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samholmes1313 Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #65 (v1) : I just noticed - is Spidey the only one so far who doesn't wear his underwear over his costume?
 
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samholmes1313 Says:
Captain Savage #2 : I thought that Jacques Larocque was supposed to be Canadian.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Captain America #122 (v1) : It wasn't bad, but it wasn't great. Just, okay. On the other hand, it's better than a few of the earlier issues.

3 Stars.
 
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samholmes1313 Says:
Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #2 : Loved it! One of the best issues so far.
And no one called Peter "dad" even once.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Incredible Hulk #126 (v1) : Ha! Martin Goodman may have ruled that stories had to be complete in one issue, he may have cancelled Doctor Strange but Roy Thomas wasn't having any of it!

Still, the ending was meh and the action was only okay.

Two Stars
 
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Russ Says:
Marvel Premiere #17 : If the programming team that put together Final Fantasy VII and the raid on the Shinra building had been smoking powerful stuff, this issue is probably what Cloud and Barrett would've had to go through.

But just imagine any visitor to Meachum's building having to use the bathroom.

"Hey, where's the men's room?"
"Down that corridor and to the left."
"Thanks."
WHUMP!
"Never mind, don't need to use it anymore. But would you send a cleaning crew to this location?"

4 stars. A bit long on narration, but the actions do speak for themselves.
 
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UltraHex Says:
Marvel Mystery Comics #3d : "yuh don't see nuthin' - yuh don't hear nuthin' - and - yuh don't say nuthin'!"

See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil? Anyone else notice that?
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Doctor Strange #183 (v1) : We've reached the end of the first Marvel Flowering. At the end of 1969, Nick Fury, Doctor Strange and the X-Men would be cancelled and Captain Marvel would publish only four issues in the next couple of years.

But don't worry, both Strange Tales and Doctor Strange will be back...
 
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grayrender Says:
Avengers #246 (v1) : If the Eternals exist only in the forn of Sersi's parties, I can be OK with them.
 
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malmantile2729 Says:
Marvel Graphic Novel #12 : Interesting to have read this with the Harvey Weinstein news as backdrop. I admire Shooter's work as editor, but his portrayal of women characters is often abysmal.
 
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grayrender Says:
Alpha Flight #13 (v1) : I like that the shadow of Logan vreeps jp in AF from time to tume, but using him to sell books on a cover is assinine. Minus one star.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Uncanny X-Men #183 (v1) : Classic issue! This is one that you never forget reading.

Anyone have an idea who the dude with the 'fro on a poster in Kitty's room is?

I laughed at the bartender's shirt.
 
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Katryn Says:
Fantastic Four #144 (v1) : Quick, everyone grab your tin hats! I really hope the effects from that bomb reversed themselves, otherwise there's a whole heap of zombie people walking around. Which puts them one step ahead of Franklin. Good thing we're not worried about that this issue.
 
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Urgat Says:
X-Men #48b (v1) : This one was better than the the last one (with Iceman) because of the dialog and some little jokes were in it too
 
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Urgat Says:
X-Men #48a (v1) : I gave it 2* because the appearance of Quasimodo, surprised my quite a lot and made a good little twist for me.
 
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bill_the_cat Says:
X-Men #10 Annual : Maybe events in future issues make this good, but for this first time reader this is almost torture. I hate Mojo, Longshot, and Psylock. Any story with them seems to turn into silly anime only with cluttered backgrounds. Even though it is a comic, mouths and words seem to be out of sync. Now Longshot will be an X-man... ack ack ack.
 
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Urgat Says:
Captain America #105 (v1) : the fights on its own where decentz enough to give this Issue 2* but the fall-off to the old, "I can't live a happy life with friends and loved ones"-Steve puts it undeniably down to 1*...come on Stan, it is called character development not character degeneration
 
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Urgat Says:
Captain America #105 (v1) : Sorry guys but what is the Jesus reference some of you mentioned at the end of the Issue, i am an atheist and don't know anything about it but I still want to know where the reference is hidden...
 
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Urgat Says:
Captain America #105 (v1) : @Locust75 There is going to be a "Batroc's Brigade" ?? o.O oh please no
 
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ronano Says:
Astonishing Tales #21 (v1) : Paralysed ordinary-man projects his consciousness into an alien super being.
Was James Cameron a Marvel fan?
 
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ronano Says:
Astonishing Tales #20 (v1) : I actually liked this for a few reasons:
- The slugfest between Ka-Zar and Victorious
- Ka-Zar sticking to his principles and destroying the serum
- Bobbi kicking a bit ofa**(until the inevitable)
 
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ronano Says:
Astonishing Tales #19 (v1) : I never would have pegged Ka-Zar as a pyjama-wearer.
 
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HeffElf Says:
Super-Villain Team-Up #4 : So on page 3 panel 1 Doom briefly turns Namur into Freddy Mercury. And then everyone was calling that guy captain Riker, but he was obviously Ron Burgundy, perhaps before he became a legendary anchorman.
 
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illcom94 Says:
Marvel Team-Up #126b (v1) : +1 for the interesting art at this point in the order.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Iron Man #22 (v1) : Archie Goodwin takes first place in the Marvel Writer's Sweepstakes with this issue.

Four Stars.
 
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Allencthulhu Says:
Fantastic Four #94 (v1) : Let's see...cover date January, 1970...soooo, okay, it came out sometime between September and October, 1969. Halloween issue!

Before we start talking about how lame Wizzy and Paste-pot Pete are, remember, they took out both the Thing AND Mr. Fantastic. And they would have gotten away with it if it wasn't for that witch and her darned cat.

Four Stars
 
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owenneil Says:
Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner #2 : Wow, the leader who is arrogant, rude, unwilling to listen to counsel, and easy distracted from one crisis to another, turns out to be bad at the job. Thank goodness we never have people like that in charge in real life.
 
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phogbear Says:
Doctor Strange #43 (v2) : I hope they address Clem's power/abilities. I'm tired of seeing her being useless and needing to be rescued. Seems like she has been a disciple forever and doesn't seem to have made any progress.
 
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phogbear Says:
Doctor Strange #42 (v2) : Seems like everyone is using Bolts of Bedivlment lately.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Uncanny X-Men #250 (v1) : -Zaladane...meh.
 
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Katryn Says:
Fantastic Four #143 (v1) : Let me guess, whatever Doom tells Darkoth is going to lead to the demon siding with the FF.
Called it. Well, unless they pull a switch next issue and it was all an unnecessary trap.
 
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Russ Says:
Marvel Premiere #16 : A bunch of bad guys looking to bag a Fist for a Fistful of Dollars. A little bit of a surprise, since Meacham isn't supposed to know what happened to little Danny. But Yu-Ti is wrong; revenge is a dish best served warm with a side of fries and an ice cold beer.

I did find it a little odd that Iron Fist would parade around the city in his fighting garb. Inconspicuous much, Daniel? But he should be powerful enough to put away just about anyone without working up a sweat; his initial trouble with Mr. Scythe can probably be chalked up to a bit of inexperience against street brawlers.

4 stars. Embrace your inner dragon.
 
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owenneil Says:
Marvel Fanfare #17a (v1) : Well, glad that was over quickly, not sure how I would have handled a full series of that garbage.
 
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flushin Says:
Marvel Presents #9 (v1) : I wonder, if this planet of mutants is the same that Morbius visited in Adventure into Fear series?
 
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Saithrenslot Says:
Amazing Adventures #10 (v2) : I agree on the dangling thread bit. It's nice not to have everything wrapped up all neat and tidy all the time, as long as it's done infrequently and with more thought given to it than "how can we bait readers into buying more comics". Gives the imagination something to mull over.

Thanks for your reflections on series as they end. I find it very interesting.
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Alpha Flight #9b (v1) : Is Aurora picking up men at a Chippendales? What's up with that shirtless bartender on page 20?
 
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ClownShoes Says:
Alpha Flight #9a (v1) : Wow, this got dark! Poor Megan...
 
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grayrender Says:
Iron Man #185 (v1) : Yes, this is not behavior we want to see in Rhodey, but we are seeing some actual effort to lay groundwork for a hero fight. That in itself is worth noting.

Also, we see here a preview of the animosity that will so define Rhodey and Tony's relationship in the 90s.
 
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Trentus Says:
Bizarre Adventures #25b : A bit all over the shop but I found it surprisingly good
 
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ApocalypseNow Says:
Silver Surfer #2 (v3) : Are you telling me, that after all the Silver Surfer did to try and get back to Shalla, that he is going to give her up that easily? Seems like a cop-out way to stir up drama...
 
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