Episode 29: X-Men First Class

Groovy! Far out! Hip!

We're traveling back to the bouncing 60's where the men drank whiskey and the big name actresses paraded around in their undergarments! The fantastic fellas from the SP10 podcast are here to talk X-Men First Class, the FIRST attempt by Fox of muddying the hell out of the X-Men timeline.

But not the last!

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