Episode 047, “The Warlock Wears Three Faces!”

X-Aspirations Episode 047
X-Men #47, August 1968
“The Warlock Wears Three Faces!”
Written by Gary Friedrich and Arnold Drake, Layouts by Don Heck, Pencils by Werner Roth, Inked by John Tartaglione, Lettering by Artie Simek, Edited by Stan Lee.

Also Included: “I, The Iceman”
Written by Arnold Drake, Pencils by Werner Roth, Inked by John Verpoorten, Lettering by Joe Rosen, Edited by Stan Lee.

Drake Brings His Sense Of Doom!

In Which We Discover That Iceman May Be Hiding A Herniated Disc, That Hippie Thugs Make Up For Their Mindless Brutality With A Strong Commitment To Multiculturalism, And That The One Thing The Warlock Fears Above All Else Is The Textile Industry!

Hey, Bobby-Boo, I Am Smarter Than The Average Mutant!

Hank, Vera, and Zelda were starting to have doubts that Bobby actually knew a place where they could “score some brews”.

There’s only one kind of dance here at the Cafe a Go Go.


[slurp] This coffee brings back such memories. Remember that Parisian waiter? What was his name?
Jean Luc!
[slurp] Hey, do you remember when he slapped you in the back of the head?

The original Charlie’s Angels concept went through several revisions.

While Beast understood the general principles of skiing, he seemed fuzzy on the details.

Bobby’s failure to escape the Build-a-Bear stuffing station led to both his demise and one extremely awkward birthday present.


The crowd cheered on the Beast, at least, until the flood waters rose and the tragic shortage of sandbags became apparent.

This wasn’t the first time Bobby made an ice hand to give himself an extra assist.

Try as he could, The Warlock could not get into Miles Davis’s electric stuff.

I’m Mister White Christmas,
I’m Mister Snow.
I’m Mister Icicle,
I’m Mister Ten Be-


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