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JWC Says:
Avengers West Coast #5b Annual : A shameful waste of an appearance for Dr. Corbeau. He deserves better.
 
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grayrender Says:
Secret Wars #6 : Agreed. That is steadily ruining this for me.
 
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grayrender Says:
Secret Wars #5 : It's nice to know Johnny is still a tool.
 
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grayrender Says:
Secret Wars #4 : Comparing Magneto to Hitler? Good move, Jan.
 
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Russ Says:
Tales of the Zombie #3 (v1) : The era of Marvel Misogyny continues. Moira is the type of wife that makes people think women are shallow, petulant and materialistic, even other women! (As Donna reacted to one of her little outburtsts) Nothing like teaching a lesson to such as woman by attacking her vanity via the old face-melt trick. It might've been more appropriate to let her live out her days like that, but good old Simon went in for the mercy-kill. Yep, brutal is the word.

3 stars. The Amulet of Damballah has a name. And I smell a Brother Voodoo crossover soon.
 
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grayrender Says:
Secret Wars #3 : I actually rather like that the mutants are their own faction. Amd Peter proves yet again that he can be an impetuous jerk incapable of diplomacy.
 
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wrmsnicket Says:
Journey into Mystery #89 (v1) : Anyone else have difficulty getting to this comic? It's not available by going through Marvel Unlimited independently. You have to use the link in the info here. And already be logged into MU.
 
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dano357 Says:
Ororo: Before the Storm #3 : I find Ozymandias to be a sneaky interesting character. Sometimes its more fun when he shows up to talk about Apocalypse than to actually have Apocalypse in the issue.
 
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Deadpool7850 Says:
Amazing Man Comics #25a (v2) : Oh god... that was.. cringy.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #74c (v1) : A lot more "villains were abused as kids" stories in the last couple years at this point.
It's an easy go-to for explaining why someone turns crime, I suppose -- except not really that great of a sufficient explanation, if you consider how many kids get abused somehow and then manage NOT to become criminals or abusers themselves. The cycle is real, but doesn't need to be anywhere close to 100% to perpetuate.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Avengers #339 (v1) : Amusing enough story, although I kept wondering why the Brethren are supposedly fake. I mean, even if they're made of unicellular organisms, they are still an incredibly powerful warrior race who are hard to kill and beat up a lot of superheroes? Spreading across the world or universe like a disease describes... most imperialist cultures? Etc. Also not sure why the Collector, an ancient almost-omnipotent being, needed to have a "true form" that's a more muscular, bald angry version of the Collector with spikes coming out of his head. It's not like he uses this form to fight, and it's not as if it's more impressive or scary than a weird stocky old man with vast reserves of power.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Avengers #337 (v1) : Extra star for unexpected twist: despite the word "Mud" in the title, Bob Harras has clearly created a super-powerful species of intergalactic warriors who literally eat shit, and that's a development nobody could have seen coming.
 
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grayrender Says:
Secret Wars #2 : Jan and Jen were just having a bit of a moment, I don't think Jan's reaction is too different from Scott's and Reed's.
 
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grayrender Says:
Secret Wars #2 : According to the villains, some of them were abducted straight from prison, so there's a grab-bag of paths to Secret Wars.
 
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grayrender Says:
Secret Wars #1 : I also really like that Magneto has the dignity to take the high road, but Doom is too arrogant to get along with anyone, even people that initially defer to him.
 
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grayrender Says:
Secret Wars #1 : This is promising enough that I give it 4, but the continuity breaks and the out-of-character line from Wolvie about not following Cap are bothersome.
 
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CrazyforRAMU Says:
Avengers #115a (v1) : Mr. Englehart *really* should have faked up a reason for Thor, Vision, and Iron Man to sit this one out. To see the three of them getting whupped by this pack of underhillbillies is just embarrassing.
 
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Gecko Says:
Web of Spider-Man #75 (v1) : Not particulary good, but the guest apperances made up for it
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Incredible Hulk #352 (v1) : I wonder if this then is the final visit to Jarella's world.
 
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Marvel Age Says:
West Coast Avengers #9 (v2) : I wasn't expecting much from this issue. Englehart can get a little goofy for my taste, especially with dialogue. I actually enjoyed the subtle plot building and groundwork being set for future conflicts and storylines. That Thing costume is still atrocious though.
 
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Katryn Says:
Iron Man #68 (v1) : I didn't realise a nose was so important for having an expression. Obviously though, noses are very threatening, definitely can't question that.
 
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Katryn Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #131 (v1) : May has to be evil, surely. I bet she even knows Pete is Spidey - she only fainted when he was the only one left and could catch her. She was secretly playing Ock to get control of his army so then she could use her nuclear island to rule the world.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Avengers #70 (v1) : By the halfway point, I was ready to give this a 4 or higher, but a couple things soured me on it in the back stretch.

1) Thor beating Hyperion by revealing a new power (powers?) of his hammer. This seemed like a cop out.

2) The business with the black knight. It seemed unnecessary, and it could have been resolved with just a few words from Hawkliath. He had plenty of time, but he wasted it being a jerk.

I suppose it's in keeping with his character, but it just fell flat for me.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Web of Spider-Man #45 (v1) : I'm certain the "stewardess" knows who Spidey is now. She'd be right horrible secret agent if she couldn't put those two together.
 
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jemsmck Says:
Strange Tales #139a (v1) : I am glad to see the story telling become a little more thought out. It's nice to see some setup an issue or two back (the explosive shirt and the Hydra ship) being used in this issue, rather than the normal "make up the rules as you go" that has been the status quo so far.
 
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Shinderu Says:
Giant-Size Fantastic Four #2 : Time travel stuff usually sucks. This was no exception.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Howard the Duck #2b (v2) : I wonder if we are gonna get Bev cheesecake shots in every one of these Magazine Howards...
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
The Hulk! #17b : Did... did ICP steal the idea for the hatchet man from this comic?
 
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Katryn Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #130 (v1) : Not only did Aunt May not invite Peter to the wedding, she didn't even tell him she was engaged! So far as he knows, she was still just the housekeeper. Evil evil woman.
 
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melvillean Says:
Avengers #171 (v1) : Not only did we get some Latin, but also a blatant Oedipus reference. Shooter likes his Classics, it would seem.
 
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grayrender Says:
Captain America #292 (v1) : Ok, did they seriously botch the weather continuity or does NYC have some crazy warm Januaries?

A few days after a white Christmas and Central Park looks like it's June. /facepalm
 
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grayrender Says:
Captain America #292 (v1) : Come on, Bennett, you live in NYC, at least get some Chinese take-out on X-Mas.
 
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grayrender Says:
Incredible Hulk #294 (v1) : Some silver age nonsense right there.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #65 (v1) : Right in the middle of the jailbreak: "Hi, Aunt May!"
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #64 (v1) : I'm with Locust, push JJJ down the stairs! It'll look like an accident.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #63 (v1) : 4 stars! I love the original Vulture. I think they decided to dump Blackie because he's b-o-r-i-n-g! "Ohh, look at me! I'm the Vulture, dur dur." Give me the original cantankerous one any day.
 
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Russ Says:
Tales of the Zombie #2f (v1) : It might've made for a better story if Simon had killed the spider-creature that was his daughter, but that apparently was a line Marvel wasn't ready to cross just yet, even in a non-CCA title. One line it did cross: using the R-word. That probably raised a few eyebrows back then.

1 star. Not enough to save a pretty pointless story. And now even Donna's a murderer.
 
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bill_the_cat Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #277b (v1) : No accounting for some people's taste (probably mine) but I absolutely loved this story. It actually gave me chills a couple times. Maybe it was the weather.
 
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Russ Says:
Tales of the Zombie #2a (v1) : Irony. The zombie vs. a grave robber. There might be a point to this, but I'm not sure what just yet.

And a guy who likes to turn women into spiders? That's one scientist who's at least five different types of crazy sauce.

1 star, but let's see where this goes.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Daredevil #43 (v1) : Arrgh! (No, not talking like a Plunder-er). We go from one of the better hero vs hero fights in Captain Marvel #4 to this cheesecloth. WTH? Odin help Daredevil if he ever goes against Radioactive Man. Bah! Two stars.
 
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