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Comics in the Order: 28,737
Years Covered: 1939 - 2014
# of Titles: 1,870
# of Groups: 1,454
# of Characters: 18,358
# of Story Arcs: 708
% of Comics on MU: 49.48%
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: Green Goblin (Norman Osborn) (Ultimate)
Highest Rated Group: Pride
Highest Rated Story Arc: The Dark Phoenix Saga
Lowest Rated Issue: Marvel Super-Heroes #15d (v2)
Lowest Rated Character: Lorna (Golden Age)
Lowest Rated Group: Springdale Police Department
Lowest Rated Story Arc: Heart and Soul


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Comics Read: 1,853,475 Comics Rated: 1,022,486
Comics Read (year): 293,460 Comics Rated (year): 176,276
Comics Read (month): 45,434 Comics Rated (month): 24,819
Comics Read (today): 1,400 Comics Rated (today): 659
Last Read: X-Men #2 (v2) Last Rated: X-Men #2 (v2)
Pages Read by Users: 37,041,892 pages  
 
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# of Users: 5,443
Newest User: EmmEssGee
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Read Most Books (year): bharbeke (16,789 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (month): adie (7,620 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (today): Spideypool (248 read / 37.63%)
Rated Most Books: bharbeke (22,404 rated / 37.63%)
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Total Comments: 67,616 comments
Most Comments: TheAmazingGatorMan (5,361 comments / 7.93%)
Most Blurbs: jfpj1991 (1,275 blurbs)
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J-Smack Says:
Strange Tales #146a (v1) : Oh, AIM, if only you knew your fate fifty years later.
 
Russ Says:
Shanna the She-Devil #5 (v1) : And the series ends on a very strange note. I was a little amused at Nekra's love/hate relationship with Shanna; she loves to hate! I wonder if nobody asked her to the prom her senior year in high school.

@TheAmazingGatorMan: Actually, I think it makes you Marilyn Manson.

2 stars, and a final grade of C- for the series. Shanna goes 5 issues where the other two female-centric series go 4 each. I understand all three series were cancelled due to low sales, but as @leisch implied, they could've tried to stick with at least one series and shored it up with better writing. Again, the premise behind Shanna wasn't bad, if unoriginal. Her self-reflection was interesting in light of this being the final issue, as her purpose changes soon. Hopefully she's still the same fighter down the line when she dumps Patrick for that British guy with the funny looking kitty cat.

Final note: odd coincidence that after the final issue of this female-led comic, that the next issue in the Order is where a female character truly makes comics history.
 
JWC Says:
Silver Surfer #29 (v3) : I was hanging out, quietly letting this issue wash harmlessly over me, and then:

"He allows anger to ride him like a rabid monkey."

I cannot unsee that which I have seen. This is the first day of the rest of my life.
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Incredible Hulk #295 (v1) : Ooh, a bunch of nasty hulks! This should get interesting.
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Iron Man #182 (v1) : It's amazing thinking about the differences between when these comics came out and now. The sanders of drinking and smoking while pregnant were not yet known, and baby car seats were only suggestions. My dad was telling me how they'd hold me in their arms in the front seat of his pickup truck. One minor accident, and babies would have been windshield splatter back then!
 
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Spernst Says:
Strange Tales #146b (v1) : The news that Dormammu will be in the Dr. Strange movie made me wet my fanboy underoos
 
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kungfufan Says:
Strange Tales #146a (v1) : ugh... I haven't missed this banter at all! And Nick and Dum Dum look a little too young considering how they're portrayed in SFatHB (somehow that abbreviation looks offensive...)
 
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Locust75 Says:
Strange Tales #146a (v1) : 2 stars for the Dreaded Dormammu vs. the Endless Eternity!!!

Cover Me - That cover is like, far out, man!!!

Home Sweet Home - So, is the Subcosmos like a suburb??

Out With A Bang - Bravo, Mr. Ditko, bravo!!!

'Nuff Said - "Choose any...save Mordo!"-The Ancient One
 
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Robareid Says:
Strange Tales #146a (v1) : That Strange story was really weird. It felt like they just rushed everything to basically give an end to everything, when it didn't really make too much sense. I'm guessing it was because Ditko was leaving and they wanted a fresh start.
 
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Webslinger Says:
Strange Tales #146a (v1) : For Fury this conspiracy plot involving high level politicians and alike is much better than crazy organizations like Hydra, as for Strange, it was had some very good art and Ditko tied many loose ends in the way he wanted before departing.
 
 
 
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