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JonahBlack Says:
Captain Marvel #15 (v1) : This had all the bad science of a 1963 Torch story, with all the overblown pseudo-philosophy of a 1969 Surfer story.

This was a very difficult read.

 
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marvej Says:
Fantastic Four #7 (v1) : Like already commented, this is filled with plotholes. But nevertheless a good issue. Fantastic four comics are the best ones so far.
 
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grayrender Says:
New Mutants #13 (v1) : And I think cartoon Xavier was a little truer to the comic book than Stewart, mostly because cartoon Xavier was sterner and slightly dickish.
 
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grayrender Says:
Uncanny X-Men #178 (v1) : My next thank you card is going to be a picture of me in a heart-shaped bed.
 
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Hoshizora Says:
Thor #302 (v1) : I do have to say, that illustration of Thor lifting the table with people on it was pretty awesome. Too bad it looks like we're heading back to earth again.
 
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Hoshizora Says:
Thor #300 (v1) : The first truly five star Thor story in my opinion. It very satisfactorily pays off on everything that came before it and has an epic battle where the characters are in genuine peril with proper suspense and drama, as well as solid artwork.
 
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grayrender Says:
Uncanny X-Men #177 (v1) : I would have preferred more muted coloring as has become the 80s norm, but damn, everything else in this issue just worked so well. Claremont is laying the groundwork for Cipher, makes an innane villian have a realistic purpose, and just generally seems to be on another level from his writer contemporaries.
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Captain America #131 (v1) : Yay. Let's all gather around a watch Marvel beat it's favourite dead horse: Bucky Barns...

The best part about this is that the evil Baron was driven to wear a tissue over his head. Evil.
 
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Titens Says:
Secret Wars #12 : In short, a totally average arc, with horrible characters, a grand yet stupid plot, fun at times, annoying like hell almost in every single issue, and in general a poorly executed arc that could have been so much better.
 
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Titens Says:
Secret Wars #11 : First of all, I enjoyed this issue a lot, and even gave it 4 stars. Because it was fun, easy to read, and sometimes awesome. But still, I can't get over the fact that everyone rejects Doom like that, because the argument is basically "no man should be allowed to wield that power". So basically, every god should be made to give up their power: here comes the first, Thor being made and enemy. But even if they can't destroy galaxies, some guys have the power to destroy worlds: and so binary star for example should also be made an enemy. And then every hero who can possibly destroy cities, and in the end, all superheroes should be given a leash or be destroyed. And there you have it, Cap was the father of civil war, and was on IM's side.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Captain America #119 (v1) : Boo. They could have had Cap and Falcon pull through, and then have AIM destroy the cube, but instead, Skull wins, and then the heroes are saved by Deus ex Modok. Highly unsatisfying ending.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Captain America #118 (v1) : The timeline on this arc is screwy, and the less said about Capskull's disguise, the better, but I enjoyed the parts with Falcon. The training montage was good, and I like the costume. I particularly like the inclusion of the Falconry Glove on one hand. This early incarnation seems to be more about having a falcon, than being a falcon.
 
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Titens Says:
Secret Wars #10 : It seems he used his armor when the beyonder aproached him. It all points to that.
As for the rest, this might be the first issue of this series that I actually liked. All the flaws are still there, but Doom's parts were great. Total Badass. In fact, this is the one character that I've actually liked more than the one from his own comic.
 
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Neskit Says:
Man-Thing #4 (v2) : Mordo killed a month old baby...
 
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Titens Says:
Secret Wars #9 : So... Reed can't let Galactus die since every life is precious, even if it obviously meant the death of billions, but now he has no problem letting his teammates die at all, for the greater good of the universe. Still, even if it means contradicting Byrne's writing, I'm gonna say that his reasoning here actually makes sense, while saving Galactus' life in the first place was the stupid and unforgivable choice that will forever make me dislike Byrne and the FF.
But again, Shooter's problems with characterization makes me wonder if he even read de issues at all.
 
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Neskit Says:
Doctor Strange #40 (v2) : Great.. they are bringing Man-Things horribleness into Doctor Stranges weirdness... cant wait!
 
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Neskit Says:
Doctor Strange #39 (v2) : I know Doctor Strange comics can be a little out there... but this was hard to follow...
 
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Neskit Says:
Man-Thing #3 (v2) : I dont get sending Man Thing to the mountains and the snow, what purpose did this give for him story wise...
 
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Neskit Says:
Man-Thing #2 (v2) : The first issue started good... and now they just took man thing out of the SWAMP!
 
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Neskit Says:
Doctor Strange #38 (v2) : Owl-Snake-Lions!!!!
 
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DarianRogue Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #4f : I don't say this often. I tend to find at least a little bit of good in every story I read, every show I watch, every game I play...

I can't find any here. I'd give it 0 stars, if this site let me. It's awful. Horrible writing, an abrupt ending, bad artwork, and generally a state of being not good.
 
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Neskit Says:
Spider-Woman #16 (v1) : I found the issue with your social problems... now remove your clothes and lay on this table... and she DID this?
 
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Rheavon Says:
Doc Savage #4 (v2) : Exposition! Also, what a friend Doc Savage would be to have. Sit back and watch your minions....cause it has to be minions at this point attempt to kill each other. How is it that Ham and Monk hate each other so much anyway? They are only ever pranking each other. At least with Thing and Torch, Torch is sassy to everyone and Thing just happens to be the one insulted by it.
 
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jwerth Says:
X-Men #47b (v1) : Yes, Joe and Sam Rosen were brothers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Rosen
 
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Katryn Says:
Captain America #170 (v1) : I agree with the hand maiden - what the hell was Leila saying then?!
 
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Katryn Says:
Captain America #169 (v1) : There are so many reasons why Falcon could choose the Panther to help him, or they could actually meet or something, but no. Just dropping in a bit of casual racism instead. Because bigotry has never been exclusively white.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Captain Britain #17 (v1) : I thought the plot seemed rather jumbled. Jumping from gassed to not gassed, entering and then re-entering(?) the manor. The page order mix-up explains things.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Werewolf by Night #6 (v1) : I never look forward to these issues of this series, but the story was clear at least, and the art was a delight. Every patron and performer at the carnival was totally unique!
 
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grayrender Says:
Captain America #291 (v1) : A villian with a believable motivation and a hero that is not a jerk. Refreshing read.
 
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grayrender Says:
Incredible Hulk #293 (v1) : I'm giving this 5 and I am suspending disbelief and choosing to imagine that Bruce hired some painters and plumbers and connected these houses to the existing sewer lines. If the machines he builds in his lab are any indication, he should be able to lay some tile and wire up a domestic electrical system without breaking a sweat.

To me, finally dealing realistically with the massive human fallout that must accompany our heroes is worth 5 stars even if Mantlo's execution is less than perfect.
 
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melvillean Says:
Machine Man #3 (v1) : It's raining Machine Men / Hallelujah, it's raining Machine Men
 
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flushin Says:
Defenders #38 (v1) : Yeah, Cage, you're absolutely right - hypsters are the worst!
 
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Ice Says:
Venus #19a : I actually really like the evolution (if you can call it that) of the Venus book over these 19 issues. It's like it touched on just about everything Marvel/Atlas/Timely were trying to do with genre books at the time. There's even a little ol' west in one story.

This series was all over the place, quality wise. But, there's something really fascinating about a story slowly morphing from RomCom silliness to existential Lovecraftian horror.

Great cover on this one too.
 
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Katryn Says:
Power Man #20 : Here's the problem with records, even if Cottonmouth had kept them - they wouldn't have shown that Stryker stole the drugs. Because if Cottonmouth had known that, Stryker would have been dead much earlier.
 
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Ice Says:
Marvel Tales #106a (v1) : That was a pretty great movie monster story! Great twist at the beginning, which is always a nice touch in a horror story. I liked the references to classic 20th century monster movies (Boris, eh? I've heard that name before!) and, let's be honest, a film shot over at the Frankenstein place would make a great movie.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Hulk Comics UK #1b : This taught me that Merlyn is a different way to spell Merlin. I wonder if that is the UK way of spelling it like Colour vs Color. Also, it is good to see that we have consolidated at least two of the merlins in marvel into one character.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Hulk Comics UK #9d : Up until '33. But yeah long time ago compared to the stuff currently in the 70 - 80's
 
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Ice Says:
Patsy and Hedy #6a : I wonder how many comic loving kids in the 50's looked at these books and realized all the covers have a variation on basically the exact same easy joke.


"Hey, isn't that guy who's with the female protagonist of this book upset that he's not catching fish/eating a sandwich/doing some other activity?"
"Nope! He's more interested in the female protagonist of this book!"
 
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Russ Says:
Defenders #14 (v1) : Hey, who else were they going to offer a spot to on the Defenders? Who else can rock a beak like that? (And I'm realizing how wrong that last question was as I typed it!)

So now we have Nighthawk on the team. As the "Batman" of the Squadron Sinister we can assume he has no actual power set, so it'll be interesting to see what he actually brings to the team. I also think it's funny how this rich guy decides to be a run-of-the-mill-albeit-costumed criminal, since he's already made his money without having to steal it. At least that's what I believe is implied about him.

Nebulon's reveal was one of the weirder ones we've seen in the Order so far. At least now we have an idea of what to expect to see if Squidward works out and takes steroids.

2 stars. Wasn't horrible, but it shouldn't have worked. Especially where it concerns Namor, who would probably love a chance to have the surface world eliminated.
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Captain America #116 (v1) : There were parts of this I liked, but it was weighed down by the opening scene (Oh steve, you're alright. Let's just leave the Skull alone in your apartment. I'm sure that will be fine), and the avengers fight (Look, I know I look like the Skull, but I'm not, and I'm not going to fight you. Hear me out. NOPE! *punch*)

I will say, Steve staying on the embankment with centrifugal force might be the first scientific thing that Stan got mostly right. Good going, Stan!
 
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