In which Nimrod is probably an honorary Summers by this point; Claremont hits a centennial; it’s probably pretty hard to get an unconscious person into tight leather pants; the X-Men finally encounter a world that actually hates and fears them; and the Power Pack fits somewhat uneasily with the grown-up Marvel Universe.
- Uncanny X-Men #193-195
- Thunderbird II (James Proudstar)
- Situation-inappropriate attire
- The worst Hellions
- Firestar (Angelica Jones)
- Why you call ahead before breaking into NORAD
- Public opinion
- Juggernaut fights
- How the X-Men wake up
- Tyranny of the Masses: The Robot
- The Voltron Special
- The Power Pack
- Navigating crossovers
- Started reading the X-Men in March of last year, and am coming to the end of Claremont's run, just about hitting the Inferno story. My question is: Do you think it's important for people to read all of the crossover titles (i.e in Inferno all the Spider-Man, Daredevil, and Avenger titles) in X-Men crossovers? If yes, what if I'm only interested in the X storylines? Will I miss important points?
- Hey Rachel and Miles, love the podcast! What would you say the definitive version of Magneto is? Scene chewing silver age Dick Dastardly, the more antagonistic foil to Xavier like in God Loves Man Kills, the New Mutants teacher, the separatist leader of the Acolytes, every X-fans source of alcoholism Xorn, or some other iteration?