Episodes 096, “Desolation!”

X-Men #114, October 1978
Written by Chris Claremont, Pencils by John Byrne, Inks by Terry Austin, Lettered by Jean Simek, Edited by Roger Stern, Editor-In-Chief Jim Shooter

Do Touch This Podcast With A 39 and Half Foot Pole!

In Which We Discover That One Should Never Bother A Living Embodiment Of Rebirth Until After Its First Cup Of Coffee, That Wolverine Is Basically A Walking Cable-Knit Sweater, And That Summers Can Not Decide Whether To Get The Tom Sellick Or Go For The Full Oates!

On An Unrelated Note, My Wife Forbade Me To Travel To Antarctica. Thanks A Lot Banshee!

Nothing is more hard core than Antarctic tagging.

Scott left the seat up just one time too many.

Running the Savage Land tourism bureau is all about carefully cropping your images.

Wolverine: Dinosaur Plastic Surgeon did not make it out of pilot season.

Is window shadow avoidance another one of Jean’s cosmic powers?

There had never been a better opportunity for Banshee to reveal the his under-the-tights loincloth.

On the list of important things not to bring up: Chief Tongah’s wife used to be a stripper.

It was mandated that all Marvel characters increasingly resemble Tony Stark.

You can still see the burned-in outline of the last guy who tried to grope Storm.

The only thing worse than a life-draining pterodactyl man, is a life-draining pterodactyl man packing heat!

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