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Xythe Says:
Avengers #43 (v1) : What kind of doorbell goes "nok nok"?
 
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Xythe Says:
Avengers #42 (v1) : Ahhhh, the old "I'll pretend to help but really screw you over" trick. Why do villains keep falling for it exactly?
 
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imeco Says:
Daredevil #35 (v1) : "unbeatable paste gun!" haha
 
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Shark Says:
X-Men #22 (v1) : Oh boy, all the memories, all this old villains... why did they have to reuse them, why? Specially Plantman, I thought we were free of having to read him.
 
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max1973_italy Says:
Captain America #204 (v1) : I didn't like Kirby's Captain America. Kirby's CA issues are poor and a little stupid in my opinion.
In general I didn't like reading any comic written by Kirby... definitely, he was not wade for writing.
Waiting for comments from other users about the well-known "Kirby Kontroversy"...
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Captain America #142 (v1) : I have a hard time buying The Gargoyle as a powerful, menacing villain. I mean he has the power to turn things to stone--for an hour. Oooooo! I'm so scared.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Journey into Mystery #92 (v1) : Surelly Joe Sinnot does a puny looking Don Blake (just look at his first appearence, pg3, panel 4), and a very colorfull Thor.

I sure would run to be the first one to watch a movie with a Hero-God acting, filming and providing special efects!!

Magnetism, radioactivity, unstable molecules, I should be counting how often they appear!!

Yes, I learned that too, thomassp74.
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Avengers #118 (v1) : I was happy to see Wanda as the one who pulled it out in the end, she doesn't get enough credit in my opinion.
 
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Kez Says:
Ka-Zar #3b (v1) : This totally superfluous arc had to be something that had been lying around for months if not years. It seems really out of place at this point of development in the Marvel Universe.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Tales to Astonish #42 (v1) : So some nut comes to town and starts poisoning everybody against you with some powerful strange power, ah, who cares, I'm going to the police office get that award they owe me!

Now, about the way Crag uses his voice, well, some people are just dumb and overconfident, not every villain is intelligent....
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Savage Tales #1d (v1) : I thought Wakanda was the exclusive source of Vibranium.
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Marvel Premiere #10 : Epic.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Fantastic Four #13 (v1) : Oh Space Race!!

Oh, the contrast: the americans are the most fantastic foursome, that won't let their partner take the risk alone, the soviets are slaved space-monkeys geared by an monkey looking human, well, I can say Stan gave to Marvel his share on propaganda!

Speaking of it, do you like comics? Have you tried "Is this tomorrow: America under communism"?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Iron Man #39 (v1) : I normally enjoy Herb Trimpe's penciling, but the art in this issue is pretty bad--It seems unfinished and rushed.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #2a (v1) : So much goes on: Parker gets money, it is almost a job, and why to Johna? I would say it was sort of Peter's sarcasm! Things are fixed at home now (rent, bills, etc.), Peter puts spare web cartridges in his belt and in the end.. could it be that Spider Man put the building on fire??? Oh public menace!!
 
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Anonymous Says:
Tales of Suspense #86a (v1) : I think had he said "I'll beat the sh*t out of You" it would be equally unlikely to happen (if You treat it literally that is). So yeah, my guess is that's just a figure of speech
 
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Shark Says:
Tales of Suspense #86a (v1) : Page 3:
"For that... You die a thousand deaths!"
And how in Earth is that supposed to happen? Is it some oriental proverb?
 
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Shark Says:
Tales of Suspense #82a (v1) : Gene Colan's work in Iron Man really pays off in this issue. Good ol' Tony feels so powerful and dynamic... He really outdid himself here.
 
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Shark Says:
Strange Tales #149a (v1) : The correlation between the AIM/Secret Empire/Them arcs just blew me. It comes a bit out of nowhere, but it's the most spread and complex storyline so far, and I appreciate that (though this is nothing against modern craziness... right, Civil War?)
 
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green_flame_616 Says:
Sub-Mariner #62a (v1) : The backup feature in here was pretty cool. I'm excited to read the next part.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Daredevil #76 (v1) : This was not necessarily a bad issue, but I'm very burned out on "Viva la revelucion!" stories right now.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Tales of Suspense #39a (v1) : Strange that people liked this, I personally see nothing special here, in truth it's a bad story for me.
Iron-Man, like all the Avengers, is a hero I no nothing actually, so there are no expectations, I just get going, let's se what comes next with Iron-Man!
 
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Webslinger Says:
Incredible Hulk #6 (v1) : Despite the nationalist Teen Brigade all development in Hulk's character is awessome, he has changed from issue to issue since (and specialy on the) the start, but now it seems Hulk is gonna have even more development.

The Incredible Hulk is being an very good surprise!!!
 
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Webslinger Says:
Journey into Mystery #90 (v1) : Finally, after 8 issues we get some character development, but Odin f*cks it all up... Anyway, in the end Dr. Blake looks confident for the first time ever!

P.S.: And what of lack of originality, after Skrulls an Impossible Man another alien race who can changes into everything, and how could Thor know they acquire all characteristics of what they've changed into, wouldn't Xartam's themselves know that??
 
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Webslinger Says:
Fantastic Four #12 (v1) : A very humorous issue, but even Reed posing in for General Ross was somewhat corny, lost one star for that, anyway, the F4 keep the good pace, and the letters page is as always pretty fun to read!
 
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Vic Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #220b (v1) : I usually don't like back-up stories. I like back-up stories about Aunt May even less. But this was as strong as the main story.
 
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Vic Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #220a (v1) : What an awesome issue!
 
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Webslinger Says:
Strange Tales #107 (v1) : The good point here is the adventure Torch goes into having a free weekend, the bad is the always changing powers Hothead has, as sometime ago just a few wather would flame him off for a while, now he could submerge uncunscious for a sec. or two and flame on again.

Again we have character development, as we learn Namor stil wants to beat the Ff, but is not THE bad guy, as he won't let his foe die drowned.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Strange Tales #106 (v1) : Almost lost one star for the last three panels, but as the first good torch 'solo' adventure it keeped it.

Will Liber keep the better taste? It's Lieber's third good one!!
 
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Webslinger Says:
Tales to Astonish #40 (v1) : "Bah! It's useless! only the Ant-Man would be clever enough to catch the hijacker!" - Our hero got a fame!!

These ants, so worried by pity human problems... (how?)

So, the glory to the first who speaked "That's my middle name" goes to: Ant-Man, well, these times he needed something to be pride of!!!

No machine is perfeft, and wind blows!!!!

Punny hero, don't you need the news?? (Yep, how didn't ass that to Ant-Man?)

By great good God, Jesus and Mary, what a huge score our hero got, he is the first one on Marvel Universe who cannot fight crime, he is seek!!!! Wow!!

Clever guards: "The hijacker might be around" but not in the truck???

Holly Hannah, Lieber, this time you really got me, Ant-Man was fakening!!! Second good history/plot by you (just saying, the first one was in Thor, with Loki's candy city 'nd so on!!).

Liked this villain's attitude too!!

"Mister, even when that guy fails, he wins! That's the Ant-Man for you!"

Wow, what a bystory (the first)- frightening, astonishing, powerfull! And the second one is cruel, even for an criminal!
 
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thekaiser Says:
Man-Thing #2 (v1) : Seriously? F.A.Schist?? That's just a little bit ridiculous.
 
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Xythe Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #49 (v1) : The 60s lingo is really starting to get irritating.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Fantastic Four #11b (v1) : Just awesomely funny, this impossible-man was a gag!!! And we even get more about Ff past, like how Ben and Reed met and an special revelation, Reed worked on O.S.S. (didn't heard of it till I googled it today)!!! Ah, don't forget the two paged letters session, the only down point was justifying Sue's role on the group. The truth is that they were somewhat sexist and it waiting to see when she get's more into action!

This sequence- hitchhicking on 9, fighting Doom after the very appearence of Kirby and Lee on the magazine and this special issue, together with the letters on this and specially 10 just shows how both creators were really on the top those times!!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Adventures #7a (v2) : Was Marvel Nation really into these issues? They are OK, but hardly compelling. The Black Widow story line barely qualifies as a super hero book and The Inhumans are only marginally better.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Journey into Mystery #89 (v1) : Just four points:

Thor, trashing the seas since 1963!

Jane daydreaming description was pretty fun!!

This is the first time Thor gallantly flies with his loved one and wtf, he simpl finds himself in the right to erase others personal memories because he believes he is doing her good???
 
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Webslinger Says:
Strange Tales #105 (v1) : Powers, powers, powers! How many crazy powers would the Torch achieve with his flame all along strange tales?? And wich will remain there, never (thankfully) to be remembered??

Plotholes: if Torch can do a Bobby Torch, saws, lassos 'nd so on, why did'nt he put the pics on fire the first time they met? And now why didn't he control the bomb sort of telepatically, so it wouldn't ignite on fire??
 
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Anonymous Says:
Tales to Astonish #39 (v1) : Just to note, this is the first time Ant-Man ends a tale not recognized as the hero, but we still know nothing about his personal life.
 
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thekaiser Says:
Marvel Premiere #11 : Oh yay a reprinted origin story, this makes me so happy...
I mean, they could at least have re-written it.
(also there really needs to be a better way to make sarcasm obvious)
 
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Shark Says:
X-Men #20 (v1) : Typical Prof. Xavier in this mag: "Well, im totally paralyzed, I may be dying if I can't breathe... time to tell someone the story of my life!"
 
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imeco Says:
Thor #154 (v1) : Muggers, Incorporated...real ingenious name there...
 
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