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    I'm not sure what you mean. I liked the way...

    I'm not sure what you mean. I liked the way Johnny Romita Sr. drew them back in the 60's. Spider-man was more of a fun read back then.
  2. Happy Birthday, Jack! You always knew your art...

    Happy Birthday, Jack! You always knew your art would grow in popularity!
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    We need more pin-up women like Gwen Stacy and MJ...

    We need more pin-up women like Gwen Stacy and MJ in Amazing Spider-Man.
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    Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. Back then...

    Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. Back then they could go from 64 page comics to 48 page comics. We can't blame DC Comics for paper shortages!
  5. The Punisher Lobo Nick Fury (The original...

    The Punisher
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    Nick Fury (The original 1960's version)
  6. I forgot all about this episode. Since all...

    I forgot all about this episode. Since all Superman stories are real in the DC universe, yes!, there is a Lucy in the DC Universe!!!
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    Lorna has changed, but usually it is editorial,...

    Lorna has changed, but usually it is editorial, not the writer making these sorts of changes. As The Trial of Magneto is a major X-Men book, I wonder if this is a new direction decided by editorial.
  8. I love the layout on this page. You can tell...

    I love the layout on this page. You can tell Barks did layouts for the cartoons!
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    Poll: I like Magneto as their father. That way, it...

    I like Magneto as their father. That way, it makes sense that they were members of a group calling themselves "evil." Otherwise it does not.
  10. I would go with Plastic Man. Great crazy layouts...

    I would go with Plastic Man. Great crazy layouts and nasty gangsters. What's not to love?
  11. I could picture J. Jonah Jameson, who was a...

    I could picture J. Jonah Jameson, who was a villain at least occasionally being anti-science.
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    Yes, This is a very good example of how to make...

    Yes, This is a very good example of how to make things clear. Mike Sekowsky was a master of this. There are a lot of characters here, but they were always identified well early in the issue so that...
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    Oh, Cool! I'll have to re-read that! I'm loving...

    Oh, Cool! I'll have to re-read that! I'm loving everything about your new series so far!
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    I think one of the problems is very complex art...

    I think one of the problems is very complex art because it is needed when a series is about dozens of characters at a time. It becomes too much for an artist or two to handle a put out the book on...
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    Oh no. I hadn't heard this! I loved his Superman...

    Oh no. I hadn't heard this! I loved his Superman movies!
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    I'm just hoping this series is stronger than the...

    I'm just hoping this series is stronger than the Superman comic has been this year. I'm hoping for stories about Superman rather than generic aliens I don't care about.
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    The biggest arguments I remember from my...

    The biggest arguments I remember from my childhood about comics were Marvel vs. DC. Once Jack Kirby moved over to DC with his New Gods, it didn't seem to matter as much.
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    I still like the really old Batman stories with a...

    I still like the really old Batman stories with a smiling Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder who would wisecrack as much as Spider-Man. I continue to read the current comics, but do miss those simple 13...
  19. Diversity itself is not a fad. There is no reason...

    Diversity itself is not a fad. There is no reason that more diversity in comics won't continue. Comics will want to continue reflecting the world as it is, but with super-heroes.
  20. Fantastic Four in Comic Books.

    Fantastic Four in Comic Books.
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    This looks like an expensive month for me. I was...

    This looks like an expensive month for me. I was getting concerned about my interest level in new comics, but not this time. Dark Ages, Inferno, Eternals - Thanos Rises and The Trial of Magneto all...
  22. I'm not young (in my 60's) and thought Slott's...

    I'm not young (in my 60's) and thought Slott's run was great!
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    Yeah, I've been reading comics for over 50 years....

    Yeah, I've been reading comics for over 50 years. I've caught myself being negative an new comics and people have caught me doing it as well. Very good post!!!
  24. Yes, because I was a big fan of those great...

    Yes, because I was a big fan of those great 1970's Golden Age reprints!
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    I've been in the fandom for over 50 years. In...

    I've been in the fandom for over 50 years. In those days I was told by a longtime fan that the "Golden Age" ended in 1942. But, I think that was his golden age. There have always been people...
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