This really wasn't such a bad story. Maybe it's just wishful thinking on my part, but the Giant-Man stories do seem to be getting a little better. It's a pity Jack Kirby couldn't make up his mind whether or not to draw wings on the full-size Wasp.
A bit of an underwhelming end to the first Silver Age (ever?) Marvel (anybody?) two-parter. But, still, really really good for Astonish.
The Wasp's two parter was unintentionally funny for a couple of reasons. First, good old fashioned outdated lingo, as "for the right money (Rack Morgan) would do anything...or anyone". And, I got a kick out of the way neither the soldiers nor I were paying any attention to the Wasp's story!
I quite like the part two of that Human Top two-parter, though I think there would probably be ways for The Top to escape Giant Man in a walled-off neighborhood. He could've somehow gotten on the roof and leaped away as he is shown doing earlier.
The second half of this story was not nearly as bad as the first. Jan makes a lewd comment in. Every. Panel. She. Appears. In. I extremely dislike this. Don't get me wrong, if I have a superheroine fantasy, it's with the Wasp, but man she seems so damned shallow here that it is ridiculous!
Silver age shenanigans aside, this issue wasn't so bad. I like the Kirby/Ayers combo.
One star for a decent recovery in the second part of this continuation. One star for Jan fantasizing about a gangbang. Yes please!
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