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Webslinger Says:
Tales to Astonish #75a (v1) : Oh, now that the traitor is dead let's build his last invention out of his plans, we don't know what it does, who cares for taxpayer's money?
 
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fragsel Says:
Strange Tales #179 (v1) : I was never a great fan of Cosmic part of Marvel Universe but this Warlock is better and better. Who knows, I might change my mind very soon.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Tales to Astonish #73a (v1) : How's that, the Hulk would become the first to visit the Watcher's homeworld!
 
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TStarnes Says:
Man-Thing #22 (v1) : Man, I couldn't hate this comic more. Gerber wrote himself into the whole issue, basically going over all the stories he has written up to this point. Just crappy.
 
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andyzh Says:
Tales of Suspense #99a (v1) : stan always writes something like he's the greatest danger to earth, or wow this guy was way more powerful than I thought and he's gonna kill me.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Special Marvel Edition #15 : **** This comic had a very modern feel to it, with excellent art by Starlin. At this point the story does seem a bit hackneyed, but I imagine that in '73, this was a pretty new and exciting concept. I rather enjoyed this book.
 
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fragsel Says:
Giant-Size Fantastic Four #4 : It's just like they wrote on the cover of Essential Fantastic Four vol. 7: "You've come a long way, Jamie!"
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #32 (v1) : As much as I like the wisecracks, it's interesting to see an angry Spidey for the first time.
 
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andyzh Says:
Tales of Suspense #98a (v1) : So many captain america parts no iron man but zemo's back!
 
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andyzh Says:
Avengers #50 (v1) : Isn't this like the 5th time the Avengers were almost done for and like the fourth time hank loses his powers
 
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Calthor Says:
Incredible Hulk #134 (v1) : Nothing special, except for the ending. I genuinely liked the ending, made me smile!
 
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Agrippina Says:
Daredevil #2 (v1) : I enjoyed the art and layout here but WOW do you have to suspend disbelief way too much when it comes to Daredevil's abilities. It all just got too laughable at the point where he starts landing spaceships in the middle of NYC.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Strange Tales #122a (v1) : How exactly DOES one wrap a rope around a fireball?
 
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Safis Says:
Journey Into Mystery #120a (v1) : Dang, this feels like a modern comic book -- nothing really happens in a single issue.
 
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Safis Says:
Journey into Mystery #117a (v1) : I actually liked their handling of the Vietnamese communists and the village family here.

A thought did occur to me though.. why wouldn't Odin have been watching Thor and Loki's trial in one of those looking glass things?
 
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andyzh Says:
Tales to Astonish #100 (v1) : I notice the hulk fights for other people a lot
 
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Safis Says:
Daredevil #7 (v1) : Excellent. Superb. I haven't really been a fan of Daredevil, but I love him in this issue. The Sub-Mariner has been one of my favourite characters in the Marvel universe up to this point too, so of course I like seeing him here.

I think what really worked about this issue was that it didn't follow the same pattern as a lot of the other stories where the villain just has this wish for revenge against the hero and wants to destroy him and the hero goes and stops him. Instead, the villain actually has a lot of character, and really good qualities about him too. It was a different sort of story, trying to *legally* take over the surface world, and of course it had really well-scripted and well-drawn fight scenes. The red costume helps too.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Tales to Astonish #72a (v1) : Oh, I mean teleportation inside the same dimension, as Dr. Strange has come and gone a few times to other dimensions, Human torch visited the fith dim. looong ago and so on.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Tales to Astonish #72a (v1) : Yet another race is introduced, this is the learning marvel's universe that I like on doing the Order.

And I guess this is the first sort of teleportation seen on earth 616, even if it was by some kind of electromagnetic travel. Can you people remember of some other earlier?
 
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Safis Says:
Avengers #16 (v1) : This is an exciting time for the Avengers. Honestly, I had no idea that Hawkeye would join their ranks this early on. I can't wait to see what the new team dynamic will be like.
 
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Wady Says:
Incredible Hulk #138 (v1) : I just love the fact that they can talk under water
 
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Safis Says:
Avengers #15 (v1) : I felt like the second half of the issue was a big let-down. And that was a pretty nasty bait-and-switch, saying "By MY hand shall die a villain", and then at the end, "If destiny could speak, it would say...." And here I was expecting to see Cap kill Zemo himself. But I guess that would never fly with the Code, now would it?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Daredevil #111 (v1) : So this is the "New and improved, back to monthly" Daredevil, eh? Anything involving Shanna or Mandrill is just plain silly, in my opinion.
 
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pik.asso Says:
Fantastic Four #22 (v1) : I wonder if the Thing and Harry Potter are brothers, for they seem to have the same aunt.

I really love that Sue already got her new powers! But for some reason Reed could see that Ben "dented" Sue's force field although it's so invisible...
 
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fragsel Says:
Strange Tales #178 (v1) : Wow. I didn't see that commin. Fourth star to Marvel because they've been ablo to cut off from this counter-earth garbage. Well done!!!!
 
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Dark_Knight93 Says:
Avengers #2 (v1) : Hulk is a huge mismatch as a member of the Avengers, and it's extremely noticeable in these first two issues. I'm glad he resigns from the team here. And yet another shape shifting alien villain, which at least they aren't as overused as Commies, but it's still noticeable how often this plot is used. The writing was also worse than average in this issue. Hopefully the Avengers improve soon.
 
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Calthor Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #91 (v1) : Brilliant couple of issues. I had not expected the tension of last issue would be maintained so well!
 
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juanito Says:
X-Men #45a (v1) : The typical misunderstandings are bothering. 'Wait I want to talk to you.' - 'No, I don't believe you for some nutty reason.' - BAM! Come on...
 
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andyzh Says:
Tales to Astonish #98a (v1) : isn't Asguard the realm eternal?
 
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TStarnes Says:
Fantastic Four #163 (v1) : A cosmic goalie...seriously?
 
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Webslinger Says:
Tales to Astonish #71a (v1) : I agree with you jfpj1991, I have good hopes toward it, and I'm liking it's art too. Isn't this seaweed monster related to the Man-Thing?
The only problem on this series is understanding Dorma's mind, but on the 60's none could understand ladies, imagine if from another subspecies!
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #30 (v1) : I really like that last panel.

It's interesting in Spider-man in particular, that it seems Stan is becoming a much better writer as he goes along.
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #29 (v1) : JJ is amazing.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Tales to Astonish #70a (v1) : At leas one must agree that Namor and Hulk, that's Astonishung!

But Hulk will die if turns back to Bruce, that's a bad prici[ple, I guess.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Tales of Suspense #55a (v1) : Pepper looks deformed in her pin-up. Sometimes I wonder whether Stan and the artists had ever actually met a woman...
 
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Safis Says:
Tales to Astonish #65a (v1) : Hmm, there's really not that much new about the "NEW GIANT-MAN!". Also, this was one of the worst plots yet. I did appreciate the way the shrinking and growing effects sometimes stretched across three or four panels though. That was neat.
 
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Safis Says:
Fantastic Four #38 (v1) : I loved the way the first couple pages were just dedicated to the FF playing around. Sure, it serves the purpose of building up amicability of the characters for the sake of the climax, but I loved just watching them horse around, and NOT be Johnny and Ben trading insults and blows, Reed telling them to shove off, and Sue either scolding them or saying boys will be boys, like it's almost always been up until now.

Though, the one panel where it looks like Ben is about to spank Sue: "Ya want I should catch her for ya?" Somehow I don't think that's want Kirby had in mind... :) Probably Lee decided that wouldn't fly with the current Comics Code Authority.
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #38 (v1) : again the D.D. comic is better than before because of doc doom
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #37 (v1) : doctor doom should make the daredevil comics better
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #36 (v1) : doctor doom should make the daredevil comics better
 
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