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dano357 Says:
Rogue #1 (v3) : These covers are the closest thing we're going to get to Anna Paquin in Rogue's classic uniform.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Power Pack #3 (v1) : Oh cool, we have another Antman type being. And by oh cool, oh boy. And I mean that sarcastically.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #6c (v1) : Even in order it's a mess
 
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CrazyforRAMU Says:
Tales to Astonish #48 (v1) : Watching the 60s Bullpen try to write a flirtatious adventuring partnership is just painful. It's like these dudes are studying third-hand reports of 40s screwball comedies and coming to all the wrong conclusions about what makes romantic chemistry work.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Captain America #360a (v1) : -"Snakes. Why did it hafta be snakes?"
 
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Durango55 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #163 (v1) : Kingpin tells Spider-Man he wants "the pleasure of finishing you with my bare hands."

This issue needs a parental advisory.
 
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MrGeekBoi Says:
Incredible Hulk #347 (v1) : I like the build-up to The Hulk reveal. One would think that Hulk-as-mob enforcer would be a strained plotline but the way David handles it makes all the difference. In a lesser writer's hands it would have fallen flat.
 
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skalchemist Says:
The Knights of Pendragon #3 (v2) : It feels like Abnett and Tomlinson are just phoning this in.
 
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CrazyforRAMU Says:
Tales of Suspense #46 (v1) : I found Tony Stark lying to Vanko to be lame not because I hold the character to a high moral standard but because the writers burned a *lot* of previous panels making it clear Comrade K *did* intend to kill Vanko. So why make it a lie? This story is already pretty bad on the "technology works like magic" front - why not just have Tony intercept a genuine "ve must keel Vanko" transmission?
 
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Russ Says:
Strange Tales #170 (v1) : Sounds good, @TheAmazingGatorMan. Guess this round is on you, mon!

This wasn't a bad outing, but very predictable; you could smell the ending coming a mile away. Although it was cool to see those snakes turn against Damballah, this didn't really offer much.

But yeah, privacy is going to be a problem with Daniel's spirit hanging around. If Jericho ever gets married, it could complicate the honeymoon. And I think I'll just move on from the subject now.

2 stars.
 
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HeffElf Says:
Warlock #8 (v1) : Not gonna miss ya, space Jesus. I hear Starlin makes things better, here's hoping so. Glad we get a break from this for a while.
 
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dano357 Says:
Uncanny X-Men #451 (v1) : Very solid introduction to the larger "X-Universe" for X-23.
 
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dano357 Says:
Uncanny X-Men #450 (v1) : Having Alan David & Chris Claremont together seems to be a 1+1=3 situation. Lots of little rewards in the nightclub for longtime fans.

First Storm, now Kurt's putting the moves on Rachel. Can't blame him, he's got excellent taste but those are some powerful ladies to play games with, he better be careful. I wouldn't mind him being with either one, but I think I like Rachel better for him.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Avengers #43 (v1) : I was going to give this one four stars but I had to give it the Brushov.
 
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CrazyforRAMU Says:
Amazing Adventures #14 (v2) : While it's satisfying to see Linda buck narrative expectations and let Hank twist in the wind when he needs an alibi, it's also bad spycraft. Covering for him would give her leverage to use to extract secrets later. ... I'm expecting too much from a 1972 comic, aren't I?

While I liked that twist and several other bits of the plot, there were too many "buts" - Quasimodo outta nowhere, that great Iron Man scene ending up pointless, endless rubber mask hijinx, too many cringe-worthy Beast drawings - that made it impossible for me to call this an entertaining comic. The title remains promising but flawed in my eyes.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Power Pack #2 (v1) : This would have made a decent cartoon. I almost get a Thundercats vibe by reading it.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Power Pack #1 (v1) : This is going to be childish, I can already tell. Even so, I was oddly entertained.
 
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MrGeekBoi Says:
Excalibur #2 (v1) : As I noted before the warwolves are reminiscent of Hellblazer and now so is this opening. Good second issue to really start the series going. Loved the humor.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Fantastic Four #64 (v1) : After a run of sub-par Daredevil issues, hitting this is like whiplash.
 
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d00dar Says:
The Spectacular Spider-Man #253... : I love these DeMatteis/Ross issues.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Tales of Suspense #99a (v1) : Argh! The timeline of this arc makes no sense! Stuff that should take forever takes no time (Morgan getting from the ship to stark industries; Sitwell getting to the airport and to the boat), and stuff that should take no time takes forever (Whiplash vs the illusions). Sitwell should have arrived to find the ship sunk, and Iron Man gone, or dead.

Still, Sitwell is awesome, and I liked the arrival of AIM, even if it was a bit deus ex machina.
 
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MrGeekBoi Says:
Excalibur #1 (v1) : The warwolves are somewhat reminiscent of something you might find in an issue of Hellblazer. It works well with the London setting.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Daredevil #32 (v1) : I gave it two stars because they didn't cop out and just run a couple of pages of black panels since no one could see.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Tales of Suspense #98b (v1) : This issue lacks the charm and flow of the last one, and just feels like filler. I mean, it essentially ends exactly where it started.

1 Star
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Tales of Suspense #97a (v1) : I'm very tempted to give this a one. Sitwell's plan was interesting, but went nowhere. The timeline of Morgan's arrival makes no sense (were the all just standing around picking their noses for an hour?), and while whiplash isn't necessarily a terrible idea for a villain, he's definitely a terrible idea for an Iron Man villain.

The only thing is, this book manages to be more than the sum of its parts. The pacing is good, and the plot flows smoothly from one part to the next. For all the stupidity, I found myself generally interested in where it was going.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Daredevil #31 (v1) : I was going to give this one a third star but the scene of Karen crying like she was in an issue of Romantic Love or Sweetheart Tragedy took away a star.

Good twist at the end, though.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Daredevil #29 (v1) : I gave it two stars but...it would have been better without the Mike Murdock baloney.

Also: WHY DOES DD WEAR HIS SUNGLASSES UNDER HIS MASK???
 
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VenomousIntent Says:
Thor #222 (v1) : I love how Thor and Hercules go into ultimate bro mode when they are together. It's hilarious.
 
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Urgat Says:
X-Men #40a (v1) : TIL: An X-Men comic can be Solo-Torch-Level-Bad...
never imagined that before...
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #18 Annual : The likelihood of an age long war between two alien races be decided upon 2 combatants is as likely as me winning the lottery. I guess I should go out and play tonight!
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Daredevil #28 (v1) : One star and that only deserved for Gene Colan. Why take the minerals from an inhabited planet when there are, I dunno, hundreds of times more of those very same minerals in asteroids or uninhabited planets? Bad SF. No doughnut.
 
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Urgat Says:
X-Men #40a (v1) : at least the reason why it goes into re-runs gets more clear as the Issues get worse...
 
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Urgat Says:
X-Men #40a (v1) : I think freezing the barrels (or other objects in midflight) makes them heavier and thus they lose momentum changing there trajectory. They fall down earlier not reaching the x-men or other targets...
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Tales to Astonish #92b (v1) : Art...good. Story...mediocre. 2 stars.
 
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MrGeekBoi Says:
Nick Fury vs SHIELD #6 : Tons of Illuminati (not the meeting of Reed Richards, Tony Stark et. al) in here. There's been plenty of Illuminati stuff sprinkled throughout Marvel but the Delta stuff, all the triangle imagery, the plan to pull an Invasion of the Body Snatchers deal on people...so much Illuminati!
 
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grayrender Says:
Alpha Flight #1 (v1) : The SI was adopted in Canada in the 70's and the story was was published in 1982 and took place a few years earlier than that.
 
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Katryn Says:
Daredevil #103 (v1) : I thought Spidey had also worked out that DD was Matt. I guess it didn't come up in this one regardless.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Captain America #359a (v1) : -it's Washington DC Rogers and the Temple of Doom...er...I mean Agent 1776 in Thunderball.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Captain America #358a (v1) : -Where the hell did Cap get all these minions so suddenly? And where is Kevin?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Captain America #357b (v1) : -"I've been trying
There's no denying.
It's sending me
Out of my mind."
 
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