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Despite being one of the founding members of the X-Men, Iceman has only had two limited comic series dedicated to him over the years. In addition to this he received top-billing, along with Spider-Man and Fire-Star, in two advertising supplements. You can find out more about these series in the chronologically arranged list below.

Spider-Man, Fire-Star and Iceman at the Dallas Ballet Nutcracker

Spider-Man, Fire-Star and Iceman at the Dallas Ballet Nutcracker Released: Winter 1983
Writer: Jim Salicrup
Artist: Jim Mooney
Number of Issues: 1
Summary: A 16 page advertising supplement released with the Dallas Times Herald.



Spider-Man, Fire-Star and Iceman: Danger in Denver!

Spider-Man, Fire-Star and Iceman: Danger in Denver! Released: 1983
Writer:
Artist:
Number of Issues: 1
Summary: A 16 page advertising supplement for May D&F released with The Denver Post. Bobby, Spider-Man and Fire-Star's vacation in the Colorado Mountains is interrupted when they enounter The Abomination who is attempting to break into NORAD in order to take over the world. The trio save the day (and the President!) and resume their spelunking/camping trip.


Iceman, Vol. 1

Iceman, Volume 1, Issue 1 Released: December 1984 - June 1985
Writer: J.M. DeMatteis
Artist: Alan Kupperberg
Number of Issues: 4
Summary: On a visit home, Iceman finds himself falling for the girl next door, Marge, but their burgeoning relationship is interrupted when her house is destroyed by agents of Oblivion. Facing trouble at home with his parents, Iceman finds himself travelling back in time and inadvertently causing the death of his young father. To set things right, Iceman must reunite Marge with Oblivion, who turns out to be her 'father', against her wishes even though he knows this means he will loose her forever.

Iceman, Vol. 2

Iceman, Volume 2, Issue 1 Released: December 2001 - March 2002
Writer: Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning
Artist: Karl Kerschl
Number of Issues: 4
Summary: Upon learning that he has a son with his old girlfriend, Opal, Iceman travels to Hong Kong where he is told that the boy is ill and only Iceman's own genetic materials can save him. Soon after he is attacked which causes his powers to flare out of control. With the help of Foe-Dog, the mystical guardian of the shantytown he washes up in, Iceman goes after his son unaware that Alain Weiss is using the boy as bait to trap Iceman and use him as part of his plan to graft mutant body parts onto human hosts.

The Classic Marvel Figure Collection # 33: Iceman

The Classic Marvel Figure Collection # 33: Iceman Released: September 2006
Number of Issues: 1
Summary: Illustrated with panels pulled directly from the comics and including highly detailed facts, this magazine profiles Iceman by looking at his 'Life and Times', 'Classic Moments', 'Amazing Secrets', 'Who's Who' and 'Behind the Scenes'. In addition, it comes with an 86mm lead figurine.