What happens when you have a wonderful Marvel franchise that’s had a string of crappy games? Eventually you have to get something good, right? Well GOOD NEWS EVERYONE! WE FINALLY GOT IT!

Listen in as Miles Stokes from Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men comes on to talk  X-Men for the Sega Genesis. I promise you, this one is totally x-ellent.

Learn such things as:

  • Who really should have been in this game?
  • Which characters are just named so perfectly it’s uncanny?
  • What crazy thing did you actually have to do in order to beat this game?
  • How did a wonderful Greek mythology comic from Matt Gardner come up? And does it really matter why? Because I really like it and I want an excuse to share it with you.
  • And so much more!

If you want to be a guest on the show please check out the Be a A Guest on the Show page and let me know what you’re interested in.

If you want to help support the show check out the Play Comics Patreon page or head over to the Support page if you want to go another route. You can also check out the Play Comics Merch Store.

Play Comics is part of the Gonna Geek Network, which is a wonderful collection of geeky podcasts. Be sure to check out the other shows on Gonna Geek if you need more of a nerd fix.

You can find Play Comics @playcomicscast on Twitter and in the Play Comics Podcast Fan Group on Facebook.

You can find Miles over at @XPlaintheXmen or @thelightningand on Twitter or over at the official sites for Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men or The Lightning and the Storm.

Thanks to Chris and Steven of Is This Adulting? for that sweet sweet intro drop.

A big thanks to Tawny and George from The Dirty Bits as well as Megan and RJ from Oh No! Lit Class for the promos today.

Music by Best Day, whose music can almost make sense of the Marvel universe. Just kidding, nothing can do that. And that’s why I love it.

Chris Osborne
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