#35: Mutants Now! Mutants Forever!
(Not So) Live from Asteroid G
It's the dawning of the Age of Apocalypse as the Not So Live crew takes on the X-MenX-Men featured heroes distinctly different from those featured in the pages of DC Comics. Mutants who didn't ask for their powers (and very often didn't want them), these heroes, who constantly fought against humans who didn't want "muties" around, served as metaphors for oppression and racism. Their powerful stories would form this group into one of the most recognizable superhero teams in comics (and a successful series of movies as well).Launched in 1963 and written by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the . Find out which movies are the best, who played the roles better, and just how many times we can work Tom Cruise into a movie series he never once appears within. It's a gift. A mutant gift.
This week's episode of (Not So) Live from Asteroid G features special guest commentator Queen B.