This story isn't able to make the leap it needs to, as while there are elements that I find highly entertaining, the underlying idea that Tony would instantly become public enemy number one thanks to some dubious information, is simply too large a hurdle that this story hasn't done enough to overcome. I mean when the lead investigator comes out and states that if a person looks guilty, he likely is guilty one can't help but feel the writer is going for the easy plot device. One has to wonder why Nick Fury isn't pushing this agent to look beyond the obvious interpretations of the information. I mean the way it stands now S.H.I.E.L.D. is coming across like a bunch of neophytes who would fall for anything. Now there's some excitement to be found in these pages as Tony's fight in the opening pages is quite exciting, as is his run-in with the attack helicopter, but Robin Laws does need to make more of an effort to explain why Tony has automatically been cast as the bad guy. Read Full Review
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