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Written by Christos Gage
Art by Mike McKone
Covers by Mike McKone, Ed McGuinness and Brandon Peterson

Size: pages
Price: 2.99

Hank Pym was the star of my first comic purchased. I loved the dynamic between Hank and Jan during the early years. Pym is the “poster child” for insecurity in spite of his genius. His mental state has been exploited by many and weakened the character.
I had high hopes Gage could give Pym a chance at redemption. A Hank Pym who functions and has a place in the Marvel U.
After reading Seeley’s work on Ant-Man/Wasp I was really curious to see this issue.
Gage doesn’t disappoint here.
Hank versus Absorbing Man is a great idea. The chance to see a classic Giant-Man look is appreciated.
Now I haven’t been following this book, to comment on the kids at this point would be premature.
I can only say as a Pym fan this is a must buy. The story gives us a great look into his head and where things may be going.
Now I must go get 1-6.
I am sold on this book, Gage is a great B character writer. He could make about anyone interesting.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 4 - Very Good


  1. You should be pleased with the run when you get them. It is great stuff.

    I agree with this review a lot more than with the other review.

    Strange how people can see the same story in two drastically different ways.

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