In which Chris and Chad teach us to stop worrying and love the ‘90s; the line between parody and homage is thin and flexible; everything happens at the mall; no one wants to play volleyball with Cyclops; and we totally fail to resolve the question, “Does a mall babe eat chili fries?”
- The Westchester Wars
- X-Men ’92 #1
- Digital vs. print pacing
- A continuity error
- Narrative restrictions of Battleworld
- The actual X-Men of 1992 (and the post-Claremont X-Universe)
- X-Men Adventures
- X-Men Collector’s Edition
- Mutatant Genesis
- X-Cutioner’s Song
- Early Deadpool
- Piecing together the Marvel Universe from trading cards
- The X-Men animated series
- Concurrent and complimentary adaptation
- Cassandra Nova ‘92
- The fine line between homage and parody
- Definitive story arcs of the 1990s
WARNING: This episode contains minor spoilers for X-Men ’92 #1.
- Four or five different people wondered if Chris Sims and Chad Bowers do the animated series voices while they're writing
- Besides scorpions, what's something else you'd like to see Wolverine covered in?
- What I'd like to know is if the last issue of X-Men '92 will be weirdly written and have a different art style like the last season of the animated series? Will it feel out of place, and will Xavier leave for space for a really stupid reason?
- How difficult is it to write Cyclops considering his personality in the cartoon and the not-so-much-love Chris has for him?
- I haven't read much from the 90s X-Men. Are there any story arcs from that era that you would suggest as background reading for your series?