In which we persevere in the face of adversity; Storm goes on a quest; Mr. Sinister makes his first appearance; Dazzler learns about teamwork (again); it still sucks to be Havok (but not as much as it sucks to be Madelyne Pryor); you should probably put down that cactus; the Murder Grampas join Freedom Force; Storm’s life is a metal-album cover; and the X-Men are doomed as hell.
- The Mr. Sinister / Summers family time loop
- Uncanny X-Men #220-224
- Actual and potential origins of Mr. Sinister’s name
- How Longshot’s powers work in combat
- Teamwork (again)
- Representing sound and silence in a visual medium
- A protracted fight
- Forge (again)
- Naze (kind of)
- The Adversary
- Eye Killers
- One of many reasons not to masturbate with a cactus
- The X-Men in San Francisco
- Madelyne Pryor vs. fate
- Storm vs. Forge
- Character names vs. code names
- I was wondering if either or both of you generally call the X-Men by code names or by their real names? I know it's always Scott, Jean, and Kitty for me, but I tend to stick with code names like Storm, Gambit, and Beast. I'm not sure what it means exactly, but I was just wondering if you or other X-fans x-perience the same thing?
- I'm currently working on a men's wear fashion collection inspired by the women of the X-Men universe. I'm fascinated especially with Dazzler's recent character redesign both esthetically and from a story perspective. Are there other examples of X-women undergoing dramatic esthetic transformations in terms of their wardrobe that you could point me towards? And what's your take on the Dazzler makeover?