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ClownShoes Says:
Captain Britain #20 (v1) : And how long have they been wandering the countryside, that there's been time for a funeral already?
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Avengers #67 (v1) : Barry Smith sure slings a mean Kirby Dot. The rest of his talents aren't quite up to snuff, though.

I think the SHIELD soldiers wear masks to hide the fact that they are pirates, Savvy?
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Silver Surfer #21 (v3) : Horrible. I expect much more from silver surfer.
 
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Shinderu Says:
Sub-Mariner #72 (v1) : Good riddance.
 
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Shinderu Says:
Fantastic Four #148 (v1) : I'm starting to lose my patience with this arc.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #191 (v1) : If I could post links, I'd post one that says courts allow Doe vs. xxxxx I'm civil litigation, which is what this would fall under.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #191 (v1) : Cause this is Marvel and not real life lol
 
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Shinderu Says:
Fantastic Four #145 (v1) : I have no idea why but I enjoyed this.
 
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grayrender Says:
Iron Man #179 (v1) : Also, the line, "Jim Rhodes has guts down to his ankles" sure doesn't sound like it refers intestines to me.
 
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grayrender Says:
Iron Man #179 (v1) : By alleging in a civil suit that he embezzled the funds from Stark Enterprises and getting a temporary restraining order followed by a preliminary injunction from the judge to prevent tony from moving the money off-shore.

You asked.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Ghost Rider #33 (v3) : Blevins is letting his inner pre-Code horror comic book artist out to play.
 
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Shinderu Says:
Werewolf by Night #20 (v1) : Certainly an improvement compared to earlier issues but still not good...
 
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Deadpool7850 Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #26g : Blatant Racism.
 
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Deadpool7850 Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #26h : Loved how Angel suggested at the end that Armless Tiger Man should be set on the Nazi's then says:

"That is if the RAF have left any Factories standing in Germany."

Before giving a thumbs up to the reader, breaking the 4th Wall.
 
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Titens Says:
Iron Man #182 (v1) : Good issue, with good use of hard and emotional situations. But I don't get why Gretel didn't go to a public hospital that night, since unlike Tony she didn't want to die. Just like how Tony could have easily found shelter for the newborn once he made up his mind. I mean, i get they werewasted and with severe depression, but I still think Gretel could have made a bit more effort not to pointlessly die in that situation. Then again, it's not like these kind of things don't happen in real life
 
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butters911 Says:
Incredible Hulk #242 (v1) : Hulks greatest foe? Awesome! This issue will have the Hulk going up against the Leader or the Abomination. Cant wait to read it. I hope Im not disappointed....
 
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Johnny71181 Says:
Spider-Woman #44 (v1) : Apparently it gets even more confusing down the road. SPOILER FOR FURTHER DOWN THE ORDER: This story gets retconned and it turns out Viper actually isn't her mother, but was given some false memories.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #264 (v1) : I love the altWalt and Ben clobbering a Mickey Mouse knockoff.

I love that the crazy old billionaire had bunk science that Mole called out.
 
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Magik_Rune Says:
Tomb of Dracula #41 (v1) : For an horror title, this is actually quite good. Or I'm just used of reading so much worse.
 
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Katryn Says:
Captain America #174 (v1) : That's some really good work with the X-Men in this. It ties things together for readers who have only been reading the reprints and don't necessarily know everything that happens after they change costumes, but also answers the questions that people who had read the old X-Men run would have had. Plus, Jean got to kick some butt in this one!
 
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dano357 Says:
Gambit #1 (v4) : Oh my it's a Gambit solo series that might not be terrible! Promising start, let's just keep the Mengo Brothers out of this.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Werewolf by Night #10 (v1) : 2 stars for the Committee following an unSOUND plan!!!

Credit Due - At least the coloring is better this time!!!

?Question? - How did the Russell car get there? I guess Lissa drove it into town last issue??

Splash - Great panel of the Army of Fear turning over the cop car! Also the kid trying to get his comics!!

Sarnak - At least, he did have a cool mask! Since his face was fine; it makes you wonder about his arms. Was he wearing gloves? Was his army wearing masks and gloves as well?? Or did they all have bubonic plague or leprosy???

'Nuff Said - "The public has fallen into apathy, it feels too secure in its mediocrity."-The Late Sarnak
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Avengers #81 (v1) : HA! Although I agree this is unbelievable, ignoring sloppy plot is sort of necessary to get from one page to the next in any of these comics. This early age of Marvel holds continuity, credulity, and consistency subservient to action scenes and drama.

I choose to approach these comics as though I were an anthropologist, combing through the works of a guild of historians made up of complete incompetents who were charged with documenting the lives of great heros. I understand that these historians were known to embellish, contradict, and misunderstand historical events and characters. Something -like- these events probably occurred buuut...
 
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metasynthie Says:
Daredevil #293 (v1) : Chichester's fine on Daredevil, but his Tombstone is much more insecure than the frightening and newly-empowered stoic stoneface from Spider-Man books, and his Punisher has a dead-set bloodthirst that's gotten nuanced and modulated (through his own titles) since his earliest appearances.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #263 (v1) : That "VAROOM" panel made me tbink of Days of Thunder. Anyone else?

Also, Reed is a full-blown shapeshifer now? That's new.

And kudos for finaly drawing a pregnant woman looking like she might be pregnant!
 
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dano357 Says:
Rogue #12 (v3) : I wasn't a huge fan of this arc, but I did like delving into this area of Rogue's past and wouldn't mind seeing more Blindspot. She's got some issues.
 
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dano357 Says:
Rogue #11 (v3) : Yeah I just can't get over the art in this one. Polaris in particular looks terrible. Bobby looks like the 1960's "snowball" version of Iceman.
 
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Parn Says:
Avengers #219 (v1) : Hate her, hate her, hate her. Hate moondragon, but a little less as a villain.
 
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grayrender Says:
Marvel Fanfare #15a (v1) : That wad sad, sweet, and funny all at once. Despite the slapstick, I felt like the shaded pencils and muted colors really convey the horrible loneliness of Ben's existence.
 
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Magik_Rune Says:
Tomb of Dracula #39 (v1) : Well, that Aurora chick sure wants the D.
 
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Magik_Rune Says:
Tomb of Dracula #36 (v1) : So... A camera INSIDE a jet (why is there in the first place?) takes a photo of Drac, or tries to, AND fetches secret data from Scotland Yard at the same time? Pre-internet times? How does that even work?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Wolverine #23 (v2) : -Not sad to see the end of Tierra Verde.
 
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Kal Jenko Says:
Avengers West Coast #70 : Nice to see the return of Spider-Woman!
 
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Magik_Rune Says:
Marvel Preview #3 : That was nice. Really nice, actually. But I'm annoyed that the rules of vampirism transmission seem to just change all the time.
 
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ViolentPhlegm Says:
Ka-Zar #16 (v2) : What chance does a kid have when his parents name him Shartram?
 
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CrazyforRAMU Says:
Shanna the She-Devil #5 (v1) : Shanna's adventures conclude with a desultory catfight. Only one lucky lady can reign as queen of the stick-on swimsuit! Blerg.

I don't think the failure of Marvel's three female comics is hard to understand. It was noble of Roy Thomas to hand much of the initial creative work to women, but the finished books dropped right into a hole in the market. Too liberated for the lads and too cheesecakey for female readers. And all of them featured storytelling flaws (growing worse over time) that encouraged initially-curious readers of any gender to stop buying the books.
 
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marvej Says:
Fantastic Four #9 (v1) : The random lighting was really lame..
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
The Spectacular Spider-Man #144... : So everybody suddenly knows "Tama", and yet she's never seen again. That's just weird.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Avengers West Coast #74 : Villains in this arc are totally forgettable, but I was amused by the island-nation idea and the team departures / shake-up were badly needed, especially since it was starting to feel weird (and happy-face nostalgic) for the messed-up couples like Janet/Hank and Bobbi/Clint to be getting back together like nothing happened.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Spider-Man #12 : I thought it was a little odd that Wolverine's only initial motivation was "they're killing helpless animals!" The only time he's cared about that before was with more intelligent beasts like Wendigo and Hunter-in-Darkness, and the bear who was shot by poison arrows -- which he considered dangerous cheating. I suppose this issue establishes that he's also there as a thinly plausible favor to Alpha Flight? But as with many McFarlane explanations, it feels like hasty plot-asides slapped on top of whatever story he wants to draw.

Also, I'm not sure why Puck and Spider-Man get the "baby-faced cartoon smiley doll" treatment while others get the two remaining McFarlane caricatures for men: "grotesquely proportioned nose/chin/fat" (which always reminds me of Plympton or Miyazaki) or "grim shadowy menacing." The doll-faced smiles are the creepiest by far, and make Peter Parker look like he's a lecherous 10-year-old.
 
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