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Episode 118, “Dark Phoenix”

X-Men #135, July 1980

In Which We Discover That Nightcrawler Knows That Dying Is Easy But It Is Comedy That Is Hard, That Ironically Peter Rasputin Is Currently Reading The Golden Bough, And That In The 12-Step Program For Omnipotence, It Is That Amends Step That Really Eats Up All Your Time!

Episode 105, “Listen — Stop Me if You’ve Heard It — But This One Will Kill You!”

X-Men #123, July 1979

In Which We Discover That Ororo Must Be By Far the Cleanest Member of the X-men, That Colossus Has Finally Earned His Big Boy Pants, And That Arcade Has Managed To Merge His Three Greatest Passions: Homicide, Inflatable Latex, and Who Rock Operas!

Episode 074, “Cry Hulk, Cry Havok!”

Amazing Spider-Man #92, Incredible Hulk #150, Marvel Team-Up #23 & 38, The Defenders #15 & 16, Fantastic Four Giant-Size #4, Jan 1971 – Oct 1975

In Which We Learn That Havok Might Want To Start With Limited Sleepovers At First Then Maybe Throwing In a Toothbrush If Things Go Well, That There Is No National Monument, Treasure, or Public Work Of Art That Can Not Be Commandeered For Villainy, That Hoary Nether Realm Demons Describe Extreme Profanity As Swearing Like a Sorcerer Supreme, And That Mr. Fantastic Cut A Lot Of Corners On Fire Safety To Afford His Ludicrous Bell and Whistle Assortment!

Episode 044, “Red Raven, Red Raven…!”

X-Men #44, May 1968

In Which We Learn That The X-men Need A Canine To Help With Shackle Key Retrieval, That When Warren Watches The Lord of The Rings He Creepily Insists On Using Slow Motion For All The Hobbit Scenes, And That To This Day Professor X Can Not Even Eat A Peanut Without Weeping For The Memory Of Sally, Linus, And His Little Red-Headed Girl!

Episode 035, “Along Came A Spider…”

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!