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Phantasmagoria Says:
Strange Tales #104 (v1) : I think that people are too hard on this issue. Yeah, it's pretty nonsensical, but it is FAR, FAR more entertaining to me than the stories in this run leading up to it. At least Paste Pot Pete is memorable.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Journey into Mystery #88 (v1) : This issue is good fun. It manages to be weird in a good way, which is a rarity for Silver Age comics.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Incredible Hulk #5a (v1) : Eh, this one is alright. I enjoy "The Beauty and The Beast" a lot more than "The Hordes of General Fang", but neither of them are nearly as bad as issue #2 of this volume. Maybe I'm just used to the overall mediocrity of this run already...
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #1a (v1) : Not as good as Spidey's debut in Amazing Fantasy #15, but still far above average for it's time. The Chameleon story is more enjoyable than the John Jameson one in my opinion, but they are both good reasmds for the period they originate from.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Amazing Fantasy #15 (v1) : A really emotionally resonant story that stands the test of time with ease. I give it 5 stars.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Tales to Astonish #38 (v1) : @Loki120 Well, eventually he gets Ultron, but that's a while off...
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Journey into Mystery #87 (v1) : I'm getting quite tired of communist plots. This is below average for Larry Lieber's run on JiM.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Fantastic Four #9 (v1) : This one is a whole lot of fun, and I quite enjoyed Namor and The Thing's first fight.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Strange Tales #103 (v1) : Once again, Johnny's first solo series disappoints. I thought that this one might be okay, but it's merely better than thus run's average fare.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Tales to Astonish #37 (v1) : This is just another another one of Larry Lieber's villain unmasking plots. If you're skipping anything in The Order, skip this one(and the other ones like it).
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Fantastic Four #8 (v1) : On second thought, I like #4 and #6 better. I still enjoyed this one though.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Incredible Hulk #4a (v1) : This one is really, really bad. The first story is utterly unmemorable, and the second one only beats because it's ending is so stupid that it's laughable.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Strange Tales #102 (v1) : This one's pretty bad, but not as awful as Johnny's first solo story, so I'm giving it two stars.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Journey into Mystery #86 (v1) : Yuck. I don't mind this story's basic premise, but man do I dislike it's execution. Two stars on the basis that it didn't make me particularly angry.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Fantastic Four #6 (v1) : I really enjoy this one, mostly for Namor's character development along with Johnny and She's little fight over her picture of Namor.
 
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Wady Says:
Avengers #100 (v1) : I rather like it a lot it was great battle seens and was really cool
 
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Wady Says:
Marvel Feature #2 (v1) : Still I like it a lot.
 
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Wady Says:
Iron Man #47 (v1) : Liked the art so much I;ll go back and read the first one again just to compare it.
 
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bigkat5582 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #67 (v1) : "Now touch it! Go ahead -- touch it-- I want you to!" I wouldn't be shocked if Mysterio owned a windowless van.
 
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Shark Says:
Daredevil #32 (v1) : Wow, look at all that blue... Something wrong on the order to the ink store, Marvel?
 
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JWC Says:
Hero for Hire #7 : There may be better issues in the Order than this one, but there is no better title than "Jingle Bombs!".
 
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Kez Says:
Daredevil #103 (v1) : So does DD know Spider-Man's identity at this point? He certainly should after this issue. I seem to remember it coming up once before, though.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Tales to Astonish #43 (v1) : @Imcontaldi Personally, I justified that by inferring that part of his point was that there was nothing wrong with being old. He wanted everyone else to be his age so that there would be no reason to discriminate on the basis of age. Of course, I'm not sure that the writers thought about it that much, but it helped me to enjoy the story more.
 
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Calthor Says:
Avengers #113 (v1) : Except for the minor 'detonator costume' quibble, this was indeed a brilliant issue with a very intriguing, relevant story.
 
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Calthor Says:
Astonishing Tales #17 (v1) : "He has the power of TWO!"

Er. Oh, dear.
 
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ringsting Says:
Strange Tales #107 (v1) : Apart from the fact that Johnny starts a fight for no reason this is actually a better story.
 
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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #68a (v1) : What a shocking nose dive for this comic. After those great Thor and Fantastic Four arcs, this is like getting doused with ice water. This Iron Man story was just as terrible as the last one, and the Cap story ended on a lame note. What the hell happened here? Are they just bored with this title already?
 
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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #67a (v1) : That Iron Man story ranks with some of the worst. So does his machine operate under the urban legend that if you die in a dream, you actually die in reality, or is it something where the machine kills you if you die in a dream? Also, I absolutely despise this "everyone hates Iron Man!" crap that they're doing. It's making both Happy and Pepper insufferable, and it just really set a bitter tone for the rest of the story.

The Cap story is lazy and uninspired. I like seeing Bucky fending for himself, but the story itself is a slog to get through. A bad issue all around, and I don't care at this point how Cap's story ends.
 
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Calthor Says:
Sub-Mariner #60 (v1) : Why put all this in one issue? This invasion storyline could have been worth a whole angle, pitting Sub-Mariner against a few other superheroes - and struggling with his decision for warfare. Shame.

Still okay issue, though.
 
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Daredevil Says:
Daredevil #4 (v1) : I suppose the Purple Man's powers aren't fire related, so Asbestos is useless. Let's go for the miracle material Tarpaulin!
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Master of Kung Fu #17 : This story had a killer ending.
 
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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #66a (v1) : Way too much description in that Iron Man story. Didn't like it at all.

Red Skull's origin was pretty good, but I'm getting a little sick of brain washing stories after that Fantastic Four arc.
 
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cmp_doctor Says:
Tales to Astonish #49 (v1) : I think I preferred ant-man better when he was just shrinking in size.
 
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Kez Says:
Marvel Premiere #3 : Terrible dialogue in this. Strange explains every little thing he does, so unnecessary.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Daredevil #53 (v1) : I'm no fan of straight-up retellings, but this one was especially bad. Daredevil #1 is actually a really good comic, and one of the better origins of silver age Marvel. This issue is not only significantly worse than the original, it doesn't even attempt to add anything to it.
 
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Kez Says:
Dracula Lives #2a : Neal Adams delivers fantastic art as always.
 
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fragsel Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #1 Annual : I'm so happy I've read Invaders. You to? I guess not...
 
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specialque Says:
Fantastic Four #43 (v1) : While I don't like the idea of a Torch/Medusa romance, I still prefer it over his current horrible girlfriend. Anyhow, this was a great ending for a great arc, and I like how at this point Marvel is dropping in hints for future plots into these issues to maintain reader interest.
 
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specialque Says:
Fantastic Four #42 (v1) : Just a solid issue. I'm surprised at how formidable the Frightful Four have become, and the cliffhanger at the end was great.
 
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ringsting Says:
Tales to Astonish #39 (v1) : "Humanity wouldn't stand a chance against an organized attack by the insect world" - you learn a new thing everyday
 
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