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Safis Says:
Tales to Astonish #64a (v1) : Somehow I have a feeling Attuma will try and attack the surface world again. This IS a comic book, after all. Also, Pym is a real jerk.
 
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saschavikos Says:
Tales to Astonish #54a (v1) : i believe it was established in a previous issue that the giant man suit features a miniature, skin tight version of the ant man helmet, so the antennae arent just for show. I dont think he can communicate with them unless he is small though
 
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Duhhaag Says:
Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #2 : Great issue 5 stars!
 
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aramina Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #29 (v1) : It's really hard for me to take the Scorpion seriously when I burst out laughing every time I see his outfit.
 
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Safis Says:
Tales to Astonish #63b (v1) : Good point, jfpj. Or they might notice that the car Banner was in and disappeared from has a gaping hole in it, with the metal bent outwards. Oh well, what would that leave us, his poor readers, with if they discovered it and then shot him while he's in Banner form, to rid the world of the "menace" that is the Hulk?
 
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Safis Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #24 (v1) : Honestly, I thought this issue was kind of lame until they revealed who was behind it all. Now I think it was actually kind of clever.
 
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Safis Says:
Tales of Suspense #68a (v1) : I thought Iron Man was a little better than the last issue, at least. Yeah, the moon men were a little wacky, but at least it sort of made sense... in a very, very imagination-filled comic-book sort of way.

Captain America was a little bit better too. Only, if the Project Vanish gun can cut through trees and tanks and all that, why does it do nothing to the ground? You'd think you'd end up with a massive hole in the ground when he points it downward to the tank. Oh well, at least now I know my WWII history a little bit better! :)
 
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Safis Says:
Tales of Suspense #67a (v1) : Terrible idea for an Iron Man story. You can't die for real by dying in a dream; it doesn't work that way. And if his machine can make it so, then there's no reason it couldn't just kill him immediately. I am glad to see Happy come back, at least!
 
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Calthor Says:
Avengers #93 (v1) : Neal Adams is a God amongst men when it comes to art in these years. That, plus story lines picked up from way back and used in a way that thrills the heart, makes this one a phenomenal issue.
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Daredevil #43 (v1) : I'm guessing Peter Parker was the photographer?
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Fantastic Four #61 (v1) : For those reading only Spider-Man continuity: Spider-Man is only in one panel of this issue and it is not important to include this in your reading in my opinion
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
X-Men #27 (v1) : Has a little one page random Spider-Man encounter that references Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Fantastic Four #36 (v1) : Only Spider-Man's hand makes an appearance in one panel of this issue. Not really worth reading this whole thing if you're just following Spidey.
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Tales to Astonish #59 (v1) : The opening page to this issue references a fight from Amazing Spider-Man #14 between Spider-Man & The Hulk for all you Spider-Man completists :D
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Tales of Suspense #79a (v1) : haha I saw this comment somewhere so I ended up not missing it... yeah, I probably shouldn't miss the sub-mariner issues, but they don't interest me all that much so yeah. Thanks for explaining though.
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Thor #131a (v1) : It really is a bit like the Hitchhiker's Guide... I think Tana just wants to build a bypass.
 
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LadyAnubis Says:
Fantastic Four #2 (v1) : Hah the first appereance of the SKrulls how funny. And they escape because of some movie stills. That's great xD
 
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Spider-Borg Says:
Fantastic Four #35 (v1) : Peter Parker only shows up in a few panels that aren't important to the story. His appearance is simply to remind the readers that this is the Marvel Universe and everything is supposed to have continuity, etc. I'll be skipping this issue when i read through the Spider-Man books. Maybe one day i'll read FF
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Avengers #31 (v1) : Haha I died laughing at the ending.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Fantastic Four #2a Annual : Doom's original story was v.enjoyable. However, I don't really understand the logic of Doom and Rama Tut wondering whether they might be the same person. Surely ONE of them would remember it?
 
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Agrippina Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #18 (v1) : I think this issue shows exactly how different Amazing Spider-Man is from the other comics of the time. It's so character-driven and real, whereas the others all involve the same scenarios, just changing the costumes from one issue to the next.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Strange Tales #119a (v1) : Spider-Man only appears in 2 panels so if you feel like skipping this one in the Spider-Man continuity there's no harm done :)
 
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deeplennon Says:
Amazing Adventures #16 (v2) : Part one of an unofficial cross-universe three parter, hence why the writers were in the comics (they're integral to the plot of all three), see Justice League of America #103 (DC!) for part two and Thor #207 for the finale.
 
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Canuck Says:
Tales to Astonish #101a (v1) : Hulk in Asgard? Excellent. I hope this plays out well.
 
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Canuck Says:
Tales to Astonish #100 (v1) : Yup, came in here to say the same thing on the Puppet Master. Makes it all seem so contrived and obvious.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Adventures #20 (v2) : I'm pretty sure the bridge to Staten Island would have been destroyed or fallen down long before the events of this issue.
 
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andyzh Says:
Sub-Mariner #1 (v1) : that was very confusing
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : shoulda happened a long time ago
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #40 (v1) : also the art isn't great
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #40 (v1) : didn't banner make a time-gun
 
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Webslinger Says:
Strange Tales #140b (v1) : Meh, I guess I prefer the mystic arts...
 
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sewixo Says:
Incredible Hulk #183 (v1) : Good Will Hulking
 
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Dark_Knight93 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #7 (v1) : This was a good issue. There isn't anything wrong with the Vulture, he's better than half the villains in the reading order so far.
 
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Calthor Says:
Sub-Mariner #44 (v1) : While this whole run of the persecuted, mourning, bitter Namor, torn between homes should not last forever without some form of resolve, I am enjoying his character quite a lot now. It added a much-needed sense of tragedy and powerlessness (you can only save Atlantis so many times, before you turn into the guy who is always there to save the moment).
 
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Calthor Says:
Fantastic Four #113 (v1) : I've come to see the Watcher as a figure that does not interfere... With the addendum that warnings don't seem to count.
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #39 (v1) : I imagine a super villain learning the heroes secret identity was very unique at the time. Very good stuff.
 
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andyzh Says:
Daredevil #39 (v1) : the time gun thing is stupid yet good
 
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Webslinger Says:
Strange Tales #137b (v1) : This one was great! One can see that Steve Ditko worked with special care here, the pencils and colors are awesome, full in the detail, Strange's cloak is colorful against the cave surroundings. The plot yet very simple is true to the characters, and I like this slow developing path of Dr. Strange.
 
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andyzh Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #60 (v1) : good end
 
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andyzh Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #59 (v1) : the brainwasher is a stupid name.
 
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