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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Mystic Comics #8d (v1) : A hero with no civilian identity does not leave much to character development...
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Captain America Comics #12e : Have they ever bothered with that? If they did, I never saw it.
 
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Locust75 Says:
Sub-Mariner #56 (v1) : 3 stars for friendly's at the gates! Who's the barbarians now!!!

Credit Due - @skalchemist: the UHBMCC lists Dan Adkins as co-writer as well. Maybe this is why Mike's writing seems improved?!!

Old School - I wonder why the Atlantean army would waste time with swords when they have advanced weapons???

Little Dutch Boy - I like Namor sticking the Haab in the wall!!!

Bleached - Poor Coral, we hardly knew ye...

Bobby McGee - @skalchemist: He also snuck in a Janis Joplin lyric as well...

Better Half - A female of the unnamed race will appear later...

'Nuff Said - "We must fight for our meat!"-Horny Haab
 
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Johnny71181 Says:
Daredevil #111 (v1) : Includes an insightful letter from future writer/editor Ralph Macchio.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Thor #158 (v1) : You all have to put the reprint issue into context. No one was reprinting this stuff. Was there even a back issue market?

Also it still is primarily Stan and a few artists making all this stuff so I imagine the schedule got away from them at times. At least they turned off not a larger, more compelling story instead of a one-shot pump & dump.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #28g : I agree. This series does not seem to have any connection at all to anything in the Marvel Universe. What a waste of time! Why not add the Imp to the list while you're at it?
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Daredevil #40 (v1) : I keep thinking of Bird Person from Rick & Morty

Also, the terrible inker is back screwing up Gene Colan's awesomeness

Now Playing: "Time Warp" from Rocky Horror
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Daredevil #39 (v1) : The Exterminator, after being in one of the most important Daredevil's, is also responsible for one of my favorites involving a tricked out death house.
 
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skabeaters Says:
X-Men #65 (v1) : The first few pages were horrible and stupid. I liked the rest of the book though.
 
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kungfufan Says:
Fantastic Four #56 (v1) : Since Sue can hear through her force field, I kinda expected Klaw's power to bypass it as if it weren't there, rather than trying to crush it through pressure.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Thor #316 (v1) : Alcohol makes you miss the darndest things ;-)
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Thor #315 (v1) : Civil rights.
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Fantastic Four #73 (v1) : So they were going to shoot DD's body with a gun that Reed later admits could destroy NYC?
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Daredevil #38 (v1) : I don't know why that isn't a classic cover that I'm sick of seeing. It's phenomenal.

Ahhh, Frank G. Is back on the brushes and Gene looks keen.

Love the farcical nature of DOOM! & DD just walking down the sidewalk

I feel like this is the bare minimum of competence we should expect from a comic book
 
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dadoodoflow Says:
Daredevil #37 (v1) : Third issue in a row with sub-par Colan art. Blame the inker? Deadlines? Crappy pay?

Soundtrack: pretty much any cover of "Jesus Take the Wheel"

I imagine noticing physical disability would be beneath DOOM!
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #29b : It's nice that the story starts with Namor thinking about his encounter with Baby Dean. I wonder if we are going to see this conversation he plans to have with Betty about her sister!

Super-heroes sure did not mind killing villains every now and then back in the forties! It's refreshing to have a few stories like this one and the last which have little to do with WWII.
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #187 (v1) : I agree. With the worldwide cataclysms happening, where are the other Avengers and the Fantastic Four? Where's Irving Forbush??
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #187 (v1) : Okay, this arc is slowly improving. The cliffhanger from last issue gets topped by the cliffhanger this issue! Stan and John have done an excellent job building this thing over the course of the past 4-5 issues. Nice job!

I wasn't too pleased with Thor running from Odin the way he did. But I supposed there wasn't much he could do; even Thor knows when he's outmatched, and the stakes are much higher than the one battle. So I guess I can't blame him too much.

However, the stakes can't be THAT high. Either that, or they're not taking it all that seriously back in Asgard. I say that because Sif's found time to change clothes in between issues! This must be her third outfit in 5 issues.

4 stars. Pieces are falling into place and the pacing is excellent.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #28b : Not too bad of a story. I like that they gave Betty Dean a baby sister. Now I wonder what treatment Namor gave to Falkon at the end. From the sound of it, it seemed rather unpleasant!
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #186 (v1) : Still not really sold on the arc just yet, but I have to give props to the cliffhanger. Next issue could be a throwdown for the ages.

I did have a hard time believing that Thor could beat down the Guardian with one shot after having trouble with him last issue. Granted, Infinity revived him easily enough, but still....the inconsistencies concerning Thor's strength and capabilities are bugging me more and more as this series progresses.

3 stars. Regardless of the flaws, I like what the arc is trying to do regardless. Stan did save some epic arcs for the end of his tenure (the Spider-Man drug issues and Fantastic Four vs. the Thing).
 
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dano357 Says:
Weapon X #5 (v2) : Weapon X keeping an operational mutant concentration camp that holds several former X-Men/allies hidden from the X-Men really stretches the bounds of credibility for me. I understand losing track of Maggott but Leech is a kid, shouldn't someone be looking after him? The school is operational now, he should be living there. And Reyes lives in NYC, you would think they would notice she is missing.

I thought I caught all the "lost" characters but I totally missed Siena Blaze.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : Yeah, this issue has a kind of cinematic quality. Too bad it only lasts one issue.
 
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Russ Says:
Thor #185 (v1) : "To Infinity....and Beyond!" Figures that Odin and Thor would beat Buzz Lightyear to the punch.

Slight problem with the last few pages. One: with the Warriors Three back on Asgard yet still under Infinity's spell, shouldn't they be tearing up Asgard instead of just standing there? And Two: Mjolnir is probably still Mjolnir instead of a flying stick after Thor's transformation back to Dr. Blake. Ugh, the rules behind this are just too inconsistent.

3 stars. This should be a great cosmic arc like the arc that ran in this book 3 years prior, but I'm just not feeling this one yet.
 
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bharbeke Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : There's a very moody atmosphere in this issue.
 
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Parn Says:
The Punisher #18 (v2) : Yeah and Nightcrawler. There is his tail :D
 
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Corlagon Says:
Strange Tales #129a (v1) : Just 2 stars. I don't mind lighthearted stories, but I did mind the lack of plot and the ridiculous train bumping.
 
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sleepyarmistice Says:
Marvel Comics Presents #110b (v1) : Was this fan art?
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Sub-Mariner Comics #4b : If Dacio got kicked out of school in t'oid grade, how can he even hope to do anything with that formula?
 
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Corlagon Says:
Daredevil #2 (v1) : So why didn't Matt just say he couldn't inspect the place because of Electro and Daredevil's presence? It wouldn't even have been a lie.

Also, shouldn't the stolen notes have been damaged by the water?
 
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Katryn Says:
Captain America #145 (v1) : This was less insulting than I expected, but that probably says more about how low my expectations were than anything else. And apparently Val is now short for Valerie.
 
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bill_the_cat Says:
Incredible Hulk #271 (v1) : That was unreadable crap.
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Excalibur #18 (v1) : I appreciate the nod to Dirty Pair, but I didn't like this issue.
 
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Katryn Says:
Amazing Adventures #15 (v2) : Her look, two heroes actually co-operating in a fight. It's surprising how infrequently that happens, rather than everyone taking turns.
 
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Katryn Says:
Amazing Adventures #14 (v2) : I can't say I was thrilled to see Quasimodo on the cover, but that's probably the best issue he's been in.
 
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Katryn Says:
Adventure into Fear #13 : It took me a while to realise that they couldn't have been deliberately trying to draw Stan Lee into the story, because he wouldn't have looked like that back in the day. But it does make me wonder if Grandpa here gave him the idea of all the cameos.
 
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skabeaters Says:
X-Men #62 (v1) : I don't like anything with the wannabe He-Man and Garfield-Hulk.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #242 (v1) : Ugh. The Thinker is still awful and ruins the book.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Marvel Graphic Novel #66 : I have no idea what happened in that book, Very confusing.
 
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duncanm Says:
The Savage Sword of Conan #14b : Story was predictable, but it was well told, and the mood was really good.
 
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duncanm Says:
Marvel Team-Up #47 (v1) : Jeez, this is like the worst of the golden age coming back to remind you that the other comics you're reading right now aren't all that bad. The art, the story, the villains... Seriously, this could have been released around 63 or 64 and it wouldn't have been out of place alongside the Human Torch solo stories and Ant Man.
The ending mystifies me, because all throughout the comic, from page 1, we see the city on fire, and getting more and more destroyed. The the bad guy is beaten and everything looks pristine again. Also, they tried punching him for two issues without success, so naturally the way they finally beat him is... by punching him. Jeepers.
 
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