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Calthor Says:
Fantastic Four #175 (v1) : I thought the Impossible Man was actually reasonably fun/tolerable in this context.
 
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JWC Says:
Defenders #35 (v1) : I love the angry fawn. A great visual.
 
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JWC Says:
Marvel Presents #5 (v1) : I liked this issue. I also like a lot of what I've read of Gerber's work. Not all, by any means, but a lot of it. Major Victory was written as quite a jerk the last couple of issues. I don't remember that being an aspect of his character in the other Guardians stories that I've read.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Fantastic Four #6 (v1) : Some fantastic Kirby art in this one. I love the panel of the Baxter building flying above Manhattan.
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Fantastic Four #188 (v1) : The animated house splash page was awesome.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Journey into Mystery #84 (v1) : If it had been the other Executioner it would have been more fun. As it is, a it too much propaganda for my taste.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Fantastic Four #5 (v1) : Page 11, where the Thing wakes up on the pirate ship, is genius.
 
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Ripner Says:
X-Men #12 (v1) : "The Irresistible" Juggernaut. Not really the best choice of adjective for him . . .
 
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skalchemist Says:
Fantastic Four #4 (v1) : I give this four stars just for the idea of Ben strapping a nuke on his back and then voluntarily getting eaten by a giant monster. That is just awesome.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Incredible Hulk #1 (v1) : Wow, they really packed the story in. In my memory, this was actually two different issues, not one.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Fantastic Four #3 (v1) : The Miracle Man is a bit goofy, not really a 1st or even 2nd rate villain. But the developing relationships among the Fantastic Four are still interesting.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Fantastic Four #2 (v1) : I have read this once a long time ago, but I had forgotten just how much story Lee and Kirby packed into these things.
 
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spencer617 Says:
Avengers #34 (v1) : This one was just brutally bad. I had a hard time finishing it.
 
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sewixo Says:
Daredevil #158 (v1) : I loved the mystery around Death-Stalker since his first appearance, and I was very much looking forward to know the origin of his powers.
In the end, I expected something else, but it was still pretty good. The final fight was also rather good and... enter Frank Miller. Not bad at all.
 
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Calthor Says:
Tomb of Dracula #50 (v1) : While this wasn't perfect ('Let's control/influence the Surfer again', plus Drac's sudden weather powers), I did really enjoy the somewhat mysterious/foreshadowing ending.
 
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CosmicCostello Says:
Fantastic Four #18 (v1) : Robareid, THANK YOU for pointing out the Super Skrull being lifted by a machine while he lifts something 'no machine can lift.' Try as I might I can find no way to warp my interpretation of what Jack drew to be anything other than how we're seeing that panel.

Otherwise, a great issue. I never liked the Super Skrull until John Byrne got a hold of him, but I'd also never read this issue before. He has a regality and arrogance in his 'flag planting' maneuver that just makes this issue work. Until the lame denouement, natch. (A lamouement?)
 
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Anonymous Says:
Fantastic Four #18 (v1) : Robareid, THANK YOU for pointing out the Super Skrull being lifted by a machine while he lifts something 'no machine can lift.' Try as I might I can find no way to warp my interpretation of what Jack drew to be anything other than how we're seeing that panel.

Otherwise, a great issue. I never liked the Super Skrull until John Byrne got a hold of him, but I'd also never read this issue before. He has a regality and arrogance in his 'flag planting' maneuver that just makes this issue work. Until the lame denouement, natch. (A lamouement?)
 
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spencer617 Says:
Tales of Suspense #87a (v1) : This plot looks really familiar...
 
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Drax Says:
Daredevil #60 (v1) : Daredevil is so much better when he is tackling crime bosses and assassins than he is fighting the craziest "super-powered" freaks like Leap-Frog or Stilt-Man. I'm surprised at how much I've enjoyed the issues since Mike Murdock death. The Jester, Starr Saxon and now Crimewave have given DD some quality villains.
 
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Kez Says:
Dracula Lives #7a : Ah, actually a couple of the stories were alright. Much to my chagrin, I couldn't give it just one star. :(
 
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chrisWhite Says:
Strange Tales #132a (v1) : Damn that was a great Dr. Strange issue!
 
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Kez Says:
Dracula Lives #7a : Haven't read this, but tempted to give it one star purely because one of the stories is titled "Here Comes the Death Man". I mean, really?
 
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Kez Says:
Dracula Lives #6a : Whenever I hit one of these "illustrated text" stories I always groan, and then get really into it.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #34 : -A hideously ugly, yet kind and benevolent alien...I've NEVER heard of that before!
-Power Man #46 references this issue as detailing the recovery of a cobalt device off the coast of Bimini--that's obviously an error.
 
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Drax Says:
Silver Surfer #10 (v1) : Viso-scanners sure have a tendency to show people in the perfect moment to misinterpret a situation!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Power Man #46 : -I was gettin' ready to go all apesh*t on this book, and then the **** turned out to be a ****. I'll let it slide...this time.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Power Man #45 : -His mace sprays mace?!? Why didn't I think of that?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Godzilla #9 : -@sewixo: "I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure."
 
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sewixo Says:
Godzilla #10 : Wow. My suggestion for updated characters listing:
Jimmy Woo - Fool
Tamara H. - Dummie
Dum Dum Dugan - Idjit
Hugh Howards - Stupid
Gabe Jones - Idiot
Rob T. - Idiot
Doug Moench - Idiot

It isn't an awful story. It's somewhat entertaining I guess. But it is damn stupid, ehh :)...
 
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sewixo Says:
Godzilla #9 : So. Like a million people died this issue. At this point, you pretty much just nuke the bastard and be done with it.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Fantastic Four #7 (v1) : @UTDdestroyer - no, it's not a typo. There was no ENLARGING gas, meaning they can't return to their former sizes. There WAS reducing gas, as we can see it worked, making everyone tiny.
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #148 (v1) : "Serba seems to be one of those pathetic guys- the kind who devote themselves entirely to their work, to the exclusion of everything else!"

That's a rather ironic thing for Peter to say.
 
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chrys Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : You guys didn't see the end coming? The moment a bomb in the suitcase was mentioned I knew Flip would die. Though in hindsight, it is unusual for the time.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Power Man #43 : -There's a lot of jakey sh*t in this book and I found the art to be abysmal, but it was still enjoyable.
 
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chrys Says:
Daredevil #42 (v1) : This was alright, but why would the Jester take Mike as his hostage instead of, you know, Foggy's girlfriend?
 
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chrys Says:
X-Men #46a (v1) : Everything in the main story is contrived, in the worst sense. And in the second one, mind-wiping left and right, mind-wiping for everyone!!
 
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chrys Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : As much as I'd like to rate this higher for getting rid of Mike, I think the way it was done was very poor and senseless. His decision to get rid of the Mike identity is completely out of the blue, on a whim.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Power Man #42 : -Same artist as last month, but the pencils struck me as particularly crappy this issue.
-Good ol' radiation! What would we do without your leaky goodness?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Power Man #41 : -"Sweet Christmas," what a cliffhanger! This was actually much better than I was expecting from that silly cover.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Captain Britain #14 (v1) : -Wow! I didn't think it was possible to cram that much sappy bullsh*t into 7 pages, but Friedrich found a way. Rapidly losing patience with this title.
 
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