X-Men #33, June 1967
In Which We Discover Why The List Of Required Mystical Components For Doctor Strange Always Includes A Sleeve Of Golf Balls, That Licorice Candy Based Bondage Is On The Upswing, And That Andre 3000 May Actually Be A Demon Banished To A Crimson Hell Dimension. Try To At Least Look Surprised.
X-Men #32, May 1967
In Which We Find That The New York Night Club Scene Is Notoriously Lax On Age Enforcement, That To Ride With Satan’s Saints You Must Be Prepared To Dine On An Incline, And That While Technically The Juggernaut Is Unstoppable, Sometimes He Just Can Not Deal With The Hassles of Modern Air Travel!
X-Men #31, April 1967
In Which We Learn That Having A Pole Off Is Half As Sexy And Twice As Painful As It Sounds, That Warren Is Not Man Enough For A Full Quadrilateral, And That If Jean Does Not Want To Come Off As Too Easy She Should Stop Bringing A Full Change Of Clothes On Every Date!
X-Men #30, March 1967
In Which We Discover That Hybrid Mythical Creatures Get The Ladies, That The Beast Has A Heartless Mistress and Her Name is Baccarat, And That No One Wants To Hear The Story Again Of How Your Magic Enabled Uther Pendragon to Father His Son Arthur With Igrain, The Wife of His Enemy! Look, We All Did A Lot Of Crazy Things In The Time Of Legends, But The Rest Of Us Grew Up And Got Jobs!
X-Men #29, February 1967
In Which We Learn That There Are A Suspiciously Large Number of Revolutionary War Munitions Sites Near The Xavier Mansion, That Underpants Do Not Qualify As A Uniform No Matter How Frosty, And That Androids Like Their Beverages Warm Just Because They Know No Other Way.
Five Miles South of the UniversePart One The X-men have been going into outer space for almost as long as there have been X-men. The far reaches of the Universe were the perfect get-a-way for the mutant who wanted to leave behind the prejudices and hatreds of home and take on some simple, old-fashioned adventures. […]
X-Men #28, January 1967
In Which We Find That One Should Always Hand Hank The Proper Tool If You Know Whats Good For Ya, That Factor Three Bases All Their Technology On Nipple Play, And That While Banshee May Not Know Art, He Knows What He Likes: Tobacco!
X-Men #27, December 1966
In Which We Discover That Long Distance Vault Diving Is The Sport Of The Future, That Most Future Technology Can Not Be Shared In Polite Company, And That One Should Always Check Whether The Man Of Your Dreams Has Any Brothers. Play The Odds, Ladies!
X-Men #26, November 1966
In Which We Learn That Early Morning Telepathy Could Be A Million Dollar Idea, That The Professor Likes To Pretend He Has Marvel Girl Pants, And That It Is Essential To Prevent Icy Build-Up On All Of Your Solar-Powered Snake Stelae!
X-Men #25, October 1966
In Which We Discover That The Xavier Fortune May Be Built On Orphanage Fraud, That El Tigre Should Not Hold His Breath Waiting For a World’s Greatest Boss Coffee Mug, and That The X-Men Will Take Any Opportunity To Ditch Paying Their Mini-Bar Tab!