X-Lapsed, Episode 272 – X-Men Unlimited #10 (2021)
X-Lapsed, Episode 272
X-Men Unlimited #10 (October, 2021)
“X-Men Green, Part Six”
Writer – Gerry Duggan
Art – Emilio Laiso
Colors – Rachelle Rosenberg
Edits – Amaro, Bissa, White, Cebulski
On-App: October 31, 2021
It’s Jeff! #10 (October, 2021)
Writer – Kelly Thompson
Art – Gurihuru
Edits – Go, Wacker, Cebulski
On-App: October 28, 2021
It’s Unlimited day… and X-Men Green refuses to quit!
What’s more, I fear it’s become sentient… having realized that it might just be the worst X-Men story ever put to paper, it’s now shifted from full-blown lecture mode into being an attempt at comedy!
… at least we’ve got It’s Jeff!
Plus – Mailbag, Shout-Outs, and more!
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I’m down for critiques and alternatives to Capitalism and its lifeblood incentive for us to prioritize a single thing over other people, other living things, our health, justice, our planet, which could link to the other topic this book slaps us with: the environment. And I’m also down for a critique and suggestions on us who think we do our part but really we’re not doing enough. I take longer showers than I should, leave electronics and lights on, use my non-hybrid/electric car too often, continuously buy plastics, still own polyester and other man-made clothes and sheets, use plastic bags, probably throw the wrong thing in the recycle bin, etc. I could use help! I could use info on things to look out for and ways to be sure my actions and purchases are not hurting others, myself, or my world. I could use info on how tweaks to my daily life routine can lessen my part in the destruction of the world around me. But I don’t have much use for being told Capitalism is bad and the environment is good in a condescending manner that immediately will make most people defensive and provides nothing substantive anyone could use to tweak their thinking or adjust their lifestyle and the shame about this series is that’s all it does.