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Subj: Ant-Man #2: Fun...
Posted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 at 09:05:52 pm EST (Viewed 246 times)

If you missed #1...
And now...

Ant-Man 002

A fun read. A fun direction for Scott - and his quirky new employee, Griz. A fun mystery guessing game as to the Golden Age identity of Mrs. Morgenstern - who seemingly dealt with the issue's evil robot during WWII. A fun one-word cameo by Tony Stark - following up on the last issue. A fun foe for every Ant-man so far coming next issue.

The only NOT fun moment was the 'relapse' moment the writer felt was organic decision to include. It felt... off. Thankfully, it proved a passing moral stumble. Hmmm, was the whole time with the NewFF charity superhero/teacher work?

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> Ant-Man #2 (Published by Marvel Comics; Review by Oscar Maltby; 'Rama Rating: 7 out of 10): With the threat of unemployment and the pressure of fatherhood looming, Ant-Man needs cash. Summarizing the plot of Ant-Man #2 would resemble superheroic mad-libs, if not for Nick Spencer's dense and joke-filled script. Jordan Boyd's colors lend a flat, almost cell-shaded quality to Ramon Rosanas' technically solid art, which seems a little sparse on detail. Spencer writes Scott Lang as a lovable mess, and you can't help start pulling for him as he frenetically bounces from wacky villain to wacky villain. Finally, a menacing final splash page provides a solid cliffhanger that'll ensure a returning readership. Simple but clear artwork and a script heavy on laughs make Ant-Man a book to watch.




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