The Human Top has escaped from prison and after a confrontation with Giant-man he manages to steal a growth capsule, turning himself into a giant Human Top! Giant-man knows after his last encounter that the only way to beat this giant foe will be with smarts not speed.
And, I don't think I'd say ToA is getting *worse* so much as it's stagnating while a lot of the rest of the stories are starting to really improve, in creative quality. It's making ToA really hard to read.
I've taken up imagining Henry Pym with the voice of Adam West. It automatically makes these terrible stories more tolerable lol. This issue was definitely better than the last to ToA, which isn't anything to brag about.
1. Is it just me or does every villain caught by a super hero in the 60's turn out to be a prison good behaviour role model?
2. Why do Giant-Man and the Wasp bother keeping secret identities when they call each other by their real names on a crowded street?
3. If Ant-Man keeps his human sized strength why would a bunch a paper be an almost impenetrable barrier?
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