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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Defenders #139 (v1) : Valk defeated the trolls way too easily, especially after the struggle with them in the beginning. I don't buy the "I was worried about my friends" bit.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #410b (v1) : -Volstaag: Champion of Page Filler!
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #409b (v1) : -Seems like we've seen a very similar tale before.
-Uroc reminds me of Hellboy.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #410a (v1) : -Mallet Mayhem was overcome way too easily.
 
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illcom94 Says:
Ka-Zar the Savage #19a : I really like the way they drew Kraven on the last panel.
 
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bill_the_cat Says:
Thor #353 (v1) : The finale made the arc so worthwhile. The writing on this arc was a higher level than almost everything in the order up to this point.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Hero #1 : I like the setup for a post-death fantasy journey, but did the cause of death have to be the most implausible attempted bombing imaginable? "Yeah, we'll just get a bomb delivered... right to the United Nations!
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Tales of Suspense #94a (v1) : Iron Man is almost undone because he forgot to pack a travel power adapter...
 
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sleepyarmistice Says:
Excalibur #69 (v1) : Boy, Excalibur has really gone downhill fast.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Defenders #138 (v1) : That almost looked like Mantis at the end.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #339 (v1) : A global poison which actually turns out to be a paraquat-style "cure" for cocaine use, then actually turns out to also be a rapid ozone-layer depleter? That's a lot to swallow. Plus Mary Jane is rescued from her celebrity stalker by... a second celebrity stalker? None of this would be that weird to run across in an issue -- mad science, coincidence, the charm of Mary Jane even as a fledgling soap star -- but all at once in the final act of a short arc starts to make my suspension of disbelief feel stretched out and saggy.
 
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metasynthie Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #336 (v1) : Wow, Vulture causes Lubensky's death without any nod to the fact that Lubensky was one of Toomes only friends, about a hundred issues or so back. I'd like to believe that this is why Aunt May and Lubensky aren't facing the Vulture, so he doesn't realize who they are? But it seems more like forgetfulness. In any case, maybe enough people noticed this at the time that there'll be a follow up where Toomes discovers what he's done.
 
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grayrender Says:
Incredible Hulk #285 (v1) : That was weak overall, but the exchange between Rick and Bereet was the worst.
 
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d00dar Says:
Cable #52 (v1) : Does the author really expect me to feel sympathy with this nazi? And Cable gets all "was it worth it?". Unbelievable.
 
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Katryn Says:
Marvel Team-Up #12 (v1) : If you're looking to get away, why is swapping to Spider-Man your first thought when you get there? I appreciate saving taxi fare, but surely Robbie would have taken care of him for that, even if old JJJ wouldn't.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Thor #251 (v1) : Wow, that was just a quality comic, from start to finish. Great storytelling, dripping with Asgardian atmosphere. Valhalla was awesome, no cliche ending. I haven't read a lot of Thor, but this might be the best issue I've read yet.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Tales of Suspense #92a (v1) : False advertising: He's got way more than half a face.
 
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edrlima Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #136 (v1) : How spider-man deduced that the explosion was caused by the green goblin ?
 
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phogbear Says:
Thor #267 (v1) : A parking garage!! That's worth a star there.

I haven't missed Don Blake, wish they would just drop him. What's the point of Blake?
 
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MrGeekBoi Says:
Nick Fury vs SHIELD #5 : Wow, the ascension scene were simultaneously creepy and stirring.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Defenders #137 (v1) : I want to know what the wicked Wizard of the Mideast saw in Valk and Moonie.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Defenders #136 (v1) : This must happen before Cloud joins Soldier... errr.. before he becomes a Shinra soldier.
 
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dano357 Says:
Cable and Deadpool #9 : Deadpool has Iceman pegged, hmmmm....

I am very impressed they are doing this important of a storyline in a 4-issue arc within one book, and that it's a Deadpool and Cable book. I feel like in the mid 90's this would have been a 4 book 16 issue bloated crossover. But this is great. A lot more than I expected from Nicieza.
 
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Drax Says:
Master of Kung Fu: Bleeding Black... : Standard Shang-Chi yawn. Although, you really got to wonder who was clamoring for such a thing at the time. Possibly just Doug Moench.
 
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111110111 Says:
Avengers #47 (v3) : So she forgives her rapist?
 
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aliensummer Says:
Marvel Spotlight #18 (v1) : Gene Colan is perfect for this title! It's a shame he didn't stay on it longer.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Tales to Astonish #92a (v1) : From the writing about IT, you can see there's some influence from Theodore Sturgeon's "It" or Hillman Publications "The Heap" (from Airboy Comics)
 
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mvaughn16 Says:
Fantastic Four #17 (v1) : This story gets 4 stars from me just because we finally get to see a glimmer of Sue breaking away from that garbage "Women in 60's Sci-Fi" paradigm. Even if it was just for a few panels, it was good to see her go up against Doom and do something other than talk about how hopeless the situation was.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Incredible Hulk Annual UK #1984b : Absolutely horrible.
 
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ThunderZtorm Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #7b (v1) : Well at least some of the side characters are being killed off
 
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HeffElf Says:
Werewolf by Night #9 (v1) : So painful to get through this.
 
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bigcat1969 Says:
Marvel Universe: The End #3 : Sometimes the simplest lines can crack me up. I had a good chuckle at Hulk's response to seeing the fiery heart of the universe.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Thor #409a (v1) : -So silvery. This is the kind of story that causes one to revere those Simonson issues of Goldilocks...

 
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MrGeekBoi Says:
Nick Fury vs SHIELD #4 : Man this is good!
 
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Johnny71181 Says:
X-Men #123 (v1) : I hate Arcade - way too over the top ways to kill. I still rate this 3 stars for the art and everything else not Arcade in the ish.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Iron Man #250 (v1) : -Cringe worthy to see IM bow to the young King Arthur and say "My liege." I don't think the RDJ version of Tony would do that.
-This story was OK, but I just can't get into the future versions of Iron Man and the memory wipe at the end was too convenient.
-The Radio Shack/Tandy tech branding is highly hilarious.
 
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Durango55 Says:
Nova #1 (v1) : So Nova's starship is "three times the size of Saturn"? (pg14,panel 3). This appears to be confirmed in the first panel of page 1.

Possessing this spacecraft makes Nova one of the most powerful beings is the MU. The size alone makes it an imposing weapon. It's gravitational force is probably playing havoc in our solar system.
 
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alendor Says:
New Mutants #100 (v1) : Excited for X-force but the art and story in this was just bad. Not really deserving as a finale for New Mutants, which seems to just slowly fading away
 
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alendor Says:
New Mutants #100 (v1) : Excited for X-force but the art and story in this was just bad. Not really deserving as a finale for New Mutants, which seems to just slowly fading away
 
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metasynthie Says:
Quasar #17 : Sheesh. Those Barry Allen fanboys are EVERYWHERE, especially after DC killed him off in Crisis on Infinite Earths...
 
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