In which we hit the first big X-centric crossover; a lot of Morlocks die; X-Factor is a dark farce; Kitty Pryde talks down a mob without using racial slurs; when Doug Ramsey tells you there’s a problem, you listen; and Callisto should be one of the iconic leaders of the Marvel Universe.
- Death by intellectual-property dispute
- The Mutant Massacre
- Mutant Massacres that might have been
- Uncanny X-Men #210-213
- New Mutants #46
- The Marauders
- The best way to guarantee the New Mutants’ involvement in a storyline
- Limbo fashion
- The responsibility of leadership
- Wolverine vs. Sabretooth
- Psylocke vs. Sabretooth
- The evolution of crossovers
- Characters we’d like to see more of post-Secret Wars
- Do you feel that the late 80s crossovers, starting with Mutant Massacre, directly lead to the culture of crossover bloat that would become a hallmark of the X-universe? Or is it just a symptom of how the comics industry business model evolved?
- Who are some X-characters that are not appearing in already announced All-New All-Different Marvel books you'd like to see in the next wave of announcements? Personally, I hope Jubilee, Monet, and Rachel Grey show up somewhere. It's also been too long since we've seen Dani Moonstar and Nate Grey show up anywhere.