me: the white hot room should be a terrarium
Cyclops and Havok vs a Sentinel, by John Byrne.
by Jason Johnson
So there’s a lot of shit going on in these Spider-Man Inferno Crossover comics, and very little of it has anything to do with Inferno, except that everyone’s nerves are getting frayed because there’s a demon inferno going on around them. Peter is still dealing with his ordeal with Mysterio from the last issue of Amazing Spider-Man, because Mysterio made Peter think the city of New York was coming to life, but by coincidence the city of New York really is coming to life because of the demon inferno. Harry Osborn is having amnesia flashbacks to when he became the Green Goblin for a spell, and that may be getting influenced by the Hobgoblin flying around his house and looking in his windows while he’s sleeping.
Poor old crippled Robbie Robertson is about to go to jail for accessory to murder, and is getting exactly zero shits and one big old stinkeye from his wife about it.
Peter is ritualistically having his privacy invaded by Mary Jane’s niece, who is staying in their apartment for some reason, seemingly because she ran away from home and wants to do drugs and go to night clubs.
J. Jonah Jameson is still an asshole.
And finally Gloria Grant is experiencing a whirlwind romance that is setting my heart aflutter with a mysterious rogue named Edwardo Lobo.
That’s a lot of pertinent shit to squeeze into 30 pages!! (Spectacular Spider-Man #146 – Jan 1989 – Inferno Crossovers)
The best panel of Uncanny X-Men #22
[ID comic panel of Scott Summers falling ass over teakettle and landing on his face. Off panel, someone yells, “SCOTT!” ]
I love the description “ass over teakettle”.
Aubrey Plaza in
LEGION S03E04 “CHAPTER 23”