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Kez Says:
Ghost Rider #4 (v2) : The engine went dead.. in your MOTORCYCLE CONJURED FROM THE FLAMES OF HELL!?
 
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TStarnes Says:
Fantastic Four #57 (v1) : The Silver Surfer...Cosmic Gullability. Seriously, Doom might have well of said:

Doom:"I desire complete power to rule the world!!"
Surfer: "What?"
Doom: "Err...Um...Kittens. I desire to save kittens."
Surfer: "Ohh, ok. Kittens are cool I guess."
 
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sewixo Says:
Marvel Team-Up #10 (v1) : I'd help you save the world Spidey, but I don't wanna run into my ex. You know. Awkwaaarrdd…! Oh and tell her I want my CDs back!
 
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Calthor Says:
Iron Man #54 (v1) : Madame McEvil?

...

Really?
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Daredevil #48 (v1) : "Careful, he can do anything with those metal legs!"
He can raise them, he can lower them, and he can make comic readers everywhere cringe at the sight of them...but that's about it.
 
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Kez Says:
Fantastic Four #77 (v1) : Wow. For a one of the most powerful beings in the galaxy, he sure sucks at finding food.

"I'm starving, I can't find a planet to consume! I must live, so I must eat Earth!" Silver Surfer: "Sup, I'll have a look."

-10 seconds later-

"Found one!"

Was he even really looking at all?
 
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fragsel Says:
Fantastic Four #12 (v1) : Seriously? MEMBERSHIP CARD IN A SUBVERSIVE COMMUNIST-FRONT ORGANIZATION? In a wallet? Are you f*@!%?& kidding me !!!!???!!!!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Daredevil #21 (v1) : On a positive note, this issue is full of large panels and can be read quickly.
 
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Kez Says:
Incredible Hulk #126 (v1) : "Stop, girl, what are you doing! You are taking my place in eternal damnation so that I can be free! Oh, alright then.

Hulk - let's bounce."

Dr. Strange, man... you've changed. You used to always go back for the girls that you left trapped in strange dimensions.
 
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zweineuf Says:
Avengers #13 (v1) : "See Rick Jones and his Teen Brigade imprisoned in the Dungeon of Doom!" - best cover blurb yet. Now if they would only stay in the dungeon...
 
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MartianBat Says:
Daredevil #11 (v1) : "It's too early for Agent[s] of SHIELD!"

That moment when you realize Stan Lee can see the future.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Avengers #28 (v1) : Ridiculous Line of the Book:

Scarlet Witch to Hank Pym: "I never told anyone, but I've been sewing a new outfit--in case you ever did return--I'll get it! I made it of the special stretch fabric you had left behind, months ago!"

Ahhh, those gals in the 60s...they loved their Women's Work.
 
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Kez Says:
Avengers #5 (v1) : Thor: "Sup guys, just chillin' here UP TO MY NECK IN LAVA."

What a badass.
 
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Shark Says:
X-Men #12 (v1) : "Professor, should we battle outside to avoid fighting inside, which is narrower and lacking of exits?"

"Lol no, let Juggernaut pass over our useless defenses while I tell you the story of my life".
 
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thomassp74 Says:
Journey into Mystery #99a (v1) : Hyde has the strength of a dozen men. Something tells me that a dozen men couldn't pick up a bus or rip apart a bank vault.

"Dr. Don Blake! I have heard of him! He is the famous lame doctor!" We get it Stan. He's handicapped. Let it drop. Who actually refers to someone as "the lame...?" And are exclamation points the only type of punctuation you know how to use?

And yet another editor's note letting the readers know that Blake and Thor are one and the same?

Zabo INTENTIONALLY became Hyde because he wanted his "baser nature" to take over?

"And then, because she IS (in bold letters) a female..." Hyde: "She fainted."

Stan must have heard me. Now he's using "as easily as if it were paper mache" instead of cardboard. HAHAHA!! I can send messages to the past! I am the most powerful person on Earth!! I need to make a costume and think of a name!! Fear me world!!!!
 
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Xythe Says:
Thor #135a (v1) : Because I'm super evolved I know all the science of the future. Wait, what?
 
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Xythe Says:
Fantastic Four #98 (v1) : I thought they only has seconds of fuel left, yet they take off without a hitch and fly home once they're done. What does that rocket run on, lies?
 
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Safis Says:
Tales of Suspense #72a (v1) : I really dislike how the Mad Thinker's ability to predict absolutely anything is simply a matter of whether it is convenient for the plot. He's such a one-dimensional character with an ability that simply doesn't make sense.
 
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Garfieldicus Says:
Avengers #91 (v1) : Apparently it takes millions of years of de-evolution to turn Hank into a guy who won't hit his wife.
 
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Kez Says:
Daredevil #55 (v1) : So let me get this straight... DD is fighting a dude called "Mr. Fear" whom he fought once before... who had the power to use some crazy gas to make people feel overwhelming terror...

In this fight, Mr. Fear promised he would prove DD was a coward... During the fight, Mr. Fear waved his hand and suddenly DD was over come with terror... And he doesn't think Mr. Fear had a hand in it, rather is genuinely wondering whether he has suddenly turned into a coward.

WHAT ARE YOU A MORON!?
 
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Xythe Says:
Daredevil #27 (v1) : You have a force-field that destroys things when they touch it? Pah, that's nothing, I can make my legs grow really fast!
 
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Xythe Says:
Avengers #109 (v1) : I can't get the nerve gas I want because the Coast Guard would thwart me, but now I know archery I can use my atom bomb to trigger an earthquake which would move the gas canister into international waters by sliding part of California into the sea. WHAT!?
 
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smoothing8 Says:
Fantastic Four #3 Annual : Great issue but it has the feel of a rushed ending. How did Reed know it was Dr. Doom??

This issue was a huge party of the big marvel universe up to this point, but where is our poor hero Ant-Man? Already written out of the avengers book which he co-founded, and cut from his own title, now he doesn't even get a wedding invite from Reed and Sue. Even though he bailed em out of that cheezy microverse back in ff#16. Can't help but feel sorry for the little guy.
 
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Canuck Says:
Marvel Spotlight #10 (v1) : I was really looking forward to Ghost Rider, but this has been a major disappointment so far.
 
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leisch Says:
Thor #137a (v1) : Stan introduces a strong female character, almost the equal of Thor, and immediately has her kidnapped and made helpless. Two steps forward, one step back.
 
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Pyro Says:
Fantastic Four #28 (v1) : Story flaw: Cyclops says on page 6 "Good! His answer is just what the Thinker predicted..." but Cyclops doesn't know about the Thinker. He believes Professor X has sent him on his own to destroy the Fantastic Four.
 
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thomassp74 Says:
Tales to Astonish #43 (v1) : Why didn't Weems just use his gadget to reduce his own age and go back to work? That would have made a lot more sense.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Daredevil #26 (v1) : Leap Frog, Stilt-Man, and The Evil Landlord--Who could ask for more!?!
 
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bigkat5582 Says:
Incredible Hulk #6 (v1) : So they had to go to Pittsburgh and Seattle to get....cardboard and plastic?
 
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TStarnes Says:
Avengers #98 (v1) : Holy crap...Hawkeyes new costume is really stupid...
 
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Shark Says:
Fantastic Four #49 (v1) : Reed Richard's logic:
>get beaten by Galactus
>"Oh well, I can't do anything, better shave"
>shaves
>"GALACTUS MUST BE STOPPED!"
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Hero for Hire #4 : Scooby-dooby-doo! Where are you? We've got some work to do now.
 
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Xythe Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #5 Annual : I love how the 20 years younger version of Aunt May looks exactly the same.
 
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zweineuf Says:
Fantastic Four #62 (v1) : If Lockjaw travels through dimensions so easily as Crystal claims, why didn't he save Reed?
 
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fragsel Says:
Incredible Hulk #176 (v1) : Hulk: When you came pullin' in here, did you notice a sign on the front cover that said "Canceled Characters Storage"?
Warlock: Hulk, you know I ain't seen no shit...
Hulk: Did you notice a sign on the front cover that said "Canceled Characters Storage"?
Warlock: No. I didn't.
Hulk: Do you know WHY you didn't see that sign?
Warlock: Why?
Hulk: 'Cause it ain't there! Cause storin' canceled characters ain't my fuckin' business, that's why!
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Fantastic Four #60 (v1) : Huh, that was actually a very clever ending. When Reed's "anti cosmic flyer" showed up, I rolled my eyes at the sudden deus ex machina. However, having it just be a decoy, and using Galactus' laws to win was a very clever use of continuity. Very well done.
 
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Kez Says:
Giant-Size Man-Thing #1 : Heh heh heh... Giant-Size Man-Thing..
 
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skalchemist Says:
Fantastic Four #72 (v1) : "While I am pledged to never meddle in the affairs of other planets, there is something you MUST KNOW! It is about to rain, and you have left the windows on your car down!"

"Ummm, thanks Watcher!"

"And also, you forgot to set the DVR for Game of Thrones!"

"Right, got it."
 
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saschavikos Says:
Tales to Astonish #81a (v1) : "The color of one's skin is but a chance accident of fate! it alters nothing else about the person!" I'm no civil rights historian, but that's pretty heavy stuff for a comic in 1966. Proud of Stan for addressing it, especially from an otherwise species-ist villain.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Fantastic Four #47 (v1) : It is crazy that in the middle of chasing down the Inhumans, Sue decides that would be a good time to change her hair. Stan, you understand women as much as I do quantum physics.
 
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