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Redsvetz Says:
Avengers Spotlight #21a : -I feel stupider for having read this, but I did like the title. America FTW!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Solo Avengers #20a : -To say this is insipid would be a compliment.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Solo Avengers #19a : -Plantman? Yuck!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #319 (v1) : -Wha?! Did they run out of pages or sumpin?
 
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youngnastyman88 Says:
Frankenstein #2 : @TheAmazingGatorMan
Frankenstein is a favorite of mine and so far this is a pretty decent retelling. I love The Monster because he is more of a reflection of how society treated him.
 
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duncanm Says:
Incredible Hulk #197 (v1) : Hulk comes up with the best alternative names for characters. On the Marvel wiki, along with "Real Name" and "Current Alias" they should add "What Hulk Calls Them".
Yeah, Betty has always been such a flake, but I blame General Ross. Daddy definitely never gave her enough attention.
I liked that Banner actually knocked the pirate captain on hisa**by himself, rather than waiting for the Hulk to do it. He's come quite a ways since we first met him.
As awesome at it was to see the Hulk create the lizard ball, from the looks of it, that snake was, conservatively, a hundred feet long. That's ridiculous. lol
 
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duncanm Says:
Incredible Hulk #196 (v1) : The rocket thing isn't really an issue. They say at the beginning that they are testing the pilot operated rocket for the first time the next day, and it's not like they stop off at the gas station to fill it up with petrol. As for Blonsky flying it, he was a Russian spy that infiltrated the US Air Force to steal their secrets, so he would have to be smart enough to understand them, and it would make sense that they would set up the controls for the rocket similar to an Air Force jet, since astronauts are chosen from the AF.
I love that Ross is so indignant that people are going to blame him for this, as if this isn't like the fifth time he's employed a villain to stop the Hulk, only to need the Hulk to stop the villain to save their asses. Also, if the first panel is showing footage from the camera in Abomination's head, then how come we can see Abomination in the shot?
Again, we see that Hulk can survive in space (or at least low orbit) without air, but he is constantly beaten by gas.
Given the technology of the time, I would love to know how they had planned to get that moon buggy into space. Then again, being the Marvel U, they could probably just get Reed Richards to whip something up. Or Tony Stark. Heck, maybe Henry Pym could shrink it to the size of a pea for the trip.
 
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duncanm Says:
Incredible Hulk #195 (v1) : Jeezuz, that was unnecessarily sad at the end. And to make it even worse, we never see Ricky again, so the last we see of this orphan he is who-knows-how-many miles away from his home, all alone at a now wrecked amusement park with nothing but the clothes on his back. Best case scenario, that cop arrests him for stealing his gun and attempted murder and he spends the rest of his childhood in juvie with a roof over his head and 3 square meals. Worst case... *shudder*
Hulk was rampaging through this park for over an hour, but they were still letting people go on rides? The couple in the Tunnel of Horrors didn't even seem to realize that anything was going on.
Okay, new item for the list of normal things that Marvel's bullpen do not understand how they work: Mirrors. How the hell do you not know how mirrors work?! Yes, sure, Abomination's image could be reflecting off of all of those mirrors, but please explain why none of the mirrors are showing the Hulk! Was there a Dracula crossover I missed?
I can't put my finger on it, but Abomination's model just seems a little off to me. Anyone else feeling that too?
 
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Vancelot Says:
US 1 #5 : I'm glad I'm skipping these.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Moon Knight #32a (v1) : That was a pretty lackluster 2nd part.
 
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StrictSnow Says:
Strange Tales #144a (v1) : I... Eggs? What.
 
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Ice Says:
The Human Torch #3a : The super-spanking and the thing with Herr Hiccup's mustache were weird enough to be interesting, but I have to say, the Torch comics do NOT get better when they get longer. This seemed like it could have been told in...ten pages. Maybe eight.
 
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Ice Says:
The Human Torch #2a : I said this before (it feels like a long time ago, when Namor's story in this issue popped up. I guess that's the nature of the order.) but, I love Torch and Toro's flame hair on this cover.

I don't actually know the timing, but Toro, "The fire-eating boy" from the circus must be in response to Dick Grayson's pre-Robin high flying family circus acrobatics, right? If not, it's a great coincidence.

I really like the dialogue to sound effect transition on the train. "Look! We're gonna..." CRASH! That's a nice example of using the comics medium to do something you can't quite do in another kind of story.
 
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Ice Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #15e : Second issue in a row where the Vision appears in tobacco smoke. Last time, from the doctor's pipe. This time, in Linda's cigarette smoke. Golden Age Vizh would be severally hampered in today's relatively tobacco smoke light America.

There's something so wonderfully tasteless about the bad guys using a "Buddha Signal".

I still like the character, but these Vision stories are getting steadily less interesting. Kirby's talents are wasted on "Too bad you weren't in the back room when the Vision cleaned up your mob." style action cop outs. Hopefully that trend doesn't continue.
 
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Ice Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #14g : I can tell I've been reading a lot of stories with generic Nazis and mobsters when I see one dimensional random toad people and think "Finally!"
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Thor #195 (v1) : - I can't handle Sif being written as such a soft sister
- Conway's dialogue is terrible in this issue
- Odin's gang of Elder Gods (Cocoon III!) really needs Cadavus, Monarch of the Murder Chair as a member
 
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Ice Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #14e : Hmm. I'm having a hard time judging this one. On the Pro side, I'm still fascinated by the Vision character, the Simon/Kirby pair makes for a (mostly) engaging, dark story, and this is the first appearance of werewolves! On the other hand, this one has one of those infuriating "oops, we ran out of room" anticlimactic Golden Age endings.

I still think I'm going to give it 4 stars, based on it being so very different from your average story at this point in the order.
 
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Ice Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #19b : "Drat it! Everything happens to me!"
Aww, poor Namor. Can't he just kidnap people and force them into slave marriage without everything happening to him?

Suffering shad! That Toja-tross is...just so perfectly goofy.
 
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Ice Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #18b : We leave the Torch and return to...the really dark story of Namor's imprisoned human slaves.

Betty Dean Goes To War is a pretty great idea, though. And, I love that she and her team totally spank the Atlanteans.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #318 (v1) : -How bout dat MJ? Hubba hubba!
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #93 : The way Ultron was defeated seemed like a cop out at first... but the more I think about it, it's pretty genius!
 
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Ice Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #17a : Right from the moment I heard about a scheme to dig a tunnel under the Bering Strait, I thought it was...not a foolproof plan. If the Axis Powers dug a secret tunnel from Siberia to Alaska, they'd still have to trek through thousands of miles of Alaskan and Canadian wilderness before they could be any kind of real danger to the continental US. I feel like they haven't worked that dastardly plan all the way through.

I like Namor and Torch teaming up. It's fun to see, but they're both so overpowered when dealing with regular old humans already that to see them on the same side makes for some incredibly lopsided action scenes against the Nazis.
 
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Russ Says:
Marvel Spotlight #7 (v1) : I think this is slowly getting better, but it still has a long way to go before it becomes the character we know. I still don't buy the fact that Crash is that willing to sacrifice his daughter for a few years of life, and his ordering the removal of her clothing before being chained to that altar is kind of an "ewww" moment to me.

And yeah, I thought Johnny "praising the Lord" after selling his soul to the Devil for those powers was pretty funny. Think he was changing allegiances after having his head catch fire?

2 stars. I'm going to pay more attention to this series, just to see if any cops can actually catch Ghost Rider.
 
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mirage2101 Says:
Fantastic Four #151 (v1) : This one has got me a bit nostalgic. It's the first (oldest) issue I recognize that I read in dutch. Even back then it was just an ok issue. With Ben moping and the over the top man/woman thing. But it's fun to see it again.
 
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mizak23 Says:
Tomb of Dracula #66 (v1) : How come Dracula keeps meeting people who won't shut the hell up?
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #333 (v1) : -Just...not really very good. At all. How the mighty have fallen.
 
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phogbear Says:
Iron Fist #15 (v1) : Nice to see it go out with side of Potato Salad! Sad this comic get canceled when I know the next comic in the order is 3D Man. It was one of the best comics at Marvel during 76/77.
 
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AndyBates Says:
Tales to Astonish #30e (v1) : It's just cheesy enough that it tickled my fancy. Three stars!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #332 (v1) : -Sue v. Crystal was cool--too bad it was a sham!
-I appreciated the info above...I had no idea.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #331 (v1) : -Knowing this is another dream issue is a Fantastitax on my nerves.
-These really should all be in a row so we can get em over with.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Excalibur #13 (v1) : -"The Lads" were the best thing about this book.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Excalibur #12 (v1) : -More great art from Davis, but I had trouble connecting with this one.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Speedball #10 : -This issue succeeds in painting Robbie as an absolute creep--murdering all those innocent animals. Surely there was a more benign solution.
-Thank you Marvel, for another abysmal run of comics. See you in hell, Ditko. I used to really enjoy your stuff...
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Fantastic Four #330 (v1) : -The fact that they told you this was all a dream going in made this eminently skimmable.
-Perhaps the Dreaded Deadline of Doom necessitated this piece of tripe?
-I'll round up to 2 stars on the basis of the cover--it's cool...kinda.
 
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dpaone Says:
Wolverine #141 (v2) : I'm not sure what the point was with the one shot Jubilee and Wolverine tale was...
 
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AwesomeSauce Says:
Tales to Astonish #30e (v1) : Oh tales to astonish, you always fail to astonish
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #92 : Ultron!!!!!!!!!

I feel so bad for Jocasta.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #91 : Sphinx has really powered down since the last time we saw him.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Sensational She-Hulk #25 : "My hammer doth throb" indeed. I like the way Hitch more accurately does the...er...anatomy...of Hercules in this. It's subtle but on point.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #344 (v1) : Masks that cover the lips but allow the mouth to open and express emotion creep the heck out of me.
 
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