It might not be the most sophisticated comic in the world, but this issue of Ant provides a fairly enjoyable superhero yarn which succeeds in adding further depth to Hannah's backstory despite its inability to escape the clichs of the genre or add anything truly innovative to the mix. To say that it's an improvement on earlier issues is to damn this instalment with faint praise, as it's still a pretty average and unremarkable book. However, it does seem to suggest that Mario Gully's creation has more potential than I first assumed (especially when Gully is paired with another writer as he is here) and the artwork seems to be exercising a little more restraint than was shown in previous issues of the title, which makes it far easier to take the book seriously. Read Full Review
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