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Andrill Says:
Tales to Astonish #60a (v1) : One of the most stupid ant-man story.
 
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phogbear Says:
Ghost Rider #24 (v2) : In the letters column, a third grad teacher wrote in for his class because they voted GR the most popular. He kept a library of Marvel comics in the back of his room!

I needed a teacher like that. My comics always got confiscated to the point I had to keep my book flat on my desk. Didn't stop my mom from buying them as long since my grades were good.
 
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Katryn Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #105 (v1) : Smythe doesn't say that he's blocked the police access to all the cameras, so they're going to be able to look at them and see the robot. Bit of a problem when you've given the cops the means to video all of your crimes. And Pete taking his mask off, but I presume Smythe wouldn't care about that.
 
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Titens Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #153 (v1) : Wow, this is one of those super hit or miss issues it seems. I personally really liked it. It was a sad ending, but i don't see the melodrama everyone is talking about. No tears, no stupid comments... just a really mad spidey. And the MJxPP parts were great. Not a classic, but really good.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Silver Surfer #1a (v1) : Oh god, the dawn of The Silver Sufferer.

Depending on my mood and patience with navel gazing I find these comics either fascinating or like listening to a clever 14 year old who just discovered Camus, Sartre, & Nietzsche because they read a Jim Morrison bio and like, really gets it man.

This is the end of classic marvel. Jack felt that Stan stole the character. When Jack finally gets to draw an issue he throws a spectacular tantrum.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
X-Men #120 (v1) : Looks like Storm needs a belt on that robe! (pg. 5) Knowing her, I doubt she's wearing anything under there...
 
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kungfufan Says:
Daredevil #23 (v1) : I want to like the Gladiator, because I originally took to his penniless, sew-me-own-clothes origin story, but this issue felt hollow. Towards the end with the lion, I was thinking, "How much worse can it get?", then Gladiator's fickle approach at the end - "I won't finish off Daredevil but I will join the Maggia" - left me feeling that I ought to give up on him, because the bullpen really aren't going to tax themselves too much on this B-list villain. And as for the Handkerchief Marauder, while I do totally think he's an awful idea for a villain, I did like how he SKLAKKT!-kicked his computer to bits in frustration!
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Marvel Team-Up #119 (v1) : I tell you what... I'm now a fan of the Gargoyle, mhmm.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Hero for Hire #10 : 3 stars. Cause Luke Cage always bets on black!!!

Cover Me - @Magik Rune: Yeah, I think someone is roid raging!!!

Eyesore - Yikes! You can definitely tell that Mrs. Jenks used Tuska Interior Design!!!

High Stakes - It's a good thing Senor Muerte didn't pattern his costume after keno!!!

Chatterbox - Now, I bet the rest of gang won't have Senor Muerte ramble on to them anymore!!!

Buffalo Soldier - Great scenes of High Noon playin' while Cage takes care of the creampuffs!!!

Risk Factor - So Senor Muerte's arm is charged as well...I can see that causing accidents!!!

'Nuff Said - "Adios, Luke Cage! Vaya con el Diablo!"-Senor Muerte
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Defenders #109 (v1) : Diggin the new duds for Beak-Nose. It's like he transcended being a normal hero and is now a super-Saiyan.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
U.S.A. Comics #4f : Too bad they abandoned this series. It was much better than most others of the time and the art was great too.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Daredevil #42 (v1) : Jester seemed more Trickster/Toyman then Joker to me. The carjacking by yoyo was well drawn. I winced in sympathetic pain.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Defenders #108 (v1) : Based on the cover, I thought the Beast was going to get mutated or fused with Cthulhu.
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #195 (v1) : This new arc is has considerable promise. This is like a couple of the classic arcs from about five years prior where there are a few compelling plot threads going at once. There's the new Mangog threat, and Hildegard and Sif in the town beyond. This could be really good.

Irony: when you battle an insect creature that calls you an insect!

I also agree with the others who are impressed with Hildegard, and are quite underwhelmed by Sif. I wish they'd bring back the Sif that kicked serious butt in her earlier appearances.

3 stars. More a set-up story really, but some decent action. So far, it's worth seeing where it's going.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Defenders #107 (v1) : All this hooplah over Valkyrie, but no one mourns the loss of Barbara Norris. That makes the Love Kitteh sad.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Fantastic Four #118b (v1) : 'Nuff Said - "Yes. You stumbled into my own private and bitter form of amusement. But upon seeing me--won't you grant I've reason to hate Reed Richards?"-Reed "Thing" Richards
 
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Peter Jason Quill Says:
Strange Tales #130a (v1) : At this point Marvel has just run out of stories for the thing and the torch.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Marvel Team-Up #118 (v1) : Another team-up that looks good conceptually, but didn't deliver.
 
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dano357 Says:
Exiles #27 (v2) : At the end of the last issue I was trying to figure out who was Moses' girlfriend, and thought it might be Meggan, but it's Namorita. She was the only blonde with pointy ears I could think of. I need to brush up on my New Warriors I guess.
 
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dano357 Says:
Exiles #26 (v2) : I don't know about better, but there certainly isn't a drop-off in quality.
 
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Russ Says:
Fantastic Four #118b (v1) : If this was a test run for "What If," no wonder they eventually awarded the series. This story was excellent.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Doctor Strange #171 (v1) : I think Dan Adkins inking has a lot to do with the good art moments. Tom Palmer is Gene Colan's best inker though.
 
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illcom94 Says:
Power Man and Iron Fist #79 (v1) : This was terrible.
 
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zuckyd1 Says:
Mystic Comics #6a (v1) : A solid origin story.
 
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sbcolt15 Says:
Fantastic Four #118b (v1) : Testing the waters for "What If?"
 
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Russ Says:
Adventure into Fear #12 : This was a great issue of Judge Judy errrrr, I mean, Man-Thing. I think this said a lot about racism and corruption in the early 70s, and @jwerth hit it on the head exactly: these topics are still relevant 40 years afterward. Man-Thing walking away was THE only powerful statement Marvel could make: you can't solve these issues with a mere sit-down, but ultimately these social ills destroy in the long run.

Oh, and kudos to Steve Gerber: first use of the famous catchphrase "Whatever knows fear burns at the Man-Thing's touch!"

So far, every Man-Thing appearance has been amazing. Not bad for a guy who can't think very well and doesn't say much, acting on instinct alone. He's the updated Hulk, the concept of the dull-minded monster taken to its logical conclusion. And the stories have been top-notch so far, especially for one-shots (the Ka-Zar arc being the one exception).

4 stars for a great character that's swampier than a Creedence Clearwater Revival concert!
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Captain America #104 (v1) : I love the Murder Chair. 4 stars.
 
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dbcaler Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #4 (v1) : According to this site:

http://www.vulture.com/2015/11/jessica-jones-comic-characters-marvel-universe.html

Jessica Jones witnessed the fight between Spider Man and the Sandman and becomes inspired to fight crime, but the backstory wasn't given until Alias.
 
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Nabushi Says:
Incredible Hulk #171 (v1) : So abomination and rhino just vanish after impact???
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Avengers #103 (v1) : Really looking forward to the reveal of why the Sentinels only took Wanda and not Pietro. Good arc so far!
 
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phogbear Says:
Champions #12 : 2nd rate heroes couldn't beat a Daredevil villain. I so want to like this book book because of the lineup, but it just won't let me.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Daredevil #287 (v1) : Lee Weeks is kickinga**on the art.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Daredevil #286 (v1) : I'm just not buying "mysteriously accurate guy" (you know who he is) as a burglar. As usual, Nocenti ignores everything about a character that has said and does her own shrill thing.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Critical Mass #7 : The "Rashomon" style storytelling didn't really work for this.
 
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kungfufan Says:
Daredevil #22 (v1) : Terrible plot, ridiculous names (why does every single bad guy have a nickname?), but as usual sweet art from Gene Colan that brings the overall back up to 3 stars. In the words of Rhino the Hamster, he's Be-awesome!
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Captain America #103 (v1) : Is that Cadavus, Monarch of the Murder Chair? I was kind of obsessed with him when I was a kid. I even made a murder chair out of cardboard for one of my action figures to murder in.
 
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Katryn Says:
Monsters Unleashed #1 (v1) : It'd be really awkward the next night if the demon kept haunting the moors because now the villagers were bringing it sacrifices. Whoops.
 
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Durango55 Says:
Super-Villain Team-Up #3 : The whole storyline for the past 2 Giant-Size issues and 3 regular issues can be summarized as follows:

We're allies!
We're not!
We're allies!
We're not!
We're allies!
We're not!
etc...

Next issue looks like more of the same.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Fantastic Four #78 (v1) : Soundtrack: Lou Reed "Candy Says"
 
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gumchewspit Says:
Skull the Slayer #6 : The Westworld Tower of Time is done, I guess?
The individual issues in this title aren't horrible, but as a series this might be the worst thing Marvel has ever done (that wasn't a 1-3 issue instant flop).
 
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skabeaters Says:
Avengers #76 (v1) : Four star comic reduced to one star due to the Stockholm syndrome and lameness of 1970 Scarlet Witch.
 
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gumchewspit Says:
Skull the Slayer #4 : Englehart tries really hard to save this title. The problem is it's the 4th major shift in as many issues. Maybe it will stabilize next issue, or more likely get handed to yet another creative team.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Marvel Team-Up #117 (v1) : The last time I was this disappointed, I was told I'd get ice cream, but they forgot the ice cream. I was so sad... :(
 
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skabeaters Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #82 (v1) : So glad M.J.'s hair is back to normal and that Harry finally shaved off the stupid mustache.
 
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skabeaters Says:
Doctor Strange #182 (v1) : This is the worst artwork of Juggernaut I've ever seen.
 
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skabeaters Says:
Avengers #74 (v1) : "This reporter demands..." A reporter demanding of the Avengers? A bystander telling someone to grab Vision? A cop threatening to arrest Goliath in his giant form? The people of that time were as confused as the Millennials in our time!
 
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skabeaters Says:
Avengers #73 (v1) : This is a horrible line-up. And it focused on my least favorite of this line-up.
 
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skabeaters Says:
Fantastic Four #94 (v1) : Medusa, RKO outta nowhere! He didn't even see it coming!
 
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Vancelot Says:
Doctor Strange #59 (v2) : I just can't get into Dracula stories.
 
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jwerth Says:
Marvel Team-Up #68 (v1) : I'll admit it, I chuckled at the "Gerber wuz here" graffiti on the shack. Also, Man-Thing burning because HE is afraid was a smart idea.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Fantastic Four #74 (v1) : Roy Thomas was always a plodder and never really knows where the focus of his story should be. Remember the promise of All-Star Squadron and the dialogue heavy insistence on focusing on Firbrand or some other nobody?
 
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Katryn Says:
Incredible Hulk #151 (v1) : Wow, low point for Betty here. She's never been a useful character, but at least she's normally just been unlikeable for being a cardboard cutout of an airhead. In this, she's either a horribly insensitive airhead or deliberately using Talbot for revenge against Bruce. I really hope it's the former, Talbot deserves way better than that.
 
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metsguy Says:
Vampire Tales #3a : Gorgeous art from Esteban Maroto. Satana is the best female character yet!
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #194 (v1) : Wait, what did I just I read? Verily Odin, I sayeth unto thee...Bull$h!+!

The next time Loki swipes a ring and takes over Asgard, Thor and/or the others need to trick it off him or something. And the other Asgardians needed to at least grow a backbone and oppose him regardless of the potential consequences. There is a difference between obeying the law, and doing what's right.

The arc's atrocious ending just made me want to curse Odin all the more for being a pompous lout. And yeah, Loki deserves his comeuppance, but I thought he shone during this arc.

2 stars. At least the arc was entertaining up to the end. And as a thanks for "saving the day," I'd like to give Odin a high-five. In the face. With a metal chair.
 
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metsguy Says:
Vampire Tales #2d : I'd love to get my hands on some of John Romita's original art from this story. Wow!
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #193 (v1) : Pretty epic overall battle. Surfer vs. Durok was definitely the highlight of the issue, although taking Durok into the future seemed a little deus ex machina to me. A little trip to Reed Richards's lab, a quick toss into the Negative Zone, and poof, Annihilus vs. Durok is something I'd shell out in pay-per-view for!

And yeah, I agree with @imeco and @duncanm about the 60 second rule. It doesn't apply in Asgard, and I doubt even the ring could help Loki remove or alter it. Although, it was fun to see Thor mopping up Storm Giants left and right.

3 stars. This one could've been a lot better, but I am enjoying watching Loki cut loose in Asgard. He's been fun to watch during this arc.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Defenders #106 (v1) : Kyle was manipulated to commit suicide. I don't think he's really dead, though. Unless your name is Captain Marvel, you'll come back to life with or without the dragon balls.
 
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djbigted Says:
Ghost Rider #28 (v3) : I have no idea what's happening to Dan, why the cops are at the cemetery or who Blaze is talking to half the time.
 
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djbigted Says:
Uncanny X-Men #292 (v1) : These 3 issues are really sloppy. Callisto's alignment shift is rushed and incomprehensible. Why the Morlock's are doing what they're doing, and even WHAT they're doing, is confusing and not clearly explained. Clunky and hardly enjoyable.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Thor #126a (v1) : Because it would be even more weird for them to be hip to the latest lingo.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Sub-Mariner #3 (v1) : I liked the title a lot.

When the opening caption said England's greatest city my first reaction was to say that it looked more like London than Manchester.

Can't believe that Namor didn't turn Plantman into a fine paste for suggesting that Namor could live on as a slave.

Enchantment Under the Sea Couples Dance: Mastadon's 'Leviathan' (the whole album)
 
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metsguy Says:
Vampire Tales #1c : I'll be the voice of dissent here. Solid artwork from Winslow Mortimer makes this a 3 star effort
 
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gumchewspit Says:
Skull the Slayer #3 : I feel like nothing good can come from this title lurching from dinosaurs to ancient Egypt.
 
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chademe Says:
Thor #126a (v1) : Why do the immortals all speak in Shakespearean English?
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Captain America Comics #14a : It would not be a bad idea if Cap decided to fight along brothers at arms once in a while, ya know, just to keep up appearnces!
 
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MattDog37 Says:
Defenders #54a (v1) : Why is the school called "Eastern State University?"
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Captain America #268 (v1) : Captain America
F@$& yeah!
He's gonna save the muthaf&@$in Defenders
Captain America
F&$@ yeah!!!!
 
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skalchemist Says:
Critical Mass #1 : It's not bad, it's just a little in the dull side.
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #192 (v1) : This is just weird. Not sure what Loki thinks he can accomplish by sending Durok everywhere. The Demolisher wrecks a couple of things, Thor shows up, they trade a couple of blows, then Durok gets transported to another place. I think Loki isn't as confident of Durok taking out Thor as he's displaying. But Loki IS a trickster, so all this may be masking another objective.

I have to admit though; the God of Mischief is doing an incredible job raising Hell this time around. The stories so far arenn't impressive by themselves, being more posturing than anything, but the Loki-in-charge arc as a whole is quite entertaining so far. It should be even more fun when the Silver Surfer gets involved.

3 stars. @Locust75: Stan also wrote only the first issue of the Spider-Man Six Arms arc; completed by Roy Thomas.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Classic X-Men #25a : Yeah, since when does he want to power up humans?
 
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skalchemist Says:
Wolverine #34 (v2) : Wow! That was Silvestri's best work ever. Wilderness means no cheesecake, so his biggest flaw is avoided. Scary and deep, Hama knows how to write thrilling action.
 
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anetella Says:
Tales of Suspense #52a (v1) : "This is a job for the Black Widow and a man known as [long pause for a dramatic effect] BORIS!"
 
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kungfufan Says:
Daredevil #21 (v1) : Page 6 Panel 1: interesting choice of angle there, Gene...
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #59 (v1) : I'm amazed they didn't put Kingpin on the cover
 
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Katryn Says:
Incredible Hulk #150 (v1) : This got an extra star for Betty getting absolutely ruined at the end. At least all the other female characters so far have had some point where they were useful - even Patsy! But no, not Betty Ross, she just whines about how much she loves Bruce while hanging off Doc Samson's arm.
 
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Katryn Says:
Incredible Hulk #149 (v1) : I wonder how they planned to do maintenance work on those walls after Hulk tears them up.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Uncanny X-Men #161 (v1) : Would you tell your lover that you were imagining kissing another woman, and that ultimately snapped you out of your coma? I know I wouldn't... my wife would make sure I was put back into a coma lol!
 
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Urgat Says:
Strange Tales #168a (v1) : Funny, for me these were some of the quicker reads.. Yesterday evening I read the last 4 Issues in one go...
 
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gumchewspit Says:
Master of Kung Fu #35 : Some serious manga influence evident with Brynocki and the solar chute.
 
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Urgat Says:
Strange Tales #167b (v1) : just thumbs up for mentioning Godzilla ;-)
 
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Urgat Says:
Strange Tales #166a (v1) : Voltorr(g) is poorly build, he topples one time after crashing through a wall and simply breaks apart in dozen parts...

Also I did not know Dr. Strange magic spells can have such strong impact on physical thinks as here where he melts Voltorr(g)s face with one bolt...
If we count these abilities he is indeed one of, if not the strongest super-hero there is at this time in the MarvU
 
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Urgat Says:
Strange Tales #165b (v1) : I knew "'Nuff Said" would be the 9th theorem !!!
 
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skalchemist Says:
Uncanny X-Men #268 (v1) : And the rubber band of Marvel time stretches...
 
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skalchemist Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : That was awful.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
The Knights of Pendragon #1 (v1) : That was way darker than I had any reason to expect.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : I can normally suspend a lot of disbelief for comic book science, but this is beyond the pale.
 
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skabeaters Says:
Iron Man #18 (v1) : "The impact stunned them." Wait, you mean the impact from that piece of machinery breaking to pieces on their skulls that was so heavy that you were shaking when you picked it up with your Iron Man suit...
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #438 (v1) : Very old fashioned, in a good way. Especially the last panel.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Alpha Flight #1 (v1) : I actually thought Tundra was a great villain, and it could have even been a fight that took 2 or 3 issues to resolve.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #54 (v1) : I think she is really Tony Stark in disguise
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #53 (v1) : She'll be around for one more day...
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Avengers #53 (v1) : The Toad finally embraces his Edgar Allen Poe inspiration. I wonder if Magneto ever wears an ape costume?
 
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wingot Says:
Thor #2 Annual : I feel that I disagree with the sentiment here: I could do with a lot less Volstagg for a while...
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Marvel Team-Up #60 (v1) : The Deus Ex of Pym just showing back up also here is crazy super serum really dragged down the awesomeness of the last issue for me.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Ms. Marvel #6 (v1) : I love how carol was tasked with writing an article on herself and she basically makes it "Ms Marvel, best super hero in the world!" and her reason is because she saved new York once. I can't think of any hero who has done that before.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Captain Marvel #1 (v1) : Of all the people you let ink Gene Colan you choose Vince Colletta?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Ghost Rider #71 (v2) : Mmmmmmmmmmm, opioids.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Sub-Mariner #57 (v1) : 3 stars for the 1st modern app of Venus, the Goddess of Being Hot!!!

Cover Me - Nice image of Venus bound!!!

Credit Due - I'll buy a comic by Bill Everett with only Venus and Namorita being in it! Also, on some panels Namorita looks like she could be from Riverdale!!!

Splash - The title fits Venus well...

Crotchety - Betty Dean is being rather crabby!!!

Toy Soldiers - @duncanm: I agree, and why worry about two warring nations that Ares just made up??!!!

Grope - If I was Ares, I would go after Venus girdle as well...

Power Up - At the end when Ares wears his shield on his back he looks like Bowser!!!

Dress Code - Funny how Namor walks around the junior college in his trunks and V-neck!!!

'Nuff Said - "Use the time to don the girdle...while I release you from this pillory-stake!"-Naughty Namor
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Peter Parker, The Spectacular... : So Deb Whitman actually figured out Pete's secret? And she claims she's not smart...
 
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Durango55 Says:
Super-Villain Team-Up #1 : I remember this as being better than it actual is. Regardless, I still love the cover. One of the earliest comics I can remember buying.
 
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