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Comics in the Order: 17,074
Years Covered: 1939 - 2014
# of Titles: 957
# of Groups: 763
# of Characters: 9,501
# of Story Arcs: 556
Title with Most Issues(Stories): Marvel Comics Presents (v1)
Character in Most Issues: Spider-Man
Group in Most Issues: Fantastic Four
Highest Rated Issue: Daredevil #190 (v1)
Highest Rated Character: Black Widow (Ultimate)
Highest Rated Group: European Defense Force (Ultimate)
Highest Rated Story Arc: The Death of Gwen Stacy
Lowest Rated Issue: Howard the Duck #33 (v1)
Lowest Rated Character: Ormond Wychwood
Lowest Rated Group: Mys-Tech
Lowest Rated Story Arc: The Jericho Syndrome
 
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Comics Read (year): 0 Comics Rated (year): 0
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Comics Read (today): 0 Comics Rated (today): 0
Most Read Book: Fantastic Four #1 (v1) Most Rated Book: Fantastic Four #1 (v1)
Pages Read by Users: 20,212,402 pages  
 
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# of Users: 3,966
Newest User: Jdbruce
Read Most Books: Rock Volnutt (15,554 read / 1.68%)
Read Most Books (year): bharbeke (10,910 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (month): walmer92 (1,545 read / 0.00%)
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Most Comments: Redsvetz (3,897 comments / 10.21%)
Most Blurbs: jfpj1991 (1,191 blurbs)
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Aldous Says:
Tales of Suspense #72a (v1) : If Happy Hogan was able to deduce Iron Man's secret identity, does that make him smarter than the Thinker?
 
alendor Says:
Iron Man #54 (v1) : Ah damn - I found the issue, and character, so uninteresting that I didn't even check the character listing - my bad. But the idea of Moondragon starting out as a character named MacEvil felt just... wrong. Now, with issue 55 in mind, it would be interesting to find out why Marvel chose Iron Man to suddenly be the showcase/introduction for a significant amount of cosmic characters...
 
Drax Says:
Iron Man #54 (v1) : Your first instincts weren't wrong.
 
alendor Says:
Iron Man #55 (v1) : Oh I'm so torn on this issue. It has the first appearance of some many significant characters but the issue as a standalone story seems rushed (considering the epic and cosmic scope) and frankly slightly confusing, at least for me. Why did Raga get two issues while this only gets one? But the characters forces me against logic to still give the issue 3 stars.
 
jwerth Says:
Marvel Premiere #3 : Stan's writing is still corny, but man it's good to have Dr. Strange back. This was a really fun one, with a twist that was executed much better than in the days when Stan wrote the original Dr. Strange stories.
 
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Drax Says:
Avengers #110 (v1) : Good story but Don Heck's art is terrible. Especially the eyes in the first few pages.
 
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Redsvetz Says:
Ultimate X-Men #17 : -I liked this issue. David seems like quite a formidable foe. Why no listing for him in the appearances tab, though? Is that in itself a spoiler?
 
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Locust75 Says:
Tales of Suspense #83b (v1) : Just 2 stars for the Tumbler...I suggest listing to Culture Club's "I Tumble 4 Ya!" while reading this story.

No Brainer - I think the Tumbler and the Acrobat should team up as the new and improved "Torrid Twosome"!!!

Adapting - Did the Tumbler's tale put the Adaptoid in sleep mode???

Bound - When Cap was trying to get out of the ropes; I guess he forgot about his razor sharp boots. That are great for you know, cutting ropes and stuff...(TOS 59)

Fraud - Cap should've known that Jarvis was a fake last issue. He kept talking about working for Master Stark. When everyone knows that they can't stand each other! You never see them together!!!

'Nuff Said - "I'll demolish you for this--!"-The Tumbler...he tumbles 4 ya
 
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specialque Says:
Tales of Suspense #83b (v1) : Aside from being mildly impressed by his juggler's-pin dodging skills, the Tumbler left me limp.
 
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TheGrandIgloo Says:
Tales of Suspense #83b (v1) : Yay, dense exposition page on a character that nobody could conceivably care about!
 
 
 
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