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Comics in the Order: 29,742
Years Covered: 1939 - 2014
# of Titles: 1,935
# of Groups: 1,535
# of Characters: 19,363
# of Story Arcs: 714
% of Comics on MU: 50.04%
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: 1,960,590 Comics Rated: 1,088,453
Comics Read (year): 401,488 Comics Rated (year): 242,290
Comics Read (month): 33,444 Comics Rated (month): 21,821
Comics Read (today): 11 Comics Rated (today): 8
Last Read: Captain America #153 (v1) Last Rated: Captain America #153 (v1)
Pages Read by Users: 39,080,868 pages  
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# of Users: 5,610
Newest User: 7hm
Read Most Books: Rock Volnutt (24,200 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (year): bharbeke (17,294 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (month): Rotheart (2,417 read / 0.00%)
Read Most Books (today): Geniasis (3 read / 37.50%)
Rated Most Books: bharbeke (22,909 rated / 37.50%)
Rated Most Books (year): bharbeke (17,295 rated / 0.00%)
Rated Most Books (month): jack851 (3,540 rated / 0.00%)
Rated Most Books (today): Geniasis (3 read / 0.00%)
Total Comments: 70,680 comments
Most Comments: TheAmazingGatorMan (5,720 comments / 8.09%)
Most Blurbs: jfpj1991 (1,275 blurbs)
Most Reviews: RikerDonegal (3,099 reviews)
Most Forum Posts: TStarnes (21,872 posts)
Most Synopsis: Gym1963 (42 synopsis)
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Ice Says:
Captain America Comics #55a : =His hands are randomly pretty big, so they can pick up special vibrations, leading to a life of crime.

Sometimes, you just have stop and appreciate the oddity of these old books.
Ice Says:
Captain America Comics #54b : There's something very strange and cool about seeing two of the most important creators in the history of the Distinguished Competition, Carmine Infantino and Bill Finger, credited for collaborating on a Human Torch story in Captain America Comics.

This one was a little bit of a let down after Finger's really great "telepathic typewriter" Cap and Bucky story. But, the twist was pretty good.
MrGeekBoi Says:
Incredible Hulk #380 (v1) : This is quite possibly my favorite issue of The Hulk and what chutzpah to have an issue where the title character doesn't even appear! Also smack-dab in the middle of my favorite Hulk arc.
Ice Says:
Captain America Comics #52a : Like previous commentators, I just had to say this is an original, interesting story. This is easily the best Cap story I've seen in a long time here. It's trippy and reminiscent of Kirby's best Vision stories. This had a good pace for a longer story in this era, plus surprisingly good dialogue.

"Nothing physical can destroy an idea." I lvoe when comics get kind of...meta. Any time a story starts getting into something where people's perceptions and ideas start to impact the reality of the comic world, I just love it.

The artwork was sloppy and the coloring was really spotty. I notice Cap's mask holes are mistakenly way too big on the cover thanks to bad coloring. It looks creepy. Plus, one panel has only one of Cap's pantlegs colored blue. It looks like he only put on half of his pants!
dadoodoflow Says:
Marvel Premiere #15 : - Gil Kane bringing the pain, with Dick Giordano toning down some of his excess
- Dad bouncing off the cliff is pretty brutal
- "Husband-less woman" why choose that over widow?
- Not bad ...was expecting a lot less
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
US 1 #3 : If truckin' was this excitin', I'd had done it as a career. I'll leave the flaming to retread, though. 1 star.
duncanm Says:
Marvel Premiere #16 : Uncle Yu-Ti is so very kind, yet looks distractingly evil. This is literally the first time I've seen a good guy wear a shroud like that.
Who needs expensive and time consuming tattoos? Hug an immortal serpent today! Though I don't understand one thing about the mark. Why is Danny's mark facing the same way as the symbol on the monk's robes? I would think that the mark on the serpent and their mark would match, but it doesn't, and the only reason Danny's was that way was because he was hugging the serpent so it mirrored onto him and I've gone cross-eyed...
Drax Says:
Marvel Premiere #16 : I really loved how they alternate between the story and Iron Fist's flashback, but this would be even more awesome without that narration style.
TheAmazingGatorMan Says:
US 1 #2 : Jesus tap dancing Christ.... this was bad.
duncanm Says:
Marvel Premiere #15 : Okay, so I hope they had a good shrink for Danny in K'un Lun, because that kind of stuff will break a kid. Have to admit though, as heroic as Heather's sacrifice was, I really don't understand why she made it. She ran for the bridge saying that maybe the wolves wouldn't cross it, and then when she's halfway across and they haven't followed, she turns around, jumps off the bridge, and basically offers herself to them. Not even fighting to maybe give her son a better chance at escape, but just accepts she's gonna get eaten.
Not sure about that choice between immortality and death. There has to be some kind of hitch, right?
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