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Katryn Says:
Sub-Mariner #54a (v1) : I can't say I'm that surprised Dragon Lord wrapped up that easily, he was, after all, just a crazy blind guy. He really didn't stand a chance against Namor, let alone Namor and Sunfire. But how old was that sailor Nita is crushing on? He looks about 14!
 
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Katryn Says:
Sub-Mariner #53 (v1) : So...Dragon Lord is or isn't a mutant? So far, he's just a blind guy. And Sunfire pretty much just changed sides because someone new started giving him orders. They're not doing him any favours in these couple of issues, and I've generally liked him.
 
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grayrender Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #7a : Solid plottinf, terrible dialogue.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #129 (v1) : - Never was that big of a fan of The Punisher, even though there was a time I really liked Mack Bolan books (that was a completely different person). The Garth Ennis run was fun. I remember hating the Mike Baron/Krause Janson years.
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JonahBlack Says:
X-Men #30 (v1) : The art and pacing are a slight improvement over the previous issue.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
X-Men #30 (v1) : The art and pacing are a slight improvement over the previous issue.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Alpha Flight #3b (v1) : This just turned a bit on the creepy side, eh?
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Alpha Flight #2b (v1) : Vindicator is the Canadian Iron Man?
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Alpha Flight #4 (v1) : 4th issue in, and Alpha Flight loses a member, and I don't know why I should care. Good story and crossover though
 
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spencer617 Says:
Solo Avengers #4b : Generally speaking, I'm not a big fan of Black Knight or Doctor Druid either, but this one really appealed to me for some reason.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #260 (v1) : It's not every day you see Ben and Johnny get their asses handed to them. Epic fights and mass destruction, not to mention the phenomenal storyline make this a 5 star issue.
 
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Katryn Says:
Sub-Mariner #52 (v1) : Everyone is very angry in this one. Except the guys on the ship, it was nice to see them actually acknowledge that Namor saved them.
 
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Durango55 Says:
Ghost Rider #16 (v2) : "Day Of The Dolphin" and "Jaws" homages... neither works.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #259 (v1) : Susan Storm: one BAMF!
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #210 (v1) : Pretty amazing that the trolls could just cart Thor off like that without waking him. The guy must've been pretty sleepy!

This time, the Rock Trolls rocked! Solid plan, executed brilliantly in spite of the queen's interference. Kinda cool to see Thor diving in to the fire after his hammer with most of the 60 seconds already elapsed. Now that's a cliffhanger! Other than that, Thor and Ulik went at it the way we expect two bitter enemies to go. Thor should know by now that his foes will resort to trickery anymore to beat him.

4 stars; the cliffhanger just nudging it into 4-star territory. Suddenly this super-long stretch of Thor doesn't seem as arduous.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Fantastic Four #292 (v1) : This was an interesting arc until the very end. Dumb way out of the story.
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #209 (v1) : Well, better to go full cracker than half cracker. We commenters of the Order never go half cracker! Especially now. Get ready and hold your breath; here comes another Thor wild ride.....longest one yet!

Not sure why Thor ventured to Merrie Olde England, but I guess he had to start somewhere to look for Sif. But too bad it's awhile before we see Demon Druid again. He made it look effortless against Thor, and without a deus-ex-Odin-a to bail out the thunder god's chips, it would've been interesting to see how Thor would've gotten out of this one. Now, I understand Thor probably isn't easy to write, but for one of Marvel's most powerful heroes, I've noticed he doesn't finish a lot of fights.

2 stars. It might've been more fun if Vizier were simply invisible in the pub instead of altering his appearance. Imagine all the looks Blake would've gotten: "Blimey, better make that your last pint, guv!"
 
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JWC Says:
Daredevil #269 (v1) : 🎶Maybe tomorrow, I'll want to settle down.
Until tomorrow, I'll just keep moving on.🎶

 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Alpha Flight #3a (v1) : While still decent, Byrne's not doing a great job of developing this team into something I'll care about in the future. They're just a nationalized super-hero team.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #320 (v1) : -Sliver Sable stories usually end up being pretty boring.
-MacEf sure does enjoy drawing females in form fitting attire--not that I'm complaining...
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Alpha Flight #2a (v1) : @Bill... you put my feelings more succinctly than I could have. It may take a season or two to really get into the show, but there's no previous seasons available to binge watch to catch up.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
The Punisher #22 (v2) : Hey, that's an AWESOME title! But maybe I'm a little too into the 80s...
 
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Neskit Says:
Human Fly #16 (v1) : This is coming off a LONG crap run of Tarzan (And i loved the Tarzan stuff prior to this) so anything is going to seem like gold.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
The Punisher #23 (v2) : -Pretty much by the numbers. The art is just right for this mag though, so I'm rounding up.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
The Punisher #22 (v2) : -Much better than I expected based on that ridiculous title.
 
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Neskit Says:
Tarzan #20 : This arc has been going on for WAY to long without anything really happening.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
The Thing #4 (v1) : This is by far much better than Two-In-One.
 
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philvt101 Says:
Tales of Suspense #62b (v1) : Cap sure is gullible.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Incredible Hulk #172 (v1) : - Is anyone else shipping Armbruster & Corbeau (ArmBreau)? I already have titles for some of their erotic fan fiction "This is Not a Pipe" , "On the Dean's List" , "Can You Follow Orders" and "Oh"

- Is Englehardt off of Hulk now? That's a shame, his run has been the best so far

- What happened to the Rhino & Abomination? Escape? Imprisoned somewhere completely different?

- Dumb Magician! Even Hulk thinks Dr. Strange is a douche.

 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
The Thing #3 (v1) : This makes me wonder... was Lockjaw a "normal" human that was exposed to the terrigen mist?
 
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Deadpool7850 Says:
U.S.A. Comics #1c : Seeing Hitler getting spanked made this 3-Stars from me.
 
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Deadpool7850 Says:
U.S.A. Comics #1b : A bit silly.. but an ok story.
 
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Deadpool7850 Says:
U.S.A. Comics #1a : That was.. a bit wrong.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
X-Men #29 (v1) : That was just awful. From nobody believing Bobby that he'd been attacked, besides the fact that it happens *all the time*, to Professor Xavier saying 'I must not interfere' and then immediately interfering, to...whatever the Adaptoid's plan was. The writing was awful, the pacing was awful, the art was, well not awful, but not good.
 
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Katryn Says:
Doc Savage #2 (v1) : Where did the Son of the Feathered Serpent get the money for his fancy weapons from if not the city's gold stockpile? In which case, why did he need to kill Doc Savage? He could have just gradually stolen it.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Incredible Hulk #171 (v1) : - can someone please explain the Marvel obsession with making black people say, " weeeoh," "ooohweee" or any other variation?

- Not a good showing by Herb Trimpe

- I've also decided I don't like The Abomination, uninteresting and not really a challenge for Hulk

- Now Playing "Sweet Escape" Gwen Stefani w/ Akon
 
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Katryn Says:
Doc Savage #1 (v1) : That is not a sword cane! It's a switch blade cane! It's hardly more than a pointy stick.
 
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Russ Says:
Night Nurse #2 : I was very pleasantly surprised at how well this story was done. Strangely compelling plot, even if it was a little predictable and telegraphed after a few pages. It might've been even better if drawn out over a couple or three issues, but overall a nice job. I haven't read a bio on Jean Thomas (Roy's wife at the time, I believe) but has she seen some time in the medical field prior to writing this?

Also pretty cool to see continued character development and a carryover of a plot thread from the previous issue, to keep continuity flowing, but I'd like to see the nurses in more situations where husband-hunting or social status isn't such a focus.

3 stars, and thanks to @dadoodoflow's comment, I'll never be able to get "Helloooooo Nurse!" out of my head every time I read this book!
 
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ronano Says:
Fantastic Four #118b (v1) : I don't usually like "what it" stories but I thought this was excellent. The twist had a real Twilight Zone feel to it and I especially like that it fitted into the main story. Really well crafted.
 
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Vancelot Says:
New Mutants #19 (v1) : Rahne looks pretty awesome.
 
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