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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #61a (v1) : Like everyone else, I'm enjoying this Iron Man run and still can't wait to see how they resolve this story. It seems like Marvel's getting more comfortable with having these long, multi-issue stories at this point. Getting the Mandarin involved just made it better, and I can't wait for his origin.

These Captain America stories just aren't any good at all. Still better than solo Torch stories, but not by much. They still haven't figured out what to do with him, it seems. The Sumo was a horrible villain, but at least it wasn't a physical education demonstration this time, so that's an improvement.
 
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fragsel Says:
Power Man #35 : You know what? I think I'm gonna watch "Shane" again. Today. Right know.
 
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specialque Says:
X-Men #9 (v1) : I'm getting really sick of these issues where different superheroes or hero teams fight each other due to a misunderstanding, hypnotism, or some other BS excuse. I get it, Marvel's "different." Stop doing this.

I hated Professor X just letting Lucifer go. Under NO circumstances is that "justice." It was just the prof stroking his own ego, since he defeated him.
 
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specialque Says:
X-Men #8 (v1) : I loved the ray gun! I also loved that they didn't win with their powers. Great issue!
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Journey into Mystery #84 (v1) : Ugh. I almost gave this one a two, but I liked the art too much, particularly of Jane, who is quite fetching in this issue.
 
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Wady Says:
Avengers #92 (v1) : I Just love how the Avengers secialy Tony Stark one of the greatest minds in the Marvel universe is the first to jump into conclusions.
 
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Wady Says:
Avengers #91 (v1) : Once again the end was a bit rushed off, extra points for Pym's resignation from the Avengers thought that was unexpected.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Tales to Astonish #27 (v1) : I would like to note that my three star rating only applies to the Pym story in this issue, as I didn't read anything else but the short story that appears between parts of it, seeing as I'm pretty sure no other story in this anthology is related at all to The Marvel Universe, or at least the 616 one.
 
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specialque Says:
Avengers #10 (v1) : Two stars for that blatant lie on the cover. They didn't break up AT ALL. Also, stop forcing Rick Jones on us, Stan. Nobody likes him or wants to be him.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Incredible Hulk #1 (v1) : Aside from the obvious, my favorite thing that I learned in this issue is that apparently the military allowed pipe-smoking in highly sensitive facilities in the 1960s.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Fantastic Four #3 (v1) : A sub-par issue. The Miracle Man's defeat was poorly explained(why did his temporary blindness cause his hypnotism to lose it's effect?), though I do like his design, and I feel that it is possible to tell a good story with him as the primary villain. I don't knock it for Johnny's behavior, however, which some of my fellow commentators have. He behaved irrationally and over-emotionally, but what do you expect? He's a teenager, and a fairly egotistical one at that. Speaking as a teenager, such behavior would not be fully out of character for some of my peers, and perhaps myself in my darker moments. It's nice to know that Johnny later comes to his senses, though, which is more than can be said for some people who have made the same kind of mistakes.

Also, does anyone know where I can find the letters pages legally online? I'm reading it digitally, and for some reason they've excised the letters, which I think could be potentially quite interesting.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Tales to Astonish #27 (v1) : The read online link has been added.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Tales to Astonish #27 (v1) : How would one obtain this issue? There isn't a link to Marvel's digital archive, and I don't see any collected volumes, so I see no alternative to buying the actual issue, which is likely too expensive for many...
 
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specialque Says:
Tales to Astonish #64b (v1) : Now THAT'S how you end an issue. Loved that cliffhanger. Also, I wonder if LBJ's famous stare down would defeat the Hulk.
 
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Wady Says:
Avengers #90 (v1) : My only question is why does Mar-Vel looses his avilityu to fly after he is taken out of the Negative zone, if his powers were given by the Intelect Supreme??
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Incredible Hulk #128 (v1) : @Gram91 Shame on you. Betty will always be T-Bolt's little girl, and any "facts" that you come up with to counter this only shows just how little regard you have for the courageous men and women of the hulkbusters. You can talk like that when you're out there being harassed by several hundred pounds of pure rage.
 
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specialque Says:
Tales to Astonish #64a (v1) : These mediocre stories are making it really hard for me to defend this character at this point.
 
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specialque Says:
Tales to Astonish #63a (v1) : Nothing beats a crook using a can of bug spray on the Wasp. I was wondering when they'd get around to doing that.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Sub-Mariner #2 (v1) : @imeco Are you saying that people are uninformed about this important fact? F**k it, I'm starting a church.
 
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Calthor Says:
Iron Man #54 (v1) : Madame McEvil?

...

Really?
 
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pik.asso Says:
Tales to Astonish #27 (v1) : Finally this one was added! Thank youuuuu! :) Now on my personal wishlist there only remains Sgt. Fury.
 
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pik.asso Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #13 (v1) : It's interesting to read all these comments about "I always liked ". I personally know NONE of these villains, except the ones who appear in the movies. So it gives me an idea that most of these villains come back in future issues. And not only once!
 
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sewixo Says:
Captain America #191 (v1) : I feel like almost anybody who appeared in this issue could take out Stilt-Man alone, no problem. He clearly wasn't the man for the job.
 
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sputnix Says:
Fantastic Four #20 (v1) : As someone who`s major is chemistry, this issue hurts in not only it`s basic and absolute failure in how atomic structures work but the lack of continuity with the space rock with reed saying it proves alien life even though they and others have fought aliens and they later meet the watcher whom they recognize! I typically love camp like this but f*** this issue
 
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gonzo Says:
Fantastic Four #9 (v1) : Silver Age cheesiness in all its splendor. Tons of fun. I want a T-shirt of Namor with the long cigarette in his mouth yesterday.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Tomb of Dracula #50 (v1) : For being cosmically powered, the surfer is insanely easy to control.
 
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Wady Says:
Avengers #89 (v1) : So far it's looking great
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Avengers #60 (v1) : Bout frigging time, 'nuff said.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Fantastic Four #2 (v1) : This is an okay issue. The main reasons this is notable is for the introduction of the skull race, who are a far cry from the threat they eventually become, and the start of the arguments between Ben and Johnny.
 
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Phantasmagoria Says:
Fantastic Four #1 (v1) : To boil down my full length review to a more manageable size, this issue is a landmark achievement for the medium and can still hold up today if you're willing to put up with cheesy silver age narrative conventions. That said, it really is more notable for what it eventually led to as opposed to what it is, so don't expect a masterpiece. Overall, quite a good issue.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Adventures #29 (v2) : This issue also has land speeders, light sabers, and an exploding "Death Star." Hmmmmmm...
 
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Wady Says:
Astonishing Tales #7b (v1) : Once again a conlcusion reaches in the last minutes. Any way Doom is a great character and looks even better against a foe like the Black panther.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Adventures #29 (v2) : "I must confess your lack of faith is disturbing." Lucas totally stole this line and put it in Vader's mouth in Star Wars.
 
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Wady Says:
Astonishing Tales #6b (v1) : T'Chala and Doom, lest see how they play along
 
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Kez Says:
Thor #209 (v1) : Haha! Thor really got smacked around in this issue.

But blimey, those blinkin' English accents were annoying! We don't bloomin' talk like that guv'na!
 
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specialque Says:
Fantastic Four #33 (v1) : Reading the order has changed how I viewed a lot of characters, in particular Namor, like some of the other folks here. I like him and his background a lot more at this point. The cover was kind of a cheat, since I expected them to fight side-by-side, but it was still great stuff. I love how the Fantastic Four goes into both outer space and the deep sea. Nice.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Fantastic Four #6 Annual : Quite easily the weakest FF annual yet, but still pretty solid all around.
 
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Kez Says:
Incredible Hulk #159 (v1) : Englehart seems to do a really good job humanising the villains.. I find myself more interested in them of late.
 
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specialque Says:
Fantastic Four #32 (v1) : One thing that I really liked about this issue is that Reed is clearly arrogant, because that's just how he is. Yes, he kind of explains it away later, but his frustration at not being blindly followed is real, and it's an interesting way to present the hero of a comic team. I'm also glad to see the Skrulls return.
 
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rubixcube60 Says:
Captain America #108 (v1) : Look Pete we all love ya, but you're huffing a bit to much of your own stuff if you still think your paste gun is "the most powerful weapon on earth".
 
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