Bryan Hitch is keeping pace with the monthly deadlines, though I guess it's a little early to be saying this second go will be free of the problems that plagued the first series, as the lead time is what allows Bryan Hitch to project the illusion of a monthly artist, and I'd be curious to know what issue he's currently working on if only to see if one has cause to be concerned. In any event, Bryan Hitch does another fine job on this issue, as how can one not love the sheer impact of that opening page where Hank Pym gets a good look at the idea that replacing him was very easy? The art also nicely captures the less than stellar nature of the Defenders, as how can one not love the Son of Satan's expression when Hank asks him if he's really the son of Satan, or the look of utter delight on the team's faces when Hank Pym shows them his power for the first time? The sequence where Nighthawk makes his arrival was also a delightful comedy of errors, though the scene quickly loses its sense Read Full Review
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