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fragsel Says:
Marvel Team-Up #84 (v1) : finally!!!! two years (or 27 issues) later they explained what happened with SHIELD agents in MTU 57. I thought it's lost for me and it bugged me. Peace at last!!!!
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Tales to Astonish #45 (v1) : Anything with egghead doesn't deserve more than 1 star in my book
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #11 Annual : -This is a fun issue despite all the oblivious plot holes and time-travel problems. They try to explain it all away as an alternate continuum...
-I love the "Dr. Strangelove" reference.
-So at this point in "Marvel Time" Reed and Ben were still talking about fighting in The Big One. That would mean they were in their late forties or early fifties. I'm interested to see the point at which this "history" starts to mutate...
 
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fragsel Says:
Shogun Warriors #13 : it's so cool when they talk about Godzilla but can't use it's name. Still - not enough for a third star. This series is so lame.
 
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john54542 Says:
Werewolf by Night #15 (v1) : Ok, it can be a little annoying when there's a scene change and the person's dialog in one scene that is ending seems to be continued or responded to in the next panel (which is a different scene), but in this book this annoyance turns into a mess as the characters switched to have almost identical hair! Bad, confusing writing! Awesome cover though.
 
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john54542 Says:
Defenders #14 (v1) : I'm sorry but Hulk's dialog is really bad in this. I guess Englehart spoiled me and I got used to a stupid Hulk written intelligently. This was a dumb Hulk written stupidly. And Len Wein is going to start writing the Hulk book soon (soon in 1974 time that is)? Ugh
 
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edgar987 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #12 (v1) : Dave Cockrum letter in the letters page!
 
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edgar987 Says:
Daredevil #1 (v1) : A big part of this looking good was Ditkos inks. Everett never thrills me. But you will see that later in the order.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #170 (v1) : -SOK-KOW! I enjoyed the hell out of this arc (I'd call it the "Zoot Suit Riot!"), even though it did revolve around *shudder* The Puppet Master.
-Ben's character development, although similar to stuff we've seen before, was intriguing this time with the seemingly permanent loss of his powers.
-Although it was essential to the plot, I found it ridiculous that they would actually bring visitors into The Puppet Master's cell. And even if they were going to go in and search for the puppet, they would have removed him first.
 
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Calthor Says:
Daredevil #122 (v1) : Somehow, Blackwing managed to be quite bad-ass.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Presents #8 (v1) : -"Begone you pious, whimpering lackey!" That Badoon sure had The Surfer nailed dead to rights, no?
-This issue is 75% reprinted material, but I read it again anyway--I had forgotten how sweet Buscema's art was on The Surfer book from the 60s.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Power Man #39 : This issue was a real piece of s**t. Literal villains and alpine castles--Yuck!
"One more giggle outta you an' the fire department's gonna be haulin' your ashes down outta some trees!" Huh? Whatcha talkin' 'bout Luke?
"Your luck astounds me, varlet!...Once I reach the weapons controls in the tower, you are doomed!" And you wanna be my latex salesman?!?
 
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Wady Says:
Amazing Adventures #16 (v2) : Add to all that the fact that Juggy was beeten so easily the hole plot of them chasiing each other and rhen switching reminds me of Han Solo in star wars running a couple of truppers an then running back from them
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Defenders #35 (v1) : I'm loving this Gerber run through the order (Defenders, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Omega Man coming up). Ridiculous AND sublime.
 
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fragsel Says:
Incredible Hulk #5 Annual : @Redsvetz: This whole "I'm offended although there's really no reason for it" bit - it's just so eastern european. You should check our parliament. Anyway: sorry.
 
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edgar987 Says:
Fantastic Four #25 (v1) : Just an fyi for all you people. Later you find out his real name is Robert Bruce Banner. Now I am sure they were covering the mistake but it does happen.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Incredible Hulk #5 Annual : @frags: I was afraid you might take that the wrong way. I was referring to your sagacity and authority around these parts--Not to be trifled with!
 
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Wady Says:
Marvel Feature #4 (v1) : Really the dog bit of helpin him drive was a bit to far fetched. Also what happened to hsi famous strength of a full grown human when he is ant size? He didn't seem to use it to pull Curt up and left all the heavy lifting to poor Orkie
 
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edgar987 Says:
Tales to Astonish #53a (v1) : Just bad...very bad.
 
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edgar987 Says:
Tales of Suspense #51a (v1) : Mediocre but the artwork was nice. Average at best.
 
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Canuck Says:
Astonishing Tales #8a (v1) : Even though he is supposed to be a master of the mystic arts, I think this is the first time I've actually seen Dr. Doom use magic.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Power Man #37 : -Fred Flintstone move? Weak!
-Chemistro: Seems kinda hokey. I would think he would have to turn a dial or something to select what he wants to transmute material to. The old guy had to have an "Alchemy Gun,"--Luke is a little out of his league here, but I'm sure he will find a way...:P
 
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Canuck Says:
Marvel Premiere #2 : I'm thinking this alter Earth is intended to be our Earth. No Latveria, no Wakanda, and so some changes. Of course, I'm probably wrong, I've no idea where this arc goes.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Adventures #34 (v2) : Brutal! They say death comes in threes... ***
 
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zweineuf Says:
Avengers #70 (v1) : Hyperion kinda totally looks like he's wearing a diaper.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Iron Man #3 Annual : -Marvel learnin' me sumpin: fron·tis·piece /ˈfrʌn tɪsˌpis, ˈfrɒn-/[fruhn-tis-pees, fron-]
noun
1. an illustrated leaf preceding the title page of a book.
-Would they really just leave Yagzan's skeleton lying around like that?
-That little girl's Iron Man get-up is suh-weet!
-Is MFin' Gerber the only one who can write about Man-Thing? I didn't notice it was him until those "absurd" smiley ballons showed up. Die Gerber! Die! (No, that's not German for "The Gerber! The!")
-I'm always amazed when the massive, shambling Man-Thing is able to "sneak" up on villains and do his "forearm thing." Always the forearm thing.
 
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Calthor Says:
Daredevil #120 (v1) : I don't know... Does Foggy really meet the physical requirements?!
 
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Adrian Says:
Avengers #4 (v1) : Loved that you guys refer to the alien as broccoli man. Thats exactly what i thought when reading this issue! haha!
 
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fragsel Says:
Incredible Hulk #5 Annual : SPOILER!!!
OK. Lets ask someone who knows for sure:
"Mysterious Villain" (later revealed as Xemnu): "Earth was visited by alien beings (...) The United States Government has kept the existence of those extra-terrestial visitations top secret. It was a simple matter for me to duplicate the deadliest of those aliens" - Incredible Hulk Annual #5, page 6, panels 5 & 6.
You don't have to ask me to know they are actually robots.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Incredible Hulk #5 Annual : *SPOILER*
Ahhh! frags sez the monsters were robots. And if frags sez they were robots, then the MFs were robots!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Incredible Hulk #5 Annual : -This reminded me of the first Spidey Annual--only this one wasn't very much fun to read. Hey Xemnu(Is it "Zeem-new" or "Zem-new?"), if you're so f**kin' smart, why not have all the "monsters" attack Hulk at once?
-Were the monsters figments of Hulk's imagination sent by Xemnu? If not, frags and Starnes have got some researchin' to do, 'cuz it looks like some more anthology issues need to be added to The Order.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Daredevil #161 (v1) : How much is ie 205 marvel daredevil 1983
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Journey into Mystery #94 (v1) : The story is ludicrous and therefore I cannot justify more than 1 star
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Strange Tales #110a (v1) : Couldn't really figure out what to rate because of the split issue so I just went with a 3 as well
 
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vanhornluke Says:
Thor #137a (v1) : I had no idea Hogun wasn't raised in Asgard. Now I'm really curious to learn more about him.
 
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JWC Says:
Daredevil #117 (v1) : Well, to be fair, The Owl also had a henchman named Roscoe and he had his own escape ladder. Baby steps.
 
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chrisWhite Says:
Fantastic Four #33 (v1) : I don't even know where to start with all the things wrong with this issue; luckily, it's balanced by some good action and great pacing. I think three stars is the way to go this issue.
 
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rocketraccoon Says:
Marvel Graphic Novel #27 : doom once again proves himself to be a truly great villain.
 
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Dopey Says:
Fantastic Four #18 (v1) : The story progresses itself really well until the last three pages, where it seems that the attention deficient minds of Kirby and Lee realized that they had to wrap the story up real quickly. Their solution? You have three guesses...

"The Super Skrull is unbeatable, so he outdid the FF and went on to lead the Skrulls in an invasion of Earth!"
"Nope."
"Hmmm... Oh! The FF called up Ant-Man for help, and then Ant-Man got his millions of ant allies to drive Super Skrull insane with thousands of itchy ant bites!"
"No, but you're getting warmer..."
"Oh! Invisible Girl turned invisible and tripped the Super Skrull, who fell into a dormant volcano's crater and then got imprisoned there by the Human Torch, who melted the crater shut with his sometimes-exhaustible powers of fire/heat/sonar!"
"That's right!"

High five Stan, you threw us all for a loop once again...

One star for Kirby doing an exceptional job here. One star for finally seeing a heroine in a bikini. One star for the continuity that we're starting to see in Marvel comics.
 
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Dopey Says:
Fantastic Four #18 (v1) : Seeing the FF sit down in front of a tv that is broadcasting a news report on how they had just fought Doc Doom does great in making me feel like these stories are a big literary drama. Up until now, it's almost felt like every comic is its own separate story, unattached in any way to the bigger picture of this 'Marvel Universe' I've been hearing about.

We've seen a plethora of alien enemies now, and for the first time one of these races has come back for a second round. Although we've seen the specific powers of these aliens 'carbon-copied' quite a few times, the Skrulls were the first to duplicate powers. I'm happy that it was the Skrulls that we were given as a returning enemy as opposed to the countless robot-controlling alien races we've seen already.

Reed and Sue hop into the ICBM and cruise on down to Hawaii. I laughed at this part, maybe because to my generation ICBMs are what Hamas and Hezbollah throw across borders and at each other. It's just funny to see Sue put a spacesuit on overtop of her bikini and hop into a passenger ballistic missile I guess.

Some great Kirby artwork here. The three panels where the Super Skrull was lifting that Skrull generator really moved me. I've only seen panels like that from Kirby and Ditko so far, and they do it really well.
 
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