Episode 028, “The Wail Of The Banshee!”

X-Aspirations Episode 028
X-Men #28, January 1967
“The Wail Of The Banshee!”
Written by Roy Thomas, Pencils by Werner Roth, Inking by Dick Ayers, Lettering by Artie Simek, Edited by Stan Lee.

Thus Spake Zugsmith To Ya!

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!

Flake Off, Ya Ramroddin’ Muffed Beef!

Poor Banshee was forcibly removed from the Sesame Street set before he even got to tell you that the episode was also sponsored by the number 3.

On November 13, The Ogre was asked to remove himself from his place of residence. That request came from his wife. Deep down, he knew she was right, but he also knew that someday, he would return to her. With nowhere else to go, he appeared at the home of his childhood friend, Banshee. Sometime earlier, Banshee’s wife had thrown him out, requesting that he never return. Can two divorced super-villains share an apartment without driving each other crazy?

This story would have taken a very different turn if the screaming mutant had been a Japanese man with a passion for fishing.

It has just occurred to Ted that with the steadily increasing miniaturization of electronics, it might soon be possible to place an entire high fidelity stereo within a portable system one could balance on their shoulder. A “booming box”, if you will. Also, a gopher just bit his scrotum.

Here’s a possible rental: Tiny one bedroom, metal capsule, located inside shell of a building. Harbor adjacent! Tire Fire views! Pipe smokers a plus.
No fatties.

Sure, you and I can tell it’s just Fruit by the Foot, but it makes Scott happy to feel useful.

Be cool, man. Be cool. He can not search you without a warrant.
Just ask him if he’s a cop. If he’s a cop, he has to tell you.

Once again, Jean’s passion for driftwood art pays major dividends.

When you got two superfluous nipples, better to just embrace it. Lather them up with reflective paint, remove your shirt, and take back the night!

Is any one even paying any attention to these David Blain stunts any more?

This week is Two Dollar Jalapeno Poppers at Bennigans!

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