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Danger Room #228: Freedom is a Four-Letter Word!

The Uncanny X-Men 206The Uncanny X-Men #206 from June 1986 titled “Freedom is a Four-Letter Word!”

Featured are Storm, Rogue, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Kitty Pryde, Rachel Summers, Jessica Drew, Lindsay McCabe, David Ishima, Sabrina Morrel, Amanda Sefton, Judith Rassendyll, Blob, Avalanche, Pyro, Spiral, and Spider-Woman.

Also included in this episode is commentary on Iron Man Annual #8, New Mutants #41, X-Factor Annual #1, and X-Factor #5.

Theme Music:
Lazlo Hollyfeld – Buffaloallamericacity

Storm gets ready to take on a gang Rachel Summers throws a tantrum Rogue/Spiral takes out Colossus

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Danger Room #227: Wounded Wolf

The Uncanny X-Men 205The Uncanny X-Men #205 from May 1986 titled “Wounded Wolf”.

Featured are Wolverine, Katie Powers, Spiral, Cole, Reese, Macon, and Lady Deathstrike.

Also included in this episode is commentary on New Mutants #40 and X-Factor #4.

Theme Music:
Lazlo Hollyfeld – Buffaloallamericacity

Scary Wolvie BWS quality rendering Lady Deathstrike

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Danger Room #214: The Spiral Path

The Uncanny X-Men 199The Uncanny X-Men #199 from November 1985 titled “The Spiral Path”.

Featured are Cyclops, Wolverine, Rogue, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Kitty Pryde, Rachel Summers, Professor X, Moira MacTaggert, Magneto, Valerie Cooper, Mystique, Destiny, Blob, Pyro, Avalanche, and Spiral.

Theme Music:
Lazlo Hollyfeld – Buffaloallamericacity

Cyclops knows all the angles The transformative power of evil? Magneto's eyebrows create a wedge

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Danger Room #213: To The Ends of the Earth

Longshot 6 Longshot 5 Longshot 4Longshot #4-6, New Mutants #32, Amazing Spider-Man #266, Alpha Flight #27, Captain Britain #10, Defenders #148, and Secret Wars II #4 from September 1985 to November 1985.

Titles include “Can’t Give it All Away!”, “Deadly Lies”, “A Snake Coils…”, “To the Ends of the Earth”, “Jump For My Love or Spring is in the Air”, “Betrayal”, “African Nightmare”, “The Kickshaws Consignment”, and “Love is the Answer!”

Featured are Storm, Dazzler, Longshot, Ricochet Rita, She-Hulk, Spider-Man, Dr. Strange, Mirage, Cannonball, Sunspot, Wolfsbane, Magma, Magik, Warlock, Doug Ramsey, Black Cat, Toad, Frog-Man, Spider-Kid, Heather Hudson, Northstar, Aurora, Talisman, Shaman, Snowbird, Sasquatch, Puck, Karma, S’ym, Spiral, Mojo, Algrim the Elf, Molecule Man, Volcana, and the Beyonder.

Theme Music:
Lazlo Hollyfeld – Buffaloallamericacity

Pointless Spider-Man cameo The silent scream of one who has seen the whole of the universe Mojo and Spiral just hanging out downtown

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Danger Room #211: A Man Without a Past!

Longshot 3 Longshot 2 Longshot 1Longshot #1-3, Alpha Flight #26, Captain Britain #9, Dazzler #39, Defenders #147, and Secret Wars II #3 from September 1985 to November 1985.

Titles include “A Man Without a Past”, “…I’ll Wave to You From the Top!”, “Just Let Me Die”, “If At First You Don’t Succeed…”, “Winds of Change”, “…and Games!”, “Deathgrip”, and “This World is Mine!”

Featured are Dazzler, Longshot, Ricochet Rita, Spiral, Kingpin, Molecule Man, Volcana, Jarvis, and the Beyonder.

Theme Music:
Lazlo Hollyfeld – Buffaloallamericacity

Early Spiral Ricochet Rita and Longshot Hitch! Spineless Beings

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TFICast 148: The Lifestyle Spiral

Jeremy and Erik revisit Jeremy’s revolution/revelation theory.  Erik expands the theory to include a lifestyle curve.  They try to map out the previous generation, the current generation and the new generation.  It’s then they realize they have no idea what the kids want.  Using seminars, training courses and personal observation they try to figure out what it is that the kids want.  All of this is then put back into Erik’s lifestyle spiral theory.

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