Episode 016, “The Supreme Sacrifice!”

X-Aspirations Episode 016
X-Men #16, January 1966
“The Supreme Sacrifice!”
Written by Stan Lee, Layouts by Jack Kirby, Pencils by Jay Gavin, Inked by Dick Ayers, Lettered by Art Simek.

Cameo, Cameo On The Wall, Who is The Fairest Stan of All?

In Which We Learn That Mutants Are Better Globe Fodder Than Falling Snow, That The Crystal Power Lobby Might Be More Powerful Than I Previously Thought, And That No Matter How Big The Problem There Is A Wrench Big Enough To Fix It.

Beware the Philly Fanatic!

These compact fluorescents save energy, but they take a while to warm up and don’t come on right away. And then there is the fact that they run on mutant souls.

Sentinel Zero knew that love between him and the automated tennis ball serving machine was forbidden, so he could only stand there stoically as all his plans for retiring to that little lighthouse off Cape Cod were disintegrated to dust.

If this doesn’t cleanse my chakras, nothing will!

No one had the heart to tell Hank he had simply stepped on a box of LEGO Mindstorms.

57 channels and nothing on.

Home Depot has a whole aisle dedicated to large, blunt objects designed to smash machinery gone mad. It is right next to home furnishings.

New Year’s Eve 2004 — The less said about it the better.

The worst part about rooming with the Master Mold is that he has no respect for the common areas. At least hang a sock on the door or something!

2 Responses to “Episode 016, “The Supreme Sacrifice!””

  1. Susan Thatcher says:

    I like big bolts and I cannot lie, you other brothers can’t deny
    That when a girl walks in with a great big wrench a
    and a big bolt in your face
    You get sprung, outta that snow globe

  2. xteam says:

    You have a future in X-Men song parody.
    -Sir X-Men-A-Lot

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