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Johnny Darkness Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #69 (v1) : The scene where Kingpin freaks out at the guy for mentioning his wife was actually pretty intense.
 
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Iron Man #41 (v1) : Anyone else notice the weird letter from "Gollum" in the lettercol?
 
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Tales to Astonish #89a (v1) : He probably doesn't summon many sea creatures because that would probably get them killed. Plus he's very full of himself and wouldn't ask anyone for anything.
 
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Iron Man #126 (v1) : I wasn't very into this one, but the final panel was pretty cool.
 
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Captain America #160 (v1) : It's sad when you know a character sucks just from the cover.
 
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Iron Man #45 (v1) : I really like how Tuska portrays Tony Stark.
 
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New Mutants #23 (v1) : Did anyone notice on page 9 the cracks on the wall spell out "Cockrum"? Nice homage.
 
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Giant-Size Man-Thing #5a : OMG, "Her cold, unmilkable udder"
 
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Marvel Team-Up #6 Annual : They didn't go into it in this issue, but Cloak and Dagger's relationship is very disturbing. Cloak is in love with her, but Dagger doesn't feel the same way. But he needs her light to live, so she feels trapped in this relationship with him, always having to lead him on. He pines after her constantly, but all she wants is to go home and not deal with his shit.
 
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Fantastic Four #51 (v1) : I really dislike how everyone around here calls these "filler" issues.
 
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Captain America #250 (v1) : 4/5. Great issue.
 
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Strange Tales #13a (v2) : Katie Power's War Journal is genius!
 
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Iron Man #78 (v1) : Tony starts to regret his past weapons dealing. Good story.
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #141 (v1) : Give Gerry Conway credit for getting rid of the Spider-Mobile. Seriously.
 
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Daredevil #183 (v1) : Matt is a piece of crap to Heather.
 
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Creatures on the Loose #32 : Kraven looks like Freddy Mercury in this.
 
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Machine Man #2 (v2) : The covers for this series are amazing!
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #101 (v1) : Did you catch all the film buff references? I counted four, plus the Kafka mention.
 
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Iron Man #41 (v1) : I guess I liked it more than anyone else. Especially the villains' eccentric behavior.
 
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Power Man and Iron Fist #52 (v1) : I was hoping this would be about cars coming to life and attacking people.
 
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New Mutants #35 (v1) : Back then it was hard to find a barber who would be willing to work on mutants.
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #96 (v1) : Um... Peter is wearing a leather Davey Crockett jerkin with tassles.
 
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Marvel Fanfare #5a (v1) : "Computer tapes"
 
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Ghost Rider #27 (v2) : I like the desert setting of Ghost Rider. It's a welcome departure from the constant New Yorkness.
 
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Tales to Astonish #52a (v1) : I love Wasp and Pym's horrible relationship. It amuses me.
 
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Night Nurse #1 : Yeah, why is she crying in the logo?!
 
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Dazzler #17 (v1) : Why is Dazzler making out with that loser? And why is Angel such a creeper??
 
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Daredevil #208 (v1) : That last panel was pretty freaky!
 
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Havok and Wolverine: Meltdown #1 : Havok is clearly modeled after James Dean in this series. Cool.
 
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The Thing #7 (v1) : The scenes with Ben and Alicia were a highlight for this series.
 
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Power Man and Iron Fist #121 (v1) : Oh god. This is so cringe worthy and borderline racist.
 
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Amazing Spider-Man #223 (v1) : Not a very enticing cover!
 
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The Punisher #19 (v2) : Seriously guys... read the last letter. It's unbelievable.
 
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Wolverine #1 (v1) : Frank Miller's art is great in this issue.
 
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Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : Haven't read the Steranko issues, but I loved this one. but why we're there dinosaurs for fife seconds?
 
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X-Factor #2 Annual : Whenever the Inhumans are involved, it always feels like the sixties.
 
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Peter Parker, The Spectacular... : Extra star for fighting among the dinosaur bones.
 
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Quasar #26 : Moondragon is more scantily clad than ever.
 
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Ghost Rider #70 (v2) : I can't help but think this was inspired by the 1932 movie "Freaks". Especially page 11.
 
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Fantastic Four #266 (v1) : Stories where the hero is under someone else's control are generally unsatisfying.
 
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