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Webslinger Says:
Avengers #22 (v1) : Agreed, nice issue, and I didn;t see that ending coming.

There is an interesting letter complaining about Marvel's propaganda against communism and a short but illustrative response.
 
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Daredevil Says:
X-Men #10 (v1) : And there was me thinking that Ka-Zar made his first appearance in #12 of my comic. Incidentally, does anybody else pronounce his name Kay Zar? He's always been Ka (as in a-CA-demy) to me.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Avengers #21 (v1) : Rainbow Bridge, the bridge anyone can cross.... and after many letters requesting a revival of Wonder Man, they do it in a somewhat different way.

As Avengers have top A priority over police and military (and even Rick had to talk to the president himself) they must already have some kind of legal status, but also it what take nothing less than a Supreme Court decision to disband them...
 
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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #49a (v1) : This was just great. The Iron Man/Angel battle was fun, I liked how it was resolved, and it's always nice seeing the X-Men pop up. That Watcher story was heavy-handed but also good, and I like how it further expands the Marvel universe.
 
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specialque Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #8a (v1) : The Living Brain sucked ass. It was great seeing Flash get knocked the fudge out.

Spidey crashing the Torch's party was probably his douchiest moment to date. However, because solo Torch stories are the hardest for me to plow through, I'm glad Spidey ruined his party.
 
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specialque Says:
Strange Tales #116a (v1) : The Thing letting the Puppet Master escape like that was just infuriating. Also, I know superheroes can't kill villains, but I don't know why Thing and Torch didn't for this idiot to show them where he keeps all that clay, so they can gather it up and destroy it. Then, once that done, either Thing can smash his fingers into goo or Torch can burn them off. Problem solved permanently. But no. True love means letting someone who almost killed you and your friend run away without consequences.

The Dr. Strange story was the best one yet. I don't know why such a great character has to share a comic with those garbage Torch stories.
 
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Borealis Says:
Journey into Mystery #84 (v1) : Well, my son has now announced that Thor is his favorite superhero. He liked the part where he fought the tanks and 'fought' the Executioner. I'm sure his preference will change once we get to Amazing Fantasy 15...but until then, Thor is #1! For myself...the story was 'meh,' noteworthy only for Jane Foster's first appearance (even though the name is different in this story).
 
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specialque Says:
Tales to Astonish #51a (v1) : A decent ending. The Wasp has to be the horniest superhero in these silver age comics.

"The Wonderful Wasp Tells a Tale" was a nice surprise as well.
 
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Kez Says:
The Cat #1 : Wow, her husband was an asshole. I thought it was gonna be like "And then she realised how whipped she was and broke off the marriage", but instead there was all this stuff where he 'put her in her place' and she lapped it up. Then he dies as if he was some awesome dude. Weird.
 
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specialque Says:
Tales to Astonish #50 (v1) : Is Stan an idiot? Did he forget how to write dialog for the Wasp? Why is he turning her into such a shallow airhead? Since when does the Wasp have wings when she's at her normal size? Giant-Man banging against poles and signs? What kind of crap is this?

However, the Human Top saying, "I'll rest here for a while and taunt Giant-Man" was pretty awesome. Also, the story got much better when Giant-Man started training. It's always nice to see a hero realize certain inadequacies and try to improve them. Even though the first half of the story made me want to find Stan and punch him repeatedly for that mind-numbingly retarded first half, the improvements at the end force me to give it an "average" grade.
 
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Wady Says:
Astonishing Tales #1a (v1) : Good storys both of them nice battle between Kraven and Ka-zar
 
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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #48 (v1) : This story would have been so much better if Mr. Doll wasn't such a lame villain.
 
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Kez Says:
Fantastic Four #128 (v1) : The Mole Man is actually a pretty tragic character.
 
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Wady Says:
Marvel Super-Heroes #20 (v1) : Love how DOmm has become more of a monster after this mag, look forward to seeing more of his character development
 
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Anonymous Says:
Marvel Super-Heroes #20 (v1) : Great story, love Doom how he has become a monster even more after reading this issue. Look forward for further character stories.
 
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Kez Says:
Fantastic Four #126 (v1) : Annoying though they are, I'm sure quite a lot of people appreciated it at the time.
 
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sputnix Says:
Tales of Suspense #44 (v1) : Fun read, iron man owning roman soldiers, and villian who puts himself in frozen animation only to travel back in time. Also all Egyptians and Romans 2000 years ago spoke English classic
 
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Dark_Knight93 Says:
X-Men #5 (v1) : The dialog in this issue just seemed more awful then usual. It might have just been my imagination though. Magneto was plan involving Toad disguising himself was pretty lucky. I mean what if the X-Men weren't watching the track meet? He'd just have one several beaten Toad. Otherwise, this was a decent issue.
 
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specialque Says:
Fantastic Four #21 (v1) : The loved the Hate Monger! I also laughed until I hurt when it was revealed who he was.
 
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gonzo Says:
Incredible Hulk #2 (v1) : You would think that someone who leads an all powerful race like the Toad Men could afford to get himself a pair of pants.
 
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pik.asso Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #11 (v1) : Wow! Did I count wrong or is this the first person, who actually DIES in a Marvel comic?! coooool!
 
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Xythe Says:
Iron Man #19 (v1) : Ohhhh, I have a sneaking suspicion that "My suit's power is low. Oh no, my heart", is going to be replaced with "But can I risk becoming Iron Man when my heart could give out with any stress".
 
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sputnix Says:
Tales to Astonish #46 (v1) : I was hoping it was the cyclops from FF #9 regardless it was an ok antman issue not as hilariously bad as previous issues
 
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sputnix Says:
Journey into Mystery #95 (v1) : No joke this is my favorite Thor issue so far
 
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specialque Says:
Strange Tales #115a (v1) : Very, very good Torch story, finally. Of course, the Sandman was a great villain for him to go against. I also enjoyed the Dr. Strange origin story.
 
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specialque Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #7 (v1) : Flash's insults are dumb as hell. "Did you turn too many heavy pages at one time?" What kind of crap is that?

I love the Vulture. He's a great example of an active senior.

Peter and Betty flirting at the end was delightful as hell. Too bad she's a horrible person.
 
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specialque Says:
Avengers #2 (v1) : That ending was weaker than wet toilet tissue. I did like how the Hulk ditched the team, though.
 
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gonzo Says:
Incredible Hulk #1 (v1) : My wifi went down before I started to read this issue. Good thing I had another router triggered to the sub-miniature transistor taped onto my thumbnail.
 
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Canuck Says:
X-Men #48a (v1) : Ugh, these last two issues have been horrible. All went downhill after the first page. Jean in a bikini = good, Robots with superpowers = bad.
 
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Wady Says:
Amazing Adventures #3a (v2) : Better Story line in this one
 
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Wady Says:
Sub-Mariner #33 (v1) : Poor atlanteans for a raze so far advanced they are pretty gullible and always end up renouncing Namor when some difficulty arises
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Avengers #11 (v1) : What's the point of the "rotating chair-man" crap? It seems they all have equal power regardless of who is currently chair man... only makes the Avengers more like a high school club.
 
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Wady Says:
Iron Man #36 (v1) : Lately the Iron man stories have been really lame
 
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Wady Says:
Daredevil #73 (v1) : It's a pretty wierd ark and a bit too far fetched
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Tomb of Dracula #25 (v1) : I really don't want to believe vampires are as fragile as they are in these comics (Yes, I know they don't really exist). I mean driving a stake into a vampire's heart with a mallet or hammer is one thing. But the way they are killed off so easily, you'd think these guys are running around with chests and backs made of cheese.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #5 Annual : The stories featuring Stan and Co. are always the highlights of these annuals. Personally I'd love to see a story where Dr. Doom goes undercover as a housekeeper.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Incredible Hulk #103 (v1) : I'm really diggin' the stuff about Banner on the run and dealing with being the Hulk. The requisite bits where the Hulk plays hero? Not so much.
 
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Wady Says:
Iron Man #34 (v1) : A bit too rushed and too many plot boxes which makes it a bit boring
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #9a : That's right. I said boogie robots.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
X-Men #46a (v1) : From the letters pages of this issue "We're glad you feel that way Louis-'cause so do we! And we also don't think there's much possibility of the Professor's return...Even a 90% vote can't change what must be." Kind of hilarious considering how many times Xavier's died and come back now.
 
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