X-Men: Death Becomes Them is the very first continuity-wise and was created first chronologically, apparently. I find it odd that there’s continuity in these cartoons.
The cartoon that Kistler first told us about is here and I only tell you about the original source so you can go click some ads for capitalism’s sake.
Revisiting Profit rips on the Age of Apocalypse, the X-Traitor, and raises the question on just how is it an aging bald dude in a wheelchair managed to stop this immortal shape-changing giant from conquering the world. It also mocks the X-iles. I’ve said too much.
Then there’s House of M – Part 1. I impatiently wait for Part 2.
The cartoonist also created a hilarious and insightful Star Wars cartoon, a boring Star Trek parody and something that will touch you deeply if you were ever a fan of Square 1 TV on PBS so many years ago. Ninja’s Mistake is also hilarious and quite unexpected.
The author-creator of all of these if Matt Gardner and he was the creator of a KeenSpot webcomic which I will now mock simply because A) he quit doing it and B) he maintains that it is his home page. It’s a combined reason.