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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Captain America Comics #13g : Now what? They want to bore us to death with yet another teenager series, a paperboy, nothing less?! As if Terry Vance was not enough and Jimmy Jupiter were not enough!
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #190 (v1) : I'm in agreement with just about everything said above and don't have a lot to add. If it weren't for the sexist overtones, this actually wouldn't have been a bad story. Good that it's all rooted in the original Norse mythology, too, but it doesn't hold up in comic form today.

2 stars. If death is a woman, I think us guys are screwed....
 
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Drax Says:
Silver Surfer #37 (v3) : Not a fan of dumb Drax, but otherwise another stellar issue by Starlin and Lim.
 
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alendor Says:
Excalibur #7 (v1) : Excalibut continues to be one of my favourite comics right now partly thank to Alan Davis, but it's also wonderfully weird and funny. Inferno-the-event are also fairly good although its filled with so many awesome but weird things happening in NY, that the city has to be permanently marked by this event with overbooked psychiatric facilities.
 
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TStarnes Says:
Peter Parker, The Spectacular... : "I know I've told you this before, but let me fully describe my origin again and then you describe yours." ... ugh, bad writing loses a star.
 
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Nenriel Says:
Incredible Hulk #3 (v1) : So now Bruce is stuck as the Hulk day or night. But it's ok because Rick can mind-control him as long as he never sleeps again because...radiation is magic? And Ross hates the Hulk more than ever because....he defeated the Ringmaster? I think I need to stop thinking about these so much.
 
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CrazyforRAMU Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #100 (v1) : Count me in the camp that didn't feel cheated by an issue-long dream sequence. I appreciate the effort that Mr. Lee put into crafting a separate sort of self-doubt for each villain to throw at Spidey. (Admittedly he kind of ran out by the end and the Kingpin gets stuck expressing a generic fear of failure.)

I'd much rather take an extended plunge into a character's psyche than suffer through the sort of rehashed low-grade angst that gets tossed into so many early 70s titles to stretch out the page count. *cough cough Gerry Conway's Daredevil cough cough*
 
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glyph65 Says:
Defenders #30 (v1) : Seriously?
 
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metsguy Says:
Adventure into Fear #16 : "Place a tomato in the palm of your hand. Squeeze it -- slowly -- until the skin breaks and it bursts... and you will understand what the machine has done to the Man-Thing!"

That's how you lay down the purple prose!
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #189 (v1) : I thought this was a little predictable, too. But what else could have happened? Besides, I think Hela taking innocent lives may be a "breach of contract" if you will, and she has thus nullified any claim on Thor she might have. Just a guess, of course.

Other than that, I thought this was pretty good. It still managed to generated a level of suspense and that was just cool. And John Buscema's visuals always impress; Hela's eyes when she gazed on those two thugs was fun!

3 stars.
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #188 (v1) : Odin was really beside himself, wasn't he? I liked the Infinity reveal, but anytime things get restored to where they were before with memory of the conflict wiped, the story loses a star. Now knock it off, Stan!

Too bad. This arc really picked up steam as it went forward. I didn't mention this before, but the hand of Infinity grabbing and crushing planets made for some impressive visuals! After it's all said and done, that's about the only really good thing this arc had to offer.

3 stars. I'm getting the impression that Stan merely phoned in this ending. He kinda fizzled out the end of his Fantastic Four run. I think he really saved it all for his Spider-Man run. However, the cliffhanger here does look interesting.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Tales of Suspense #95a (v1) : Wait until you see what he does to Paris
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Tales of Suspense #95a (v1) : Rainy Grey Gargoyle #95 & 96
 
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skalchemist Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : Sorry Herb Trimpe, I don't think free fall works the way you think it does.
 
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Neskit Says:
Captain Britain #38 (v1) : Mind control... BORING!
 
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Peter Jason Quill Says:
Daring Mystery Comics #3f : All these random and stupid golden age heroes deserve one star ratings.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Tales of Suspense #94a (v1) : So does Titanium Man ever team up with Magneto & The Crimson Dynamo or is that just McCartney fan fiction?
 
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Neskit Says:
Human Fly #4 (v1) : This was dumb... The twist was a dumb twist.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Ghost Rider #70 (v2) : Dude, I was about to type the same thing. I absolutely love that movie, too! I think I got it at Amazon for $10.00... a great way to help support the site and get a good 45 minutes of entertainment is to buy the movie on Amazon through the link on the main page so Travis gets a little credit for it. Trust me, y'all won't be disappointed. I think it's still banned in some countries too.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Excalibur #35 (v1) : If I liked David Ross more, that might have made five stars.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Dazzler #16 (v1) : Reading Dazzler is like playing Final Fantasy X-2. It's fun, but I feel silly because it's meant for girls... but I think it's fun... like a guilty pleasure.
 
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sleepyarmistice Says:
Captain America #405a (v1) : Stories like this are why I love comics.
 
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Katryn Says:
Incredible Hulk #148 (v1) : I think that's the smartest the army have ever been in combating the Hulk. Knock Hulk over, then fire at him with a machine gun that fires tranquilizers that's mounted on a plane.
 
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Katryn Says:
Captain America #148 (v1) : All I could think while the Skull was saying how his sleeper robots kept getting beaten was the king of Swamp Castle and the number of castles he had to build to get one that didn't sink into the swamp.
 
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Katryn Says:
Captain America #147 (v1) : How many villains are there behind Hydra?!
 
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Katryn Says:
Captain America #146 (v1) : Why exactly does the Kingpin, sorry, the mystery villain, want Cap dead? From memory, they've never fought before.
 
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dano357 Says:
X-Treme X-Men #24 (v1) : I'm starting to think instead of X-treme X-Men they should have let Claremont reform the original New Mutants. His best two stories by far since X-treme X-Men started are this and the New Mutants X-Men Unlimited reunion. Somewhere along the way it's like he forgot what the X-Men characters are like, but give him any of the New Mutants and he hasn't missed a beat. Hopefully Sam being around gives this series a good kick going forward.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Avengers #50 (v1) : Can you imagine Gilbert Shelton doing a Marvel comic?

Fat Foggy's Cat would be great
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Thor #317 (v1) : Dianne was the best thing about this issue. They should just have named her Sally, the most badass astronaut ever.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Avengers #47 (v1) : I assumed Wasp just reflexively calls all of her chauffeurs "Charles"

Made me think of Edith Massey's relationship with her chauffeur Heinz in "Polyester"
 
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dano357 Says:
Exiles #24 (v2) : Tony Stark's aging Hitler look might be a bit too on the nose.
 
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skabeaters Says:
X-Men #66 (v1) : I don't understand how this was cancelled during a time when Silver Surfer, The Submariner and Nick Fury's titles were still running.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Super Soldiers #2 : This probably never needed to exist. But is was decent enough.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #29g : This artist is quite creative in the layout of the narrator boxes! Never thought I'd say this about creativity, but this time, it may be a little too much!
 
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chademe Says:
Captain America Comics #15d : And here I thought we were actually going to get a break from fighting Nazis.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Iron Man #167 (v1) : This might have been better if it weren't entirely predictable. Introduce a new love suddenly, just as a mysterious plot to destroy Tony comes along. Of course she was in on it.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Iron Man #166 (v1) : I find even the coming relapse manufactured and unrealistic. This is worse than some other books that got canceled.
 
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skabeaters Says:
Captain America #120 (v1) : Those who can't do - teach, those who can't teach - teach gym. Captain Billy Madison at his best.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Iron Man #165 (v1) : So, so bad.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Iron Man #164 (v1) : These are just so....bad.
 
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