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Comics in the Order: 26,887
Years Covered: 1939 - 2014
# of Titles: 1,654
# of Groups: 1,349
# of Characters: 16,807
# of Story Arcs: 696
% of Comics on MU: 47.74%
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: Guardians of the Galaxy
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: 1,678,499 Comics Rated: 925,822
Comics Read (year): 115,896 Comics Rated (year): 78,630
Comics Read (month): 39,013 Comics Rated (month): 23,068
Comics Read (today): 1,984 Comics Rated (today): 1,065
Last Read: Combat Casey #10a Last Rated: Combat Casey #10a
Pages Read by Users: 33,648,398 pages  
 
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# of Users: 5,185
Newest User: ouchmyfeels
Read Most Books: Rock Volnutt (22,556 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (year): specspi (3,922 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (month): Philipglasgow (3,598 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (today): DerryDonovan (844 read / 79.25%)
Rated Most Books: Utumieli (17,082 rated / 79.25%)
Rated Most Books (year): Trentus (2,875 rated / 0.00%)
Rated Most Books (month): bharbeke (2,170 rated / 0.00%)
Rated Most Books (today): DerryDonovan (910 read / 0.00%)
Total Comments: 61,996 comments
Most Comments: TheAmazingGatorMan (4,645 comments / 7.49%)
Most Blurbs: jfpj1991 (1,276 blurbs)
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alendor Says:
X-Terminators #4 : Inferno are getting more and more weird like a demonic scifi story
 
RobinHoodMtl Says:
Young Allies #2a (v1) : This story is so full of plot holes I won't even bother to list them!
 
philvt101 Says:
Journey into Mystery #92 (v1) : If he can carve a hammer out of solid rock with his fingertips, why would he need any weapon besides his bare hands to fight anything?
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Spider-Woman #45 (v1) : You can't spell "This sucks" without the 'S', 'H', 'I' or 'T'.
 
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
Power Man and Iron Fist #83 (v1) : Deducted a star for the lack of an epic fight at the end. The face shots were good, but I wanted some hot action!
 
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skalchemist Says:
Tomb of Dracula #9 (v1) : The sight of Dracula rapping with Dave about his life was just awful. He is freaking Dracula! Trying to make him sympathetic is not only a waste of time, it really misses the point.
 
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duncanm Says:
Tomb of Dracula #9 (v1) : A weird book...seemed completely out of character for Dracula to be friendly to anyone, even someone who is helping him. We've been shown the opposite many times, him having open contempt for their perceived weakness. Also what was the point of making those 2 vampires?
The story Drac was telling the priest while the images were showing the truth of what happened was very clever though, and I loved that he would lie about the fact that the bikers beat him up and tossed him in the river.
 
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GroovyGolem Says:
Thor #146a (v1) : That splash page of Thor looked like Ka-Zar!

The poor guy though... He seemed so excited to get a costume on Page 2, only to be completely crestfallen to see what a cheap imitation it was. "There is nothing left to say." :-(

And I don't see why he's complaining on Page 3. You CHOSE to join the circus, Thor! I think he should have put a little more thought into it. Construction, for example. He even has his own hammer.

I love how Marvel cops are always so miffed that they can't shoot anyone because no one is breaking any laws (Pg9/P3).

I gotta hand it to Thor on Pg7/P3 though... Not many guys would be able to see their ex-GF reach for another guy's nuts and keep it cool.

 
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Locust75 Says:
Thor #145a (v1) : 2 stars for the Enchanters getting the hook for the Circus of Crime to take center stage! Also, for the Tales of Asgard going out with a whimper...

Cover Me - Watch out world! Thor's got his sassy pants on!!

No Prize - It's the Great Gambonnos, not Gambinos!! Gambino is the Human Cannonball...

Rushed - I wonder why the need to get to Inhumans stories so quick? They couldn't of wait a couple of more issues to end Mogul's tale properly!??

Abracadabra- So, Hogun knows magic spells??

'Nuff Said - "Thor--in an elevator--?!!"-Steven Tyler
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
Thor #145a (v1) : Odin went full BRIAN BLESSED. You never go full BRIAN BLESSED.
 
 
 
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