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Comics in the Order: 18,262
Years Covered: 1939 - 2014
# of Titles: 1,099
# of Groups: 842
# of Characters: 10,492
# of Story Arcs: 583
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: European Defense Force (Ultimate)
Highest Rated Story Arc: The Death of Gwen Stacy
Lowest Rated Issue: Howard the Duck #33 (v1)
Lowest Rated Character: Brendan Rathcoole
Lowest Rated Group: Slingers
Lowest Rated Story Arc: The Biohazard Agenda


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Comics Read: 1,095,517 Comics Rated: 587,052
Comics Read (year): 48,806 Comics Rated (year): 29,801
Comics Read (month): 9,709 Comics Rated (month): 5,721
Comics Read (today): 559 Comics Rated (today): 403
Most Read Book: Fantastic Four #1 (v1) Most Rated Book: Fantastic Four #1 (v1)
Pages Read by Users: 23,280,740 pages  
 
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# of Users: 4,266
Newest User: CaptWauXXaU
Read Most Books: Rock Volnutt (16,669 read / 1.52%)
Read Most Books (year): Videophile (2,456 read / 5.03%)
Read Most Books (month): jareth (532 read / 5.48%)
Read Most Books (today): Vancelot (59 read / 10.55%)
Rated Most Books: Utumieli (16,077 rated / 10.55%)
Rated Most Books (year): frank010102 (1,114 rated / 3.74%)
Rated Most Books (month): doctordcp (439 rated / 7.67%)
Rated Most Books (today): Vancelot (54 rated / 13.40%)
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Most Comments: Redsvetz (4,040 comments / 9.15%)
Most Blurbs: jfpj1991 (1,190 blurbs)
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edrlima Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : "Though I've promissed myself never to interfere..."
Karen Page, the watcher
Pg 4, panel 1
 
Vancelot Says:
Giant-Size Defenders #4 : The Hulk in Defenders > Hulk in his own comic.
 
Durango55 Says:
Avengers #89 (v1) : Unsurprisingly, the whole "radiation absorption due to prolonged exposure to the Negative Zone" is subsequently dropped, seeing how Reed (and later the entire FF) have extended stays there.
 
podgejeff Says:
Marvel Super Action #1c (v1) : Yeah, Dominic Fortune is boring. And I'm not entirely sure why, either. Something's just off.
 
podgejeff Says:
Howard the Duck #3 (v1) : I'd read Howard and find it believable any day over the original Strange Tales run.

I'm shocked I'm enjoying this comic as much as I am.
 
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duncanm Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : Well, I like the title.
So DD can just jump out of that time-space? Well then why couldn't he just jump into it to get the other people out when they were trapped? And how does that make him get back to ours out of the infinite possible ones?
Jesus, does Karen get a huge raise if Foggy becomes DA? She can let the guy grieve for ten freaking minutes.
So why did everyone else come back fine, but Deb is stuck out of phase? And how does she even know that's what's happening?
Since Daredevil's gone there's nobody else that can fight you guys? More likely that the dozens of other heroes in New York simply wouldn't stoop to fight someone at your level.
With all the times Matt has gone missing for periods of time, why does Karen decide that this time would be okay to break into his place and snoop around?
No Stan, Daredevil's plan doesn't sound complicated. Simply stupid.
Okay so yay, Mike is dead! But you also killed Daredevil genius. I don't even want to think of what kind of stupid idea they're going to come up with for this one.
 
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leisch Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : I think the fact that they ended the Mike Murdock fiasco is used as proof of the existence of a benevolent God in philosophy classes.
Now we get to see how they explain that there's another DD next issue. And I'm sure Matt will be expected to be in morning.
 
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chrys Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : As much as I'd like to rate this higher for getting rid of Mike, I think the way it was done was very poor and senseless. His decision to get rid of the Mike identity is completely out of the blue, on a whim.
 
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Xythe Says:
Daredevil #41 (v1) : Bonus stars awarded for removing Mike Murdock.
 
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gloomyharvester Says:
X-Men #28 (v1) : I get that Ogre is a details man but it seems like when you are in a hurry to escape before the X-Men regain consciousness, taking time to tie up the legs of a paralyzed man is an unnecessary precaution.
 
 
 
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