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duncanm Says:
Tales to Astonish #76a (v1) : Robareid I don't know that Kang was necessarily made to look week, he is a general and his strength lies in planning and control. It was more about showing Namor as a badass. He finally gets his hands on the first baddie in his own series, and he's going to throw down hard.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Tomb of Dracula #5b (v2) : -She's the original "Black Swan."
 
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Durango55 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #100 (v1) : The great cover is betrayed by the story inside.
 
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DrBaxter Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #101 (v1) : This should have been the 100th issue.
 
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Robareid Says:
Daredevil #47 (v1) : A real heart-warmer this one
 
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DrBaxter Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #100 (v1) : Probably the worst Amazing Spider-man issue so far. Maybe if we're not told that it's a dream it could work but nothing at all is revealed.

I gave it a 2 instead of a 1 because of the final page.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Tomb of Dracula #5a (v2) : -Cool transition between the two stories.
-I must say I preferred Lilith's old look to the new "Bat Girl" outfit.
 
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Robareid Says:
Marvel Super-Heroes #18 (v1) : Really liked the story here, but the art let it down. I was looking forward to more of this, so I'm disappointed that their next appearance is in five years and about 1000 issues time. Well, I guess it's something to look forward to.
 
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Antifa Says:
Tales to Astonish #85a (v1) : this was good for ToA but the spy plot is classic convoluted stan. if you wanna blow up NY why not send a bomb in the trunk? why a giant robot to blow up the other people's missile? then your robot has to succeed AND their missile as to work well enough to destroy the city but not well enough to resist your attempts to overtake it. 3 stars though
 
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dpaone Says:
X-Men #10 (v1) : Enjoyable issue for me. Glad to have a break from the evil mutants. I like how Jean calls Angel "Scott".
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #70 : -Q: "Whazzis?"
A: Another pretty crappy filler issue. Fo sho!
-I guess Ben and 'Licia do have some development...
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Incredible Hulk #9 Annual : -Hoe-Lee Crap, that was bad. It would've been more interesting if the "gentlemen" had each bet a dollar on Nature versus Nurture, and they had tried to make Hulk a stock broker or sumpin.
 
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Durango55 Says:
Strange Tales #117a (v1) : Torch is bad, as always. the end of these stories in Strange Tales can't come soon enough.

Not digging Dr Strange either. Not a fan of Ditko's art. The amulet is to Dr Strange what bad science is to the Torch.

 
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Antifa Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #41 (v1) : Spider-man has gotten really good. The art is really good. Romita is excellent but I think Demeo's (going my splash page not the site which says Esposito)inking is the key. 4 stars.
 
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Durango55 Says:
Fantastic Four #22 (v1) : 22 issues in, and Sue gets some decent powers that she can use on offense, as opposed to her mostly defensive former powers. Finally!

When were trees/bushes planted on the top of the Baxter Building? (page 8)

I always dug the "amphibious U-Car". I like that it ties back continuity-wise to FF Annual #1...

I wish they would explain that when Sue makes something visible, she becomes invisible (and vice-versa) a few more times...
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Treasury Edition #27 : -The worst part about these last two "treasury" editions is that they've been taking up over 100 MB of space on my iPad for weeks now. Good riddance!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Treasury Edition #26 : -So randomly insane, it's cool!
-What's with Wolvie wearin' Mickey Mouse gloves? I think the colorist and artist had a communication breakdown.
 
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sewixo Says:
Spider-Woman #34 (v1) : The previous issue was a little bit SteveGerber-ish, but this one was action-packed from the very start to the very finish. Very nice.
 
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Tarquinnff3 Says:
Fantastic Four #21 (v1) : What a weird issue. I didn't like this one very much. It only gets 2 stars for the introduction of Nick Fury.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Iron Man #57 (v1) : -@zwei: "She knoooooows!"
 
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dpaone Says:
Tales to Astonish #58a (v1) : Hank now doesn't need his capsules to change size. All and all painful read. Hulk, please come and save tales to astonish!
 
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dpaone Says:
Fantastic Four #36 (v1) : Solid 3 star issue. Would have been 3.5 if the rating was allowed. The whole list of supporting characters are mostly brief cameos by Stan to support the other marvel books at the time.
 
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Azuran Says:
Avengers #24 (v1) : This was a great mini arc. Quicksilver was so boss right at the end.
 
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MrRsBB Says:
Incredible Hulk #132 (v1) : this story was ok....just monthly filler, really.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Machine Man #17 (v1) : -I imagined that everyone in this comic talked like in a 30s gangster movie, see! I enjoyed it much more that way, you gashouse palooka!
 
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juanito Says:
X-Men #106 (v1) : The issue very irritatingly breaks the storyline. But in itself I actually liked this interlude.
 
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Psychopat Says:
Journey into Mystery #102a (v1) : Very average issue I hated Thor discovering sudden new power for his hammer. The Tale Of Asgard was exellent, ANOTHER!
 
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Drax Says:
Thor #240 (v1) : I never thought I'd say that, but I'm missing Conway right now...
 
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marvelcomicslover Says:
Strange Tales #109 (v1) : OK, so we have the gems which make you invincible from Fantastic Four #5 and now Pandora's Box that Johnny threw into the ocean. Boy, if Namor gets ahold of this stuff, the surface world is gonna be in some serious trouble. Yeah Johnny was a punk in this issue, not cool. Poor crazy old man.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Machine Man #16 (v1) : -"This may dud out!" These Silver Age "masters" just refused to evolve or adapt, no?
 
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skalchemist Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #109 (v1) : An extra star for Gwen reading Aunt May the riot act.
 
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Psychopat Says:
Journey into Mystery #100a (v1) : Great issue I liked the Tale Of Asgard
 
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marvelcomicslover Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #3 (v1) : Very good story and art. I loved the intro of Doc Ock. I've read this before but decided to read it again since it was in The Order. Good solid issue.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #105 (v1) : This is not a plot concept that needed to be revisited.
 
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Gecko Says:
Daredevil #4 Annual : Actually liked this story, then came the mind master.
 
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Psychopat Says:
Journey into Mystery #99a (v1) : Another two-parter it's beginning!! 'm liking the Blake/Foster sorry Mr.Hyde is a very average villain!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #69 : -How old is Franklin? Should we call CPS?
-How does Starhawk...you know...go pee-pee?
 
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Antifa Says:
Fantastic Four #55 (v1) : this to me is a standard 3 star issue. good but sorta forgettable, some decent action and art.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #68 : -The ending is so stupid, it makes me want to lick a cactus.
 
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Gecko Says:
Defenders #42 (v1) : @red.
Gerber is gone, and it shows. I agree with you, but i mean it in a negative way, but I think mean it in a positive way.
 
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