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Shinderu Says:
Marvel Presents #1b (v1) : Still bad, but better than the first part.
 
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Katryn Says:
Marvel Premiere #16 : Danny could have avoided all those fights just by buttoning up his shirt.
 
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Shinderu Says:
Marvel Presents #1a (v1) : What origin story? He came outta nowhere and just started fighting. This had no story whatsoever.
 
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Shinderu Says:
Amazing Adventures #31 (v2) : This wasn't bad. The art was amazing and the story and characters are interesting, I just wish McGregor was capable of saying what he wants to say with about half the amount of text. If he could manage that this would get 4, maybe even 5 stars from me.
 
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Shinderu Says:
Strange Tales #179 (v1) : Damn, I love Starlin's cosmic stuff so much!
 
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Shinderu Says:
Marvel Team-Up #30 (v1) : Two issues in a row, both written by Conway, where the brother is the bad guy. I wonder if Conway has a brother and if he does what kind of relationship they have...
 
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gmonkey Says:
Avengers #346 (v1) : This crossover is filled with suddenly bloodthirsty Avengers. What's up with that?
 
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Shinderu Says:
Incredible Hulk #193 (v1) : I really dislike Samson so far. I wonder if he'll ever become a character with a personality that consists of more than his ego...
 
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Shinderu Says:
Incredible Hulk #189 (v1) : That was pretty nice.
There are many blind people in the Marvel universe.
 
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Ice Says:
Yellow Claw #1e : I was all set to rate this one a little lower than the previous stories in Yellow Claw #1, but Suwan's twist (and the Bond style totally-not-Comic-Code-Approved escapades implied by Suwan and Jimmy's off panel clothing swapping) totally got me. I'm really liking Yellow Claw so far.

I'm not liking the trend of Jimmy getting knocked out and/or tied up every other issue, though. He's not exactly FBI agent of the year here.
 
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Ice Says:
Yellow Claw #1c : "San Quentin, you been livin' hell to me."

...Oh, wait. This comic predates Johnny Cash's San Quentin shows by ten or twelve years. I suppose Yellow Claw wouldn't have made it back for the concert.

Another interesting Yellow Claw story. I like the use of black to accentuate the "spy thriller" style. Plus, a Nazi gets smacked in the face with a briefcase, which is always welcome.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Kid Komics #3b : I couldn't help smiling each time the French would call him Monsieur le Vision.

Also, no wonder the Vision is going take a long break: he looks rather pale in this issue!
 
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Ice Says:
Yellow Claw #1a : Wow, that's a heck of an intro! Here we have a spy thriller style story told from the villain's perspective, which is fairly unique in this era of simple comic narratives. The Chinese villains (and Chinese American hero!!) seem to be more than just racist caricatures, which is something that can't be said for a lot of comics in the 50's and into the 60's. Semi-major Marvel characters are introduced. I've never read Steranko's 60's Nick Fury, but I see that Woo, Suwan, and Yellow Claw all come back for that notable Silver Age series. Plus, they have a bonafide Nazi for one of the villains!

I wish Woo's debut had said a little more about him, but there's room for that in the following stories.

This is a promising introduction to what I've been told is a highlight for the final pre-Silver Age years.
 
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Ice Says:
Mystic #52f (v1) : Another story with really interestingly weird art from Mad's Mort Drucker. That Leo da Vinci robot story awhile ago was incredibly strange, and the main character's face in this looks like somebody angrily doing a Popeye impression. I like it!
 
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Ice Says:
Uncanny Tales #48e (v1) : Not a great story here, but I wanted to point out a pretty cool Bill Everett tale in this issue, featuring a hunter, a racoon, a shape shifting alien smoke monster, and (I think) a pretty great twist at the end.
 
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Ice Says:
Astonishing #54c : Silly, but at least the twist was unexpected. I like the idea of a dreamer type dreaming reality in the future.
 
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Johnny71181 Says:
Thor #353 (v1) : I was disappointed the cover ruined that Loki would be helping Odin and Thor, but I was impressed and excited for the way he made his entrance into the story.
 
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Ice Says:
Wyatt Earp #5a : Kind of unique (if kind of awkward and clunky) narration and it's cool to see a couple Western heroes bump into each other, but that's about it. One problem is all of the "conflicts" in this Annie/Wyatt story seem like things the two characters could easily handle on their own in stories that aren't crossovers. Writers really need to up the ante when they pair up their protagonists.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Captain America Comics #32a : I liked Thompson's art in this one.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Captain America Comics #32d : Magnificent two page spread of a vulture. IT's always a treat when an artist decides to impress us with some creative pencils.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Thor #364 (v1) : This story was ribbiting.
 
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Russ Says:
Tomb of Dracula #24 (v1) : This title did have a lot of promise, but now it seems all over the place. I guess I shouldn't complain; having Frank, Rachel and Blade chase Dracula all around and constantly fail to put him down was getting old, so the shakeups were needed. Now I think it's all too inconsistent. Clearly, this book needs a new direction.

So what is Dracula trying to accomplish now? Is he still trying to take over the Earth? Just get some revenge on Harker and the crew? The next hot looking neck to sink his teeth into? Or just that perfect cup of tea?

2 stars, but I would've saved Trudy.
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Captain America Comics #31e : And yet, it was still very confusing and hard to follow.
 
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Russ Says:
Giant-Size Dracula #2 : Maybe I'm in the minority, but I do think Dracula can make a good anti-hero, depending on the situation. Usually, it's to get vengeance or put some interloper in his place. Personally, I love it when Drac and an opponent trash-talk each other: "You fool, I am your superior!" "No, I am your master!" "Sez you!" Boys! Boys!

I liked Kate Fraser, but she wasn't consistent with her character here. She's a cop, and she alternated between being tough and being "the typical fearful damsel in distress" that is the typical Marvel female. I guess she was involved with forces beyond her ken, but it still seemed a little off to me. By the way, if she's a mutant, how has she escaped Cerebro detection all these years?

3 stars. This was pretty good, but just a step short of Chris Claremont's legendary level of brilliance. Likely, he's just warming up for his day in the sun.
 
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jakeisquite Says:
Daredevil #26 (v1) : I forgot stilt man was a thing. I didn't need that terrible memory brought back to life.
 
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sbcolt15 Says:
Avengers #143 (v1) : So, now that all versions of Kang cease to exist, how are Thor, Moondragon, and Hawkeye supposed to get back to present day?
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Thor #363 (v1) : For an omniscient being, Beyonder is a slow learner.
 
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jakeisquite Says:
X-Men #29 (v1) : That was another enjoyable X-men Issue. It's nice that we won't see the mimic for awhile too.
 
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jakeisquite Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #45 (v1) : I just can't get myself to like the lizard as a villain, even though I don't think they're bad stories. The Peter Parker drama is also becoming a bit overkill for me too. If there's no progress in any of the drama, then it just becomes stale.
 
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jakeisquite Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #44 (v1) : I don't think I'll get used to MJ and they way she talks. I'm also not a fan of the lizard. First spiderman in awhile I haven't really enjoyed.
 
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Trentus Says:
Moon Knight #10 (v1) : Couple of problems but they’re common problems at this stage in the universe. I only wish the insanity didn’t play out so quickly. A couple of issues of mental breakdown would be better
 
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jakeisquite Says:
X-Men #28 (v1) : It wasn't great but this one was so much better than what we've seen from X-men recently. Hopefully the trend continues but I won't hold my breath.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
The Hulk! #23a : Pardon my french, butf**kthis emotionally manipulative story >:(
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Howard the Duck #4a (v2) : The story, not so good, but I liked the premise of turning the whole book into a Playduck magazine, ads, and interviews all.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Rom #14b : At least this issue makes ROM's pining for Brandy less of a***move...
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Rom #13a : Yeah, plunderer is awful... but a serious question does the front cover make anyone else think the spaceknights are secretly space nazis?
 
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Stevebadala405 Says:
X-Force #1 (v1) : Why was Boom Boom's crotch the size of a quinjet? Oh, right, because Liefeld is hot garbage.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Captain America #252 (v1) : There was something in there about them keeping his drugged so he couldn't break out, at least they said that in the Spider-man story where cobra escaped. I got nothing on the form change though.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Rom #8 : I seriously feel like I must be reading a different book than everyone else with the amount of weird praise this incredibly meh book is getting...
 
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jakeisquite Says:
Fantastic Four #60 (v1) : That ending was pretty clever. I enjoyed the story as a whole, but the Inhumans plotline seems like it's going to continue to drag on, for better or for worse.
 
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