Angela takes the wet route to escape Sano's continuing stupid actions, and Liebe and Pierce have a perfect plot twist based on what I thought was a throw way gag ready for the cliffhanger. The presence of this plot twist nicely summarizes all the strengths of Liebe's and Pierce's comprehension of the shared universe, the mechanics of writing and what's simply cool. Read Full Review
Ultimately, though, there just isn't enough here to be able to recommend it as a good superhero book. The writers attempt to create tension with a final-page cliffhanger involving a Spider-Man villain who has no link to the story bar a cameo a couple of issues ago, but it's no substitute for a compelling core plot or a real sense of climax to the overall story of the arc. Readers may enjoy the relative novelty of a solo female superhero book which has such strong ties to the street-level Marvel characters, and Daredevil fans may enjoy seeing these loose ends from Bendis' run get cleared up, but it's unlikely that anyone else will get a huge amount out of this series. Read Full Review
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