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Gecko Says:
The Human Torch #21d : So murder-mystery is the thing now that the war is over. To bad they're not good
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Incredible Hulk #265 (v1) : The Rangers weren't too bad, but I'm not big into Westerns. 3 stars for trying.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Marvel Graphic Novel #22 : Note, I wrote that comment before reading the comic :P
 
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kungfufan Says:
Tales to Astonish #87b (v1) : That's a super tip. I think I'll do just that. Cheers!
 
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JWC Says:
Planet Terry #4 : This isn't so bad. It's like reading an Archie story. Reading twelve in a row might be a little much, but luckily Unlimited has only graced me with the first four.

Side note: I wonder why they only put the first four on there. The end of issue four doesn't seem like the end of an arc. Unlimited is a strange and wonderful app.

Side note two: I also wonder how Terry works his way into the main stories of the 616. He obviously gets aged-up judging by his "appearances" picture. Sercret Wars (2015 edition) maybe?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Alpha Flight #63 (v1) : -This was pretty goodl, but it would've been much cooler to read in the 80s.
-Love that computer "tape."
 
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Katryn Says:
Astonishing Tales #8c (v1) : What I learnt from this issue: Dr Doom is tall. Then I learnt it again. And again. 6 times, in fact, in 10 pages, we're told that Dr Doom is tall.
SOMEONE EXPLAIN TO GERRY CONWAY THAT A COMIC BOOK HAS PICTURES!
 
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Katryn Says:
Astonishing Tales #8b (v1) : You know the comics code is loosening up when you have cops shot in passing and guys getting threatened with acid baths.
 
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Urgat Says:
Tales to Astonish #89b (v1) : Oha, Gil Kane' Art is getting better already, that was quick. He must have practiced all month. The Art was way more sustainable this Issue around.
 
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Urgat Says:
Tales to Astonish #88b (v1) : And even after the first 100 Issues, there were many that had, by far, more 1* potential than this

Although I am with you here, the art alone made it 1* for me, and of course Boomerang couldn't make up for it although he was not as bad as I thought. This was a major step back in art-quality.
 
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Urgat Says:
Tales to Astonish #87b (v1) : I am sorry but i can't reassure you on this matter because I lack the information but I can say to you:

YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

I think there always will be new and old threatening (super-)villains for our Heroes to beat that maybe might have to power and/or skill to defeat even some of the most powerful heroes. And if it will change or develop in time as we go further and further in the order...that imho is all part of the "fun" and "purpose" of this great order.

Maybe a tip:
If you get weary of the order, or you think you might get. Take a break and maybe start a more modern order (Ultimate). 1 day out of 7 I read the Ultimate Order just for the refreshing difference in both art and writing-style. And with that I get a sense where the order is heading on its long way, and that keeps me going ;-)
 
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Urgat Says:
Tales to Astonish #86b (v1) : This Issue was one of the worst Hulk stories until now...

First using the transformation Banner <-> Hulk merely as plot device to deal with that missile in what ...4 panels ? BAD

And after that, this dumbest of dumbest decision to activate that anti-hulk-humanoid (made by an genius super-villain) in midst of New York.

Also we see Rick hiding the Hulk in an abandoned warehouse, one linking of the eye later....he fights the humanoid in another part of the city....DC's Flash would become pale with envy

Sorry but NO! 1*
 
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Urgat Says:
Tales to Astonish #86b (v1) : 5 Plusses and no Minus, only 2 Stars...how many more plusses does a story need to become 5 star *head-scratching* ;-)
 
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Urgat Says:
Tales to Astonish #89a (v1) : Or "as I know it would"
 
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kungfufan Says:
Avengers #36 (v1) : Well, the Maximoffs are back. And I'd hoped this was Ultron, but no. A couple of mistakes here, I'm sure others have pointed out: web-head instead of wing-head, Goliath inked as Cap when the very next panel Widow says Cap's not in the Ultroids' hands.
Also, this has gotta be like the third or fourth issue in a row when a character has told us they're blacking out. I blacked out once... you don't know it's happening. It just happens in - as the Marvel team would say - a microsecond.
 
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Marvel Age Says:
Power Pack #23 (v1) : Franklin Richards is going to be messed up after walking in on his mom worrying she may one day have to battle him. "Young man, get back to bed. Sweet dreams!"
 
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Russ Says:
Fantastic Four #105 (v1) : I'd been waiting to read Fantastic Four since it had been awhile after the Magneto arc, but this one was kind of hard to read. Right, Johnny's always going to have a fit anytime he's separated from Crystal; Ben's near obsession with regaining his human form and Reed working on that for him; and Susan taking a shopping trip while Agatha watches Franklin (even when Sue's not playing hero she doesn't have her son). But you'd think dealing with a threat they're involved in would warrant some priority. It didn't this time and I'm having a hard time reconciling that plot point. At least Johnny realized the goof and took himself to task for it (pg 16 pn 2).

The situation did give Sue a chance to show she's a lot more powerful than others give her credit for. Holding that creature in her force field shows, while she's still more defensive at this point, she can more than hold her own against most baddies, even the powerful ones.

3 stars. Reed couldn't have worked on something to help Crystal function in the environment where pollution affects her this way? Clearly, Stan intends to end the relationship between her and Johnny.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Monsters Unleashed #1 (v1) : 3 stars mainly for the 1st app of Solomon Kane! I like the art, but not the mentally challenged demon!! I think it would've been better if mad cousin Gideon actually looked like a ghost!!!

"Nuff Said - "Come forward, spawn of hell...and be dammed to ye!"-Solomon Kane
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Marvel Graphic Novel #22 : Heh. Tordenkakerlak means "thunder cockroach" in Danish. Not a type of roach I know of though.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Incredible Hulk #263 (v1) : Could have been better... at least there was no misunderstanding fight.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Power Man and Iron Fist #120 (v1) : Horrible ending. But the comic had been sailing for a while so fair choice to call it. At least I know there will be more explanations coming at a later time.
 
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owenneil Says:
Savage She-Hulk #17 (v1) : Thank goodness this whole falsely accused of murder nonsense is over. That sort of thing really wears on me.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Moon Knight #13 (v1) : Lol the last few panels made up for using the Jester.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Fear #9b : 2 stars for the original Where's Waldo?!!

No Prize - The character appearances list this as Cagliostro's 1st app, but only his journal appears!!!

Credit Due - @Redsvetz: I agree about the art; especially the lovely assistant!!!

Cahoots - @duncanm: The police know that a locked door is nothing to a master magician!!!

'Nuff Said - "Folks aren't satisfied when everything isn't spelled out for 'em!"-Marko the Greatest Night Watchman
 
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Russ Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #99 (v1) : Really good issue. Sure it's filler, and it's marking time before the issue #100 milestone, but it's a setup for the future, and the story itself is organic enough to the overall narrative. The classic run isn't done yet, not by a long shot.

I liked Peter getting aggressive with JJ. First smacking some drug dealers around the previous issue; and now taking a stand on his employment and photo sell rates so can marry Gwen. I think it's a great turn on his personality, and could even set up some plot points later on.

And, of course, the socially relevant storylines continue. This time, addressing prison conditions. I thought it was cool that Spidey took the prisoners' side once he found out the real story behind the riots. Only thing I didn't like was the angle where one guy used the issue the gain his own personal ends. That's already seen a lot of use in stories of the time.

Finally, you'd think Johnny Carson was taking notes about the last time Spidey appeared on late night TV (Amazing Spider-Man #82).

3 stars. @Katryn: Peter already told her about his monetary problems in the aforementioned issue #82.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Not Brand Echh #12f : 'Nuff Said - "Well, so much for heavy readin'!"-Hawkeye
 
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owenneil Says:
Ghost Rider #60 (v2) : That was a very hasty wrap up. That probably could have had a couple more pages for a more nuanced ending than the supporting character stating the lesson he learned.
 
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Russ Says:
Daredevil #79 (v1) : Gary Friedrich may have helped save this arc, but it was still a tough read. And the villains are just forgettable. I have to give props to Gene Colan though. His art may not be real consistent, and they've had numerous inkers during his run, but he's held the pencils for this book for a long time now.

My curiosity was a little piqued to see the reunion of Foggy and Karen. I don't think she's permanently returning to the book, but if there's an advancement to the subplot between her and Matt, I'm for that. Anything to stop the whining already.

2 stars. We just continue to run in place here, folks.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain America #264 (v1) : I hope this means a return to multi-issue arcs. This was a good tie-in to the last 3 issues.
 
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yert1981 Says:
Uncanny X-Men #197 (v1) : I guess I just don't like Arcade issues.
 
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Russ Says:
Daredevil #78 (v1) : The way DD has been going on about Karen lately during his fights, I'm surprised he hasn't lost more of them. Get your head in the game, dude!

I agree that Gerry Conway's earliest efforts are hard reading. The guy was fresh out of high school and simply not ready to crank out the ideas his peers were producing on a monthly basis. If anything, reading comics from this time period as suggest in the Order reveals how tough it probably was to locate talent to keep up with the demand. Conway will come into his own eventually, and one of his greatest characters is just a few years away. But in the meantime....

As for the story itself, typical DD fare of the time. A fair plot, uninteresting villains, and typical soap opera pining. I'm wondering what's up with Foggy, but that's barely holding my interest too.

2 stars. Hopefully Man-Bull won't make us say in exasperation "Man this is bull!"
 
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JWC Says:
Silver Surfer #17 (v3) : This seemed to wrap up a little quickly. That being said, it was pretty good.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : YES! The Hate-Monger is back...said no one...1 star.

Healthcare - You'd think that Fury would get checkups by SHIELD medical...

Stormtrooper - Some assassin, he shoots at Fury three times point blank range and still misses!!!

Psychotron - Those are some crappy looking dinosaurs...just sayin'...

Top Heavy - That's some beehive that Frau Kline is sporting!!!

Blind Obsession - @MattzLadd: I agree about the nutty Dr. Professor Kaupfman! At first he acts all surprised when he finds out who the Hate-Monger is. Then he said he's been working for him for thirty years??!!!

Briefing - Fury & the Gang are all surprised that the Hate-Monger is back in action. Even though Laura Brown was working undercover in his lair??!!!

BAROOM - @Katryn: I agree about all of the nuclear weapons going off! There wouldn't be any of the island left for Fury & the Gang to paddle from!!!

'Nuff Said - "Well, follow me and wonder at the unending genius of the Aryan mind..."-Hilarious Hitler
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Classic X-Men #12b : Magda left Anya sleeping at home while she went shopping? Magneto should have left her! Not the other way around.
 
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Neskit Says:
Incredible Hulk #205 (v1) : One of the best Hulk issues to date. This was really good.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Sgt. Fury and his Howling... : You made my day. Thanks.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : 3 stars for Fury goin on a Magical Mystery Tour!!!

Cover Me - Like others have said above...a very surreal cover!!!

Splash - Great image of Fury falling through a stained glass window!!!

Road Trippin' - I love the fact that SHIELD uses a Volkswagen van!!!

Touched By An Angel - I think it would've been better if Fury saw Pamela Hawley in Sister Angela!

'Nuff Said - "Ya can't trust your instincts if you're drugged!"-Nick Fury
 
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Locust75 Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : 'Nuff Said - "I ain't exactly headin' for the rest room, Charlie!"-Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD
 
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Durango55 Says:
Warlock #11 (v1) : First the "Wahooo! This is more fun than brown eyeing!" from Pip in a prior issue, then this issue's "For the sake of the Great Coprolite!"

Naughty naughty Jim Starlin.
 
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Katryn Says:
Astonishing Tales #10 (v1) : When Ka-Zar punches Gerhad - do you think Gerhad's father will hear of this?
 
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