In which Jubilee makes her fabulous debut, the X-Ladies visit Hotbods, the X-Dudes accidentally (and drunkenly) save the world, Longshot is Sexy Johnny Karate, the only thing worse than one anti-mutant super-robot is two, and we say goodbye to a quarter of the team.
- Hellfire Club leadership
- Uncanny X-Men #244-247
- Team-relative Inferno after-effects
- Jubilation Lee
- Teddy girls
- The surprisingly not-dead M Squad
- Chaos (but not KAOS)
- Dazzler, heart and/or steamroller of the X-Men
- Miles’s alternate career as alien archivist
- DC’s Invasion
- Logan’s Guide to Kissing Etiquette
- Havok & Wolverine: Meltdown continuity disambiguation
- Sexy dead girls
- Perils of the Siege Perilous
- Sharon Kelly
- Rogue, Carol Danvers, and relative (im)maturity
- The MTV Generation
- Wolverine’s hair
- X-(misc.) Forever
- Storm’s threads
- What's up with Wolverine's hair? I get that it serves for something of a silhouette, but it sort of got out of hand. By the 90s he had a mane that was threatening to consume small children if it wasn't watched closely. And then I look at his sideways spires in Meltdown and I'm at a loss. What happened?
- Are there any X-Men runs you'd like to see continued in the vein of the X-Men and X-Factor Forever series?
- In Episode 113's Q&A you talk about color. I've always wondered if you think Storm's 1990s Jim Lee costume is supposed to be black, or white / silver? I always read it as black with white highlights / reflections, but I often see it described as white or silver by others. Do you have a definitive answer?