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    Episode 60:  Beyonderbane!

    This week in On Shelves Now we review X-Force 12, Legacy 221, Young X-Men 11, Cable 11, Uncanny 506 and X-Men Noir.

    We bring back Top 5 with picks of the worst mutant powers.

    And in Retro Reviews we look at Secret Wars 2: Issue 7, New Mutants 35 and 36, and Uncanny 201 and 202.

    As always we finish up with a Fastball Special.

    Highlights include Watchmen spoilers, bras, pentagrams and more!

    Download it on iTunes or right here.

    Episode 59: Tea with Meggan

    This week we do a ton of catching up in On Shelves Now, reviewing the Magneto Testament mini-series, Young X-Men 10, Manifest Destiny 5, X-Force 11, X-Infernus 3, and X-Factor 40.

    We then bring Brian Braddock (aka Captain Britain) on to give some advice to our listeners. Special thanks to Brian for being on the show!

    And in Retro Reviews we look at Secret Wars 2: 5 and 6, and finally make Brian happy by reading New Mutants Special Edition 1 and Uncanny X-Men Annual 9. We finish up a big review of Uncanny X-Men 200.

    And finally, an action packed Fastball Special.

    Highlights include Brian's review of Cherry Poptart 1, germs, going to the movies alone, checking out chicks with a four year old, and which On Shelves Now sent Rob on an angry tirade?

    Download the episode on iTunes or right here!

    Episode 58: The X-Phone with Andy Schmidt

    This week we're trying something a little different. Generally we put our X-Phone segment into a regular episode which leads to the following:

    1. A three hour episode
    2. Us half awake for the last hour of said episode
    3. Rob wanting to hang himself a halfway through editing the episode

    So we've decided since the X-Phones are generally about an hour long, we'd release them as standalone episodes. Hopefully nobody minds this format change, but if you do... well... tough. :)

    This week we've got on IDW Publishing Senior Editor Andy Schmidt. You may ask yourself, what the heck does IDW have to do with the X-Cast? Well, Andy edited the X-Men over at Marvel for about five years. That's what! We talk with Andy about his days with the X-Men, dealing with the "where's Kitty Pryde??" problem, G.I. Joe, Transformers, Peter David and Fallen Angel, friend of the show and artistic genius Robert Atkins, and a bunch of other editorial-esque stuff. Hope you enjoy and we'll be back with a regular episode soon!

    You can download the episode on iTunes or right here.

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