Episode 116, “Wolverine: Alone!”

X-Men #133, May 1980
“Wolverine: Alone!”
Written by Chris Claremont, Pencils by John Byrne, Inks by Terry Austin, Lettered by Tom Orzechowski, Colors by Glynis Wein, Edited by Jim Salicrup, Editor-In-Chief Jim Shooter.

Holding On For A Hero Til The End of The Line!

In Which We Find That Unlike Folgers, Wolverine Is Not Good To The Last Drop, That Bjork Has Nothing On Moira MacTaggart’s Fashion Sense, And That Jean May Have Just Earned Herself ALL The Racial Sensitivity Seminars. To The End of Time!

Ironically, Dumb Waiters Are Extremely Thought Provoking!

Two real life superheroes, the Petoskey Batman (aka Mark Wayne Williams, left) and his rival Bee Sting (aka Adam Besso, right). Formerly friends, they now fight for control of the supergroup, the Michigan Protectors.

Possibly the most famous real life superhero, Phoenix Jones may also be one of the most effective. Among his more recent exploits is the intervention in the pistol whipping and possible attempted murder of a man in his home town of Seattle, leading to the arrest of the culprits.

The number of real life superheroes appears to be growing exponentially and internationally. In Australia, Wheel Clamp Man (left) fights for the common man (and their wheel clamped cars) with a angle grinder and a pair of rainbow socks, while China appears to have created a superheroine franchise with their Redbud Woman (right), protector of the homeless.

Wolverine plays hide and seek on a whole different level.

A detailed description of a good tickling can be worse than the act of tickling itself.

Ultimate library checklist: Tons of open space. Wall of books. Giant roaring fire. Iron wall rings for easy manacle attachment.

One chair.

Q: How to tell if she is ready for that first kiss?

A: Lean in close.If she pulls back, she is not ready. If she puts on a corset and tortures her friends for your amusement, she’s ready!

Hmmm, maybe what’s bugging me is the fact that you are clearly going to a Religious themed costume party tonight and you didn’t invite me!

And there’s a time for sexy Wolverine abs… The best there is, am I right, ladies?

“Scott And The Giant Cotton Ball” never achieved the hoped for book sales.

Not one Musketeer ever won a sword fight while wearing a man bag. That’s straight up history.

The second rule of Colonial Fight Club… No adamantium claws.

What some men call tragedy, I call a typical Friday night at my neighbors, the Nelsons. Followed by Scattergories!


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