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VenomousIntent Says:
Doctor Strange #1 (v2) : Wow! This was absolutely incredible!
 
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JonahBlack Says:
Marvel Premiere #2 : There's a bunch of good concepts in here, but the issue is such a muddle mess of pseudo-philosophy and substandard art that it was just unpleasant to read. I can't justify giving this more than a 1, even if I am somewhat interested in where the overall plot line is going.
 
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Wolverstone Says:
Tales to Astonish #86a (v1) : Loudspeaker truck: We've captured Warlord Krang and Lady Dorma!
Namor: They can only mean Krang and Dorma!

A shocking deduction from the Avenging Son.
 
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Vancelot Says:
Squadron Supreme #11 (v1) : The 1st 10 pages were a waste of space.
 
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phogbear Says:
Defenders #74 (v1) : If Nighthawk quitting the Defenders was permanent I would give this 5 stars just for that. It would be a bright spot in the poo.
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Incredible Hulk #149 (v1) : I've got to hand it to Trimpe, I have disliked his art so far but he did some great work here. Hope to see more like this, maybe accompanied by some decent writing.
 
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Russ Says:
Power Man #25 : For awhile there, I was starting to wonder if Livewire was actually Montana from the Enforcers, except, he seemed morally ambiguous here instead of a hardened criminal like Montana was. I bet the real Montana, lame as he is, would stay far away from this ragtag band of losers.

Claire going with Luke in front of Bill was a real cold move. She seemed to lean toward reuniting with Bill last issue, but made up her mind here. Better hope another man doesn't turn her head, Luke!

2 stars. Ringmaster might want to rethink using that hypnotism hat if he's that susceptible to it.
 
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Marksman Says:
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.... : It would have been great if Hate-Monger would have said, "Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal. And a Happy New Year" before launching the germ bomb.
 
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Russ Says:
Power Man #24 : Swelling up to fifteen feet? Cue the "That's What She Said" jokes!

I think this is more proof that Hank Pym's size-changing techniques are a strain on the brain in addition to the body. Bill is really acting like he's lost his marbles here. And I never thought I'd see an "essential" tag on a Circus of Crime story, although it might've happened very early in the Order. I still can't resolve Princess Python's appearances around this time; she was also in the Serpent Squad about the same time (in the Captain America mag).

2 stars. At least we're assured in the fact that not many Luke Cage stories are stinkers; this is the rare exception.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Web of Spider-Man #9 (v1) : I think I'm going to be sick...
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Uncanny X-Men #244 (v1) : I thought these guys died in an elevator.
 
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Russ Says:
Adventure into Fear #26 : I agree, this was one ugly mess. I can see where Tara might have been more than a child which would lessen the shock of what Morbius did, but still, the appearance of child-killing seemed more for the black-and-white mag instead of here. Not that it should've been shown anywhere in the first place, of course.

It's too bad, really. The arc may not have started out that great, but it took the last two issues to tank it badly. Marvel really should've let Gerber finish what he started.

1 star. Six more issues of this.
 
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Russ Says:
Adventure into Fear #25 : Morbius in the middle of a war between Daemond and the Caretakers. Sucks to be you, dude. (See what I did there? Uhmm, what did I do?)

I bet that girl wasn't incinerated. Her real future self will probably be sitting in front of some television announcing the arrival of a Poltergeist.

2 stars. This was kinda all over the place. But it does set up a showdown that hopefully ends this arc.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Iron Man #238 (v1) : Rhino should sue Stark Enterprises for lung damage.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Web of Spider-Man #8 (v1) : So, the kryptonite gave this guy superpowers?
 
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Russ Says:
Ka-Zar #8 (v2) : From the Stan Lee School of Science and Technology, Professor Gerry Conway lecturing: how a single laser can make a volcano erupt. They probably also tried this on Mt. St. Helens and Kilauea.

Wow. That girl kisses Ka-Zar and he throws her to the ground? I get what you're trying to say, dude, but did you have to do that to her? And the "consoling" of Tul when they discovered his wife. I don't think Ka-Zar is winning too many friends here. Sigh, Marvel misogyny.

2 stars. Nice little twist on the high priest guy, although I was 90% sure he was some guy using technology instead of one of the natives.
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Squadron Supreme #2 (v1) : Wouldn't the entire team get cancer based on that 5 hour rule?
 
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HeffElf Says:
Marvel Two-in-One #16 : This is the first comic in a while where the scene depicted on the cover actually happened in the comic. Well done!
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Captain America #350a (v1) : Amazing that this makes sense when you have Cap not looking like Cap, the guy who looks like Cap being someone else, and the guy who looks like Steve Rogers being another someone else.
 
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aliensummer Says:
Ghost Rider #15 (v2) : I was actually enjoying this issue and then "A Friend" had to show up and ruin everything!
 
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grayrender Says:
Avengers #251 (v1) : . . . And it looks like nobody is willing to tolerate a social occasion with Starfox and Herc except Wanda. No surprises therr.
 
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metsguy Says:
Daredevil #100 (v1) : So DD drops some acid and hangs out at the Rolling Stone magazine offices with Jann Wenner. Wonder if this gets mentioned in the new biography of Wenner, Sticky Fingers? They didn't say anything about it in the HBO special. Bummer.
 
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metsguy Says:
Hero for Hire #9 : I had to give this one 4 stars just for how fun it was. When the main character even realizes how ridiculous the plot is...
 
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Corlagon Says:
Doctor Strange #181 (v1) : This felt like lots of padding to me. Not until the final few pages did something happen at last.

I'm sure I've never seen so many splash pages before, especially in a non-modern comic.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Incredible Hulk #253 (v1) : What is the bird version of a Furry? Anyway, that is what Fred is.
 
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VirtualAdept Says:
Marvel Preview #22 : I hated this... but man holys**tis Merlin shredded on that cover.
 
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Urgat Says:
Sub-Mariner #10 (v1) : I love your rants about these underwater-storytelling-flaws. But I have to admit ...I never recognize them... I seem to be someone who reads these more like them taking place in dry territory, but more subliminal than deliberate
 
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Urgat Says:
Sub-Mariner #10 (v1) : I wondered about that too and also about the Marvel Bullpen calling that Blue-Fish-Thing on the cover "the MAN called..." But they got me there... I will from now on read ahead without ...or at least less assumptions from the Cover.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Damage Control #4 (v1) : Who programmed that Danger Room routine, Obnoxio?
 
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Marksman Says:
Fantastic Four #83 (v1) : I like how Ben makes meta-comments about other characters' speeches. It's like he's aware of some of the corny dialogue that Stan writes at times.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Power Pack #44 (v1) : Aimed for cotton candy, ended up a corn dog.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
The Mutant Misadventures of Cloak... : I hate it when the bad guys have spells of communications containment. Disrupts the Wi-Fi.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
X-Factor #39 (v1) : After 40-something issues of Sinister buildup I feel a bit let down.
 
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metasynthie Says:
X-Factor #71 (v1) : Peter David: OK, Claremont and Simonson have left this all behind and seemed to be getting tired of mutants anyway, so it’s up to me to make some big changes to spice up these lesser-knowns... Polaris gets powers back! Quicksilver gets... powers disappearing! Val Cooper and Maddox get... personalities! And I know, a love triangle... let’s see, what else do I have in my notes? LOCKJAW IS A DOG AGAIN!! Val Cooper is Dale Cooper’s sister! And I can use my “Uncle A-Tom-Ic” joke at last!!
 
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TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Power Pack #17 (v1) : I think tattletale just wants to get energized. And us it me, or is their interstellar ship Friday slow as molasses?
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Uncanny X-Men #243 (v1) : I read Sinister to rhyme with Mister. He's more fun that way.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
The Spectacular Spider-Man #148... : Demons understand lightning rods but not gas heaters.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
X-Factor #38 (v1) : For some reason Havok at any age has always been written like a petulant 12 year old.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Uncanny X-Men #242 (v1) : Hand-wringing about killing N'astirh, Jean? Really?
 
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grayrender Says:
New Mutants #25 (v1) : It's not lazy, it's expressionist.

(This is the style Van Gogh painted in.)
 
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