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Agrippina Says:
Strange Tales #107 (v1) : This is one of the better Strange Tales issues so far. I think it has a lot to do with the fact that the Sub Mariner is a lot more interesting than random communist plots and schemes.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Fantastic Four #11b (v1) : It's interesting that the reaction to readers complaining about Sue's lack of importance was to defend themselves (and compare her to Abe Lincoln's mother!?!) instead of improving her role. Torch gets new powers every minute, but Sue really IS underpowered at this stage.
 
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Calthor Says:
Doctor Strange #170 (v1) : Nightmare is a great villain, I hope to see him return more often.
 
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Calthor Says:
Doctor Strange #169 (v1) : If the artwork of the entire run of Doctor Strange is going to be as good or better as it is in here, than this is going to be good!
 
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Calthor Says:
Sub-Mariner #2 (v1) : Plantman as a villain is just meh, but the Triton-Sub-Mariner interaction is at least decent.
 
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sewixo Says:
Marvel Team-Up #10 (v1) : I'd help you save the world Spidey, but I don't wanna run into my ex. You know. Awkwaaarrdd…! Oh and tell her I want my CDs back!
 
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pik.asso Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #4 (v1) : After watching all the Spider-Man-movies I started to read the original comics some time ago and it is really great to see all the so wellknown characters of the movies in their original form! I really enjoy that!
 
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zweineuf Says:
Strange Tales #157a (v1) : The ridiculousness of Plan K-11 is IMMEDIATELY made up for one page later with Steranko's brilliant Hallucination Cube full-page spread.
 
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Calthor Says:
Sub-Mariner #1 (v1) : Mostly just a big summary of the character so far, and considering it's the Premiere of his own mag, that's to be expected. It makes for slightly dull reading for a reader of the Order though.
 
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Calthor Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : Well, that can only signify better Daredevil issues coming in the future. Bye bye, Mike!
 
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Canuck Says:
X-Men #30 (v1) : Oh boy. I am so looking forward to the Chris Claremont era.
 
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Safis Says:
Tales of Suspense #56a (v1) : I completely understand what Tony Stark is going through at the beginning of this issue. I may not be a genius millionaire playboy (thankfully), but a few years ago I was in a pretty similar position. In my case the situation ended up changing and I was dissolved of the responsibility. But I know many others who take up the very same challenge day after day and heroically deny their own desires for the pleasures of a normal, everyday life for the sake of the people they serve, like Iron Man but without a transistor-powered super suit.
 
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andyzh Says:
Tales of Suspense #79a (v1) : nothing happens in 1st story
 
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TStarnes Says:
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #4 : Negative star for the really annoying, Groucho Marx parody driver.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Avengers #137 (v1) : Extra star for the Beast. I particularly liked him in this issue.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Iron Man #75 (v1) : So wait. They are in MODOKs base, and the Mad Thinker pulls a lever on the wall to release his android? Why does MODOK have a release lever of the Mad Thinkers android? What the hell.
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #19 (v1) : All D.D. did was knock out a bunch of underworld crooks.
 
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Safis Says:
Tales to Astonish #58a (v1) : Not sure I like the Wasp's new costume. In some ways I guess it's better than the old one, but man... yeesh.

Pretty sure this was one of the weakest stories yet.
 
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juanito Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #50 (v1) : Very nice issue. With nearly any action at all, instead taking a slower paced reflective view on Spider-Man's standing so far. Very fitting for the anniversary edition.
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #16 (v1) : nice ending
 
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Anonymous Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #59 (v1) : OMG!!!! Gwen is dead?????
 
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Calthor Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #55 (v1) : Amnesia, really? That's a disappointing payoff to a story arc that was very enjoyable so far!
 
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Duhhaag Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #59 (v1) : A pity they killed off Gwen instead of MJ
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #15 (v1) : page twelve is scary for a second before I noticed the wire I thought daredevil was walking through the streets as a giant
 
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andyzh Says:
X-Men #19 (v1) : I think the mimic is a terrible villain, plus he could if he really wanted to, use tech to fly and make ice and that. I thought his origin was terrible the gas he could have held his breath and walked out. Also why didn't the dad get the mimic powers too then?
 
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zweineuf Says:
Strange Tales #153a (v1) : You say that like it's a bad thing.
 
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andyzh Says:
Avengers #29 (v1) : It seems the jungle scent didn't do anything to his spider sense.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Strange Tales #169 (v1) : Isn't this basically just a black version of Doctor Strange?
 
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Hertz1991 Says:
Avengers #7 (v1) : Many things are well pointed out already in the comments. Captain America's and Rick's relationship is quite disturbing, and the latter coming out of the closer made much sense, lol. And yeah, banned from Avengers activities?? Do they play pool and watch movies together?? Anyways, Thor's nightmare is effective, especially the Wasp's portrayal.
 
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Duhhaag Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #56 (v1) : Great story arc
 
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Daredevil Says:
Avengers #3 (v1) : How many times in one issue do we have to be told that the Avengers don't know that Tony Stark is Iron Man?
 
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FearThePaw Says:
Daredevil #6 (v1) : "I hear her pulse quicken as she speak to me! If only it meant she loves me... But it must only be her feeling for Daredevil!".. Really, are you that serious?? Haha love the silver age writings
 
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sewixo Says:
Avengers #112 (v1) : At page 11, Widow looks like Picasso's muse.
 
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olgamon Says:
Daredevil #1 (v1) : Hopefully it stays as good as this and better. Daredevil is quickly climbing up my favorite superheroes list!
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #14 (v1) : Stan writes too much "I'll give you an A for effort though".
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #13 (v1) : It was very confusing with the plunderer being so many things.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Journey into Mystery #89 (v1) : The panels where Jane daydreams about looking after Thor are pure comedy gold.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Strange Tales #105 (v1) : At this point, I'm getting rather sick of the Human Torch adding several obscure new powers to his repertoire with every issue. I mean, really: a saw-shaped flame that actually operates as a saw?
 
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Agrippina Says:
Tales to Astonish #39 (v1) : My first one-star vote. I just can't take a comic about fighting a supervillain beetle seriously.
 
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andyzh Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #33 (v1) : The first page sucked being all about him getting out from under the machine.
 
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