Episode Description Edit
In which Deadpool and X-Men ’92 artist Scott Koblish joins us to present the Summers Family Tree as you’ve never experienced it before; the X-Men go to Dante’s Hell; Dr. Strange gets his Virgil on; Wolverine sniffs snakes; Iceman has probably killed a lot of people; and X-Men fans have remained remarkably consistent over the years.
- The Summers family
- Birthdays at the Xavier mansion
- A package as sinister as it is stylish
- Uncanny X-Men King-Size Annual #4
- One version of Hell
- A demon who is also a sorting hat
- Another X-Men crossover conspiracy theory
- The X-Men’s religious affiliations and lack thereof
- Nuance of self-narration
- Snakes with arms, and the vocalizations thereof
- Dangers of encasing people in ice
- The death of Stefan Szardos
- An overly complex revenge plot
- The origin of that one angry mob from Giant-Size X-Men #1
- Reader responses to the Dark Phoenix Saga
- X-Men vs. board games
- The appeal of the Outback X-Men
- Artist-character associations
- Last episode, last week's episode, you mentioned comparing the Odinsleep to that board game Don't Wake Daddy. What overly complicated board game would you associate with an X-Men character?
- X-Men '92, or the nineties X-Men, kind of like really happened when I got into X-Men, so from a nostalgia standpoint that's what I grew up and loved, and it's easy for me to justify that because the entire line was rebooted and they brought everybody back together, but I was wondering for people who really love, like, the Australia outpost X-Men, it's so - for someone who came up right after that, I find it so weird, and so un-X-Men-like, that I was wondering what people who really loved that period of X-men and grew up with that, what they think of that and why they love it?
- Are there any X-men characters that you wish they would kill off and not resurrect, and why?
- I believe you've answered this question before, but when you think of your favorite characters, for example, me, one of my favorite characters is Longshot, and when I think of him, I think of him drawn by Arthur Adams, or for example, Boom Boom, when I think about her, I think of her drawn by Jon Bogdanov, who do you guys think of when you think of your favorite characters, as far as artists?