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Ice Says:
War Comics #17e : Funny that 17E (4676) shows up so much later than 17C (4638), but I guess it doesn't really matter.
 
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Ice Says:
War Comics #18c : Well...I still like the idea of these little three part historical series. There was a three parter about Napoleon earlier in Man Comics. This three parter about Germany's Kaiser Willhelm feels like a sequel of sorts. Napoleon even gets a call back at the end.

But, this just wasn't a very good historical story. Maybe it's the Kaiser being really a poor example of a big leader or maybe it's the fact that WWI was just way too complicated to put it all on one dude and call him "The Bad Guy".

Still, I hope there's more like these stories coming.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Incredible Hulk #109 (v1) : Ka-Zar and Hulk. Now all we need is Groot and it's a party.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Incredible Hulk #1 Annual : Your idea for the character is much better.
 
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Ice Says:
Suspense #27a : Throw a "What" in before that "If", and I think you'll have yourself an on going series, Marvel!
 
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Ice Says:
Adventures into Weird Worlds #15a : I...was NOT expecting Weird Worlds #13's franken-vampire story to have a sequel. Huh. Neat!

These village folk are hilarious. It's like they're just constantly two minutes away from forming a lynch mob. Maybe they deserve vampires.
 
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Ice Says:
Man Comics #22b : The little "non-fiction" historical stories in the Expanded Order are kind of a nice change of pace from the contemporary stuff. I wish they'd skip the "Napoleon was short lol" bit, though. He's a fascinating character without adding that nonsense.
 
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owenneil Says:
Incredible Hulk #305 (v1) : I love when they include the little ties with reality like the beginning here with Strange. It really helps to ground things.
 
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owenneil Says:
Fantastic Four #270 (v1) : I don’t really mean the science or even the exact time, I mean the writers! Why leave this plot dangling for 6 years. And sliding time scale or not, there is a lot of time for Reed to do something about it before just waiting for him to show up.
 
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Ice Says:
Adventures into Terror #15f (v2) : "Vampire Tarantulas" is a concept that's really amusingly over-the-top. I feel like this could be the Marvel Cinematic Universe's answer to Shark-Nado!
 
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Ice Says:
The Ghost Rider #10a : I was ready to give this one four stars right up until the lame Scooby-Doo ending. Come on! Frankenstein was fighting cowboys!
 
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Ice Says:
Mystery Tales #6a : Modern Hollywood and their sequels! Go figure! Man, Skull-Face is going to be peeved when they reboot the whole Skull-Face franchise in a couple years.

This was way too obvious to be a very effective horror story, but I like that they're trying something with a different spin.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #270 (v1) : Wrong form of the word "their" (last page)? Come on Shooter, do some chiefly editing.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #270 (v1) : Sliding time scale. Franklin is 5 years old in 1984, but was born in 1968. And Terminus' suit kept him alive for >100 years of space travel. So hibernating in the Earth's xire for a few years after what Reed did to him seems legit enough for comic science.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #270 (v1) : The Skrull-burgers haven't come home to roost yet.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #270 (v1) : And all kinds of hot and steamy!
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Doctor Strange #175 (v1) : "I am entrapped...surrounded by rings of some negativistic nihilistic force!"

They were nihilists, dude?
 
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Tarquinnff3 Says:
Strange Tales #156b (v1) : Introducing, the villain from Little Monsters. Also, Umar still sucks. There, I said it.
 
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CrazyforRAMU Says:
Captain Marvel #29 (v1) : Real question: Where's the "costume change" Mar-Vell mentioned? I've studied it carefully and I don't see any difference besides the new blonde hair.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #269 (v1) : There were quotes around the term "civilized". I think he was referring ironically to how the Native Americans were seen as uncivilized.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Fantastic Four #95 (v1) : So, the Monocle. DC beat Marvel on that one and their's fires a laser from his eye glass. Still, okay story.

Three Stars.
 
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Corlagon Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #29 : Yup, that barely justified hero fight knocked a star off what was otherwise a decent story.
 
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grayrender Says:
Fantastic Four #269 (v1) : Walking Dead?
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #84 (v1) : Overall I liked this issue (and the arc, so far), but the Schemer's super car pulled me out of the story for some reason.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Captain Marvel #7 (v1) : It's comic books like this that gave Mar-Vell cancer.
 
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