I admit, I was thinking that this might be my last issue of IHF. Not because each issue is bad, but because I was generally feeling that if you've read 5 or so issues of IHF, you've read them all, because there was no depth to the story, suspense or tension that made me excited to see what happened issue after issue. However, this issue pulled me back in. I think this was the best issue of the 2nd story arc. The art is not only amazing, but I think it's even better than usual with some larger than life panels and brilliant colors. This issue is also legitimately funny and clever. Throw in a bit of action and we have ourselves a return to form for the series. I am just hoping that Skottie Young digs a little deeper in terms of the story as the series goes on so my interest doesn't wane again.