctor Doom is an incorrigible scamp; the Lady of the Lake visits California; Captain Britain lacks basic superheroic social skills; Jay has strong feelings about doggerel; the warwolves know how to commit to a bit; and Excalibur and the X-Men continue to have terrible communication skills.
- One aspects of doombot functionality
- Excalibur #37-41
- The Soul Sword’s origins and current status
- Semantic disambiguation with regards to Limbo
- The West Coast Avengers
- The Lady of the Swimming Pool
- Doctor Doom’s personal demons
- Several team-ups
- The heart of Limbo
- Phoenix science
- Darkoth the Demon (Desmond Pitt)
- The Trial of Lockheed
- A long-awaited reunion that isn’t actually a long-awaited reunion
- A theoretical Frost-Summers wedding
- What happened to Jen Askani post- “Endgame”
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In which we continue our delve into the eldritch end of the X-Universe, Illyana Rasputin has a rough childhood even by X-Men standards, Kitty Pryde is a Niven fan, Limbo is way metal, Vincent Price is our Belasco, and Rachel and Miles have feelings about female friendships in Claremont’s X-Men.
- Mikhail Rasputin
- Hell dimensions, including but not limited to
- The Void
- The Dark Zone
- The Hill
- The other Limbo
- Yet a third Limbo
- Illyana Rasputin
- Magic vs. Magik
- Uncanny X-Men #160
- Stepping Disks
- Storm and Illyana: Magik #1-4
- Yet another set of alternate X-Men
- The Soulsword
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