Ig Guaro and Norman Lee handle the artwork this issue. With Arreola's vivid colors, their style gives the book and the characters a more cartoony look. This may have been Marvel's attempt to mitigate the rather unsavory issue of Erik Josten essentially stalking Janet. In any case the artists keep the story firing rapidly and contrast the massive action sequences with understated emotion. Particular notice should be paid to Spider-Man, who accompanies Jan on her quest to find the "missing" Henry Pym. You can tell an artist knows what he or she is doing when that person can evoke emotion from a mask that doesn't actually lend any hints. Guaro and Lee craft an animated, comical body language for Spidey that fittingly makes him a sort of human Bugs Bunny. Read Full Review
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