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Redsvetz Says:
Uncanny X-Men #249 (v1) : -O: "That boy is our last hope."
Y: "No...there is another..."
 
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RikerDonegal Says:
Spider-Woman #31 (v1) : Middle-of-the-road stuff.

What Does the Villain Want? He wants to get out of prison, so he concocts a scheme to create a super-villain that only he can defeat. Or something.

Most of the issue is told from the POV of the newly-created super-villain, a friend of Spider-Woman. He gets powers. And turns into a misogynistic jerk.

6/10
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Thor #171 (v1) : A bit preachy, but overall enjoyable. Poor wrecker didn't realize Thor wasn't at peak strength last time they fought.

I also had a strong, adverse reaction to "Next: Jane Foster Returns!".
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Iron Man #16 (v1) : That ending really turned the issue around for me.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Iron Man #15 (v1) : Unicorn is growing on me. I despised him in his first appearance, and disliked him in his second. By now, I'm feeling neutral to positive about him.
 
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Shinderu Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #135 (v1) : Tarantula is a lame villain for sure but at least he's got an interesting background.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Excalibur #56 (v1) : That was freaky and grim and excellent.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Excalibur #55 (v1) : Alan Davis does facial expressions better than anyone.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Avengers #357 (v1) : That's four star writing but two star art.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Secret Wars #6 : Johnny sings "Thriller" to romance Zsaji? Does that really get women in the mood? I know it's a fun song, but it seems weird in this context.

I did like Absorbing Man and Titania's flirtations in the middle of a fight.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Marvel Graphic Novel #67 : Ever since it became clear to everyone that letting Stan Lee jump back into writing is usually a bad idea, a book by the editor-in-chief ought to be met with at least some wariness. I liked the Wolverine vs. Fury aspect of the book, although it's not exactly a brand new idea, but I was rolling my eyes and thinking "That's it? Really?" by the time reached the "final gut-wrenching panel" as Macchio describes it -- in an introduction that manages to be both half-hearted and mildly ass-kissing towards his boss. The ending reads like DeFalco really wanted Wolverine to just murder someone (as if he didn't do that frequently in Claremont's run and elsewhere) so he cooked up an incredibly one-dimensional villain (both a ruthless drug lord AND a fat rapist of little boys!) for Fury and Wolverine to argue over. Look, no character in the Marvel Universe is ever going to just straight-up keep defending a cartoonishlt unrepentant pedophile; in plot terms this has as much tension as shooting a fish in a barrel. And it's no wonder that neither cover blurbs nor introduction mention the other weird plot point, the "fat gangster Wolverine" who I guess we're supposed to think is maybe a clone or brother of Wolverine? Except nope. What a weird throwaway idea.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #7d (v1) : Definitely an old story they found and just updated with a Marrina reference. I cannot make myself believe that this was written in 1988.
 
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Katryn Says:
Amazing Adventures #22 (v2) : I was going to give this an extra star for Mint booting Killraven in the face, then she introduced herself.
 
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Hoshizora Says:
Avengers #190 (v1) : For some reason, I really like the design of that monster...
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Secret Wars #5 : What the heck is up with that pillow Colossus is using?

Man, can you guys believe how FAT Volcana is? 😒
(She pretty much looks like a non-green She-Hulk, and no one calls HER fat. Weird disconnect with the art or something...)

I think Thing is making a Coneheads reference with his Planet Remulac comment.
 
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dano357 Says:
X-Men #174 (v2) : I was wondering when Nightcrawler was finally going to show up here. Seemed like maybe he might have some thoughts on the Mystique situation, being her, you know, son.
 
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Trentus Says:
Machine Man #18 (v1) : Agent K? Please let him neuralize me to forget Machine Man
 
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dano357 Says:
X-Men #172 (v2) : This just got super weird.
 
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phogbear Says:
Incredible Hulk #229 (v1) : I'm enjoying Moonstone here. This is the first I've read her early appearances. She was always my favorite Thunderbolt.

I don't like what they done to Ross the last couple of issues. Did he have a heart attack at the end here or just bad writing.
 
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Urgat Says:
Captain America #103 (v1) : As @GroovyGolem mentions, the depiction of the Nazis in this one are a littel bit too much...it seems King Kirby wanted to say:

"All Nazis are ugly af, have to be PERIOD!"

the good side that comes from that...he draws some other faces then is regular one...(yes I think many of his drawn Man look very alike)
 
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Urgat Says:
Fantastic Four #79 (v1) : I think when Ben is so easily transformed back to Thing by a big shockwave of energy...by his luck...he would have turned back eventually without himself really wanting it. (imho)
 
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grayrender Says:
New Mutants #14 (v1) : I like that NM and UXM are pretty much completely intertwined at this point. I always liked that about the X books.
 
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HeffElf Says:
Thor #230 (v1) : No Fear, bro!
 
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marvej Says:
Strange Tales #104 (v1) : This is just too stupid...
 
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Shinderu Says:
Frankenstein #10 : Why does the Hulk keep calling himself Ivan?
 
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