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gloomyharvester Says:
X-Factor #4a Annual : Beast is really taking the opportunity to get comfy riding Jean.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Iron Man #125 (v1) : Seriously though, nobody eats more gravy than the French.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
New Mutants #5a Annual : Most annuals suck, but some annuals suck harder than others.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Fantastic Four #123 (v1) : Thunderbolt Ross needs to be busted down to private and put on latrine duty. His knee jerk, shoot first policy has never helped, and has made a lot of situations worse.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Fantastic Four #122 (v1) : There's a few issues of scale and timing (particularly how long did it take Sue and Reed to get accross town, into space, onto Galactus' ship, and back), but all the other awesomeness more than outweighed any quibbles.

I want to specifically call out the scene with Sue and Reed hauling across town for being an awesome visual that you don't see anywhere else.

Finally, echoing everyone else, Galactus needs pants.
 
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KennyOmega Says:
Strange Tales #127a (v1) : "What charity is it for kiddo?"

"I don't know, but it must be an important one to afford a race like this."

And that's the reason they need an leader and should shut up and listen. I don't want to read another "Torch don't want to be the kid in the group" issue. Enough!
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Avengers #18a Annual : Ouch. Reading this makes me glad most of the Atlantis Attacks arc is not on Marvel Unlimited.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Fantastic Four #121 (v1) : I know! It's like, get ahold of yourself, Johnny! You personally know two people who can do *exactly* that (Sue and Aerio of the Inhumans). Three, if he knows the Vision. Not to mention a bunch more people who can fly.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Avengers West Coast #50 : Nice to see fixing Tigra is such a big priority. Right after we solve this mystery!
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
West Coast Avengers #45 (v2) : Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of the Avengers...
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
West Coast Avengers #43 (v2) : Wonder Man and Mockingbird are the out-of-control mullet patrol.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
West Coast Avengers #44 (v2) : So many Canadian atrocities. Weapon X, dismantling Vision, Bryan Adams...
 
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bill_the_cat Says:
Thor #388 (v1) : I didn't like the Celestials the first time around. This time is better, at least it is readable. I still don't like it.
 
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MattDog37 Says:
Marvel Team-Up #88 (v1) : She's back to being the "Invisible Girl" again?
 
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Russ Says:
Marvel Presents #2 (v1) : Yeah, this is a slight improvement, but still not very good. I have a hard time believing that some alien would grant a caveman some powers out of the goodness of his heart, but hey, stranger things have happened.

2 stars. The best part of the story? Two words: Mammoth Wrestling!
 
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Russ Says:
Marvel Presents #1b (v1) : And here I thought, even at their worst, that Marvel had better quality control than this. Okay, so we have a guy that fights monsters, that's not a bad concept, but nothing about this guy seems plausible in any way.

1 star.
 
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Russ Says:
Marvel Presents #1a (v1) : Good grief, what a mess. The premise behind this series has some potential but this part came off awkward and pointless. Not the way you want to start a series if you want it to last for more than a couple of issues.

That stone on Bloodstone's chest looks a lot like that gem that changed John Jameson into the Man-Wolf. I thought it looked familiar, but clearly it's a different stone. Or is it....?

2 stars. Giving it a chance, but the second part needs to improve and expand on what was presented here.
 
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Russ Says:
Amazing Adventures #31 (v2) : This actually was a little better than the majority of the previous issues in this series. There actually seemed to be a point to everything instead of having the story wander aimlessly. I think we readers deserved a break today.

Don McGregor's text on the second page was a bit chilling. I thought he described America in 2017 pretty well, albeit through the filter of Killraven's world. It's like there's a touch of sociology major in him.

3 stars. Still, this series has a long way to go before it becomes interesting again.
 
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MattDog37 Says:
Hulk Comics UK #30 : Only two pages.
 
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Katryn Says:
Doctor Strange #5 (v2) : Here's hoping Clea gets to do something with her new power boost.
 
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grayrender Says:
Beauty and the Beast #4 : I was miffed by Hank's apparent out of character rage, until I realized it was Flynn's doing.
 
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grayrender Says:
Beauty and the Beast #4 : Probably something to do with Flynn making him so emotional/volatile.
 
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butters911 Says:
Avengers #188 (v1) : Haha I too can become 'hard as diamond' sometimes.
 
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butters911 Says:
Avengers #187 (v1) : The Wasp, kicking Mordred's ass. She's getting stronger, preparing to defeat the X-Men in secret wars.
 
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grayrender Says:
Beauty and the Beast #3 : The lipstick scene was really offputting.
 
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grayrender Says:
Beauty and the Beast #3 : Agreed, but that isn't saying much.
 
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blueballs9 Says:
Iron Man #56 (v1) : IF he's fighting with transistor power again he may need to update the spare armor he leaves at the mansion.
 
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butters911 Says:
Avengers #186 (v1) : Oh yes Quicksilver, listen to that well known....Bovine...logic? WTF?
 
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trogon Says:
Fantastic Four #319 (v1) : This is the issue that finally made me register just so I could give it a one-star rating. Utter nonsense.
 
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Titens Says:
Captain America #318 (v1) : At one point I thought this was going to be essential for the new helmet or the van...
 
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blueballs9 Says:
Iron Man #55 (v1) : I do so hate it when evil prances and struts.
 
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Titens Says:
X-Factor #4 (v1) : Artie was the only saving grace for this cheap soap opera issue.
 
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butters911 Says:
Iron Man #125 (v1) : This is fun stuff, although before reading this arc, I was hoping the alcoholism would be in play a bit more.
 
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blueballs9 Says:
Iron Man #54 (v1) : WTF. I threw up in my mouth while reading this.
 
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Titens Says:
X-Factor #3 (v1) : Once again, this comic stays in the fine line between bad and good... that "should be 2 stars but I'm giving it 3 anyways" level.
 
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Russ Says:
Strange Tales #179 (v1) : Warlock is fulfilling his promise under Starlin's watch. The story itself was a little messy, but the visuals were dazzling and the arc itself is developing into an epic. What Warlock did to Autolycus was....horrific, yet it left me wanting to learn more about that soul gem.

4 stars, and Pip the Troll, too! This is the Warlock I was waiting to read when I first started the Order.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
West Coast Avengers #42 (v2) : Tigra massacred that pillow.
 
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blueballs9 Says:
Iron Man #53 (v1) : Officially skimming Friedrich book at this point.
 
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Titens Says:
X-Factor #2 (v1) : I never thought that Mercedes Sosa (and argentinian folk singer that used to look a lot like the fat Karma) would be popular, or even known, in North America... that was a funny surprise.

As for this issue, not good, not bad... but at least not as stupid as the first issue.
 
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mvaughn16 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #38 (v1) : Anyone else get the feeling Ditko sandbagged the art on this farewell issue? It might be the reprint I read, but it was just sloppy scribbles compared to his early stuff.

Oh well, enter the Romita Dynasty.
 
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