X-Men #43, April 1968
In Which We Discover That Marvel Comics May Have To Institute Mandatory Drug Tests For All Of Its Super-Speedsters, That Magneto Needs To Stop Buying Creepy Marital Aids For His Lackeys, And That There Is A Reason Hank McCoy Lost His Olympic Torch Relay Eligibility!
X-Men #42, March 1968
In Which We Find That Xavier Suffers From Mechanically Induced Incontinence, That Earth Annihilating Machines May Require Additional Child Safety Features, And That The X-Men Should Consider Tricking More Of Their Most Fearsome Foes Into Local Fast Food Eateries!
X-Men #41, February 1968
In Which We Learn That The Professor Needs To Chill The Heck Out With The Demerits, That Vera Expects Her X-Men To Go All Night, And That The Beast Can Smell What The Sub-Human Is Cooking!
X-Men #40, January 1968
In Which We Discover That Angels Rush In Where Fools Fear To Tread, That Hundred Year Old Reanimated Corpses Are Terrible At Movie Trivia, And That If No One Is Going To Do Any Of The Reading, Xavier Wonders Why He Even Bothers!
X-Men #39, December 1967
In Which We Find That The Best Fog Lights Are .50 Caliber Machine Guns, That The Alarm Clock And Suitcase Bomb Industries Are Dangerously Intertwined, And That Doublemint Gum Has Finally Gotten Into The Lucrative Hairless Genius Market!
X-Men #38, November 1967
In Which We Learn That It Is Important To Bring Your Giant Candy Bar And Jellied Nitroglycerine In Separate Bags, That Italy Is Dangerously Overpopulated with Multi-Vowelled Cities, And That Xavier Needs To Show Us Exactly Where The Mutant Master Touched Him!
X-Men #37, October 1967
In Which We Discover That Factor Three’s Mom Is Going To Be So Pissed When She Sees They Have Gotten Into Her Good Cookware, That Beast Can’t Stop Drawing To The Inside Straight, And That If You Face The GuardBot You Won’t Be Sitting Down For A Week!
X-Men #36, September 1967
In Which We Learn That Thanks To The Unions All Our Super-Jobs Are Going Overseas, That Next Time A Man In An Exoskeleton Returns A Book Late You May Want To Just Let It Slide, And That We Can Forget About All The Single Mothers, The Real Problem Is All The Damn Welfare Professors!
X-Men #35, August 1967
In Which We Discover That Xavier May Be Moving Into The Psychedelic Successories Business, That When Numbering Evil Henchmen Never Aim Numerically Low, And That The Number One Problem With Running A Picturesque Bed And Breakfast In A Restored, Old Mill Is The Constant Robo-Arachnoid Attacks!
X-Men #34, July 1967
In Which We Learn That The X-Men Have Been Naughty, Naughty Boys, That New York Pay Phones Are Both Phallic and Profane, And That Whether Your Skin Be Pink, Orange, Or Sickly Yellow, It Is All The Same In The Dark!