Episode 035, “Along Came A Spider…”

X-Aspirations Episode 035
X-Men #35, August 1967
“Along Came A Spider…”
Written by Roy Thomas, Pencils by Werner Roth, Inked by Dan Adkins, Lettering by Jerry Feldman, Edited by Stan Lee.

Marvel Is Teaming With Spiders!

In Which We Discover That Xavier May Be Moving Into The Psychedelic Successories Business, That When Numbering Evil Henchmen Never Aim Numerically Low, And That The Number One Problem With Running A Picturesque Bed And Breakfast In A Restored, Old Mill Is The Constant Robo-Arachnoid Attacks!

Just Because He Is A Spider-Man Doesn’t Automatically Make Him Good At Basketball!

That is the sound of ultimate suffering. My heart made that sound when Rugen slaughtered my father. The man in black makes it now. His true love is marrying another tonight.

How was the battle with the killer Spider-Bot?

Ho-hum.

Due to a rare genetic alphabetizing disorder, Angel is not let near the filing cabinets.

Arrgh, now I can’t get the game back! Does it need to be on channel 3 or Line In? And what the does PCM 96 Hz mean? Intuitive, user-friendly A/V design, my ass!

Nobody wanted to hear any more of Scott’s Tapeworm discovery stories.

After Peter’s last “Lost Weekend” he woke up in an opium den in Chinatown, up to his elbows in Vietnamese whores, and covered in blood. On the plus side, it was there that he found this sweet banana-yellow wind breaker.

And so arrived Mork from Ork.

If the Robot could do this to itself, it would never leave home! Am I right fellas?!

Spidey always put on a little extra flex if he thought there might be any ladies watching.

JPL’s motto when designing satellites, “I love the nightlife, I love to boogie.”

Mrs. Spider-man always hated getting into bed with Spider-man.

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