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Location: Ekaterinburg, Russia Joined: Apr 18, 2021 About Me: Marvel fan, but now I'm trying to read other publishers too. For example, Image. For now, I mostly trying to reread comics, that I read years before joining this site, but sometimes I read something new too. My plans can be found here: https://readcomiconline.li/MyList/229969

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Green Goblin reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #39 Nov 30, 2021
9.0

It really doesn't need any dialogues. This issue is great. Simple and grounded, but great. The cover is cool too. I would say that it's a "talking cover"... You know... Talking...

Amazing Spider-Man #39

By: J. Michael Straczynski, John Romita Jr.
Released: Mar 13, 2002

'NUFF SAID Silent Issue! MJ, while trying to forgive Peter, leads the empty life of a famous super-model. Peter, who misses MJ terribly, goes on battling crime as Spider-Man.

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Green Goblin reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #38 Nov 30, 2021
10

This is an iconic issue. But I remember that in Amazing Fantasy #15 Ben was shot in his own house and Peter knew it, isn't he? Hm... But it doesn't make this comic worse for me.

Amazing Spider-Man #38

By: J. Michael Straczynski, John Romita Jr.
Released: Feb 6, 2002

Aunt May knows that Peter is Spider-Man. She isn't happy about it.

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Green Goblin reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #37 Nov 30, 2021
10

I dunno, it's just got me... And I'm reading this not for the first time and not even for the second.

Amazing Spider-Man #37

By: J. Michael Straczynski, John Romita Jr.
Released: Jan 9, 2002

Aunt May discovers Peter, battered and bruised, in his Spider-Man suit. One of Peter's students is abandoned by her parents to fend for herself on the streets of New York.

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Green Goblin reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #36 Nov 30, 2021
7.5

Just a boring 9/11 speech, that interrupts the series. But yeah, it was inspiring. I mean, it could be more inspiring without Doctor Doom crying and etc. Do you really think that it's a nice idea? Imagine Stalin crying about deaths of the innocents. Ha! He's just a tyrant, that executes his own civilians every day.

Amazing Spider-Man #36

By: J. Michael Straczynski, John Romita Jr.
Released: Oct 31, 2001

The web-slinger struggles with the most horrific tragedy ever to befall his city: the events of Sept. 11.

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5.0

This was very boring. And not only because this is a double sized comic, it's just boring and very fickle, I didn't understand many of the scenes here. And almost every page or two the scene is changing. There's also no conclusion at all, so you need to read the next part of the story, but where? There's no label like "to be continued in x-men #nnn..." or something... Just "to be continued", but w more

House Of M: The Day After #1

By: Chris Claremont, Randy Green
Released: Nov 9, 2005

See the first real glimpse into the entire Marvel Universe, post-House of M. Featuring New Excalibur, X-Factor, Generation M, and more!

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Green Goblin reviewed House Of M Collected Nov 29, 2021
9.0

This book is arguable. Very arguable. I think, this is hard to love it after the first reading. But if you give it another try after a while, when all these Bendis decisions are not bother you anymore, then you will really understand the greatness of it. Art is awesome. Storytelling is awesome. Every part of this story is important and if you read all tie-ins and back-up stories of this event, the more

House Of M Collected

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel

Collects House of M (2005) #1-8. The Scarlet Witch is out of control, and the fate of the entire world is in her hands. Will Magneto help his daughter or use her powers to his own benefit? Starring the Astonishing X-Men and the New Avengers!

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Mout reviewed House Of M #8 Aug 28, 2021
5.0

An intire event just to bring back Hawkeye, shake up the Mutants status quo and to have Wolverine remembering his life 😒. Also, Magneto acting like he would never aprove this new reality, really? The guy who always have hated humans? Really?! I've always liked Civil War and I hope it holds up in my re-read later this year

House Of M #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Nov 2, 2005

Here it is! On the heels of last issue's revelations and the jaw-dropping action taken by a key player in the House of M comes the shocking conclusion that will rock the Marvel Universe for years to come. This is no hype, my friend, this is the real deal. How will the heroes of the Marvel Universe deal with the consequences of one person's actions?...

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Green Goblin - Nov 29, 2021

Also this event gave us a new universe with almost 60+ back-up comics in many ongoing series of that time, so that's still not that pointless.

Green Goblin reviewed House Of M #8 Nov 29, 2021
9.5

This was a very solid aftermath issue. I can disagree with some decisions and think that they are too radical, but at the same time I see the great comic with an awesome storytelling... I think it deserves more love.

House Of M #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Nov 2, 2005

Here it is! On the heels of last issue's revelations and the jaw-dropping action taken by a key player in the House of M comes the shocking conclusion that will rock the Marvel Universe for years to come. This is no hype, my friend, this is the real deal. How will the heroes of the Marvel Universe deal with the consequences of one person's actions?...

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Green Goblin reviewed House Of M #7 Nov 29, 2021
9.0

This is epic and all, but it's just too weird. So many arguable decisions... I would rate it lower years ago, but now I think, that 9 is the best I can and want to give it.

House Of M #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Oct 12, 2005

The staggering conclusion to the Marvel event of the decade starts here. The heroes have gathered around the forces of the House of M. But who was really responsible for these heinous crimes against humanity?? And will the world ever be the same again?

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Blob rated House Of M #6 Oct 11, 2021
1.0

House Of M #6

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Sep 28, 2005

Through the mysterious powers of a young girl named Layla Miller, a group of heroes have been shown the truth about how life used to be. Rocked by the revelation of what has occurred, the heroes head to Genosha to face Magneto in a do-or-die mission, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance.

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Green Goblin - Nov 29, 2021

Do you think it's really cool to use almost only 1 and 10?

Green Goblin rated House Of M #6 Nov 29, 2021
9.0

House Of M #6

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Sep 28, 2005

Through the mysterious powers of a young girl named Layla Miller, a group of heroes have been shown the truth about how life used to be. Rocked by the revelation of what has occurred, the heroes head to Genosha to face Magneto in a do-or-die mission, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance.

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Ryan reviewed House Of M #5 Dec 13, 2018
10

Don't know why this gets so much hate I love House of M

House Of M #5

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Aug 10, 2005

The comic event of the decade continues. The Marvel Universe has indeed been rocked to its very core and more and more rebels join to rise up against what has happened. But can Spider-Man handle the truth about his life as it is and his life as it was? The fallout will shock you! Also, the rebels have gathered and are ready to fight! But who is beh...

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Green Goblin - Nov 29, 2021

The same here. I didn't like it, when I was a kid. I mean, I didn't hate it, I just wanted something different. But when I reread it the n-th time now after almost ten years since the first reading - I really like it. Maybe they just should give this book the second chance...

Green Goblin reviewed House Of M #5 Nov 29, 2021
9.5

Epic. Especially everything about Peter.

House Of M #5

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Aug 10, 2005

The comic event of the decade continues. The Marvel Universe has indeed been rocked to its very core and more and more rebels join to rise up against what has happened. But can Spider-Man handle the truth about his life as it is and his life as it was? The fallout will shock you! Also, the rebels have gathered and are ready to fight! But who is beh...

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Green Goblin reviewed House Of M #4 Nov 29, 2021
9.5

Amazing

House Of M #4

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Jul 20, 2005

The fate of the entire world rests on the shoulders of one young girl, the newest of new mutants, Layla Miller. She is about to become the most important person in the Marvel Universe and this is her first appearance. Starring the entire Marvel Universe.

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Green Goblin reviewed House Of M #3 Nov 29, 2021
7.5

This feels kinda messed up for me, but definitely not bad.

House Of M #3

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Jul 6, 2005

The world has turned upside-down and only two people know the truth. Follow Wolverine as he tries to piece together the mystery of the House of M, but first he must figure out -- who are his friends and who are foes?

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Mout reviewed House Of M #2 Aug 27, 2021
8.5

Perfect worldbuilding

House Of M #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Jun 22, 2005

And two weeks later, the very next chapter! The world turns upside-down... be here to see it happen. This series features every X-Man and Avenger you can think of!!

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Ryan reviewed House Of M #2 Dec 13, 2018
10

I don't know why this isn't issue 1 and the real issue 1 wasn't issue 0 because this really feels like a first issue. And it works perfectly

House Of M #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Jun 22, 2005

And two weeks later, the very next chapter! The world turns upside-down... be here to see it happen. This series features every X-Man and Avenger you can think of!!

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Green Goblin - Nov 29, 2021

It would be super confusing if we didn't know how it began, so this couldn't be issue 1

Green Goblin reviewed House Of M #2 Nov 29, 2021
8.5

Well, it's just the demonstration of this new world through many different characters. It was cool.

House Of M #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Jun 22, 2005

And two weeks later, the very next chapter! The world turns upside-down... be here to see it happen. This series features every X-Man and Avenger you can think of!!

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Green Goblin reviewed House Of M #1 Nov 29, 2021
9.0

It's a good and solid set-up for the series. No action, but it's super intriguing.

P.S. why the hell did they cut half of the frame on the page before X-Men met Avengers?

House Of M #1

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Jun 1, 2005

The Avengers and the X-Men are faced with a common foe that becomes their greatest threat: Wanda Maximoff! The Scarlet Witch is out of control and the fate of the entire world is in her hands. Will Magneto help his daughter or use her powers to his own benefit? Starring the Astonishing X-Men and the New Avengers!!

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Green Goblin is now following Matsuro Nov 28, 2021

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Green Goblin added Olivier Coipel to their creator watch list Nov 28, 2021
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8.0

It was partially awesome and partially bad. Can't say that it's really worth reading alone, but if you read Alias before, then you definitely should read this book too.

The Pulse The Complete Collection

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Brent Anderson

Collects Pulse #1-9, #11-14 & New Avengers Annual (2006) #1.

Jessica Jones, breakout star of Brian Michael Bendis' hit series Alias, is back! And the ex-super hero-turned-private investigator is starting a new chapter in her life - working for the Daily Bugle's new super hero section, The Pulse! Jessica's first assignment: to uncover...

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Green Goblin reviewed New Avengers Annual #1 Nov 28, 2021
7.0

I dunno, I wish it would be more about wedding and not just another fight with some crazy woman. Also, Coipel here feels much worse for me, than in House of M. I wonder why...

New Avengers Annual #1

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel
Released: Apr 30, 2006

AVENGERS TOWER becomes the ultimate battleground as the New Avengers are targeted by one of their most fiercest new enemies yet. The all new ADAPTOID has come to take them down...and wait till you see who it is. Plus - an Avenger gets married!

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Green Goblin reviewed The Pulse #14 Nov 28, 2021
10

I don't know what about these low rates. This conclusion is perfect. Such a good flashback story. It's much better, than most of this series. And there's no Daily Bugle back-up stories.

The Pulse #14

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Gaydos

This stand-alone story leaves Jessica Jones faced with the biggest question of her life and tells a secret story from her sordid super hero past. Guest-starring Luke Cage and the New Avengers.

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Green Goblin reviewed The Pulse #13 Nov 28, 2021
7.5

It's kinda weird how these two stories were interrupting each other and how completely wasted and pointless D-Man story was... But well, it was an important issue for Jessica and Luke. And I can't say, that it was a bad reading.

The Pulse #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Gaydos

With the eyes of the Marvel Universe looking on a baby is born! It’s a rare occasion in the Marvel Universe, so be here for a genuine emotional event. Jessica Jones and Luke Cage’s life will never be the same again! Guest-starring the New Avengers.

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Green Goblin rated The Pulse #12 Nov 28, 2021
8.5

The Pulse #12

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Gaydos

The Jessica Jones / Luke Cage baby is coming! The first baby born in the post-House of M Marvel Universe. What does that mean for Jessica Jones and how can her husband and the New Avengers help her? All this and the mystery of D-Man!

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Green Goblin reviewed The Pulse #11 Nov 28, 2021
8.0

If I don't like Gaydos that much, it's still nice to see him here again. And well... This issue wasn't bad. Some Urich investigation about D-Man, some "mother talk" between Jessica and Sue, not that much, but it's still nice.

The Pulse #11

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Gaydos

Fans of Jessica Jones have waited two years for one thing; the birth of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage's baby! Plus: Luke Cage needs a new costume, stat!

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Green Goblin reviewed The Pulse #10 Nov 28, 2021
5.5

This is just a boring tie-in to the House of M, so I understand why they didn't include this issue in the collected volume of The Pulse...

The Pulse #10

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Lark

HOUSE OF M tie-in! A startling chapter in the HOUSE OF M saga as a shocking mystery of the Marvel Universe is revealed that no Avengers fan can miss!

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Green Goblin rated The Pulse #9 Nov 28, 2021
7.0

The Pulse #9

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Lark

Jessica makes a last-ditch effort to find the missing Luke Cage. But will she ever find him? Will her life ever recover from the drama of Secret War? This issue is packed wall-to-wall with guest stars.

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Green Goblin reviewed The Pulse #8 Nov 28, 2021
7.0

Wow, another artist change, but this one isn't that bad. I think that's the guy, who drew some of the Winter Soldier arc, isn't he?..

And the story is finally not that bad, but still I don't think it is such important for the main Secret War limited series.

The Pulse #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Lark

Jessica Jones is caught in a web of intrigue from which she can't escape and all she wants is Luke Cage back home safe!

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