In which we cover (almost) all of the Inferno tie-ins with the help of writer Sam Humphries; the Marvel Universe used to be really X-Centric; Jarvis is unstoppable; Daredevil fights a vacuum cleaner; it’s probably best not to ask about the whole Celestial Madonna thing; Power Pack gets incredibly upsetting; working in comics makes you appreciate crossovers on a whole new level; and we’d all really have liked to have seen Guy Davis’s Inferno.
- Peter Quill’s brief music career
- The Amazing Spider-Man #311-313
- Spectacular Spider-Man #146-148
- Web of Spider-Man #47-48
- Avengers #298-300
- Power Pack #42-44
- Daredevil #262, 263, 265
- Cloak and Dagger (vol. 3) #4
- Fantastic Four #322-324
- Inferno, as a whole
- The fate of Madelyne Pryor
- Jay’s Madelyne Pryor song
- How working in comics taught us to appreciate crossovers
- Our ideal Inferno artists
- We all know that Mr. Sinister is obsessed with the Summers family for his own complicated Apocalypse related reasons. Has he ever tried kidnapping Rachel, or manipulating her to use as a weapon against Apocalypse? Did the Sinister form Earth-811 ever do any experiments on her? After all, she's the daughter of Scott Summers and Jean Grey proper, and not from a clone or an emergency back-up brother. And as you've pointed out, the only Phoenix host to have full control.
- Would it be possible for Madelyne Pryor to be a hero again? Most later creators have made her purely evil, but Claremont's version could easily be someone who walks the hero-villain line the same way Magneto does. If this does happen, how would you like it to play out?