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Tower of Iron Will

All who enter the Tower regain 100 sanity points.

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Machine of Death: A Collection of Stories About People Who Know How They Will Die
Randall Munroe, James Foreman, K. Sekelsky, Camron Miller, John Chernega, David Michael Wharton, K.M. Lawrence, Jeffrey C. Wells, Vera Brosgol, Kit Yona, J. Jack Unrau, Jeff Stautz, Aaron Diaz, Matthew Bennardo, Yahtzee Croshaw, Douglas J. Lane, Brian Quinlan, Kate Beaton

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X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever - Max Bemis, Michael Walsh

Bailey is a perfectly ordinary high school kid, until he has his "you're a wizard Harry" moment and learns he is a mutant. Unfortunately he has a power that can only be used once and then he dies, which is like having no power except kind of worse.


The X-Men have always been about misfits and outcasts, but Bailey's ordinariness makes him an outcast among outcasts. The title and cover art make it look like Bailey is going to be MAD magazine's Alfred E. Neuman as an X-Man, but the tone is more pathos than comedy.