The art continues to impress, not just in the scenes of devastation but in the scenes of ongoing attacks from Reed's biological agents, and in the many scenes of transportation between locales required by the script. An issue that takes a little breather is a welcome one at this point, and an unexpected change from the old Bendis tack of blowing everything up and sifting through the wreckage later. Is it along the lines of the way he's trying to make his magic spells sound believable in his Avengers titles? Could he finally starting to dot his I's and cross his T's? Time will tell, but at least there's a sense of hope and capability on the part of the heroes that is a refreshing aid to making this story more than just a futile exercise in the graveyard of the Ultimate milieu. Read Full Review
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