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Vancelot Says:
Uncanny X-Men #183 (v1) : Loved Juggernaut in this.
 
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Katryn Says:
Fantastic Four #130 (v1) : I'm so glad I'm not the only one who thinks Reed is a giant arse. You go, Sue!
 
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Katryn Says:
Fantastic Four #129 (v1) : Huh, so apparently the Sandman is more liberal towards women's rights than any of the Fantastic Four men. Go figure.
 
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Russ Says:
Warlock #3 (v1) : I also like the whole "Marvel Jesus" concept of Warlock and Counter-Earth. But this issue was disappointing; the fight didn't really convey the conflict over the "soul" of Counter-Earth very well. Gil Kane's artwork looked a little stiff too.

Some other notes....

King of the World: Warlock channeling his inner Titanic on the splash page!

Red and Gold Cheese: Adam getting struck by lightning when the High Evolutionary wants to chat. And he didn't even say "Shazam!"

Night At the Apollo: Have to admit, I didn't see the reveal coming, even though I should've seen it coming a mile away!

2 stars.
 
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phogbear Says:
Iron Man #100 (v1) : Stark didn't really turn O'Brien over to the Avengers. Stark locked him up in his lab wearing only his underwear....but I agree he should have done something, besides "destroy" the rings. Mandy got off easy. I'm sure the rings will show up soon.

One of my favorite covers. It's simple, clean, eye catching and dynamic. I liked the way the Washington story wrapped up and to see that the Senator had some brains. This was a nice story arc for Iron Man.

The only thing I didn't like wa he next issue blurb.
 
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Shintetsuken Says:
Maximum Security #3 : Yeah, USAgent really stopped this from being great. I was really expecting a certain someone to die in this issue, and was really surprised when it didn't happen!
 
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phogbear Says:
Iron Man #99 (v1) : New York to China in 30 minutes made me laugh.

It's been awhile since IM has been this interesting. Keeping my fingers crossed they don't fumble issue 100.
 
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chademe Says:
Tales to Astonish #90b (v1) : Maybe the general should stop taking his daughter with him everywhere he goes. She might not get kidnapped so often.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Fantastic Four #57 (v1) : 4 stars for a heaping helping of Kirby Dots!
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Thor #330 (v1) : So, a god can bleed. If Thor doesn't kick some majora**next issue against this D-rated villain, then he should turn in his hammer and golden locks.
 
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dano357 Says:
Weapon X #18 (v2) : I like it. They are fast reads and stay focused on the central plot.

Interesting that the entire "uncanny" team was present for the planning meeting, including Juggernaut but Nightcrawler was left out.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #256 (v1) : That ending was sort of dejavu... like I've almost read it before.
 
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youngnastyman88 Says:
Marvel Premiere #12 : I thought it was funny when Strange zotz everyone back to NYC. I thought poor jeep being abandoned in the desert. Next page: Ha. Good on you Wong for respecting other peoples property.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Avengers #233 (v1) : Ok, they tried explaining why Thor's hammer didn't turn back into a walking stick... but wouldn't it still have reverted back after the barrier was destroyed?
 
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Russ Says:
Incredible Hulk #158 (v1) : Word has it that Counter-Oliver saved the Brady Bunch on Counter-Earth from cancellation and it lasted six more seasons!
 
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Russ Says:
Incredible Hulk #158 (v1) : This wasn't the issue I thought it would be. I was expecting a nice little fracas at the wedding but it didn't happen. Phooey! But Talbot gets the prize he wanted, and Banner didn't have to die like he insinuated a few times in the past.

Other notes:

Work smarter, not harder: One thing just occured to me - if the Leader could mentally take over the Rhino because he was so "simple minded," why couldn't he have just taken over the Hulk and made him commit suicide or something?

RSVP: I guess the Leader was too busy trying to get his ship back (and stranding Hulk and Rhino on Counter-Earth in the process) to crash the Talbot wedding like he promised last issue.

Animal Magnetism: It would've been pretty cool if Rhino stayed on Counter-Earth and joined Kohbra's little band! But that was quite a body slam Hulk laid on him on pg. 17 pn. 3!

Mirror, mirror: So if Counter-Bruce made it to the bunker on time to avoid the gamma rays, I guess Counter-Reed got sufficient shielding for his rocket so nobody got hit with cosmic rays. Counter-Peter wasn't bitten by that spider. Counter-Tony never got shrapnel in his heart and wasn't captured by the Chinese. Counter Dr. Erskine failed at the Super Soldier Serum. And so on....

3 stars. Still pretty enjoyable though. However, I'd hate to be in Bruce's shoes when he gets back to Earth....
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Daredevil #308 (v1) : This issue has so many characters I love. Even Slug makes an appearance!
 
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Johnny Darkness Says:
Daredevil #308 (v1) : Secret Empire, eh? Anyway, awesome cover.
 
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duncanm Says:
Jungle Action #21 (v2) : Damn. The same old speeches from the same old sides. May not just be against black people any more, but the same old excuses for hatred and bigotry, and it sometimes makes you wonder whether any amount of fighting it does any good in the end. *sigh* Apparently I shouldn't read these while I'm tired.
Agree with GatorMan. I know BP has low key superpowers and stuff, but he was literally on fire for a long time, and was jumping around fighting people a week later rather than being dead like he should be.
 
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dano357 Says:
X-Statix #26 : So I had to look to confirm it's still terrible, but I have give them points for killing the whole team off in a pointless mission.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #255 (v1) : So, is this an out of body experience within his body? My head hurts thinking about this...
 
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duncanm Says:
Jungle Action #20 (v2) : @Redsvetz Man, I wish I could be back there with you in early 2013, because mid 2017 these racially charged stories sure have regained their punch.
Thought this was a great, if heartbreaking, story. The juxtaposition of one man justifying his crusade for the truth and standing up for what is right amidst the dangers he faces by those that want him silenced with another man fighting physically against those that would use their power for evil purposes shows that there is more than one way to be a hero and more than one way to fight for what is right.
That said, yeah T'Challa everyone at the store is looking at you because when someone enters a store masked, 99.9% of the time they're going to rob it.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Silver Surfer #31 (v3) : -Engley trying to be all meta n' sh*t. Some of it works, some of it doesn't.
-Viva la Clumsy! No, not really--reading his speech bubbles is on a par with the French girl from Alpha Flight.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Silver Surfer #30 (v3) : -Man, did I appreciate the change in letterer. Now I can actually read what they're saying.
-I hate the Stranger.
 
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Gecko Says:
Jeanie Comics #19c : And the next time we see that car, it's probably the same wreck again
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Silver Surfer #29 (v3) : -Agreeing with rocket, the dustup with Midnight Sun was interesting, but his origin is dubious at best.
 
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Russ Says:
Incredible Hulk #157 (v1) : I agree, this one was fun to read! Looking forward to Wedding Crashers '72.

However, I just can't buy Jim and his weird way of talking. I understand they probably won't want to make him sound like stereotypical street, but the guy just yammers on and on. I'm almost wishing for Rick Jones to return. Also, what happened to his ride after he left him on the New Jersey Turnpike?

3 stars. I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around Glenn and Betty's upcoming wedding. It wasn't that long ago she and Bruce nearly tied the knot. Oh well, hope the Leader-Rhino at least picks up a gift for the betrothing couple.
 
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Shintetsuken Says:
Dracula Lives #6c : Didn't Dracula say earlier that stored blood takes away all the sport and he wouldn't lower himself to that level?
 
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Shintetsuken Says:
Dracula Lives #6c : She's a sex worker. It's nothing new to her, is I think what they were going for, there.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #254 (v1) : If you go into the negative zone, you're going to have a bad time. For a genius, Reed is pretty stupid.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Fantastic Four #4 Annual : Oh my god, enough about Crystal! Now that Jane Foster is out of the picture, this is my least favorite 'relationship' in the order (though, I'm not reading Daredevil, so YMMV).

I mostly liked the rest of it, and I really liked how Lockjaw was used - especially him taking them all to the Thinker's hideout.
 
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Gecko Says:
The Punisher #3b (v101) : Learn as much fighting in this, as I learned astrofysics from Red Dwarf
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #253 (v1) : How tragic... damn, welcome to the negative twilight zone!
 
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megajake Says:
Peter Parker, The Spectacular... : You know you're in the 70s when you have a trucker superhero. 10/4 good buddy. Now all we need is a Convoy. Honk. Honk.
 
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skalchemist Says:
Marvel Fanfare #59a (v1) : I'm not proud of the fact that I really like that cover.
 
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Gecko Says:
Daredevil #6a Annual : With the theme/topic of this annual series, I'm Very happy that the Nocenti didn't write it
 
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skalchemist Says:
Marvel Fanfare #56a (v1) : Another one that had clearly fallen behind the filing cabinet...and should have stayed there.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Fantastic Four #252 (v1) : Straight outta Syfy Channel. Awesomeness!
 
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phogbear Says:
Iron Man #97 (v1) : Stark has a synthetic heart that is NOT connected to his armor, so how does charging the armor help?
 
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kungfufan Says:
Tales of Suspense #89b (v1) : Nice to see ol' Skeletor again (though I have to admit I knew it was coming - I saw the front of the next in the order as I downloaded from Marvel Unlimited). However, the Bucky twist was way too short. They ought to have revealed Bucky this iss, have him battle Cap to a cliffhanger, then leave the reveal to next issue. As it was, it felt rushed.
 
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