Posts Tagged ‘X-Men’

X-Men, Ep. 1b: Among Us Stalk…The Sentinels!
19 Sep. 2019

X-Men, Ep. 1b: Among Us Stalk…The Sentinels!


Continuing right where they left off, Kurtis and Jared finish their discussion on the very first X-Men Epic Collection! With Juggernaut and Sentinels as the high points and Count Nefaria and his c-list villains as the low point, there is plenty to talk about in these early issues of the X-Men! Issues discussed: X-Men #12-23 […]

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X-Men, Ep. 1a: Children of the Atom
12 Sep. 2019

X-Men, Ep. 1a: Children of the Atom


Kurtis and Jared explore the monumental origins of Marvel’s biggest franchise! But it wasn’t so big at the beginning. In fact, X-Men in the early years struggles a bit to find its footing, resulting in one of the weaker beginnings of a Silver Age Marvel title. But the groundwork is still laid for future writers […]

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Interview: Roy Thomas on X-Men
20 Aug. 2019

Interview: Roy Thomas on X-Men


I’ve been having computer issues the past few days so the episode I wanted to release has to be put on hold for a bit. To tide you over, here is an interview with the great Roy Thomas that I released as a Patreon exclusive a few months ago. In this interview, we discuss the […]

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Jon Bogdanove on FF vs X-Men and Power Pack
22 Apr. 2017

Jon Bogdanove on FF vs X-Men and Power Pack


Kurtis originally wanted to talk to Jon Bogdanove about the Fantastic Four vs. X-Men mini series, but the conversation actually turned out to be more about Power Pack! Plus, Jon has a great origin story of how he got into comics! This is a companion episode to Fantastic Four, Ep. 17: All in the Family. […]

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Fantastic Four, Ep. 17: All in the Family
10 Mar. 2017

Fantastic Four, Ep. 17: All in the Family


Kurtis and Eric discuss that period of Fantastic Four that comes right after the John Byrne era. Johnny Storm marries Alicia masters! The FF battle the X-Men! Crystal and Ms. Marvel join the team! Steve Englehart’s run on Marvel’s First Family begins here! Issues discussed: Fantastic Four #296-307, Fantastic Four Annual #20, Fantastic Four vs. […]

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