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leisch Says:
Captain America #167 (v1) : Just call him "Claw", lose the lemon skin coloring. Other than that, I enjoyed this one a lot.
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
X-Men #11 (v1) : I agree with all previous comments! Finally an X-Men comic that doesn't bore me to sleep lol
 
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Anonymous Says:
Tales to Astonish #75a (v1) : 2 guarantees when you see the watcher, he will say he can't interfere, and then he will interfere.
 
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leisch Says:
Captain America #166 (v1) : Pure pulp goodness!
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Tales of Suspense #65a (v1) : I didn't know the red skull was just a mask!
 
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leisch Says:
Captain America #165 (v1) : Werewolves, giant spiders, mummies-Englehart's been reading old pulps.
 
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leisch Says:
Captain America #164 (v1) : Other than the return of Yellow Claw, this was horrendous. Nightshade's outfit is destined to be the female superhero wear of the future.
 
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leisch Says:
Power Man #20 : Cage arcs are really holding up well. I look forward to them.
 
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leisch Says:
Power Man #19 : As much as I enjoyed Cage before, the new team is doing a heck of a job.
 
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leisch Says:
Power Man #18 : Good story, lousy villain
 
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leisch Says:
Power Man #17 : He thought of calling himself the "Ace of Spades"? Yeah, try marketing that one, Marvel.
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #67 (v1) : Side effects may include, but are not limited to: headache, blurred vision, constipation, and turning into a huge destructive monster. Iron Man at this time is demoted to bi-monthly status.
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #66 (v1) : What started out as a mediocre arc rises to a high.
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #65 (v1) : That was a good issue even if it used the old "Let me tell you my origin before I defeat you." Skrulls were totally unexpected.
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #64 (v1) : I'm ready for Iron Man to be a good title again. Anytime now.
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #63 (v1) : "go ahead and think you won, Spectrum, because all my weapons are useless and if we kept fighting, I'd lose" Isn't that pretty much the definition of "Spectrum won!" Rather than carry that stupid prism around, couldn't Spectrum put it into a ring or something?
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #62 (v1) : I don't see any reason for this being a 10 issue arc of Iron Man other than to get this crud out of the way.
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #61 (v1) : They're pulling out the jealous Happy subplot that was trite when they used it back in Tales of Suspense.
 
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Drax Says:
Fantastic Four #178 (v1) : Ah, the good ol' switch-a-roo...
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #60 (v1) : Yeah, if you can't trust your minions you give them really crappy equipment. That will really help your plot-of-the-month.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Tales to Astonish #73a (v1) : The problem with the Submariner portion is that the revolution part is more interesting than the part that follows Namor.
 
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Drax Says:
Fantastic Four #177 (v1) : Perez art is gorgeous. The issue itself is as silly as should be open-auditions for super-villains and the reveal at the end was great. I must admit I had forgotten about the Brute!
 
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Durango55 Says:
X-Men #12 (v1) : Another 4 star issue! Very enjoyable!
- While I agree that the plot device or Professor X telling his (and Juggernaut's) origin was a bit hackneyed, I'm in agreement with bharbeke's comment to go with Prof X mentally communicating this information to the X-Men during Juggernaut's approach.
- The was a palpable sense of tension as Juggernaut broke through the defenses one by one...
- I had a bit of disbelief when Cain Marko read the inscription on the gem of Cyttorak, but perhaps when someone holds the gem it provides the ability to read the inscription...
- I did like how the Juggernaut was partially seen or appeared in shadow until the stories end.
- Can Mark was buried "beneath a TRILLION tons of falling rock and rubble"?
- Xavier seem to be unusually knowledgeable about the Cyttorak gem/band, etc. Was this ever explained?
- Probably the best cliffhanger ending to any story at this point in the Order. How can they stop the Juggernaut?
 
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Durango55 Says:
X-Men #11 (v1) : 5'm giving this 4 stars
- While far from perfect, I was really entertained.
- Marvel's second "cosmic" character - I like the Stranger.
- Look like Magneto and the Toad are gone for good!
- One of the best, if not the best, issue of X-Men at this point in the order.
- Finally some advancement in the Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch plotline!
 
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Anonymous Says:
Tales to Astonish #70a (v1) : Namor has been such a jerk and a villain, I wonder what made them decide to let him have his own stories.
 
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Wady Says:
Tomb of Dracula #19 (v1) : Who would have thought of wooden bullets??
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #59 (v1) : Happy is unrecognizable from his debut way back when.
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #58 (v1) : Pepper-"I've got to stand alone...and pray I don't fail" You're just putting a plug into a wall socket, for God's sake.
 
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leisch Says:
Iron Man #57 (v1) : Mandarin has built up his power to new highs, but he still needs a mug like Unicorn.
 
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leisch Says:
Hero for Hire #16 : This arc was Cage's best story since the origin, but why was it necessary to throw a new bottom tier villain into the mix?
 
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leisch Says:
Hero for Hire #15 : The story comes to an abrupt end just as it's gaining momentum.
 
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leisch Says:
Hero for Hire #14 : This arc has some serious potential. Looking forward to the next chapter.
 
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leisch Says:
Tomb of Dracula #11 (v1) : Darn, was hoping for Brother Voodoo.
 
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leisch Says:
Captain America #163 (v1) : The Serpent Squad is always fun, especially as they start to bring in even more wacky snake-themed villains. An eel, however, is a fish.
 
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leisch Says:
Captain America #162 (v1) : Solid issue, plenty of emotion and action.
 
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Robareid Says:
Amazing Adventures #3a (v2) : The art in Black Widow's section was a noticeable improvement, but it's still not a good title.
 
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leisch Says:
Captain America #161 (v1) : Dr Faustus is a great villain. Nice to see him taking on Cap.
 
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podgejeff Says:
Man-Thing #2 (v1) : Man-Thing really doesn't go easy on alligators.
 
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Durango55 Says:
X-Men #12 (v1) : "The only outward sign was the fact that I began to lose my hair while still in my teens! But more important than that was my fantastic ability to think!"

OMG - I'm a mutant!
 
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Durango55 Says:
Daredevil #7 (v1) : Looking at this cover, I'm assuming this is the LAST issue of Daredevil, as Namor should be able to reduce DD to a bloody pulp in under a minute...
 
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