Sigh...poor Hank Pym. He's never going to catch a break.
Marshal Victory made sure we caught site of this originally posted on Bleeding Cool.
The bad thing is the number three suggestion dealt with that one incident. It's not a subject to be taken lightly and seems to be a reoccurring stain that hangs over Hank.
In case you haven't read it, check out what Jim Shooter says about Hank in his "Hank Pym Was Not a Wife-Beater" write up.
In that story (issue 213, I think), there is a scene in which Hank is supposed to have accidentally struck Jan while throwing his hands up in despair and frustration—making a sort of “get away from me” gesture while not looking at her. Bob Hall, who had been taught by John Buscema to always go for the most extreme action, turned that into a right cross! There was no time to have it redrawn, which, to this day has caused the tragic story of Hank Pym to be known as the “wife-beater” story.
Maybe this is something I should dedicate an Off My Mind to? What do you guys think?
But the silver lining in this (if there can be one), you might've noticed in the suggestions that Comic Vine came up. As Rich Johnston put it, "Yay for Comic Vine though!"