Order Listing   Title Listing   Comic Box Listings   Group Listings   Story Arc Listings   Character Listings
CMRO Order Header
Main Reading Order
Core Reading Order
Ultimate Reading Order
Golden Age Reading Order
Expanded Reading Order
All Reading Orders
Comments Header
 

Comments from Newest to Oldest

 
View By: 10 25 50 100 250    
Sort By: votes newest
Daredevil Says:
Tomb of Dracula #37 (v1) : @duncanm I'm assuming the hand is silver, but I guess we'll find out soon enough!
 
Marvel Comments
 
AwesomeSauce Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #3 Annual : This feels very proto-crisis and I don't mean that in a good way.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Gecko Says:
Namor the Sub-Mariner #1 : I've checked, he actually stays for more than 30 comics. Not bad
 
Marvel Comments
 
Leander Malurt Says:
Fantastic Four #77 (v1) : About as meaningless as the last ish. And why would Psycho-Man look for them, instead of just letting them die of hunger or something. Seriously, some of these villains are just to stupid. Three stars.
 
Marvel Comments
 
bill_the_cat Says:
Thor #344 (v1) : Wow Balder has let himself go.
 
Marvel Comments
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Power Man and Iron Fist #105 (v1) : This series has lost its luster. Looks like it may be getting the can soon.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Leander Malurt Says:
Fantastic Four #76 (v1) : It's almost as though I'm wondering what actually makes this wish essential. 3 stars.
 
Marvel Comments
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Daredevil #209 (v1) : Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi... you're my only hope... oh wait, wrong one.
Help! I need somebody, help! Not just anybo...... wrong one again!
 
Marvel Comments
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Daredevil #208 (v1) : That last panel was creepy af. Hell, this whole issue from beyond the grave is creepy.
 
Marvel Comments
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Doctor Who Magazine #87 : "If I can't have it, no one can". Sounds like my 4 year old sharing with her baby sister.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Redsvetz Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : -Seems an unsuccessful attempt (so far) to rekindle that 60s Fury excitement, but the art is nice.
 
Marvel Comments
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Doctor Who Magazine #86 : No amount of Daleks could save this story.
 
Marvel Comments
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Doctor Who Magazine #84 : Hopefully this will make sense soon.
 
Marvel Comments
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Alpha Flight #10b (v1) : Wow, if that's not outing someone out of the closet, I don't know what is.

Honestly, though, this is a weak origin.
 
Marvel Comments
 
1
Gecko Says:
New Mutants Summer Special #1 : After Reading: Why didn't anyone kill me?
 
Marvel Comments
 
Redsvetz Says:
Uncanny X-Men #248 (v1) : -I hate Nanny.
 
Marvel Comments
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Alpha Flight #9b (v1) : No wonder Aurora is cray, given her strict upbringing.
 
Marvel Comments
 
g2thet Says:
New Mutants #28 (v1) : You hit the nail right on the head!
 
Marvel Comments
 
g2thet Says:
New Mutants #27 (v1) : While the story is good, IMO, the art holds it back a lot and loses the ish a star. 3 Stars
 
Marvel Comments
 
Gecko Says:
New Mutants Summer Special #1 : Before Reading: 68 pages of The Nocentimoralism. Why don't someone kill me now.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Gecko Says:
Incredible Hulk #373 (v1) : No no Rocket, at the moment we got Puny, Green and Gray
 
Marvel Comments
 
grayrender Says:
Incredible Hulk #277 (v1) : Also, can we take note of how many of the super teams have a token hairy dude?
 
Marvel Comments
 
grayrender Says:
Incredible Hulk #277 (v1) : This writing is garbage, but since it's canon, let's pick out a gem and get judgy, shall we?

Gen. Ross: "It just goes to show that, if the government does nothing -- somebody in the private sector will eventually do something." Thanks, Ronald Reagan.

Also, Betty's apple looks like it didn't fall too far from that particular tree.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Pope_Snarky Says:
Journey Into Mystery #123a (v1) : Hail Eris!

Well, those were the days, my friend.

Snarky
I prefer to think of myself as an ever-being, constant life force.
 
Marvel Comments
 
gmonkey Says:
Daredevil #290 (v1) : I'd argue Ann Nocenti is the most improved writer in the order. It's a giant gulf in quality between this and her beginning on Daredevil.
 
Marvel Comments
 
MrGeekBoi Says:
Avengers #251 (v1) : The Vision's dream was a trip!
 
Marvel Comments
 
Allencthulhu Says:
Fantastic Four #51 (v1) : Oh, and we find out that Ben's moping has been due to our villain. Subtle but good.
 
Marvel Comments
 
1
Allencthulhu Says:
Fantastic Four #51 (v1) : Five stars. Make me cry at the end of a story, you get five stars.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Vancelot Says:
The Thing #19 (v1) : Get the Thing back on Earth!! This is awful.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Allencthulhu Says:
Avengers #29 (v1) : Man, I wish Wasp would just use the swimsuit. Her costume, especially compared to Goliath's is horrid.
 
Marvel Comments
 
grayrender Says:
Incredible Hulk #275 (v1) : Ugh. Last-page cliffhangers are supposed to fill you with dread about what happens to the protagonist in the next issue.


This one fills me with dread about how campy the next issue will be.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Allencthulhu Says:
Tales to Astonish #80a (v1) : I have given a new name to Behemoth. From now on he shall be known as "Mr. Bubbles"!
 
Marvel Comments
 
Allencthulhu Says:
Tales to Astonish #79a (v1) : And to add to the fun, the sign was a blood donation sign that said "Give +" So he gave it to them.
 
Marvel Comments
 
sleepyarmistice Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #130a (v1) : Each chapter of this story made less sense than the last. Where did they find these people who were writing in to the letter columns? They all seemed to think that everything MCP printed was a work of genius.
 
Marvel Comments
 
2
Russ Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #123 (v1) : Sure, this issue was a bit of a let-down from last issue, but then again any story was going to be a let-down. That said, the fight between Spidey and Luke Cage was actually quite entertaining and used a number of elements from both characters' pasts to build on some development for them. Also, we're seeing a brand new status quo settle into the series after the developments of the last arc.

First off, Mary Jane. I think her character is being handled really well since that last page from the previous issue (AKA, the "the closing the door" final panel). We've always seen her carry a torch for Peter in the past and it's pretty evident she's always cared about him. But she was friends with Gwen, too, and she's trying to help Pete while coming to terms with her own pain and loss. We're seeing her mature literally overnight, yet, there's still that "party girl" intuition that makes their interactions a bit awkward. She's going about it the wrong way, but it's the only way she knows at the moment.

The relationship between Peter and Harry has really gotten chilly to the point of hostile. Is Harry really pissed off at Peter for taking off on him last issue? Like @Locust75 said, the Osborne clan seems a few beers short of a six-pack.

I think Spidey telling Cage about his starting out using his powers for money has brought the wall crawler full circle. As other commenters stated last issue, his predicament reminded him why he got into the hero habit in the first place and that's what prevented him from beating the Goblin to death himself. As much as I thought it would be more interesting to have Spidey lose control and maim or even kill Norman, I'm glad he stopped and remembered who he was.

4 stars. Really good issue, building on the new direction for Spidey.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Redsvetz Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : -Not a bad issue. Not a compelling one either.
 
Marvel Comments
 
sleepyarmistice Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #128a (v1) : What in the world is going on with Logan's face on page seven?
 
Marvel Comments
 
JWC Says:
The Punisher #21 (v2) : Punch-Out ruled.
 
Marvel Comments
 
2
GroovyGolem Says:
Thor #160 (v1) : My comments pretty much echo everything that's been said, so I'll just say this was a great setup for a bigger story. To me, it looks like Colletta really stepped up his game. It almost looked like Chic Stone or Joe Sinnott did a second pass on it... aside from Colletta's trademark thin sketch lines, I would have guessed it was one of the other two guys.

I also like how Odin has the Recorder hanging out in Asgard, but he also has his own personal scribe in the room to jot down his regal musings.
 
Marvel Comments
 
jwerth Says:
Master of Kung Fu #67 : Now why does Shang Chi leave Juliette to stop Kogar? For a guy who claims to want to live peacefully, Shang is awfully eager to jump into fights without any apparent reason.
 
Marvel Comments
 
Sort By: votes newest
 
 
CMRO Sidebar
CMRO Sidebar Search Top

CMRO Sidebar Support Us

 

Shop at Amazon
 
Marvel Cinematic Universe Order
Star Wars Reading Order
Star Trek Reading Order
Doctor Who Order