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akira28 Says:
Fantastic Four #19 (v1) : The title should be: "Prisoners of the Pharaoh" even if it's spelled wrongly on the cover (inside there's the right title)
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Tales of Suspense #44 (v1) : Hmmm...I rated this issue 3*. Check out Cleo on the cover--You know she's sassified.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Iron Man #2 (v1) : Hackneyed and boring. Iron Man, at this point is easily my least favorite title.
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Fantastic Four #101 (v1) : Stan and Jack seem to be running low on ideas by this point.
 
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Hertz1991 Says:
Tales of Suspense #44 (v1) : I agree with zweineuf. This is for sure one of the worst issues thus far. It would have been cool for Iron Maiden not to be able to plug himself because plugs in Egypt must be different.
 
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TStarnes Says:
X-Men #48a (v1) : Yep, some of the slang from the 60's and the 70's is incredible hard to understand at times.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
X-Men #48a (v1) : Skeevy photog commenting on JG: "She's fresh boss lady! Like an Easter bunny, or an oven-hot biscuit!" I had to read that line three times to fully soak it in. I've said it before and I'll say it again..."Dig those groovy sixties, maaaaaan!"
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Captain America #105 (v1) : Batroc is right up there with the DD foes on the "Lame-O-Meter." His accent always makes me think of the Tom and Jerry cartoon where the little gray mouse keeps saying "Touché pussycat!"
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #64 (v1) : Wow! MJ's new 'do is a doozie. Reminds me of the way my mom has done her hair for the last 30 years.
 
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zweineuf Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #17 (v1) : Green Goblin is still goofy, I'm pretty interested in seeing how they build him into the arch-enemy. If I was a reader at this point in the '60s I would probably predict almost any other Spider-villain would end up being the big one over Goblin.

Despite how utterly un-intimidating the Goblin is, this is a really entertaining issue. The love triangle, the Peter having to be in multiple places at once, JJJ, Flash, the stupid fanclub ... everything is so over the top, but it's just plain enjoyable nonetheless.
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #84 (v1) : Spider-Man: "Can't let a few dumb boners upset me!"

...heh...boners...
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Sub-Mariner #18 (v1) : Sloppy
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #73 (v1) : This issue was pretty good, but I'm going to say this now as a warning, Silvermane is probably the most boring and annoying member of Spidey's rogues gallery...he just sucks...
 
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TStarnes Says:
Fantastic Four #17 (v1) : She shouldn't have been there at all, since its a flashback issue.
 
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Hertz1991 Says:
Fantastic Four #17 (v1) : Why is Queen Pearla in the villains section??
 
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Hertz1991 Says:
Fantastic Four #16 (v1) : On the Fantastic Four Fan Letter Page, there seem to be some females who read these comics back then.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #5 Annual : The way Pete found his "proof" was pretty silly, but overall this was a decent story.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Silver Surfer #14 (v1) : They just keep coming up with dumb reasons for him to fight people.
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #67 (v1) : This issue reminded me of the final boss battle in Star Fox 64...with giant floating hands and head
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Sub-Mariner #7 (v1) : Seriously, 7 issues of build up for 1 page of sudden senseless resolution.
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Fantastic Four #80 (v1) : Reed: Do you have a portable bazooka within reach? Wyatt: Yes! Right there...in back of the buggy!


...how convenient...
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #77 (v1) : @Kez. Funny stuff. True dat.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #76 (v1) : The Surfer's behavior in this issue makes me want to say what Spicoli says to Mr. Hand when he rips up his schedule card in Fast Times at Ridgemont High--"You d**k!!"
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
X-Men #52a (v1) : Wow this was a disappointing arc. I feel like it could have been really great if they had taken a little more time with it. That's how I feel about most of the early X-Men run actually...just a long string of squandered opportunities...
 
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TStarnes Says:
Daredevil #67 (v1) : hmm...I pulled that comment
 
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Kez Says:
Daredevil #67 (v1) : Hmm... that's weird. I just read this comic today and it says I made a comment on it months ago! Bit of a mixup I think, the comic is okay but it didn't blow me away.
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
X-Men #50a (v1) : I feel like Lorna should have been introduced more than one issue before this one. Even if nothing were changed in this issue, it would have been better if there were just a bit more lead up. As it is, it just feels very out of left field.
 
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Kez Says:
Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #2 : This was really good. Great art, great story. It lost a star from me for all the explain-y bits though. There were times when the script was something like "Now all of my past enemies are appearing before me!". I was thinking "Uh, yeah. I can see that in the picture".
 
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zweineuf Says:
Tales of Suspense #57a (v1) : Black Widow: "My communist masters provided this estate for me! And now their investment shall really pay off!"

They're not very good communists if they're making investments for profit, are they?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #75 (v1) : Why am I biased towards stories with Galactus? This issue probably doesn't deserve 4*, but for some reason I felt compelled to rate it highly. Maybe I'm just in a good mood today.
 
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fragsel Says:
Avengers #14 (v1) : Wow. I've would expect that kind of story from third or fourth issue of Fantastic Four, but not from 14th issue of Avengers. It's just one huge step back. Shame!
 
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zweineuf Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #16 (v1) : Haha, Aunt May is awesome - when Peter says he won't date Mary Jane because he already has a girlfriend, she comes back with, "You're not engaged!" Peter's learning how to be a player from the best!
 
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TStarnes Says:
Captain Marvel #2 (v1) : And it gets better around issue 15. I am kinda enjoying issues of Capt. Marvel now.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Captain Marvel #2 (v1) : Five issues in to the Captain Marvel run, I hafta say "it ain't so f***in' bad." While it's not blowing my socks off, I definitely prefer it to current ('68) issues of Daredevil or The Hulk.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #29 (v1) : I forgot about that. Funny line.
 
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Shark Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #29 (v1) : Just when I thought I couldn't hate Jonah Jameson more, I read this. Seriously, worrying more about furniture than about Spider-Man...

On the other hand, I almost fell off my chair when I read this dialogue:
-"I'm just gonna smash you into the middle of the next week!"
-Spider-Man: "Good! There's a TV show on then that I've been dying to see!"
Spidey is comedy gold.
 
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Shark Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #2 Annual : If you take a time to watch the expression in the wand of Watoomb, it seems like some enemy taken off a Kirby videogame, specially on page 9.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Daredevil #66 (v1) : I am one of those haters, but I will agree it has gotten much better then the early days.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Captain America #126 (v1) : There seem to be a lot of Scooby Doo esque endings lately. Pull of this mask, unveil the real villain, and he would have gotten away with it to if it were for those pesky super-heroes.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Daredevil #63 (v1) : I kinda liked the way they did those last couple of pannels
 
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