Scott Gramling [Big Boss] (Editor-in-Chief, Wizard Entertainment Editorial); Joe Yanarella [Longarm] (VP/Sr. Managing Editor, Wizard Entertainment Editorial); Mel Caylo [Sundown] (Editorial Direction, Wizard Entertainment Editorial); Mike Searle [Highway] (Executive Editor, Wizard Entertainment Editorial); Zach Oat [B.P. Vess] (Editor, Toyfare: The Toy Magazine); Adam Tracey [Buttons McBoomBoom] (Managing Editor; Toyfare: The Toy Magazine); Justin Aclin [Dr. BadVibes] (Senior Editor, Toyfare: The Toy Magazine)
The on sale date is taken from the previous issue. This refers to the comic store on sale date; the newsstand date is 2007-04-24.
The individual issues of this series are each less than 50% comics. Only
comics sequences are indexed and cover scans are accepted only if the issue has 10% indexed comics content.
Zach Oat; Justin Aclin; Jon Gutierrez; Sean T. Collins; Chris Ward
Dave Quintesson; Iron Man; Robert Downey, Jr.; Daredevil; Katie Powers; Thing; Wolverine; Professor X; Captain America; Nick Fury; Mr. Fantastic; Spider-Man; Hulk
Iron Man and Robert Downey, Jr. are found guilty of drunk and disorderly conduct. Iron Man is sentenced to 28 days in rehab. After he sobers up, he decides alcohol is a threat to society and petitions Congress to bring back prohibition. He shows them videos of his own drunken exploits. Captain America opposes him. Iron Man gathers his team of himself, Mr. Fantastic, and Spider-Man. To increase their numbers, Iron Man plans to clone Spider-Man.
"Back to School The Second Semester"; action figures; Atlantis; beer; bottle opener; Budweiser; Chaplin; Chuck E. Cheese; Cloak; Dagger; daiquiri; fumetti; helicarrier; Hooters; Labatt's; Night Thrasher Estate; People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals; prohibition; Russell Crowe; Sam Adams; Stamford Connecticut; Thor; Twisted Toyfare Theatre; Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters; yellowjacket