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Episode 102, “Wanted: Wolverine! Dead or Alive!”

X-Men #120, April 1979

In Which We Learn That There Is No Shame Greater Than The Mid-Plane Walk of Shame, That Storm Would Be Perfect For Hair or Equus or Really Any Play Where She Can Hang Out Her Junk, And That, Yes, Banshee Did Try Adding Both Ginger and Honey To Hot Chamomile And Now Would Like You To Shut Up With All Your Home Brewed Throat Bullcrap!

Episode 101, “Twas The Night Before Christmas…”

X-Men #119, March 1979

In Which We Find That One Should Fear Nightcrawler And His Arsenal Of Swirlies, Indian Burns, and Red Bellies, That Colleen Wing Is Desperately Trying To Get On The Right Email Lists, or Phone Trees, or Maybe Just Set Her RSS Fields Correctly, And That Jean Does Not Understand Why Misty Knight Insists On Telling Her How Japan Is Super Boring And No One’s Boyfriends Ever Double Die There!

Episode 100, “The Submergence of Japan”

X-Men #118, February 1979

In Which We Learn That Colossus Has Both A Hulk Fetish And The Torn Pants To Prove It, That If Sunfire Drops Just One More “Woman” Epithet Then The Only Thing Left Capable Of Rising On His Torso Will Be His Sun, And That Wolverine Is The Best At What He Does And What He Does Is Love Anachronistic Geishas That Are Still Out of His League!

Episode 076, “The Doomsmith Scenario!”

X-Men #94, August 1975

In Which We Find That Nefaria’s Minions Were Once Just Plucky Orphans With A Can-Do Attitude And Songs In Their Hearts, That Nightcrawler Really Knows How To Help A Team Leader Relax, And That Most Credit Card Disclosures Actually Include A Regrettably Unstoppable Armageddon (RUA) Clause!

Episode 075, “Second Genesis!”

Giant-Size X-Men #1, May 1975

In Which We Discover That What The Mighty Mutant Colossus Really Wants To Do Is Rewire Your Office Intranet, That This Is Not The First Time Wolverine Has Had To Battle Giant Crabs, And That While Lorna Dane Wouldn’t Trade The Krakoa Experience She Shared With Storm For Anything, It Did Get Weird!

Episode 065, “The Coming Of Sunfire!”

X-Men #64, January 1970

In Which We Learn That No Marvel Crisis Is Complete Without The Abject Terror Of A Hippie, That Bobby Can Not Even Stand To Steam Clean His Carpets, And That If Your Uncle Asks To Take You To Your Childhood Home Always Be Sure To Get A Becquerel Count!