Watson and Tom both saw Bad Times at the El Royale. And, given how much any talk of it might be full of spoilers, had a spoiler-filled chat about it. Here’s a transcript.
Why cover this guy this week? Er, no reason…
The single most bizarre mutant ever comes along and good luck figuring him out.
A longtime Marvel mutant whose most interesting phase may have come when he was powerless.
A forgotten X-man with the power to be literally forgotten.
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
Yes, this project is alive and well.
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