X-Lapsed, Episode 083 – Empyre: X-Men #2 (2020)

X-Lapsed, Episode Eighty-Three


Empyre: X-Men #2 (October, 2020)
“Growing Strong”
Writers – Gerry Duggan, Ben Percy, Leah Williams
Art – Lucas Werneck
Colors – Nolan Woodard
Letters – VC’s Clayton Cowles
Design – Tom Muller
Head of X – Hickman
Edits – Bissa, White, Cebulski
Cover Price: $4.99
On-Sale: August 5, 2020

You ever hear the one about the old ladies who curse a lot?  Well – ya will!

Howsabout the time the X-Men killed “a billion broccolis”?  Yeah, you’ll hear that one too.

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One thought on “X-Lapsed, Episode 083 – Empyre: X-Men #2 (2020)

  • December 22, 2020 at 6:33 am
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    Let's go in hard. Who thinks swearing is funny nowadays? Surely that ship sailed decades ago. I try not to curse in my feedback because I know you don't like it but the try-hard dialogue is almost making me swear.

    It turns out my comment on the last episode was based on a misunderstanding. I thought the Cotati were in Wakanda and they were actually in Genosha all along. It does make me wonder why they were talking about vibranium last issue.

    I really hate Hordeculture. They are just a number of dated jokes rolled together and I automatically flinch every time I see them. As you know I read a lot of Marvel on Unlimited and they hype new releases to you. I remember seeing this series being promoted and clicking through to the description, seeing Hordeculture and saying no. Their presence made me reject a free comic. Of course I knew in the back of my head that I'd eventually have to read it to keep up with X-Lapsed.

    The scene with Black Tom just made me think of my allergies. I imagine the Morlock healer is struggling to get round to the mortally wounded members of X-Force because he's got a mile-long queue of hayfever sufferers.

    The art was nice again and it was better than issue 1 so maybe by issue 4 we'll have a series that doesn't make me angry.

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