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Comics in the Order: 21,212
Years Covered: 1939 - 2014
# of Titles: 1,283
# of Groups: 1,090
# of Characters: 13,894
# of Story Arcs: 655
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: Jessica Jones
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: Mys-Tech
Lowest Rated Story Arc: Shattered Fates


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Comics Read: 1,351,403 Comics Rated: 749,253
Comics Read (year): 308,713 Comics Rated (year): 194,204
Comics Read (month): 30,989 Comics Rated (month): 18,533
Comics Read (today): 978 Comics Rated (today): 716
Most Read Book: Fantastic Four #1 (v1) Most Rated Book: Fantastic Four #1 (v1)
Pages Read by Users: 28,008,670 pages  
 
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# of Users: 4,725
Newest User: rush123
Read Most Books: Rock Volnutt (19,802 read / 1.47%)
Read Most Books (year): TheTrueSuperhero (7,939 read / 2.57%)
Read Most Books (month): Letherwin (3,370 read / 10.87%)
Read Most Books (today): Skorgrim (135 read / 13.80%)
Rated Most Books: Utumieli (17,082 rated / 13.80%)
Rated Most Books (year): MadTerriers (7,111 rated / 3.66%)
Rated Most Books (month): samholmes1313 (1,087 rated / 5.87%)
Rated Most Books (today): ApocalypseNow (28 rated / 3.91%)
Total Comments: 53,108 comments
Most Comments: Redsvetz (4,245 comments / 7.99%)
Most Blurbs: jfpj1991 (1,213 blurbs)
Most Reviews: RikerDonegal (2,206 reviews)
Most Forum Posts: TStarnes (19,404 posts)
Most Synopsis: jayhoffmann (43 synopsis)
 
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butters911 Says:
Ultimate Comics X-Men #23 : Kitty has been great, and is great as a focal lead.
 
jwerth Says:
Marvel Spotlight #28 (v1) : Yeah, Conquer-Lord is really the worst, even worse than the typo in this issue that calls him Conquerer-Lord. Also, I suspect that even in the 70s a woman couldn't show up to a formal gala wearing a jumpsuit like Marlene apparently did.
 
dpaone Says:
Captain America #111 (v1) : As said by others, Steranko = awesome artwork. How realistic were the rubber masks in the 1960s and when does it stop as a regular plot device for marvel?
 
danico Says:
Avengers #256 (v1) : I was so confused when I saw on cmro that this was Terminus' first appearance?! I doubted myself and thought I was mixing him up with another character, haha
 
heman0420 Says:
Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #12 (v1) : Weak compared to what came just before in Amazing Spider-Man.
 
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jwerth Says:
Captain America #112 (v1) : From Marvel Comics: The Untold Story (page 102):

When Jim Steranko "killed" Captain America for a cliffhanger, and then missed the deadline for the following issue, Lee called Kirby in a panic. He needed a whole comic produced over the weekend. "You want me to bring him back to life?" Kirby asked. "No, keep him dead!" Lee said. Kirby complied, and turned in Captain American #112, minus its title hero, that Monday.
 
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duncanm Says:
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #1d : At first I thought it was racism that caused the man to refuse to rent a room to Shang-Chi, but in the end I believe that to not be the case. It had to do with skin colour, for sure, but not to do with race. I mean look at the guy's skin! He is clearly radioactive!
Fu Manchu sends assassins to kill Shang-Chi. Shang-Chi defeats them and swears vengeance upon Fu Manchu. Rinse. Repeat.
 
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duncanm Says:
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #1b : Well that was just dumb. So Fu-Manchu got in his helicopter, snuck into the museum while a brawl was happening, and stole a statue for the sole purpose of smashing it to piss off his son? And how did he even know his son gave a damn about it? Is the security guy on his payroll? Mind reading? Reading tea leaves?
Also, the art was atrocious! Every face looks deformed and vacant. At least it was short...
 
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RobinHoodMtl Says:
Tales of Suspense #61a (v1) :
  • That's my line "If my enemies ever knew who Iron Man really is, the factories of Tony Stark would be under constant attack!" (Tony Stark) And that would change... what? Exactly?

  • I liked to see Pepper more than willingly arm-in-arm with Happy as they just handed Iron Man their resignation.

  • Finally Stark made the move everyone thought he should have done, showing himself while hiding the rest of his body. Only took a month and a surprise visit to come up with that! Good going, big brains! A phone call never occurred to you either?

  • That is no satellite, it's a sombrero!

  • The story had an interesting build-up, with an effective cliffhanger. I do not buy that a genius such as Stark cannot simply come up with a stronger and longer-lasting power supply, but all in all, the story arc is great. At this point, I really don't know how he's going to get out of this situation and come back from the dead. No doubt that the low average score is due to the fact that for a while, the issues were not separated in two distinct stories, because the comments are quite positive about Iron Man. 4 stars.
 
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Psychopat Says:
Tales of Suspense #61a (v1) : Bladder Of Steel - Iron Man has been trapped in is armor for more than a month without a bathroom break?
 
 
 
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