X-Men #24, September 1966
In Which We Find That With Tanks of Napalm And Compressed Butane Gas Strapped To My Back I Will Fear No Evil, That One Can Never Underestimate The Emotional Impact of 19th Century Hermit Garb, And That While Your Peers May Appreciate Your Commitment To Your Science-Themed Costume, It Is Unlikely To Get You Tenure.
X-Men #23, August 1966
In Which We Discover Why The Smell of Fresh Milk Drives Beast Into A Frothing Frenzy, Why Nefaria Has The Soft Hands of A Lady of Leisure, and That Beltway Bellboys Expect A Certain Level Of Valor From All Guests, Wheelchairs Be Damned!
X-Men #22, July 1966
In Which We Learn That The Giant Robot Colosso Just Wants A Minute of Your Time To Discuss The Problem of Ground-In Dirt, That Count Nefaria Won’t Be Able To Decide Which of His Super Henchmen He Will Miss Most of All, And That Beast May Like To Drink The Cherry Cola: C-O-L-A Cola.
X-Men #21, June 1966
In Which We Find That Mutants Have No Concern For The Welfare Of The Working Equine, That Ultrabot Epilson Was Probably Always Picked Last For All The Robo-Ball Teams, And That The Sirian Slave Workers Look So Delicious You Could Eat Them With A Knife And Fork!
X-Men #20, May 1966
In Which We Learn That Cyclops May Need To Top Off His Juice, That The Super Weapon Of Lucifer MAY Be Overcompensating For Something, And Sector B Totally Rules While Clearly Sector A Drools!
X-Men #19, April 1966
In Which We Discover Why Not All Civil War Antiquities Belong On A Mantlepiece, Why Experimental Chemistry Has No Place In The Home of The Single Dad, And Why It Is So Freaking Hard To Keep One Working Sugar Dispenser On Every Damn Table!
X-Men #18, March 1966
In Which We Learn The Only Brotherhood Magneto Should Be Concerned With Is The International Brotherhood of The Teamsters, That Some May Confuse Angels With Eggies, And That One Should Never Bring an Ultraviolet Inspection Light Into Xavier’s Guest Room Unless They Are Prepared For a Sight They Can Not Ever Unsee!
X-Men #17, February 1966
In Which We Learn That To Keep His Apartment Xavier May Need To Convince His Landlord Mr. Roper That He Is Light In The Loafers, That Cyclops’ Optometrist Would Like To Invite You To His Gun Show, And That Beast May Have Renewed His Membership For The He-Man Woman Haters Club!
We lie down and take in this latest mutant escapade! Check out what we thought of this X-Prequel.
X-Men #16, January 1966
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.