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skalchemist Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #54b (v1) : That's the first interesting Werewolf by Night story I can think of in a long time.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #54a (v1) : Ok, so I'm not buying that Wolverine would not recognize Bruce Banner. But, given the weird art non-sequitur on page 6 and the "mysterious character" note above, I'm going to give this one the benefit of the doubt and 3 stars that something interesting is happening.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Rom #75 : Right. Thanks Rom and Brandy for some good stories along the way. Certainly the best of the early-80s toy licenses that made it's way into the 616 universe.
 
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illcom94 Says:
Rom #27 : -1 star for Galactus laughing
 
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skalchemist Says:
Incredible Hulk #369 (v1) : That sucker punch is worth an extra star.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Fantastic Four #239 (v1) : I'm confused by all the love. It wasn't a terrible story, but it just sort of ends with no real resolution. Also, everybody just saying "Oh, we shouldn't judge this man. He only beats his child. Wtf? I hated it. 1 star.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Classic X-Men #31b : -Even though PX is terribly mischaracterized, I didn't hate this Nocenti tale.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Speedball #6b : -Love to see a 100% Ditko-free treatment of Superball Face.
 
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Raistlin903 Says:
Beyond! #6 : Lots of twist and turns in this series, with an ending I wasn't expecting.... for a title dealing with a lot of currently fringe characters (so sad for both Pym and Wasp), I'm curious to see where they actually go with one of the characters that obviously is going to show up again....
 
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dpaone Says:
X-Treme X-Men #46 (v1) : Very true rocket. This arc was before the current "big event" era. If this were 2005 forward, it would have been an 80+ part marvel event.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Rom #4 Annual : Nice, best ROM since the defeat of the wraiths. ROM works well when he mingles with the other cosmic characters.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Incredible Hulk #158 (v1) : 2 stars for what has already been said above. I wasn't really looking forward crashing the wedding. But, doing a 180 and going to Counter Earth and back in one issue is such a waste!!!

Cover Me - I like where Herb Trimpe signed his name!!!

Hot Air - For those complaining about no air, Rhino did say that there was an thin air shell around the craft. Of course, how he would know that? Also, the Leader says to activate the atmosphere simulator...

Cousin Oliver - I really think Adam & the Gang had to go home and watch Brady Bunch, or at least their version of it!!

Croaked - Poor Phrogg doesn't even get a listing...

?Question? - Didn't Jarella's race use the same shield design that the New Men are using??

Rebels - So was Porcunius and his gang originally with the Man-Beast?? Because, I don't think that the High Evolutionary would make more New Men. Since Adam's supposed to be taking care of the bad ones!!

'Nuff Said - "Then--there's an enemy alien loose on Earth!"-Counter Ross
 
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duncanm Says:
Eternals #4 (v1) : One could guess that since the Eternals appear to be forever young, that they don't fall into the traps that "old people" do of isolating one's self from popular culture and thus they would be up on all the newest lingo... well, newer anyways. Pretty sure they had ding-dongs before the mid 70s, if that is when this is supposed to take place.
"Ha, we have finally defeated Ikarus! Now since we can't kill him let's get rid of him so that he can be easily rescued by one of his allies rather than keeping him here where we can guard him and thus make sure that he's no longer an issue for us."
I'm sorry, but again everything just looks more and more sully as this goes on. From the different dumb looking monsters to the huge ass fire that would incinerate every living thing on the island of Manhattan, I honestly don't see how any of you can take this seriously. And did we really need to see Kro's O-face on page 10?
One last thing that once you see it you can't unsee it: Sersi is Professor X in drag.
 
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danico Says:
Comet Man #6 : I went into this miniseries expecting the worst and came out quite liking it. It's nice to be wrong sometimes!
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #153 (v1) : Wow, you guys are crazy. I thought this was something of a minor classic. 5 stars.
 
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Russ Says:
Sub-Mariner #28 (v1) : I'm not minding this ecological turn in the Sub-Mariner's stories. At least it gave the book and the character a purpose other than making war against the surface dwellers or stopping this week's insurrection and play for the throne. Plus, at the time, it was probably a novel concept to champion the environment. Well, at least hippies and commune residents were.

And the Brutivac? Just a souped up bulldozer, nothing else. I'm not even counting it as a villain or a super-weapon; just a tool, like the guy who ran it.

2 stars, though I think this direction has potential if Roy and Stan choose to stay with it.
 
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illcom94 Says:
Rom #26 : +1 star for the ending.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Defenders #149 (v1) : Confused mess. Scary that Angel is only the SECOND blind man to successfully fly an airplane in the Marvel universe.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Defenders #148 (v1) : I'll give it 2 stars only because this is goodbye to three completely insane characters.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Marvel Fanfare #26b (v1) : Huh. So they create this mysterious spooky character, and then never ever use him again. Nice move.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Web of Spider-Man #10 (v1) : I still can't make myself care about Dom Fortune.
 
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sleepyarmistice Says:
Wolverine #48 (v2) : Exactly how far did she carry those rollerblades?
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Incredible Hulk Annual UK #1981a : This was written so a 2nd grader could read it.
 
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spb Says:
Tales of Suspense #41 (v1) : seemed like a lot of filler at the beginning
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #228 (v1) : Maybe this will be explained later, but does Franklin really think his parents are freaks? Or was it the bully nature of the dweeb that brought that all out?
 
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spb Says:
Tales to Astonish #43 (v1) : it's been mentioned before but why didn't he weems just make himself younger to get his job back?

or he could have made a fortune making people younger and with that money built his own private lab or started his own his own company or bought the company he used to work for and fire the people who fired him

i'm unclear on how the age gun works

if he ages people by speeding up the movement of their atoms causing their tissues to age, then how does he make people younger again?

i think he would have been a more threatening menace if he didn't have the ability to make people younger

if ant man's outfit is made from unstable molecules that can change to match his size, why is it that when he gets old and skinny his costume starts to sag?

 
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Redsvetz Says:
Wolverine #10 (v2) : -Hard to complain about anything when you get all those sweet fisticuffs.
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #178 (v1) : If we're doing a time travel, where's Doc Brown and Marty McFly? Where's the Doctor and Clara? Where's Harrison Wells to remind us the consequences of changing the past?

1 star. By the way, I noticed that Odin's lack of ring didn't prevent the Asgardians from recognizing him as their true ruler.
 
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Katryn Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #99 (v1) : At least Peter has now told Gwen he has no money - baby steps.
 
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spb Says:
Journey into Mystery #92 (v1) : did anybody else notice the first half of this story is a whole lot like the thug thatcher story a few issues ago?

that bugged me
 
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spb Says:
Tales of Suspense #40 (v1) : the fight against the jungle cats at the circus made me chuckle
 
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Vancelot Says:
Fantastic Four #236 (v1) : Best FF issue in quite a while, maybe since the original Galactus story.
 
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Billstar2 Says:
Strange Tales #120b (v1) : Doctor Strange rarely walks in crowds...but when he does he drinks dos equis. He is the most interesting sorcerer. Not in this story but in some.

Barely interesting.
 
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melvillean Says:
Nova #9 (v1) : This drove me nuts in the last issue as well: Nova's options aren't chasing Megaman and letting his family die: they're chasing Megaman or saving his family.
 
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Katryn Says:
Daredevil #79 (v1) : Karen just broke into Foggy's apartment and sat in the dark waiting for him. Because that's not creepy.
 
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phogbear Says:
Captain America #198 (v1) : The second letter in the letters column has one of the best opening lines ever! For those that don't have access to the letters page here it is..

"After catching diabetes from the letters column in Captain America 195, ...."

The writer isn't actually that critical of the story as I thought it was going to be.
 
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Katryn Says:
Daredevil #78 (v1) : What the hell got that guy the nickname of Freak-Face?
 
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JWC Says:
Marvel Fanfare #39b (v1) : Yuck.
 
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Russ Says:
Chamber of Darkness #6a : Workplace rule #1: For best results and morale, it's generally a good idea to not insult your employees.
 
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dano357 Says:
X-Men Unlimited #32a (v1) : I think I saw every "Behind The Music" as a kid, and this is a great spoof of them and a clever way to reintroduce a lost character. Lila Cheney deserves one of these as well.
 
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