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drfaustus13 Says:
Iron Man #72 (v1) : Wait, who randomly attacks the Black Lama at the end and sets them on fire? It looked like the Melter, but the hat was totally different, and made utterly no sense.

This comic was terrible! I'd have given it two stars maybe if it wasn't for the utterly confusing ending.
 
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Alex Daily Says:
Sensational She-Hulk #22 : I've accused previous issues of being "too Gerber," but I think this issue proves there's nothing inherently wrong with the idea of Steve Gerber writing She-Hulk -- once he lets go of having to hamfistedly pastiche something, he writes a perfectly solid, competent She-Hulk comic, even if it's still not what I want out of the book.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Tales to Astonish #62b (v1) : RIck probably figured it out as the Hulk often changed back to Bruce whenever he calmed down when he was with him, but I'm only speculating.

As for Marvel Annual, it is a series of reprints, which is probably easier to find then the original stories.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Tales to Astonish #62b (v1) : If he called her Betty Cooper, we'd be in big trouble!!
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Tales to Astonish #60b (v1) : That is really not how Ditko draws, period. He never draws women like this and this Hulk has nothing to do with what he did in the first series, or even what we'll see a bit later on. For now, his face is too human. I'm quite convinced that a good part of the job was left to the inker who desacrated Ditko's pencils. Just sayin'...
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Avengers #266 (v1) : Maybe if Earth were destroyed the Surfer would still be chained to the same area of space formerly occupied by Earth, just floating around with the debris...
 
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grayrender Says:
Peter Parker, The Spectacular... : Ah, good old Stegron. Thanks for reminding me that ASM wasn't much good at this time either.
 
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grayrender Says:
Peter Parker, The Spectacular... : Why not? It's already a B-list title.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Uncanny X-Men #203 (v1) : This comment is better than all of Secret Wars II.
 
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qwybie Says:
Tales to Astonish #47 (v1) : This is sorta weird Marvel. The art and moment to moment action feel more like impressionism than the Kirby style. I like the idea, but I don't think it works for the story, which is just a standard silver-age hypno yarn.

2 stars for Korr though. I miss Korr.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Tales of Suspense #60a (v1) : I think that at this point, it has become very clear that anytime a villain shows some kind of moral ambiguity, chances are they are going to reform eventually, like the sub-plot with Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, or even Sub-Mariner, or Wonder Man. I really like that Stan now takes the time to think these plots far ahead and set some ground for these new heroes.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Avengers #265 (v1) : I have read this before and it's because I bought it new. Sad.
 
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Russ Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #9b : I know Bob likes those lively dates, but that was a little ridiculous! That was about the most interesting thing that's happened in this series since it first started.

2 stars. Time for the Tiger to give up the Sons for adoption!
 
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VenomousIntent Says:
Werewolf by Night #16 (v1) : I really enjoyed the art in this issue, but the story made absolutely no sense. This could have been a really great story if there was an actual plot of some kind.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
New Mutants #37 (v1) : Graded on the Beyonder curve, this is like an 8 star issue.
 
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Russ Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #9a : Hitting himself with a rock to make an impression on some kid? Who knew Shang-Chi had a sense of humor? I like it.

3 stars. @TheAmazingGatorMan: so, did you win $5000 or a trip to Tahiti?
 
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Russ Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #8b : Decent enough fight sequences, but the overall plot is running on a treadmill at this point. The oath is still cheesy and stoppable by any self-respecting bad guy but never is.

2 stars.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #273 (v1) : Puma is one of those people that feels the need to slip how wealthy they are into every conversation.
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Captain America #144 (v1) : Okay, all sorts of dubious behaviour in this one. Spying, racism, sexism, wrong-thinking. This is a comic book featuring socially delayed adults doing life things poorly.
 
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Russ Says:
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #8a : I'm finding it hard to believe that Shang-Chi could make friends with a serial killer, never mind the circumstances that led the guy to become one. Besides, what was he going to do with him once he befriended him? Turn him in?

2 stars. Pretty bleak story. It had some potential but it could've been executed better.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Wolverine #10 (v2) : Was this the first big exploration of Logan's backstory? I think so.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Power Pack #46 (v1) : Certainly a sillier punisher than I'm used to seeing
 
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Avshy933 Says:
Strange Tales #104 (v1) : "We've recovered the loot from the bank robbery! It was hidden under the seat of pete's truck!" - You mean the truck the torch bombarded with fireballls on page 11 panel 1?
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #19 (v1) : >But at the end, wasn't he in a plane leaving with Reed and Ben..?!? Did Reed just drop him off in the middle of the city or something..?!?

Reed probably took them back to Baxter Building, then the Torch got on his way home to Glenville.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
X-Factor #1 (v1) : We will defuse the mutant hysteria by adding to it! Brilliant!
 
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phogbear Says:
Hawkeye #3 (v1) : Oddball has a lot more appearances than I thought he would have. I was sure these would be his only appearances.
 
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mormegil4 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #57 (v1) : 4 stars for Zabu in a taxi and for JJJ plans being hilariously thwarted.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Defenders #152 (v1) : They are really stretching the SW tie-in factor credibility here.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Fantastic Four #286 (v1) : If the technology is so advanced, how does Reed know what it is? Shouldn't everyone assume it's a paperweight?
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Avengers #263 (v1) : Herc and Namor should just compromise and share the bedroom already.
 
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Ice Says:
Journey into Mystery #40f (v1) : A little thin on the story side, but I like the irony.
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Daredevil #217 (v1) : Wowed by Windsor-Smith. Mesmerized by Mazzucchelli.
 
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Durango55 Says:
Ms. Marvel #19 (v1) : I like the subtle, uncredited reference to X-Men #111 on the first page.
 
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phogbear Says:
Hawkeye #2 (v1) : Extra star for that last panel.
 
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philvt101 Says:
Jann of the Jungle #12c : How long did they keep printing the same damn stories over and over and over between Jann and Lorna?
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Ka-Zar #2b (v1) : Hmmm... I always find it interesting when my opinion is so different from the other commenters. I really disliked this story. Between the art, the dialogue, and the pacing, it just seemed like an early 60's story. Only the death of WWJr gave this the second star, as that was very unexpeted.

This might all be colored by the fact that I dislike characters who's only power is flight...
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Secret Wars II #7 : Secret Wars my friends, it's the arc that never ends,
Your OCD makes you attend, come and read, come and read!
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Thor #354 (v1) : I thought this was Hela good.
 
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Johnny71181 Says:
Thor #354 (v1) : While I can’t argue with your reasoning, I loved the idea/joke of “Tales of Midgard” to handle the more mundane plot point.
 
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phogbear Says:
Marvel Super Special #10 : I have other questions...

1. Where did they get the materials to build it? The Empire ravaged hundreds of worlds to build the Death Star.

2. How do you get around inside it? You would die before you got half way.

3. What about communication? Even with something like fiber optics, its going to take a long time to travel the length of the ship.

4. It would be mostly an empty ship. Two billion people is no where near enough to fill it up. Even the current population of Earth (7-8 billion) wouldn't fill it.

The was the weakest of the Star Lord stories. I don't think color added anything to the story. I miss the black and white art.

Ship is really creeping me out.
 
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