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    Episode 21: Turning Japanese

    In this episode, we follow up the X-Phone visit from Mike Carey with an interview with Stan Lee!! Just kidding. *Call us Stan!*

    This week we review X23 #5, X-Men 198, X-Factor 18 and New X-Men 38.

    In our Top 5, we continue to find topics that have no right being topics: The Top 5 songs from the 80s that work well as X-Character theme songs!

    We dive into Retro Reviews 107 - 110 and take a look at August's solicitations.

    But wait, there's more! For the low price of nothing, you get a heated debate about current X-Men artists, an "Extra Credit Roundtable" led by Puffin, a disturbing explicit tag earning commentary on the ... assets of X23 #5s cover, and more copyright law breaking then you can shake a stick at!

    Download it here or on iTunes!

    And don't forget to visit our forum.

    Reader Comments (1)

    Man, I really like you guys doing this show, I emailed y'all about Marvel Legends figure awhile back, just wondering if y'all have picked any up yet, if not well thats cool....start, j/k..! Once again awesome podcast, and look forward to so many more!

    May 24, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterRyan

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