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Boy, Larry Lieber and company sure loved to have medical emergencies in their Ant-Man books. This week Pym foils a bad guy by infecting him with laryngitis. Yep. That's how a superhero who's main power is to turn into an ant brings down a villain. Laryngitis. The rest is just as ridiculous. A bad guy that gets THE VOICE OF TRUTH by speaking into a microphone that is affected by—you guessed it!—a wave of radiation from a nearby power plant and starts hating on Ant-Man like the maniac that he is. ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
The man with the voice of doom has come to Center city and he had Ant-Man in his sights. So Jason Cragg is our villain of the week, he of the doom voice, who seemed to gain his powers by means of a radioactive microphone. I shall name this the Spider-Man method of power accumulation. Honestly not too impressed with this issue, The Orator (as I have named hime) had an interesting power but he lacked motivation and the end of the issue was pretty much a science ex machina. Also the thought of Hank...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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