Episode 125, “Days of Future Past”

X-Men #141, January 1981
“Days of Future Past”
Written by Chris Claremont, Pencils by John Byrne, Inks by Terry Austin, Lettered by Tom Orzechowski, Colors by Glynis Wein, Edited by Louise Jones, Editor-In-Chief Jim Shooter.

Jam A Firework Wherever A Spider Can!

In Which We Learn That Danger Room Brunch is the Deadliest Brunch of All, That Pillsbury Breads Should Never Be Substituted for any Feminine Hygiene Products, And That Somehow Walter Mondale’s Candidacy Was Even More Disastrous in X-Men Continuity!

Bobby Darrin Wouldn’t Last Three Seconds in a Mutant Apocalypse!

True Comic Book Crime

Horror struck the Witham, Essex home of Barry Spears (age 74) this New Year’s eve, as a giant bottle rocket shattered the night and, more importantly, shattered his decorative ceramic Spider-Man. Hearing a terrifying whiz, crash, and then boom, Barry went outside to find a three foot wooden stick jammed deep inside the bum of his most precious possession. “Just imagine you were standing there and it hit you, it doesn’t bear thinking about!”

The Fox Studios lot has fallen on real rough times.

Clearly it’s too late for first aid.

I’m sorry, my darling Peter. I looked and looked but couldn’t find a full bottle of Just for Men.

Worst fear of every teen age girl, bigger lumps in the back of your shirt than in the front.

Guess how many fingers I am holding up behind your back! Four? Really? You are a jerk, Kitty.

I’m going to guess they are in an Orwellian dystopia. Oh wait, that’s us.

In Russia termites break you!

After all these years, Abba is releasing a new album!

You don’t want to know where Fred puts that thing.

Oh, there is no question who dealt it.

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