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    Entries in Roleplay (14)

    Episode 115: Jubilee's Mentor

    This week we review Uncanny 538, Prelude to Schism 3, Legacy 250, X-Factor 220, and X-Men 12. 

    We then put ourselves in the shoes of some of Marvel's Mighty Mutants in Roleplay.

    And in Retro Reviews we summarize Excalibur 8 and New Mutants 74.

    You can download the episode right here, or you can get it on iTunes.  Don't forget to visit us at our forum, and leave us reviews on iTunes.

    Episode 104: Decocting Ed Bloemendal

    This week we review Generation Hope 3, Legacy 245, New Mutants 22, X-23 5, X-Men 8, Uncanny X-Force 5, Uncanny X-Men 533, X-Factor 214 and Astonishing 36.

     

    We then turn down the lights and do a little Roleplay.

     

    In Retro Reviews we summarize New Mutants 70, and Excalibur 4 and 5.

     

    And we thank the Comic Forums for being down and sparing us having to stay awake to do a Fastball Special.
    You can download it right here or on iTunes.  Don't forget to visit us at our forum!

     

    Episode 93: The Children

    This week in On Shelves Now we review Curse of the Mutants Gambit/Storm, Legacy 239, X-Factor 208, Astonishing 35, New Mutants 16, Uncanny 527, and a Wolverine comic. 

    Then we bring back new favorite.... Call the Comic Shop!

    Then in Retro Reviews we look at Uncanny 229, Uncanny 230 and X-Factor 27.

    We finish up with a Fastball Special.

    Download it right here, or get it on iTunes. Don't forget to review us on iTunesas well. With each positive review, an angel gets its wings.