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Vancelot Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #286 (v1) : This was pretty great. I went ahead and gave it 5 stars.
 
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Gecko Says:
Patsy Walker #45g : 2 stars since they did it without dialoge
 
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bill_the_cat Says:
Avengers #1 Annual : "I gotta ask you, but I only got time to ask ya once. I'll give you two minutes to think about it." I bet Fury had time to ask at least once more in those two minutes.
 
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Russ Says:
Doc Savage #5 (v2) : Well, I did have a laugh at poor Hiram when he told the group his dog left him.

2 stars. Pretty much the same song, though I thought Pat really shined here.
 
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illcom94 Says:
US 1 #6 : Halfway done...
 
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dano357 Says:
New X-Men #32 (v2) : What a roller-coaster of a 12 issue run.
 
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dano357 Says:
New X-Men #30 (v2) : You're not officially an X-Man until you've crashed the Blackbird.

If Mercury died in this one I would have lost it.
 
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dano357 Says:
New X-Men #29 (v2) : David pulling out a Doug Ramsey on me. Straight to the heart man. Sure it's fan service but I like him being the historian of the group, it's in character.
 
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dano357 Says:
New X-Men #28 (v2) : Also 1st reference to Sam's External/Immortal status in years, right?
 
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dano357 Says:
New X-Men #28 (v2) : Mercury has become one of my favorites, and is the moral compass of the team without being preachy. Someone has to keep Rockslide and Hellion pointed in the right direction.
 
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dano357 Says:
New X-Men #28 (v2) : Damn Emma dropped the hammer on Carol. She was right though.
 
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dano357 Says:
New X-Men #27 (v2) : X-23 gets the MVP here.

I guess they had to move the Astonishing X-Men over here so they could get some page time.
 
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ViolentPhlegm Says:
Champions #17 : Terrible plan. It depends on the Champions deciding to help the evil mutants instead of destroying them on sight.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Avengers #109 (v1) : There were some decent ideas for new here, but at the end of the day, the story seemed rushed, the villains' plans ill explained, and, frankly, not enough was done for me to believe Imus Champion was a credible threat to a team including Thor.

Don Heck has improved quite a bit since the mid 60s, but this just means his art looks good for a book from 1963, not 1973.
 
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Russ Says:
Daredevil #130 (v1) : I like the idea of Matt and Heather doing that legal service thing, but what if Foggy had won, Matt? Wouldn't that have put him in a conflicting-interest situation, and such a scandal possibly forcing him to resign? I get that was probably for nostalgia's sake, but that was kinda dumb, dude!

And yeah, Candy looks a little psychotic on that one panel. Probably the first time I've seen a character drawn by Bob Brown with a bit of personality.

But the voodoo plot? Ended up much better than I thought it would, in spite of its predictability. I wonder though, did Zed really believe he was effective in his "magic", if he thought he could affect Daredevil?

2 stars. "Oh wow, another love triangle; exactly what this books needs!" said nobody, ever.
 
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Katryn Says:
Tomb of Dracula #27 (v1) : I really need a half star rating for this. It wasn't particularly bad, it just wasn't very good either.
 
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gmonkey Says:
New Warriors #31 (v1) : Stupid retcon.
 
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Gecko Says:
Marvel Tales #112e (v1) : Best Christmas Carol variation I've seen in a long time
 
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edgar987 Says:
Astonishing Tales #27 (v1) : I loved this when i was a kid. It holds up fairly well.
 
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grayrender Says:
Power Pack #14 (v1) : He's not going to fly. I het the impression he's going to fall with style. I.e. BASE jump with a squirrel suit.
 
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arsenal009 Says:
Daredevil #17 (v1) : Just read the synopsis on Marvel Wikia for the comics you want to skip.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #284 (v1) : I agree with much of what Squid says, but you can't really lay all of the blame at Byrne's feet. He beat Sue up in the way that any good writer beats up on any interesting charactter. He focuses on some of the wrong things, bur he is ultimately the guy that wrote the story where that awful name was finally put to rest.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #284 (v1) : I agree with much of what Squid says, but you can't really lay all of the blame at Byrne's feet. He beat Sue up in the way that any good writer beats up on any interesting charactter. He focuses on some of the wrong things, bur he is ultimately the guy that wrote the story where that awful name was finally put to rest.
 
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Marksman Says:
Monsters Unleashed #1 (v1) : I really enjoy the horror genre the seventies has. Never read any Solomon Kane stories and am intrigued now.
 
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logan49 Says:
Strange Tales #150a (v1) : Love the "bumper car" panel with Fury and Dum Dum.
 
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VenomousIntent Says:
Tomb of Dracula #28 (v1) : That ending mad this 4 stars for me. She just took Drac's ego and crushed it with silence.
 
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Russ Says:
Master of Kung Fu #51 : We've seen Shang-Chi leave the band a few times already, but now the entire band's broken up. Guess everyone's fed up with Denis collecting all the song royalties!

Excellent arc, but I'm Kung-Fu'd out. Looks like it'll be awhile before we see Shang-Chi again. I like the guy, but it's good to have a break. 3 stars
 
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Russ Says:
Master of Kung Fu #50 : The ending was indeed relatively disappointing. Still, one of Fu Manchu's most ambitious plans in the Marvel Universe is over, and we saw some incredible character growth thanks to the point-of-view narrations. An overall outstanding arc. When the whole Agent of K.U.N.G.-F.U. direction started, I had no idea it would result in such high quality. Turns out it was all leading up to this. 3 stars.
 
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Marksman Says:
Captain America #147 (v1) : I figured it was Kingpin as soon as I saw those sausage fingers last issue.
 
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Russ Says:
Master of Kung Fu #49 : Impressive. There hasn't been a weak or filler issue in this arc so far. I don't think (trying to remember) even the Kree-Skrull War or the Thanos arc avoided having a one or two issue filler. Sure, this has been a little drawn out, but it sure doesn't feel like it.

RIP Larner; you got redemption for your past, and you went out with a bang. Uhmm, bad choice of words there. And suddenly this arc has more weight to it due to there being a casualty on the good guys' side. But it sure felt like a waste; Fu Manchu's rocket was gone and most everyone, even the bad guys, had cleared out by the time Larner got his bomb to detonate.

4 stars. Hope the conclusion is as good as the rest of the arc.
 
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Russ Says:
Master of Kung Fu #48 : And while the narration tactic in this arc seems to be drawing out the length of the arc some, it's actually overall been a pretty good storytelling device. It's reinforcing the fact that there's a lot of story to tell, even if at this point the devil's in the details. I think it's been a great help because I don't feel bogged down with a lot of information. Moench and Gulacy have been executing this really well.

So they're in the Arctic? It might've been even more fun to do this in the Antarctic! Instead of freezing cold, they'd all be surrounded by dinosaurs and plagued by some other Britisher dressed in a loincloth and a pet cat in desperate need of some orthodontic work.

3 stars. Not a good plan of Fu Manchu; if he tries to bring the moon down, some bald guy who lives there might decided to "not interfere" again.
 
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Marksman Says:
Captain America #145 (v1) : I am waiting for a comic in the order that can pass the Bechdel Test. This ain't it.
 
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chrisWhite Says:
Thor #128b (v1) : New Asgard looks pretty incredible, another great Kirby panel
 
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chrisWhite Says:
Thor #126b (v1) : For that matter, what is up with Loki's costume in the first place, it's unlike anyone else's and looks so stupid.
 
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chrisWhite Says:
Journey into Mystery #123b (v1) : I don't hate Balder for a change. Not a bad mini-issue
 
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chrisWhite Says:
Journey into Mystery #123b (v1) : Agreed, that panel was magnificent!
 
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Russ Says:
Master of Kung Fu #47 : I think I like the changing focus also; the switch in point of view between the various characters. The one problem with it, and it's a very minor nit-picky thing, is that it makes this book a team book rather than Shang-Chi's. Which isn't a bad thing, it's just slight false advertisement (as if Marvel never published a cover that didn't reflect its contents. Gasp! What?)

So did Leiko claim Shang-Chi's virginity? Shang, you lucky dog!

And Blackjack's had it rough. He survived being blown up, now his craft crashed. Anyone wanna take insurance out on this guy?

3 stars. Again, slight loss of story momentum but things are still pushing forward. I'm very pleasantly surprised at the quality of this arc so far.
 
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Russ Says:
Master of Kung Fu #46 : Consider this one a slight break in the main action, when the majority of it is in flashback.

So did Reston tell them everything? As in Leiko and Shang being together together? They probably scared the crap out of him to make him admit something like that. But I'd be hesitant to clear Reston to go back into the field if his decision-making skills are affected by Shang's and Leiko's relationship.

3 stars.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #283 (v1) : The stuff with Jen is horrific too. I wonder if he knows the central role in her life that issues of fear and confidence have played.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Captain Marvel #24 (v1) : Awful through and through. Everyone in the issue was tediously stupid. Nobody's motivations or actions made the least sense. Nothing made me care about the success or survival of anyone (excapt for the fact I was hoping Rick Jones and Mar-Vell would die, I guess).

It's possible there are worse books earlier in the order, but none that made me as angry and frustrated as this book did. A totally unpleasant experience.
 
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