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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain Britain #9 (v2) : There's no flow. The bits and pieces I'm picking up are good, but it's missing the glue to keep it together.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain Britain #8 (v2) : The fight with the kiddo mutants was really lame... ended too quickly.
 
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MrGeekBoi Says:
New Mutants #98 (v1) : Okay I KNOW Rob Liefeld can draw eyes it just seems most of the time he wants to draw characters squinting because I guess that's supposed to convey emotion...?
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Incredible Hulk #104 (v1) : Boy, Rhino found out quick that he was out of his league.

I like Severin's art, but I don't feel like she's advancing, layout wise, the way, say, Gene Colan is.
 
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grayrender Says:
Defenders #116 (v1) : That was only marginally better thsn the Suess issue.
 
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logan49 Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #33a : You know what they say, when the Van Brukk hits the fan! Brutal way to go!
 
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GroovyGolem Says:
Fantastic Four #86 (v1) : Am I the only one who thought this was great? This was a great pre-cursor to the finale, as we get a non-stop action build-up to a surprise conclusion with Sue somehow teleporting halfway across the world to arrive just in time to save the day, somehow knowing that Doom was about to blow up the whole village.

A textbook example of Silver Age storytelling at its finest!

I've also really enjoyed the Latverian flair that all of the backgrounds have. Who do we thank for this... Kirby or Sinnott? I wonder.

The only thing that would have made this better would have been on the scene where Reed is clawing at the roof as the shingles break away as his legs are getting pulled on, it would have been son cool to see him stretch his fingertips to their fullest in a desperate attempt to grab the robot control unit.
 
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MattDog37 Says:
Daredevil #160 (v1) : Did they screw up the use of epilogue and prologue?
 
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fragsel Says:
Night Raven: House of Cards #1 : That was good story, but parts of it are really confusing...
I read it, and than skimmed it several times while adding characters to the database, and I still don't know what did Augie do? Why was he killed? What did he have to do with Vinny being dead? And why ten bullets exactly matching the "Ace, King, Queen, Jack, ten" scenario?
If someone can explain it to me, please, do!
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain Britain #7 (v2) : After Jeeve's stint with Captain, he goes on to host an unsuccessful search engine.
 
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Parn Says:
Quasar #25 : Two almost naked females just walking around. I don't have anything against it but it is just weird. Skimpy swimsuits outside beach or pool.
And oh man how I hate Moondragon.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Spider-Man #7 : For his first storyline on Spider-Man, Todd McFarlane spent five issues to tell a story that amounts to "Spider-Man and Lizard have an awesome fight in an abandoned building that falls down!" To follow it up, Todd McFarlane concentrates very hard and now spends only TWO issues to tell a story that amounts to "Spider-Man and Hobgoblin have an awesome fight in an abandoned building that falls down!" Maybe eventually he will be able to convey this kind of gripping plot development in a single issue!? Or a half-issue? New twist this time: the third "mystical" participant isn't an evil voodoo lady, it's Ghost Rider! Plus Spider-Man has to save a kid. Wow, where does McFarlane get these amazing ideas?
 
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logan49 Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #32b : At least they didn't say Gepetto got swallowed by the whale.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Uncanny X-Men #271 (v1) : *looks at Cameron Hodge as drawn by Liefeld* Uh... what is this supposed to be?! I can't even tell
*looks at Cameron Hodge as drawn by Bogdanove* OHHH I get it, he's a super creepy inhuman cyborg!
*looks at Cameron Hodge as drawn by Jim Lee* OH MY GOD
 
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metasynthie Says:
Uncanny X-Men #270 (v1) : Jim Lee: amazing mechs & musculature, cringey backbreaking-bikini-shots.
 
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UncannyWeaponX Says:
Generation X #1 : Good start to Generation X. I like all the students and their powers, which is almost the opposite of how I felt about the New Mutants when they started.

I'm not sure if the first issue needed to introduce a villain though. I think it would have been fine to just focus on character development and an introduction to what life is going to be like at the school. Like what's their day to day curriculum going to be? But I guess they needed a reason to have some action.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain Britain #6 (v2) : Heavens ta Betsy!
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain Britain #5 (v2) : Incest is a game the whole family can play... even if they are from alternate realities.
 
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logan49 Says:
Joker Comics #2b : I can't bring myself to read this part of the order. Not my cup of tea. The only part of this order that I will be skipping. I only live once, and I would rather use my time reading the other orders. Rant over, thanks for reading.
 
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Drax Says:
Iron Man #274 (v1) : Hey kids, here's a math problems for you. There used to be 10 dragons each wielding a ring of power to control the ship. One was killed by a warrior on a horse. 5 others died before the dragons learned to alter their appearance. How many dragons are left?

Answer: There are 10 dragons left, because there are 10 rings obviously!
 
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Drax Says:
Iron Man #273 (v1) : JB, you're a good writer, but would it pain you that much to pick a book you are not writing or at least inform yourself of what is happening in other books. Natasha has been an active Avenger for almost a year of publishing time, so there's absolutely no need for her to sneak into Avengers Mansion or to be introduced to She-Hulk...
 
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logan49 Says:
Sub-Mariner Comics #5b : Gi-Hi must use Miracle Grow on her hair. One panel it's burning off, the next the hair as regrown. Magic!
 
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illcom94 Says:
Team America #7 : This is so bad it makes me rethink all of my 1-star ratings up to this point.
 
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UncannyWeaponX Says:
Wolverine #87 (v2) : Good issue and character development with both Maverick and Wolverine. I want more issues like this and less with stupid crap like Elsie Dee and Albert.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Uncanny X-Men #172 (v1) : Interested to see what's up with that Pheonix vision. Seems out place in this story...
 
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logan49 Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #32a : That was actually a nice little whodunit stoy, with a couple of twists. An improvement on the other whodunit Torch stories that were done beforehand.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain Britain #4 (v2) : Well, this was just weird...
 
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UncannyWeaponX Says:
Wolverine #85 (v2) : Phalanx is dumb as hell, but the developing relationship between Cable, Scott, and Jean is always really interesting to read. Cable is just a great character in general. Also, his gun in this was cool how it had to slide up and down the track on his shoulder since it was probably too large to hold otherwise.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Captain America #110 (v1) : When Steranko started back on Strange Tales, he began doing unorthodox things with panels and white space. Soon, most of the other artists were beginning to break out of their boxes (I think Gene Colan is the most successful with it thus far). This is why it's amazing to see in this issue where Steranko is *still* doing novel things with panels, like wrapping the white space around a figure to highlight them (page 14) or following a figure's contour (page 16)
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Doctor Strange #177 (v1) : A Satanimish-mash?
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Doctor Strange #176 (v1) : I love the art and the panel layouts, though it made it kind of tough to read on my Phone.

I like to think that, in the extent of the good doctor's rogue's gallery, these guys are basically a nuisance, and he's sort of exasperated through the whole issue.
 
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MrGeekBoi Says:
Namor the Sub-Mariner #12 : The end of this arc just kind of fizzled for me...
 
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Katryn Says:
Strange Tales #169 (v1) : As much as there are parallels to Doctor Strange, at least Strange needed convincing that magic was real. Jericho flat out says he doesn't believe in voodoo, sees nothing to change his mind on this, but when the old guy asks him to become his student, he agrees straight away. Was there something in that food he was given that made him really suggestible?
 
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bill_the_cat Says:
Captain America #310 (v1) : I hate that there are Marvel comics in the Marvel universe. It's not cute, it's not trippy or mind blowing, it's not funny. It annoys me and interrupts my ability to get lost in the Marvel universe.
 
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bill_the_cat Says:
Longshot #1 (v1) : This crap goes on for 6 issues? I am sure I told better stories when I was 5. This is pretty much unreadable and a waste of time. The art is ok, I guess my advice is look at the pictures and skip reading the words.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain Britain #3 (v2) : Looks like Sloth had one too many Baby Ruths.
 
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Russ Says:
Captain Marvel #28 (v1) : What everyone else has said....the Thanos War arc has been impressive so far, and one of Marvel's best. When you have a minor villain like the Controller, and Thanos makes him into a guy who can take out the Avengers without a problem like that, you know you're in for a real barn-burner.

Part 2 was the section that really made this issue, though. The scene with Thanos and Drax was quite chilling, thanks to Jim Starlin channeling Steranko. You can see the influence there. But Starlin makes the cosmic look even more psychedelic than Steranko did, if such a thing is even possible!

4 stars. Anxious to see what's next.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Thor #362 (v1) : I don't care. That scene with the Executioner, and the narration with it, gave me goosebumps. That alone gets 5 stars.
 
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gmonkey Says:
NFL Superpro Special Edition #1 : Funny how doping here is strictly between pharmaceutical companies and a few bad apples. Those poor franchises have nothing to do with it.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Doctor Strange #175 (v1) : "Timmy, are you conducting Satanic Rituals down there?"
No, Mom. They're not Satanic! They're just...Satannish....
 
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