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In 2001, Marvel's X-Men comics had just gone through ten years of stagnation. In sharp contrast to the monumental changes Chris Claremont routinely introduced to the characters, the X-Men had become a safe comic afraid to take risks. In an attempt to finally shake things up, Marvel tapped Grant Morrison, writer of JLA and The Invisibles, to reinvent the X-Men for a new generation. And for the first time since Claremont's initial run, Morrison introduced sweeping and controversial changes, th ...
 
Inside Wall Street with Morris Sachs. Your trip is short. Recommended viewing: The Sting Trading Places Groundhog Day YouTube: Charlie DiFrancesca Full Length Speech 1989 Recommended Reading: 1.Modern Times - Paul Johnson 2. Atlas Shrugged- Ayn Rand 3. *redacted* 4. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator- Edwin Lefevre 5. Lessons of History - Will Durant Daily Reading : 13D, Grant’s, GaveKal, Macro Tourist, Daily Shot, Anthony Peters, Lyn Alden, David Zervos, John Authors, FT, WSJ, NYT, SCMP, Chi ...
 
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Xorn, the newest, most mysterious X-Man, gets the solo treatment. The guys discuss how well this works as a look into Xorn's head, but also address the controversy it generated after the fact given the later revelations of who Xorn really was. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 2 or New X-Men by Grant…
 
The conclusion to Imperial! Jean has downloaded Xavier's entire consciousness into her mind just as Cassandra Nova comes to the Institute for the final showdown with the X-Men, and Emma has her own plan. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morrison Volume 2: Imperial. Website In…
 
Cyclops and Xorn are at the mercy of the Shi'ar and Cassandra Nova, the Stepford Cuckoos and Angel put their plan into motion, and Jean attempts the impossible to save Professor X's mind. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morrison Volume 2: Imperial. Website Instagram Twitter …
 
While Cyclops and Xorn are taken captive aboard Lilandra's ship, the Imperial Guard attacks the Xavier Institute. Jean and Beast must protect the visiting reporters and students, leaving Wolverine to take on the Superguardians all on his own. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant …
 
As the Imperial Guard makes their approach to Earth, the Xavier Institute opens its doors to the press for the first time ever, with some interesting results. But all attempts at bridging gaps with humanity may be moot when Beast learns about Cassandra Nova's secret weapon! The "Imperial" story-arc continues. This issue is collected in New X-Men by…
 
Cassandra Nova is wreaking havoc in the Shi'ar Empire! Meanwhile back on Earth, the X-Men now know what Cassandra has done to the Professor, Cyclops is worried about Jean's powers, and Beast deals with his PTSD from Cassandra's attack. Also, there's a reference to Morrison's first work for Marvel. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morri…
 
In a completely silent issue, Jean and Emma attempt a psychic rescue of Professor X, whose mind is trapped inside Cassandra Nova's body. Of all of Marvel's 'Nuff Said issues, this was undoubtedly the most memorable and was even recently replicated. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by …
 
Germ-Free Generation concludes with the women taking center-stage. Emma goes full pugilist and Jean exhibits a very familiar and very frightening power signature. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morrison Volume 2: Imperial. Website Instagram Twitter Email…
 
Cyclops and Emma are at the mercy of John Sublime and Martha Johansson, Wolverine rescues Angel from the U-Men, and Jean and the students are left alone to defend the school. All this and we discuss the new fill-in artist, Igor Kordey. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morriso…
 
The U-Men are back after their appearance in the 2001 Annual, everybody at the mansion has the flu, and we're introduced to Angel Salvadore, who is probably best described as the anti-Kitty Pryde. All this and more in the first part of Germ-Free Generation. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New …
 
In the epilogue to E is for Extinction, we get our first fill-in artist, there are some love triangle twists, and we're introduced to the freaky new students of the Xavier School. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morrison Volume 1: E is for Extinction. Website Instagram Twitt…
 
The first and only annual of Morrison's run introduces a new format. The X-Men team up with Domino in China to find out the secrets of Feng Tu and its mysterious mutant prisoner, Xorn. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morrison Volume 1: E is for Extinction. Website Instagram …
 
In the wake of the Sentinel attack, 16 million mutants are dead and Genosha is a wasteland, Magneto appears to be dead, and Emma has undergone some changes. Morrison's first arc comes to a dramatic close. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morrison Volume 1: E is for Extinction…
 
Cyclops and Wolverine get attacked by Cassandra Nova's wild Sentinels, Jean has questions for the Professor, and Genosha's in for a surprise. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morrison Volume 1: E is for Extinction. Website Instagram Twitter Email…
 
The first issue of the Morrison run reintroduces the core team to new readers, establishes the status quo, and sets up a bold new threat. This issue is collected in New X-Men by Grant Morrison: Ultimate Collection Volume 1 or New X-Men by Grant Morrison Volume 1: E is for Extinction. Website Instagram Twitter Email…
 
In the debut of E For Evolution, Perry, Oscar, and Pat talk about how they became X-fans, discuss the state of the X-Men titles just before Morrison's run, and go through the "Morrison Manifesto," Morrison's initial pitch document for his X-Men run. Website Instagram Twitter Email由Perry Constantine, Oscar Owens, Patrick Lagua
 
In 2001, Grant Morrison took the reins of the X-Men comics and began a run that remains controversial and impactful to this day. Now 20 years later, three X-fans look back on his run, going issue-by-issue and discussing it in depth. Listen to E For Evolution: X-Amining Grant Morrison's X-Men at eforevolution.transistor.fm, Apple Podcasts, or whever…
 
Welcome back to our read of Grant Morrison’s run on Batman! For this episode, Peter insisted we read Resurrection of Ra’s al Ghul IN FULL… and he was WRONG, y’all. If you were thinking maybe you didn’t get enough of a summary from the stunning Chris Burnham summary pages in the Grant Morrison Batman omnibus we are here so you can witness our suffer…
 
It’s This Week in X for 30 June, 2021 – the final week of The Hellfire Gala! Actually, there’s just one Hellfire Gala issue this week – the final issue of X-Factor (2020) #10 – plus, the penultimate chapter of Cable (2020) #11. CONTENT WARNING: This issue contains overt themes of hate crimes, racially-motived violence, and sexual assault, which we …
 
Welcome back to Crushing Comics Book Club for Batman by Grant Morrison! In this episode, we (and the Morrison omnibus) continue our read to the introduction of The Black Glove in Batman (1940) #667-669. Then, we SKIP issues #669-671 to continue to the Death of Batman (but not in the way you think) in Batman (1940) #672-675. The Black Glove is a sto…
 
It’s This Week in X for 23 June, 2021 – the third week of The Hellfire Gala – plus EVEN MORE X-comics! Join Peter, Fariha, & Tyler as we discuss SWORD (2021) #6 (and Guardians of the Galaxy #15), Wolverine (2020) #13, Way of X (2021) #3, X-Men Legends (2021) #4, and highlights from Marvel Voices Pride. (Wolverine technically comes first, but becaus…
 
Welcome back to Crushing Comics Book Club for Batman by Grant Morrison – and, to our first episode discussing Morrison’s run that began in 2006. Content Warning: We discuss sexual assault from 27:00 to 32:45. In this episode, we discuss Morrison’s first arc with Andy Kubert – “Batman and Son” – in Batman (1940) #655-658. This story establishes some…
 
It’s part two of This Week in X for 16 June, 2021 – the third week of The Hellfire Gala! Join Peter, Tyler, & Harry as we discuss New Mutants (2019) #19 and X-Corp (2021) #2. (We discussed the epic Planet-Size X-Men in the previous episode.) In New Mutants #19, we cover the highs and lows of this cast who can so easily undress each other (figurativ…
 
It’s part one of This Week in X for 16 June, 2021 – the third week of The Hellfire Gala! Join Peter, Tyler, & Harry for a planet-size discussion of Planet-Size X-Men #1 – our coverage of this week’s other two issues will follow in a separate episodes. We cover the events that lead to these cosmic fireworks, the most memorable moments of art and sto…
 
Welcome back to Crushing Comics Book Club for Batman by Grant Morrison! This is the final of our three episodes of pre-reading to catch up on some of the themes, characters, and influences on Morrison’s run. Next week, Morrison begins! In this episode, we read the final 3rd of the Tales of the Demon TPB, which includes Batman’s unlikely marriage to…
 
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