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Calthor Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : This Christmas story was published in March? That strikes me as very odd...
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Tales to Astonish #74a (v1) : Ones again the Watcher interferes... soon he's going to need an intergalactic lawyer when he'll be sued for fraud.
 
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Calthor Says:
X-Men #54a (v1) : This issue was saved by the origin story of the Angel, which was pretty decent, but the main story was very poor.
 
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Mr. M. Says:
Thor #137a (v1) : I'm really surprised, cause I don't like very much Thor and his Asgardian adventures, but I enjoyed his fight with Ulik and the whole concept of war. I hope that I'll see soon some villain who has better luck with Thor and especially Odin. Allfather is so powerful and arrogant that I'd like to see him beaten.
 
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Mr. M. Says:
Thor #136a (v1) : I didn't particulary enjoy this story but it's good, cause there'll be no more of Thor/Blake-Foster quite pointless at this point relationship. I suppose if the story would be written today she wouldn't be so fragile, weak and pretty boring female.
 
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Mr. M. Says:
X-Men #26 (v1) : Hard to read. Thomas is really destroying the series. Better luck with 'The Avengers' though.
 
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Mr. M. Says:
X-Men #25 (v1) : Roy did it again. I mean weak story. He can't feel the X-Men and has terrible ideas when creating bad guys.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #130 (v1) : Spidey has been in a downward spiral of mediocrity since the Gwen Stacey arc. The Spidermobile is the dumbest idea since "The Six Arm Saga."
 
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Agrippina Says:
Journey into Mystery #98a (v1) : @ jfpj1991: Pretty much ANY villain is better than the beetle ;)
 
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Agrippina Says:
Strange Tales #114a (v1) : Wow, the windmill in the Torch story was RANDOM. As for Dr Strange, I'm really not feeling his stories so far. A little too magical for my liking, which doesn't auger well for me liking him much as a character.
 
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Agrippina Says:
Tales to Astonish #48 (v1) : Every time I feel like I couldn't possibly like TtA less... Putting the sexism aside, Henry is a patronising prat in this one. Not one thank you to Janet, but plenty of insults!
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Fantastic Four #1a Annual : "Dear Yancy Street Gang- Drop Dead!. Nah, that's too subtle"

Oh man, that's classic. As hammy as some of these early comics are, some of it is genuinely very funny. Same thing with Thing's line about the electric chair.

Overall, I really enjoyed this episode. I also found it really interesting that they went back and expanded on the Spider-man vs F4 fight due to fan request.
 
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Calthor Says:
Daredevil #52 (v1) : I'd say this is a level of intrigue that has not yet been reached before in the Daredevil comics. Good developments!
 
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instantdeath999 Says:
Strange Tales #2 Annual : You can tell Spider-man is really catching on. He practically upstages Torch in his own comic.

I really enjoyed this one. Surprise surprise, Spidey and Torch have some good bickering.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Fantastic Four #29 (v1) : In the Trial of Watcher in a later issue of Captain Marvel, they actually address this. That he seems to have a particular thing for the FF in specific
 
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TStarnes Says:
Daredevil #2 (v1) : Well, both are considered "street level" heroes, and so share a similar class of villain. As opposed to say Iron Man, Thor, or the Avengers who are world or whatever level heroes, or Silver Surfer and Nova, who are Galactic level heroes.
 
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JobberMP Says:
Fantastic Four #7 (v1) : Now when alien space communists attack is when I'll say enough is enough.
 
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bigkat5582 Says:
Tales of Suspense #76a (v1) : So who didn't see amnesia coming?
 
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Webslinger Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #23 (v1) : He is already one of the smartest villains on the Universe, Doom may be more intelligent and wise, but Stan worked the Gobling smart and tricky.

Nice to see that comics are getting better!
 
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Ice Says:
Tales of Suspense #46 (v1) : Decent enough story, with the debut of a good villain, but the bit with IM tricking Vanko into defecting bugged me. A lot. Not very heroic, for a Silver Age super hero...

As did the caricature of Khrushchev. Somehow, the anti-communist propaganda is so much less bearable when they're using real, historical figures.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Fantastic Four #18 (v1) : This is a top notch early issue.
 
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Ice Says:
Journey into Mystery #97a (v1) : Thor cuts loose on the Lava Man and that was fun to see.
Jane quits, and that makes me curious as to what will happen next with those two.
And, we get Tales of Asgard, which is quite good, and I want to read more. This is probably my favorite JiM so far.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Fantastic Four #37 (v1) : It seems as the marvel universe is being more shaped ish after ish, and it is being a good shaping.

There's a letter asking why cover date doesn't matches publishing date, and the answer neither the bullpen knows, but they say it's a practice for more than 20 years, and the publishers think it would cause to mauch confusion to change that. There are also two (or one?) letters complaining about rhe way communism is treated, onf of them from an English leftist.

Wow, how about the new advertising style?
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Tales to Astonish #71a (v1) : Artificial respiration from the Hulk... If a normal person can blow someone's lungs up with that, imagine what the Hulk would do. Rick is not a lucky boy... At least Hulk didn't do full CPR. Can you imagine the Hulk pressing your chest?
 
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Encolpius Says:
Tales to Astonish #50 (v1) : Lee and Kirby are credited on the cover, 20+ years before it became common in mainstream comics.
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Tales to Astonish #70a (v1) : well then, let's hope Namor's storyline is better than Giant-Man and Wasp's (not that it's very difficult...)
 
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Encolpius Says:
Strange Tales #115a (v1) : Did Dick Ayers ink this story with a marker? That's some pretty ugly artwork.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #22 (v1) : Stan's long time subplots are pretty cool- Like this college one, Pete's visit to E.S.U. was the first development a character got outside his magazine, here he was wondering witch scientific field to chose from.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Tales of Suspense #44 (v1) : Only entertaining part of the issue was Iron Man fighting a Roman army. Everything else... already been said.
 
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Webslinger Says:
X-Men #10 (v1) : Primal fear - primal love! <--To Duhhaag.

Ka-zar makes his entrance on X-Men, I really didn't see that coming!!
And I liked it, the idea was new and well done!
 
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Calthor Says:
Avengers #63 (v1) : What a dreadfully bad plot all of a sudden. Who thought Hawkeye as Goliath would be a good idea?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Jungle Action #9 (v2) : "Catch up" summary or no, this title is an absolute mess. I still really have no idea what to make of the characters or their motivations. I think the authors were trying to up the level of sophistication in their storytelling, but at this point are missing the mark.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Daredevil #6 (v1) : Can't say the same, if not for the soap opera this would be a prette ok ish.
 
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Calthor Says:
Captain Marvel #11 (v1) : This is a sudden drastic change of direction. I'll hold off judgement for now, but I am doubtful as well...
 
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Kez Says:
Thor #196 (v1) : Felt really bad for that little goblin dude. :( They really kinda brushed that death aside, too. Like it wasn't a big deal. In some ways that made it all the more tragic.
 
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darkdragonne Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #25 (v1) : Isn't Peter Parker supposed to be this nerdy unpopular kid? Why are there THREE GIRLS competing over him?
 
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fragsel Says:
Marvel Spotlight #22 (v1) : I hate lying covers. I know it's standart now but 1974? That cover made my inner child cry.
 
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Kez Says:
Thor #195 (v1) : Volstagg is just awesome.
 
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Kez Says:
Marvel Team-Up #4 (v1) : Yeah, spidey was a little out of character here for me.
 
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Anonymous Says:
Fantastic Four #17 (v1) : Sue gets to be competent for once? Hmm, fancy that.
 
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