April 4, 2012 - Inside - a spy.
REALLY tough call.
But around the art, I'd lean to Kirby.
The war is heating up. Truly, I'm no longer following the days, and instead, just blasting ahead on reading these comics. It's pretty good - and coming to the inevitable conclusion.
Leeja is nearing the end of her pregnancy - and of course, Rai has forgotten about his child. Sigh...
Not a bad issue, though. The art is the worst part of it, but it's good to see this closing. Some writers could have used some advice from a few of the editors of earlier comics years, however.
So, this book brings the Frightful Four back together, and thankfully Paste Pot Pete has decided to eliminate his silly name, and go with Trapster. The FF are defeated in this attack - and pretty soundly. I wouldn't call it an elimination - but it's a much better attempt to eliminate an enemy than I have seen in most villain reveals.
While they survive the bomb - through Sue's force field, I am not certain I liked the ability of her to keep her force field still operating, even though she's totally knocked unconscious - especially if Ben is reverting back to his human form.