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Comics in the Order: 22,608
Years Covered: 1939 - 2014
# of Titles: 1,358
# of Groups: 1,116
# of Characters: 14,300
# of Story Arcs: 664
Title with Most Issues(Stories): Marvel Comics Presents (v1)
Character in Most Issues: Spider-Man
Group in Most Issues: X-Men
Highest Rated Issue: Amazing Spider-Man #122 (v1)
Highest Rated Character: Norman Osborn (Green Goblin) (Ultimate)
Highest Rated Group: Pride
Highest Rated Story Arc: The Dark Phoenix Saga
Lowest Rated Issue: Howard the Duck #33 (v1)
Lowest Rated Character: Hedy De Vine
Lowest Rated Group: Springdale Police Department
Lowest Rated Story Arc: The Walking Wounded

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Comics Read: 1,397,876 Comics Rated: 773,416
Comics Read (year): 355,384 Comics Rated (year): 218,376
Comics Read (month): 38,622 Comics Rated (month): 19,305
Comics Read (today): 487 Comics Rated (today): 396
Most Read Book: Fantastic Four #1 (v1) Most Rated Book: Fantastic Four #1 (v1)
Pages Read by Users: 28,887,535 pages  
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# of Users: 4,764
Newest User: mcdrunkin
Read Most Books: Rock Volnutt (20,324 read / 1.45%)
Read Most Books (year): TheTrueSuperhero (8,306 read / 2.34%)
Read Most Books (month): Zero_Wolf (6,097 read / 15.79%)
Read Most Books (today): XDrake (27 read / 5.54%)
Rated Most Books: Utumieli (17,082 rated / 5.54%)
Rated Most Books (year): MadTerriers (7,550 rated / 3.46%)
Rated Most Books (month): Veidt (1,174 rated / 6.08%)
Rated Most Books (today): Rotheart (26 rated / 6.57%)
Total Comments: 54,246 comments
Most Comments: Redsvetz (4,249 comments / 7.83%)
Most Blurbs: jfpj1991 (1,213 blurbs)
Most Reviews: RikerDonegal (2,280 reviews)
Most Forum Posts: TStarnes (19,660 posts)
Most Synopsis: Gym1963 (43 synopsis)
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ThunderZtorm Says:
The Mighty World of Marvel #15a (v2) : Shame we won't hear more of the Scotts. I guess that's a good thing though, now we can imagine they got a nice, quiet place far away from heroes and villains :P
cdolphy Says:
Amazing Spider-Man #92 (v1) : Is this the first Marvel misunderstanding that both seemed like a honest misunderstanding and had an appropriate (short and causing destruction) fight?
MattDog37 Says:
Giant-Size X-Men #1 : This was the single issue I looked forward to reading more than anything else in the order. I thought it was pretty good, not great, mainly because I really didn't care for that living island thing. I really wanted there to be a better villain setup.
Russ Says:
Tales of Suspense #87a (v1) : Shades of the 1970 Doctor Who serial "Inferno". Very similar storyline until the Mole Man shows up. (Of course, this story came first)

3 stars for the artwork.
Russ Says:
Tales to Astonish #91b (v1) : This story was a bit of a disappointment after last issue's set-up. Still pretty good though, New motto to the story for Abomination: never accept rides from Strangers.
jwerth Says:
Fantastic Four #105 (v1) : I agree with Daredevil, the fact that most of the FF were ignoring the monster threat sucked a lot of the tension out of this plot. And the B plot - Crystal goes home, Torch flips out, Reed trying to change the Thing back - just felt like a repeat of past stories. I liked the character interactions, but the plot seemed poorly constructed to me.
Redsvetz Says:
Marvel Fanfare #19 (v1) : -This book is fine, but I'm beginning to tire of C&D's one-dimensional storylines.
duncanm Says:
Werewolf by Night #26 (v1) : Not to mention Hangman kidnaps a man from a hospital who was just in a coma for a month so that he can murder him, but wont do it while he's asleep since that would be "treachery".
So the werewolf does just as well against the super-powered DePrayve as he does against regular people...weird. Likewise he is able to track the Hangman across the city to his lair, but as soon as DePrayve is out of sight, he's lost him.
john54542 Says:
Werewolf by Night #26 (v1) : I found this issue disappointing. They had a chance to mix thing up a little with the chemical that Jack drank, but it didn't seem to make one bit of difference. What was the point of this storyline? A non-sensical free for all? It barely made 3 stars for me.
duncanm Says:
Werewolf by Night #25 (v1) : Man, because the plan worked so well last issue, you're going to wait a month just so that you can do it again?
The funny thing is that I actually kind of enjoy this series, and I find it interesting enough, but the stupidity of some of the plotting is just ridiculous.
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