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Gym1963 Says:
Strange Tales #102 (v1) : This story was so bad that it was actually amusing. I think I managed an incredulous chuckle on almost every page.
 
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Gym1963 Says:
Journey into Mystery #86 (v1) : Why do futuristic villains always have names like Zarrko? Just for a change it would be fun to come across one with a normal name name like Bob, or Harry or even Stan. "I am the mighty Stan the Man, wielder of the deadly Pen of Bull! Make me your ruler and bow down before me, minions, or I'll write more Ant-Man stories!"
 
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Agrippina Says:
Tales to Astonish #43 (v1) : Putting the completely bizarre science aside for a moment, I actually thought this was one of the better Ant Man stories. Although I suppose that's not saying much ;)
 
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TStarnes Says:
Avengers #142 (v1) : Plus one star for the interesting time travel but negative a star for the characters who say "polecat" every other sentence.
 
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Duhhaag Says:
Fantastic Four #77 (v1) : Good have been better without Psycho-Man
 
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Duhhaag Says:
Fantastic Four #75 (v1) : Full page Galactus looks awesome
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Fantastic Four #35 (v1) : Sue's "female intuition" is practically as good as spidey-sense, it seems.

Interesting how the Torch can be put into a vacuum without being torn apart.
 
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butwhatwemake Says:
Strange Tales #102 (v1) : God this comic was awful.
 
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Calthor Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #65 (v1) : This was a great arc, and with the risk to and tension with Gwen's dad, the prison break-out was exciting as well!
 
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Calthor Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #64 (v1) : Except for MJ's hairdo, I like everything in this issue!
 
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Gym1963 Says:
Fantastic Four #6 (v1) : I think this is by far the best issue so far. The idea of the Baxter Building being lifted in its entirety and dragged into space is completely silly yet at the same time hugely entertaining. You've got to admire the ridiculous complexity of Dr. Doom's schemes to destroy the FF. One of the things I always looked forwards to when I first read these stories many years ago was discovering how Doom managed to get himself out of the deadly situation that he usually found himself in at the end of each encounter.
 
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styptic Says:
Captain Marvel #11 (v1) : Extremely distracting goof in this issue: the dialogue and narration refers to the Aakon attacking Mar-Vell and the Kree in fact, the events only make sense if it IS the Aakon but these attackers are drawn as humans in the uniform of The Organization as seen in the past couple of issues. I'd be interested to know if anyone scooped up a No-Prize out of this.
 
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Gym1963 Says:
Incredible Hulk #3 (v1) : A few bloopers in this one: I thought the Hulk was hidden out in the desert, so what's with the fish outside the cave on the first page? Also, on the last page the Hulk seems to have suddenly developed the power of controlled flight, since he changes direction mid-leap in a couple of frames.

I don't think providing Rick with such an easy method of controlling the Hulk is a particularly good idea, and the method used to bring this about - radiation travelling back down to the ship's control panel - was just plain silly.

At the moment it feels like the overall story is being made up issue by issue, without any real sense of direction.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Tales of Suspense #40 (v1) : I find it really interesting how in the 60s you showed that someone was a good guy by saying that they made weapons while, in the naughties, you do it by saying that they're GIVING UP the weapons trade.
 
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TaoTaomona Says:
Journey into Mystery #89 (v1) : The mannequin double of Thor steals the show. Entertaining issue, nothing essential but the plea to Odin to erase someones memory.
 
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Calthor Says:
Daredevil #42 (v1) : It's still not as good as it should be, but at least this villain's got a proper introduction and has an interaction with someone else besides Daredevil.
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Avengers #14 (v1) : I was half-hoping the Wasp would stay down... Oh well, too much to hope for, I guess.
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Avengers #13 (v1) : I don't mind the Teen Brigade that much (am I the only one who doesn't hate them?), but the Wasp can stay down in my opinion. I seem to be developing a personal vendetta against her...
 
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andyzh Says:
X-Men #22 (v1) : Count Nefaria is an okay villain but the rest they just took a bunch of terrible long-dead villains to write this, however I like the plot.
 
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olgamon Says:
Daredevil #3 (v1) : Right so Karen asks him how he knows her name, the answer? "I've seen you in my dreams". Oh okay, that's alright then, perfectly normal, acceptable answer.
 
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andyzh Says:
Fantastic Four #52 (v1) : I like Wyatt Wingfoot in this isssue
 
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andyzh Says:
Avengers #31 (v1) : Cleaver where Stan makes avengers fight both groups to stop the cobalt fire.
 
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Calthor Says:
Avengers #55 (v1) : I like the Black Knight, but other than that, these two issues have been quite messy!
 
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Calthor Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #5 Annual : This incarnation of the Red Skull is much more threatening/evil to me than the one Captain America keeps facing, but I can't really figure out why.
 
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DirtyMarco Says:
Journey into Mystery #90 (v1) : How will we imprison these shape shifting aliens? oh I know we'll just have them turn into trees. FACEPALM.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Fantastic Four #13 (v1) : This was a fairly ordinary instalment, but it gets an extra star simply for making me laugh with "Comrade Gorilla" and "Comrade Baboon". Classic.
 
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Safis Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #15 (v1) : Oh man, I didn't even catch on that this girl was the "Watson girl" until near the end when Aunt May told Peter she cancelled! Wow, am I dense or what?

Speaking of dense, it appears the dense jungles of the Congo can now be found in South America! The things you learn!

Loved Kraven as the villain here, too. Now that we've finally met all the members of the Sinister Six, I'm excited to see how they'll work together!
 
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Safis Says:
Fantastic Four #29 (v1) : Now that's a cover that makes you wanna read a comic!

So much going on in this issue, it's great! I was kind of skeptical about the force field issue too, but that's a reasonable explanation you give, Webslinger.

I loved the intriguing setup in this "yarn". The embarrassing defeat on Yancy Street, the mystery suggesting there must be something more behind this, and to top it all off, they go to the moon and fight super-monkeys.. again! Gotta love the F.F.!
 
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olgamon Says:
Avengers #7 (v1) : well everything I had to say has pretty much been said already. Banned for a week? oh gee! Also, the Wasp might just be the most useless superhero. Does she even have any powers beside flying and being small? Coz next to Thor for example, she is nothing. And her character annoys the hell out of me.
 
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andyzh Says:
Strange Tales #149a (v1) : The doctor Strange was much better than I expected. The past few doctor Strange's have been very boring or dull, and the candle ending I liked a lot.
 
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andyzh Says:
Strange Tales #148a (v1) : the doctor strange's get boring
 
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andyzh Says:
Strange Tales #148a (v1) : I like A.I.M. they are very intresting
 
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Safis Says:
Strange Tales #123a (v1) : Ya know something? I've noticed that for the past half-dozen issues or so, they've been a lot nicer to the letterer in their little credit splash on the covers. I wonder if there was some kind of internal battle going on that resulted in this, or if ol' Stanny had himself a little change of heart?

Anyway, the Beetle wasn't half bad as a villain. And it's gotta be tough being the girlfriend of a superhero. I've gotta hand it to Alicia and Doris, they're pretty tough gals in their own right!
 
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Safis Says:
Avengers #7 (v1) : Yeah, that vision the Enchantress gave him was pretty sweet. It'd be neat to see one of them sent into an alternate universe where those evil versions of the avengers exist. Or heck, the whole good team against the whole evil team. Now THAT would be a match!
 
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Calthor Says:
Fantastic Four #79 (v1) : Those last few panels are heart-breaking...
 
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juanito Says:
X-Men #36 (v1) : What a way to prolong the story of X-Men vs. Factor 3! I can't believe it.
 
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Calthor Says:
Fantastic Four #77 (v1) : This whole arc would be a lot better if it didn't contain 'Psycho Man'.
 
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Calthor Says:
Fantastic Four #75 (v1) : It's a weird angle, that's why, but it still works somehow...
 
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Agrippina Says:
Tales of Suspense #39a (v1) : I really like the Iron Man origin story. It's very archetypal, but enjoyably so. It's a pity the depiction of Asian characters is so awful, however.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Incredible Hulk #6 (v1) : I'm really not a fan of the Hulk artwork in this one. It looks quite ink blotty. And the Teen Brigade makes me cringe.
 
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