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    Episode 111: Roomies!

    This week in On Shelves Now we review Astonishing X-Men 37, Generation Hope 6, X23 9, and Legacy 248.
    In Top 5 we do our very best to talk about the Top 5 mutants we would not want as roommates.
    Inferno continues in Retro Review with New Mutants 73 and X-Factor 37.


    You can download the episode right here, or on iTunes.

    Don't forget to visit us at our forum, and to leave us comments on iTunes!

    Episode 107: The X-Cast Bunch

    This week in On Shelves Now we review Uncanny 534.1, X-Force 6, X:23 7, and Legacy 246. 

    We then spill the beans on Rob and Brian's Top 5 childhood television crushes.

    In Retro Reviews we summarize X-Terminators 2 and Uncanny 240. 

    You can download the show right here or on iTunes. Make sure to leave us new reviews on iTunes about the weekly format! 

    Episode 102: The Importance of Toro

     This week we review Age of X Alpha, Generation Hope 2, X-Factor 213, X-23 4, New Mutants 21, Uncanny X-Men 532, X-Men 7, and Uncanny XForce 4.

    We then fill in the Fantastic Four open roster spot with the most deserving mutant in our Top 5.
    In Retro Reviews we synopsise X-Factor 33 and 34, and Uncanny 237.
    We then finish things up with a Fastball Special.


    You can download it right here or on iTunes.  Don't forget to leave us reviews on iTunes and to visit us at our forum!