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Marvel’s Wastelanders
Thirty years ago, Super Villains won. After killing the Avengers, the X-Men, and nearly every other Super Hero, the Red Skull assumed the office of President of the United States. Since that day, a traumatized Wolverine (Robert Patrick) has wandered in a daze of survivor’s guilt and self-loathing over his failure to protect his fellow X-Men and their mutant students. Wolverine encounters Sofia, a young mutant in-hiding and vows to transport her into the safe hands of estranged former X-Men Kitty Pryde and Rachel Summers. When the Red Skull and his top lieutenant Crossbones frame Wolverine...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 457 ratings
I wanted to like this, but it’s so bad that I couldn’t even stand to finish the second episode. Terrible writing, terrible voice acting, and the sound effects are so noisy that large sections of the dialogue are incomprehensible. Robert Patrick as Wolverine is a predictably bad casting choice —...Read full review »
BassoonMuscle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/20/24
All the wast landers are the best
I think the bad words are bad so please try to take some out
fjgmn via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/13/24
3.5 stars
3.5 ⭐️ It was good but they relied on miscommunication too much which is very annoying. All the women seem to make weird rash decisions for some reason.
AmberMaber via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/27/23
Recent Episodes
Sofia gets an unexpected visitor while Wolverine, Rachel, and Kitty descend on the White House for a final showdown with Red Skull.
Published 08/15/22
When tragedy strikes, Kitty vows revenge on Red Skull. Meanwhile, Logan gives Sofia some self-defense pointers, and attempts to make amends.
Published 08/08/22
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