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Character in Most Issues: Phil Coulson
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Highest Rated Listing: The Avengers
Lowest Rated Listing: Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude #2

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Listings Read: 28,607 ListingsRated: 15,904
Listings Read (year): 8,066 Listings Rated (year): 4,541
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Listings Read (today): 10 Listings Rated (today): 7
Most Read Listings: Iron Man Most Rated Listings: Iron Man
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billstar2 Says:
The Devil Complex: AOS...WTH. Lol. This season is both amazing and hard to follow if you're a casual viewer. Think this season should be called Ghosts of Episodes Past. Also, I'm sad because I'm all caught up on AOS. Have to wait like everyone else.
Chademe Says:
The Devil Complex: Did not see that coming. The variety of plot twists in this show continue to amaze me.
billstar2 Says:
Principia: Decent episode. This season continues to confuse me with its nonlinear approach to story. How we don't end up with some sort of paradox or a Days of Future Past type thing I'm unsure.
billstar2 Says:
Black Panther: I guess I'm one of the few who enjoyed this movie but it was just okay. Great effects, battles, fight scenes and the like but guess what...heroes with daddy issues. Are there no other plots out there? I'd think abandonment would be a bigger deal with most.

Still a good movie and it did cover some other heavy topics like slavery, oppression, and prejudice. Also, Black Panther and their society freely embrace killing unlike most heroes in the MCU universe.

T'Challa: We can still heal you...
Erik Killmonger: Why, so you can lock me up? Nah. Just bury me in the ocean with my ancestors who jumped from ships, 'cause they knew death was better than bondage.
Alex Daily Says:
Avengers: Infinity War Prelude #2: No new information, but I do appreciate the recap on this one, even if the movie is likely to go over the same information.
billstar2 Says:
Spider-Man: Homecoming Prelude #2: Perhaps, "Civil War, A Spider's Point of View". A couple inner comments we don't see/hear on screen but not much beyond that.
billstar2 Says:
Captain America: Road to War: I agree. It was average at best. With the way it opened I thought it was going to be another recap everyone's abilities comic.
billstar2 Says:
Ant-Man - Scott Lang: Small Time: Kinda funny story.
billstar2 Says:
Guardians of the Galaxy: Top five favorite Marvel movies. I've often said that aside from the humor, if not for the soundtrack this would be a big mashup of sci-if tropes that wouldn't make a good big budget movie. The music was perfect for it and saves it for me.

Gamora: It's dangerous and illegal work, suitable only for outlaws.
Peter Quill: Well, I come from a planet of outlaws: Billy the Kid, Bonnie and Clyde, John Stamos.

Rocket Raccoon: Well he don't know talkin' good like me and you, so his vocabulistics is limited to "I" and "am" and "Groot," exclusively in that order.

Rocket Raccoon: Well now I'm standing. Happy? We're all standing now. Bunch of jackasses, standing in a circle.
billstar2 Says:
One of Us: Another great example of what I thought this show would be like or how I expected the season to end. Lot of build up to nothing. Lots of potential but fumbles the end for me. Pun intended.
"I might sound bat guano crazy."
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