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leisch Says:
Tales of Suspense #88b (v1) : Cap needs villains of his own beyond Red Skull and Batroc. There's a huge gap for decent villains in there.
 
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danoldham Says:
Fantastic Four #45 (v1) : Karnaks power is pretty ridiculous even by Stan's standard
 
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At The Gates of Dawn Says:
X-Men #39a (v1) : And what a finale it was! I loved the action here! The Mutant Master turning out to be an alien (a freaky weird-looking alien at that) was kinda lame! The Artwork was great, I actually prefer Don Heck's pencils over Werner Roth's. And now on to the costumes! Cyclops's costume is simple and striking,he looks more mature. I could say the same for the Beast's. Angel looks damn ridiculous. Iceman looks the same and Marvel Girl's costume looks too 60's-ish and outdated (but cool and sexy! I guess!) Yes I am going to miss their old uniforms but the times are a-changing for our favorite mutants!
 
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At The Gates of Dawn Says:
X-Men #38a (v1) : With this issue, the series is split into two; The main story and the "X-Men's origins". I'm not particularly a fan of these origins stories, maybe because it's too wordy? (thanks again Mr. Thomas). But, the main story starting from here gets interesting because of the page shortage which makes each issue end with a cliff-hanger (I love cliff-hangers). Anyway, The Mutant-Master seems to be a big jerk with a smart evil plot to dominate the world. Xavier finally speaks! The Changeling is a Toad rip-off and the action was decent!
 
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At The Gates of Dawn Says:
X-Men #37 (v1) : Factor Three finally revealed! This issue was an improvement over the last one, with Ross Andru doing a great job on pencils. The falling through the air scenes was plain ridiculous, even for a 1960's comic! And the fans of the early issues have to be glad that the old villains (Mastermind and the Vanisher) finally make an appearance here, which makes one fun little "clip show"!
 
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arsenal009 Says:
Tales of Suspense #60a (v1) : Is Don Heck the first artist of the Marvel Universe to draw cleavage :O
 
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JobberMP Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #4 (v1) : It's just amazing, one issue ago, I was thinking that the Super Skrull is one of the best issues so far in the order. Then the entire quality of work of this one puts all the others to shame.

I love Fantastic Four, but it's hard to compare any of the other series so far to how much Lee and crew put into the Spider-Man comics. Too bad they don't. FF could have done so much more early on.

Great issue.
 
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At The Gates of Dawn Says:
X-Men #36 (v1) : MEKANO SUCKS! Nuff said!
 
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X-Men #35 (v1) : It's quite obvious that Spider-Man guest starred here to draw in some readers along with this "Factor Three" mess. But hey! They got me! Spidey was plain awesome on this one, although Werner's depiction of ol Web-head was very lackluster! I gotta admit that the fighting scenes were fun for a change (even with Roy's wordy curse) and the reappearance of the Banshee was a pleasure!
 
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At The Gates of Dawn Says:
X-Men #34 (v1) : Underground filler garbage that just irritates and bores me! The Mole Man and Tyrannus are terrible villains that never pose a threat to anybody! Can we please just search for Professor X!? Please?
 
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arsenal009 Says:
Fantastic Four #33 (v1) : I loved the artwork on page 8. Kirby is a true genius.
 
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Anonymous Says:
X-Men #2 (v1) : I love how the small white ice-cream truck is red in the panels. Its also nice to know that a sleep gun is way better than a real one. A note on another comic where deadpole kills everyone. When Deadpole is killing all of the x-men on recordings as Professor X watches in horror... I knew he could have at least did something like this to stop deadpole... In fact his inaction eft over the rest of the remaining universe
 
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Drax Says:
Incredible Hulk #182 (v1) : The alien was useless, the villains uninteresting, but the friendship and the emotionally filled ending redeemed this issue.
 
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Gecko Says:
Captain America #3 Annual : I'm so happy that Jack is back /irony off
 
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Drax Says:
Incredible Hulk #181 (v1) : Great little arc. Wein is definitely finding his stride with the Hulk.
 
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Drax Says:
Incredible Hulk #180 (v1) : This has to be the worst Wolverine drawing I ever saw!
 
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Drax Says:
Incredible Hulk #179 (v1) : Loved the writing part, especially the first half of the issue. It had been a while since we had quality Banner time.
 
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leisch Says:
Fantastic Four #63 (v1) : Love the final punch Thing throws at Sandman.
 
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Drax Says:
Incredible Hulk #178 (v1) : Enough of Warlock's adventure on Counter-Earth. Finally, I'm poised to see what Starlin can do with the character!
 
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leisch Says:
Fantastic Four #62 (v1) : Blastaar! Isn't it cool how alien villains always have a name that reflects an English definition of their powers?
 
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leisch Says:
Fantastic Four #61 (v1) : I'm kind of surprised that Sandman is such a challenge for all four. But we needed to get Reed into the Negative Zone.
 
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leisch Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #46 (v1) : Can't wait to see where this Foswell tracking Peter thread leads.
 
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leisch Says:
Daredevil #26 (v1) : StiltMan/LeapFrog/Masked Marauder--There's a reason that was never a run in Super-Villain Team-up.
These runs of X-Men followed by Daredevil are sheer torture.
 
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leisch Says:
X-Men #30 (v1) : How many issues before the reprint run? This is getting very tedious and the Cobalt Man doesn't sound like an improvement.
 
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leisch Says:
X-Men #29 (v1) : Titans?!?!?! Mimic and the Adaptoid, really? That is a very very lax interpretation of the term 'Titans".
 
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leisch Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #45 (v1) : Good ending to this arc.
Peter needs to decide which girl he wants or they'll all be gone.
 
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leisch Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #44 (v1) : In 67, if mom & dad (or Aunt May) were out of town for a few days, it would be time to get the girlfriend over for some quality "alone time". Petey, you're killing me here-letting MJ go like that.
 
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Drax Says:
Incredible Hulk #177 (v1) : Last supper, trial by mob and crucifixion coupled by a cry for help to "God" (High Evolutionary). That has to be the most completed metaphor of Warlock as the Christ.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Doctor Strange #43 (v2) : -The speech bubble ruins an otherwise cool cover.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Doctor Strange #42 (v2) : -"Strange on the Edge of Forever."
 
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leisch Says:
X-Men #28 (v1) : Banshee is drawn as a stereotypical Irishman. I thought by this point Marvel would have been beyond that.

And in folklore, a banshee is a female spirit.
 
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leisch Says:
Fantastic Four #60 (v1) : Another classic arc. Although it doesn't quite rival the Galactus saga, this is another of the FF's best storylines.
 
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leisch Says:
Fantastic Four #59 (v1) : Stan and Jack bring the Inhumans arc to a conclusion while pitting Doom against the world.
Why don't they get Black Bolt to yell at Doom?
 
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leisch Says:
Fantastic Four #58 (v1) : Silver Surfer's putdown of Doom shows that Surfer is still a force to be reconed with, even de-powered. Torch puts up another great battle, following closely on his battle with the original Torch. Too bad his solo stories were never this great.
 
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leisch Says:
Fantastic Four #57 (v1) : With this issue, Doom becomes a force to reckon with. Finally, his plan goes beyond "Beat the Fantastic Four". Even after he eventually losses the cosmic power, he'll remain a badass.
 
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leisch Says:
Fantastic Four #4 Annual : The Torchbattle was great as was the new character of Quasimodo but the Thinker is still a lame villain.
 
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DrBaxter Says:
Iron Man #12 (v1) : Matrix-like human batteries. Interesting.
 
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leisch Says:
Strange Tales #158a (v1) : Steranko kills it with the final chapter of his Hydra saga. It has all the twists and turns of a great Bond movie.

Dr. Strange continues to come up with amazing cosmic entities who will figure in the Marvel Universe for decades to come.
 
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leisch Says:
Strange Tales #157a (v1) : Somewhere along the line, Steranko has transformed Fury from the husky commando sargeant to a lithe sculptured fighting machine.

Strange continues to pick up the pack. His final panels always make the next issue a must.
 
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leisch Says:
Strange Tales #156a (v1) : Back in 1967, that last panel of Shield was met with a loud "COOOOL!"

Umar finally commits the one unpardonable act when tvs go out around the world. Truly this is a menace even Stan Lee could not have enough superlatives for.
 
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