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Darla vs Yancy Street! ' NUFF SAID!

Note: Iron Man only appears on the variant cover.


Dragon Man notices that his roommate is gone. He searches the Baxter Building to no avail. The only clue he gets comes from Ahura, whom is looking for his mother Medusa.

Ant-Man awakens from a disturbing dream featuring his daughter. D.O.O.M.H.E.R.B.I.E.s menacingly accost him but he hardly notices. He enters the bathroom and flips through pictures of his daughter while having a conversation with her. He eventually makes his way downstairs to the chaos of breakfast with the Future Foundation kids. Darla senses Ant-Man's anxiety but is sidetracked from comforting him by She-Hulk and the morning paper. Plastered on the front cover are the pictures from Darla's phone when she was trying on head gear. Clearly someone has hacked her phone.

In an internet cafe, a news reporter from the Daily Bugle meets up with members of the Yancy Street Gang. They make an exchange, an envelope to the gang and a flash drive to the Bugle. The gang promises to keep up with the information, as they have everything of Darla's hacked.

At the Baxter Building, Tong expresses to the brothers that he's decided that he is more girl than boy. She dons a dress and the boys embrace her. Elsewhere, the leaders try to assess where they are with Bentley 23 and Medusa missing. Ant-Man orders She-Hulk to take Ahura to Attilan to see if any of the Inhumans know what's going on with Medusa. The moloids walk by and most of the adults are happy to see Tong embracing who she is. Darla then leaves for a concert.

Darla's concert is at Carnegie Hall. It is a more intimate, acoustic set. The concert hall is full of hooded youth. Darla begins to play but is almost immediately bombarded by insults and produce. The crowd is masked and Darla is chased off stage. She tries to find Ant-Man but only finds that the backstage area has been razed by the Yancy Street Gang.

On Attilan, She-Hulk tries to explain that Medusa is missing but the royal guard has little to say. Ahura confronts his dad, Black Bolt, and the two have a mental fight. Ahura then explains that his father had much to say, but the only thing he relates is that the two of them can take Lockjaw.

Darla meets Ant-Man in the aforementioned internet cafe. Three boys walk in shortly thereafter and Ant-Man greets them. He explains that he lured them there by pretending to be their contact at the Daily Bugle - which they initially deny - and hopes to set the record straight. First, he doesn't appreciate Yancy Street hacking into Darla's life. He shrunk and followed the three around and found out that they have been hacking into many, many things and he used that information to figure out how best to retaliate against them. Second, he's hacked into their stuff. Ant-Man explains that he broadcasted all of the boys' info to the world. He and Darla leave as the three boys panic. As a parting shot, Ant-Man explains that Darla knows that she isn't a replacement for the Thing, and now Yancy Street should know too.

At the Baxter Building, Ant-Man learns from Dragon Man that some of their security robots (the ones guarding Bentley 23 and Medusa) were altered. The alteror seems to be Medusa herself, since her hair was found around each robot. Just then, a loud noise is heard and everyone looks out the window to see that they are not in New York anymore.


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Masks What Was Once Good 0

Don't get me wrong, this is by no means a bad book... And yet, there are so much that has been making this series meh as of late. I don't know whether to blame it on this storyline or the pacing or what, but ever since issue 4, there hadn't been much consistency here.This issue in particular shows that. There are some really silly moments with the aliens, while also being rather uplifting, yet the rest of it feels drenched in a seriousness that this story isn't made for. There's some plot that, ...

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Cover & Solicit - 2/5Would I pick-up or buy the comic based on the solicit or cover alone?Are the alternate covers appealing?Does the solicit and cover portray what happens in the issue?Do I like the artist's style on the cover?Art, Colors & Inking - 3/5- Weighted DoubleDo I personally like this artist's style?Does the artist stay true to the characters appearance?If there are multiple artists do they blend well and not disturb the reading experience?Does the coloring/inking blend well w...

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