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Redsvetz Says:
Jungle Action #21 (v2) : -Huh? Not much resolution in this issue. Maybe in the 70s, it would've been pushing too hard to make any real statements.
 
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Duhhaag Says:
Iron Man #72 (v1) : Wow, that was DD stuff..one star.
 
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saschavikos Says:
Daredevil #2 (v1) : also, i would like to point out that daredevil knowing the schedule of helicopters makes sense too. I mean, he walks around new york all the time, and i bet helicopters are great at generating enough noise to allow his echolocation to give him near perfect perception. I would keep track of where they were going to be were i him. Also, humans have an innate sense of the passing of time, so if it was enhanced with his other senses, daredevil should be able to count like a Swiss watch. Given his familiarity with the baxter building's shape, he should be able to figure out exactly where it is relative to his position and he can sense electric fields enough to know electro is down there. Now I don't think stan thought of all of that when he wrote the comic, but it *is* entirely plausible that DD can pull this stuff off.
 
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saschavikos Says:
Daredevil #2 (v1) : I like to think that daredevil landing the rocket makes a lot of sense. even more than a sighted person doing so. He basically has echolocation as a sense, and that ability has no human analogue (ie.even if our hearing was really sharp, we can't tell relative direction by hearing alone). Thus, he has developed some mutations due to the radiation exposure on par with animal sensory organs. Sensing electrical fields is something that fish and sharks can do, and sensing direction is something birds do by interpreting their relationship to the earth's magnetic field.

Anyway, how i like to think he landed the rocket was by using his enhanced sense of balance, inertia, and direction sense to determine generally how fast he was approaching the ground, then by adjusting the knobs a little bit at a time to determine what each of them do. Then he could sense the slight variation each knob caused and compared it to the inertia he was experiencing to guide the rocket down at an appropriate angle. I mean...its possible with the right set of sensory information. Given the fact that daredevil's only ability is heightened senses, why shouldn't his senses be sharp enough to pull that off? I admit hearing the heartbeats from inside the rocket is a little much, but if you give him a bit of wiggle room, his powers allow him to do some cool shit.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #23a : -There has definitely been an uptick in names and terms of The Orient in the switch over from Shangy to Fisty. Nauseatingly so.
-Jack of Hearts' origin is so...original. Not!
 
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Loki120 Says:
Fantastic Four #91 (v1) : Yeah, I think so :)
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #91 (v1) : @Loki: Yeah! Is that the one where they call phasers "fancy heaters?"
 
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Loki120 Says:
Fantastic Four #91 (v1) : This reminds me of the Star Trek episode where they visit a planet that had modeled itself after a gangster era Earth because of a book that humans left behind.
 
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Kokixo Says:
Tales to Astonish #83a (v1) : I Can't stop thinking about how irresposible the U.S. army is in this universe. I mean, who gives this much power to a man who's totally mad about one single selfish project? And what does the president have to say about it? HE KNOWS THE HULK IS BRUCE BANNER!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Jungle Action #20 (v2) : -These racially charged stories are similar to the Cold War ones--in that they just don't quite pack the emotional punch that they probably did "back in the day."
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Jungle Action #19 (v2) : -Here it is! Black Panther versus The Klan. Grab the popcorn...
-I wonder why it's Clan with a "C" on the cover and Klan with a "K" on the title page...Comics Code issue perhaps?
-Those panels with T'Challa gettin' his grub on are laughable--Why not continue to leave the mask off while you're among friends?
-...Meh. No real broken ground here. Reads like a Sons of the Serpent story.
 
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Calthor Says:
Werewolf by Night #26 (v1) : Issue was saved by the Hangman, who is a far better villain than the Werewolf deserves amidst all these issues.
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Strange Tales #111a (v1) : "You can never play with fire without... Getting burned" ...... Seriously, torch? You went there?! Boooooooooo!
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #16 : The Thing, talking to a gorilla in The Savage Land, references evolution before mentioning that "these days they say that man came from outer space an' not from apes." In context ping back to Kirby's work on The Eternals; yay Marvel!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Preview #7a : "...Only to find Gideon's Bible."
 
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zweineuf Says:
Avengers #77 (v1) : Frankly, I would have preferred a mind-control or alien/robot double story. This was boring, which in the entertainment business is worse than bad.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Spotlight #27 (v1) : -This s**tacular issue reminded me of a s**tacular movie I once saw on MST3K, called (I had to look it up) "The Blood Waters of Dr. Z."
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Alpha Flight #53 (v1) : wolverines freaking everywhere! marvel must have put him into every mag they have.
 
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Canuck Says:
Avengers #102 (v1) : I like the ruthless embittered Vision
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Classic X-Men #15a : I love it when the starjammers get stories.
 
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Loki120 Says:
Micronauts #1 (v1) : This was a lot better than I heard a lot of people make it out to be. There seems to be a lot of parallels between Rann and Vance Astro from Guardians of the Galaxy.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Defenders #41 (v1) : -I can hear Private Pyle saying it now: "Shazanna!"
-Page 16, panel 4: Nighthawk is such a CLUD! Let's see...what did he do in this issue? Acted like a dick, got brained, was captured (again), and was useless in the team's escape and ensuing fight...He did make one self-deprecating comment, but that's it. F**k Nighthawk!
 
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Webslinger Says:
Avengers #35 (v1) : I was just expecting the worst of a continued story of the Living Laser, well, it turned out pretty ok thought.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #23 : -Anubis would be a silly issue. I was right!
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Defenders #1 Annual : Wow. Now that, ladies and gentlemen, is how you wrap up a story line. I remember reading in a comic blog that this was voted Gerber's best "Story Ever Told." Didn't get it as I was going through, but after this tour de force of a finale, I'm on board.
 
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edgar987 Says:
Fantastic Four #28 (v1) : Agree @Encolpius. Great art and layout by "the king". And stan did not blow it to bad in the writing.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Iron Man #9 Annual : first lesbians I've seen in marvel comics. even if it's not made explicit.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Master of Kung Fu #32 : -Damn! The spy story well ran dry pretty quickly.
 
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Robareid Says:
Strange Tales #109 (v1) : Johnny looked REALLY ugly here in some of the earlier panels
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #22 : -So The Torch "freezes" Blacksun by creating a super-heated thermal shield around him? *scratches head* Wow, man...Dave's not here...
-Interns: The Red Shirts of the medical profession.
-Seth reminds me of Ser-PEN-tor!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #21 : -"Black Hole Sun
Won't you come..."
 
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Robareid Says:
Tales to Astonish #43 (v1) : Well I really hated the art in the, it really bugged me, especially the first few pages. The "villain" actually had a nice motivation, but his way of going about it was pretty flawed. Plus he'd be really easy to beat, just shoot him if needed. Not terrible, but not great **
 
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Loki120 Says:
X-Men #40a (v1) : Thank God, Angel's suspenders uniform doesn't last very long.
 
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john54542 Says:
Incredible Hulk #177 (v1) : I loved the conversation between Warlock and Hulk. IMO it's some of the best writing Conway has done. I also really like how far they've taken the religious overtones in the Warlock story. The last supper with Hulk as Judas and Warlock as Jesus was a priceless scene. This sure must have upset a lot of people back in the day.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Peter Parker, The Spectacular... : I feel conflicted about Kraven's last hunt. the whole thing is very dark. it came to a satisfying ending but the surreal nature of the comics were disturbing.
 
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Calthor Says:
X-Men #95 (v1) : Alas, poor Thunderbird! We barely knew thee!
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Defenders #40 (v1) : Takes me back to Stan Lee's '60s infatuation with the Red Scare, only Gerber does it with a touch more subtlety.
 
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Doombot Says:
Journey into Mystery #86 (v1) : One of the years depicted flying by when Thor travels to the future is...2013! The very year in which I first read this tale! Spooky! Lots of bomb tests gone wrong in the early days of Marvel.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Son of Satan #7 : -Too bad they didn't get a chance to properly flesh this arc out...it was rushed due to cancellation and it showed. As for ol' Daimon...meh, I won't really miss 'em all that much.
 
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vanhornluke Says:
Tales to Astonish #87a (v1) : Boomerang may have the worst fashion sense of any Marvel character. I guess this new costume is an improvement over the old one, but anything short of a g-string would have been. This new costume is still fugly.
 
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