In a time before the MCU, before X-Men, before even Blade, it was the mid-90s. Comic book adaptations were ropey at best.
One such example at trying to put superheroes on screen was this forgotten TV movie: Generation X.
Based on the Marvel comic of the same name, this X-Men spinoff didn't quite set the world alight. In this episode, Morgan explains why.
- More dodgy accents Don Cheadle would be proud of
- Where did the budget go?
- The brilliance of Sweet Valley High's theme tune
- The strange use of 'Muffin Man' as an insult
- Why Stretch Armstrong is a better superhero than Skin
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