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grayrender Says:
Defenders #96 (v1) : I never appreciated before how every character in this DeMatties run is somehow occult/infernal/death related.

Also, Patsy's cackle there was just plain creepy.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Fantastic Four #21b Annual : Wtf? "You will stay with, and act happy with your insane and dangerous ex-husband or else."
 
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grayrender Says:
Defenders #95 (v1) : Lawful Evil. Baatezu.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #287 (v1) : So, I guess that answers the question about whether Ben and Alicia ever had sex. Poor Ben . . . He should spend some time on the Kronan homeworld and *ahem* get his rocks off a few times.
 
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illcom94 Says:
US 1 #12 : The worst.
 
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Marksman Says:
Doc Savage #8 (v1) :
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Spider-Man #44 : Seems like every time they say it's a brand new era on the cover, nothing happens inside.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Ghost Rider #6 (v3) : Slightly better than last issue, but this two parter wasn't noteworthy except for apparently Punisher meeting GR for the first time? Seems like they would have met by now.
 
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Marksman Says:
Avengers #122 (v1) : How much money did Van Lunt spend on the warehouse rocketship on the offhand chance he'd use it on anyone that would betray him? Cyanide would have been cheaper.
 
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Marksman Says:
Avengers #121 (v1) : It's been said before that the Zodiac is a good idea but not well executed. Most of them seem to be guys dressed up as furry animals wielding whatever they pick up at hand. Can't wait to see the later (and better) incarnation of the Zodiac.
 
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jerlindsey Says:
Avengers #93 (v1) : The artwork of Neal Adams is simply amazing. What a breath of fresh air.
 
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jerlindsey Says:
Avengers #99 (v1) : Dude. Hawkeye. What are you wearing??
 
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jerlindsey Says:
Avengers #83 (v1) : Just when I thought the ladies of the Avengers had finally had enough of Clint Barton's sexist crap...fooled by the Enchantress! Curses!
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #14 : This made the previous issue read like Pynchon. I miss Steve Gerber on this title.
 
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phogbear Says:
The Hulk! #25b : Keeping the Hulk in a metal cage was just stupid. If he could figure out who Bruce was, should have realized that a metal cage wouldn't hold Hulk.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #13 : I like how Arnold Crank goes about finding super-heroes.

Why isn’t there a Marvel Two-In-one starring Aunt Fannie & Aunt Petunia?

Kind of a fun, light story. I thought the dialogue was actually pretty well done and I liked the art

I find myself nodding my. head in agreement with those who really disliked this story, but I still enjoyed myself. I like Grimm being an ass. He doesn't learn any humility until Beyonder's world and what he finds out when he returns.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Avengers #120 (v1) : We'll take them as they come, when they come! Wouldn't be the same without you and seeing a new post from is always met with excitement. Sorry for the troubles!
 
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Marksman Says:
Avengers #120 (v1) : Gemini was just lucky that Swordsman didn't eviscerate him/his brother when he stumbled with his sword.

Also, Mantis, who is so in tune with others' feelings and whatnot, couldn't tell the person she is closest to in the Avengers is not delirious with fever?
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Fantastic Four #134 (v1) : I thought the scene with Dorrie was great. It reveals a lot about where Johnnies head is at and how the world is moving on without him. He's always been an on-top-of-the-world kind of guy and now he's been dumped for an older guy and an old fling has built a family. Maybe he's facing some growing up to do.
 
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jerlindsey Says:
Fantastic Four #45 (v1) : Johnny Storm: "Eh. What's a little light stalking? I'll just hang out here in the shadows for almost an hour."
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Giant-Size Defenders #1 : Took me far longer than it should have to realize Hulk's eyeball wasn't having a conversation on behalf of Dr. Strange and Clea on the last page. Cool style, once I recovered from being dumb.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Firestar #4 (v1) : It works because it not only develops Firestar, but develops the White Queen as well.
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Defenders #12 (v1) : Is this the first superhero friendship hulk has had that made it past the end of an issue? Essential issue.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Silver Surfer #1a Annual : This crossover sucks.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Firestar #3 (v1) : The White Queen is such a bitch.

I've seen that as for a while now... What is the new universe?
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #1 : I enjoy the darker bent of Gerbers work here though the lengths he goes to force these three together is jarring. It was interesting how many opportunities he took to portray Ben as a Bully, and perhaps a bit narcissistic. The only character he shows kindness to is The Man-Thing in whom he sees himself reflected more darkly.

 
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DarianRogue Says:
Crash Comics #3a : Listen, don't question it or they'll come after you.
 
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phogbear Says:
Ghost Rider #48 (v2) : Issues like this makes me wonder how this title made it to issue 81.
 
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DarianRogue Says:
Amazing Man Comics #14a (v2) : These stories are sort of just beginning to feel the same.
 
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CrazyforRAMU Says:
Marvel Team-Up #27 (v1) : My hypothesis is that Len Wein's DC-trained brain instinctively and subconsciously aims at a younger target audience than his Bullpen contemporaries. Look at the way he cranks Spidey's "goofball quipster" knob up to 11 here.

I agree that the "Hulk learns the meaning of friendship" theme is great. It's a pity Mr. Wein left it so unexplored it's practically subtext.

While this was all-around entertaining, I felt the sudden fatality clashed with the generally light-hearted air.
 
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HeffElf Says:
Champions #17 : Not the worst group in marvel do to this point, my vote is for the teen brigade, but far from the best. This did end on a high note though!
 
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danico Says:
Deaths Head #10 (v1) : Agreed, it seems like Death's Head was just hitting is stride
 
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Marksman Says:
Captain America #175 (v1) : Reading this stretch of Captain America was a lot easier than the previous stretch of Iron Man.
 
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estyles Says:
Uncanny X-Men #213 (v1) : I rounded up to 4 just because I can never get enough Psylocke, and here she is before her transformation already showing how badass she is. Despite whatever that is she's wearing.
 
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TStarnes Says:
West Coast Avengers #30 (v2) : Was this a left over plot line from the 60s? I thought we left this stupidity behind. Awful.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Firestar #2 (v1) : The untold story: For months after this issue's release, PITA staged protests over the death of the horse, and Maxwell, the bunny rabbit. This caused marvel and X-Productions to take a closer look at how animals are treated during comic productions.
 
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Marksman Says:
Captain America #173 (v1) : The auto insurance companies are probably going out of business in the Marvel universe the way vehicles are just randomly smashed to further the plot.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Web of Spider-Man #9 (v1) : I had a hard time following the farmer's motivations, but I guess I can just wave it away with "the stone made him mentally unstable".
 
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wcharrison355 Says:
Daredevil #187 (v1) : Unlike most Bronze Age books and like today's comics, you can read this in 5 minutes. Very text light. Also, the cover was just a figure--Miller was never very detail oriented. Liked how the cabby helped DD and I think Miller's characterization and plotting are good.
 
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wcharrison355 Says:
Team America #5 : Feels like the whole series was written just to give kids some ideas of what to do with their toys.
 
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