Graham Nolan's art polishes the armor of the good and the bad. There's nothing ugly inside these pages, and The Phantom artist makes the most out of Van Lente's script diversions which cast Doom in a new position. Pepper Potts looks sufficiently cute and distraught. Jim Rhodes appears to be a believable rock. You can expect nothing better than the best from Nolan, and that's what you get. Read Full Review
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