Irredeemable Ant-Man #2

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Phil Hester Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 1, 2006 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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What's the best way to steal your best friend's girlfriend? Lie to her! But that's just low, nobody would go that far, would they? Nobody but Ant-Man! It's another issue filled with backstabbing, cheating, and the occasional feat of superhuman heroics.

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    Comics Bulletin - Luke Handley Nov 17, 2006

    The first two issues of The Irredeemable Ant-Man have been fun with a lot of stuff going on. We now have an explanation as to how the titular hero ended up in the suit and a brief look at what he sees as the most profitable way to put it to good use. The ending gives a brief glimpse into some of the irredeemable stuff hes been up to in the last six months, and it doesnt look pretty. This title is proving to be an interesting read, but Im a little unsure if Kirkman can make most people actually care enough about this jerk to want to read about his adventures. Unfortunately, Marvels ads overdose really makes the comic off-putting this month and makes the most compelling argument for waiting for the trade. Seriously, I just cant bring myself to recommend any book with this much unnecessary crap crammed in. Read Full Review

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