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skalchemist Says:
Tomb of Dracula #45 (v1) : That was a three star story after the beginning, but gets only one because that was the worst excuse ever for bringing Dracula back. Strange can't tell he is playing possum?! Stupid.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Thor #253a (v1) : That page where the Trolls are all laughing at Thor was worth a star in and of itself.
 
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duncanm Says:
Iron Man #14 (v1) : How can Stark be so indignant of the baddie possibly being supernatural? Dude's friends with an ancient Norse god?!
 
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rook420 Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #3e : This basically concludes the arc which was begun in the last story. I found the quality to be about the same, except the art-work and lettering seems like it was more rushed for this second issue. Again, it was a so-so story but keeping the historical perspective in mind (this was pre-WWII when published) helps me to appreciate this more. America was still growing in power and status at the time and had not reached it's level that it would by the end of the second World War. 3 stars for a middle of the road, set-up story.
 
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rook420 Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #2e : Meh... This was so-so. It didn't suck, but didn't grab me like Sub-Mariner or the Human Torch. Still, it was interesting. It made me remember that this was released BEFORE World War II so it was interesting to see this "alternative" course that the European history took. America was still a growing player in the international scene at this time. Knowing this historical perspective at the time this was written, it really made this kinda of a curiosity and a novelty piece for me. Keeping a historical perspective always helps me to appreciate these older comics more. I still prefer the absence of the Comics Code at this time. The stories are a little more gripping, because of this.
 
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duncanm Says:
Avengers #63 (v1) : Jeez, one failure snaps Hawkeye's bowstring and his mind at the same time. Was looking forward to this issue for a while seeing it coming down the pipe because of the cover showing all the original Avengers joining back and wondering what could have caused it to happen. Nothing caused it to happen because it didn't happen.
 
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Bramwell Says:
Journey into Mystery #117a (v1) : 1. I think this is the longest story arc to date....I dig it
2. Its about time someone sucker-punched Loki in the back of the head
3. Okay...didn't this whole race start with Odin trying to figure out who was lying? Now we need a race too figure out who is lying about who won the last race. Back to Skornheim with both of you!
4. Its okay baby...you can call me Huge
5. Good ending
6. Art on Asgard is fantastic
7. Is of just me or did the bullpen throw a***joke into the last panel
 
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Redsvetz Says:
West Coast Avengers #3 (v1) : -Not really a whole lot goin on in this issue, but Graviton IS a badass.
 
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Bramwell Says:
Journey into Mystery #116a (v1) : 1. Yagg has gas pumps for hands
2. The carnivorous plants are great....really when are carnivorous plants a bad thing in a story
3. I like DDs appearance through the window. Very character for him
4. Something seems out of Order with the Four at the Baxter building
5. Erm.....Hymir's duds are...ummm...interesting
 
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phogbear Says:
X-Men #14 (v1) : I was surprised to see that sentinels were almost human height. It seems wrong to seem them standing nose to nose to the x-men. A good debut and looking forward to the continued storyline. Interesting to see people compline about multiissue stories in the letter pages.
 
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Bramwell Says:
Journey into Mystery #115a (v1) : 1. Very cool cover. The villain looks great
2. Good twist to beat the villain. I did not see that coming and was genuinely wondering how this was going to end
 
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fragsel Says:
Wolverine #17 (v2) : It was some kind of system bug. I fixed that...
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Wolverine #17 (v2) : Same with Roughouse.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Wolverine #17 (v2) : And why does it say this is the first appearance of Bloodscream? He was in issue 4!
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Wolverine #17 (v2) : I really like the atmosphere throughout this. But why is it essential?
 
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Tarquinnff3 Says:
X-Men #31 (v1) : A pretty decent ish. I'm glad everyone is getting a little personality boost. I'm also glad Angel found an old flame. Maybe now Jean and Scott will stop playing footsy and hook up already.
 
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MattzLadd Says:
Strange Tales #141a (v1) : Hmm, it seems Arnold Brown either dyed his ginger hair and moustache to grey since last ish, or an unseen time travel conundrum has occurred in which Arnold Brown has aged 30 or so years.

Along with Fury's fluctuating stubble, it makes for a - Good job Marvel!
 
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MattzLadd Says:
Strange Tales #140a (v1) : Also minus a star for re-using the pathetic Tiger / Pussycat gag.
 
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MattzLadd Says:
Strange Tales #140a (v1) : So the SKATE BOARD UNITS get OFF their skate boards after going down their exit hallway?
 
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Ryumit Says:
Avengers #2 (v1) : 4 stars. Good fun story, enjoy seeing the avengers in one comic again.

Not giving it 5 starts because the wasp is still annoying.
 
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MattzLadd Says:
Strange Tales #139a (v1) : The HYDRA password isn't very clever, and pretty obvious, considering they use it as a second catchphrase to 'Hail HYDRA'.
 
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MattzLadd Says:
Strange Tales #139a (v1) : Braino-saur?

Um...no.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #355 (v1) : -Hey you! Let's wrassle!!
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
New Warriors #65 (v1) : God I hate Vance Astro. He has such a stick up his ass.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #13 Annual : -"GRAAAR! I am enraged!!" Somebody's been attending their anger management classes...tell us about your feelings, bro.
-Wasn't Thor's steed disintegrated in issue #354?
-"Have you heard about the lonesome Mephisto?
He's a loser, but he still keeps on tryin"
 
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Tarquinnff3 Says:
Wolverine #1 (v1) : Great issue. Love the voice, the story, and the art. Great job by Claremont and Miller.
 
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Tarquinnff3 Says:
X-Men #30 (v1) : Not terrible, not great. Not a fan of Warlock though his confidence was amusing. I still don't like the kidnapped girl trope, but at least they put a twist on it and had her save the others in this one.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Man Comics #5e (v2) : -So, do you pronounce Aman "A-Man?"
-I found this painful...
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Man Comics #5a (v2) : -I actually do like that cover.
-The "tests" were insipid, but bearable--but as the above comments mention, the train jump killed this issue for me.
 
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Ryumit Says:
Tales to Astonish #49 (v1) : I have rated this 4 stars because I actually quite enjoyed it. Not really enjoyed the Ant Man stories so far the dialog is always boring to read and the wasp is irritating.

However, Giant Man was a bit refreshing from the mundane stories that normally appear. I agree how is he stronger etcetc, but whatever, not bothered it was still a lot more enjoyable!
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Strange Tales #167a (v1) : I'm loving the Order. I'm still trying to organize the comics I've collected so far and there are others I just can't find yet. Hopefully when I get to those issues, I'll have found them by then.

After last season, I'm not certain any game is a sure win. Good luck Saturday, my SEC brethren.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Avengers #1 Annual : My first thought was why did the Mandarin trust the Swordsman again after his betrayal? That didn't make any sense to me. That aside, this was a superb issue, definitely fills a giant desideratum of move as I've been reading. The manner in which the Avengers of new and old were brought together couldn't have been pulled off any more perfect. There was no sense of forcing anyone to fit in to the story and there was enough tie ins that made anyone who's read the order up to this point wet their pants in excitement. 5 stars, and this is the first time if have given an issue a higher grade if I was able to.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #354 (v1) : -Aw man, they changed Hela's costume--I loved the old one.
-@JD: That WAS particularly savage.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Strange Tales #167a (v1) : -I see your enthusiasm hasn't waned a bit! Rock on!
-PS I'm sure your Gators will sh*t all over our puny hopes and dreams on Satdee night. Go Cats!
 
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Ryumit Says:
Tales of Suspense #47 (v1) : 3 stars for me no the best issue but certainly not the worst.

Yup magnets.... and yup liquid iron apparently isn't hot but aside from that pretty good story.

 
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dpaone Says:
Moon Knight #2 (v2) : I know that Marc Spector has been Moon Knight before this series, yet he acts like he doesn't know how much his strength increases at night under the moon?
 
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specialque Says:
Fantastic Four #58 (v1) : I'm really digging super-powered Doom. The guy's such a pompousa**that I can't wait to see what he does next issue.
 
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Gym1963 Says:
The Hulk! #14a : I've been sort of enjoying these Hulk! stories, but this one was a step downhill.
 
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Calthor Says:
Marvel Fanfare #1a (v1) : This is a very promising start to this title, actually. Lots of tie-ins, good use of the characters, and a tense build-up... And Golden's art is lovely!
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Tales of Suspense #94b (v1) : The art was absolutely amazing, specifically after MODOK was shot down. The story was great. 5 stars for the best Cap ish yet.
 
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