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    Episode 147: Battle of the DumDums

    This week week we review X-Men 3 and 4, finish Peter David's X-Factor run, and review ALL of "Battle of the Atom" in one fell swoop.
    We then welcome Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe to the show via X-Phone to talk NY ComiCon, X-Men, and Mammomax.

     

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    I gotta weigh in on the Kitty-Iceman relationship. It was so unnecessary and forgettable all said and done. I can't even think of a single scene that stands out between the two of them. I know Nick Lowe says that he pushes for relationships in his comics, but you can tell that no thought went into this one besides getting Kitty in a new relationship so she can have that awkward date issue with Phoenix Force 5 Colossus back during AvX.

    November 15, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDRB

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