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Guest-starring The Falcon, Iron Fist and The Punisher! When the twisted agenda behind the new Heroes for Hire operation emerges, the mercenary known as Paladin gathers all the heroes he can count on to put things right. Be there for the conclusion of the opening story arc of the book that ComicBookResources.com calls 'the type of read that comic books were invented for.'

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  • The third cover is a homage of the movie poster of Jaws.
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Heroes for Hire #5 Review 0

Misty Knight has awakened from her coma faced with confronting the Puppet Master and a mind-controller Punisher! Can Paladin and Iron Fist save her in time? The Good This issue features nearly everyone from the opening issues of the series as they all converge on Misty and this opening story arc comes to an end. This issue also ties up all the loose strings of the first four issues and establishes a larger problem at work behind the scenes pulling Puppet Master’s strings and paving the way for...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

I Love Control 0

The curtains are finaly down and Misty Knight now must confront the man behind her induced comma and the one who were running all the heroes using her voice to elude them, but before she must not be killed by the Punisher - this was a fantastic first arc story and it´s a pity that in the conclusion the creative team changed - I really don´t know who benefits in this change, because Robert Atkins is no Brad Walker, so he left plenty to desire here - I didn´t like his faces, the bodies, I really w...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

What The Hell Happened? 0

Cover: Not the best in the series, but not the worst.  Nice backdrop of puppet master there and nice use of colors.  Pretty fitting to the interior content, just wish we could've seen Punisher in the cover. The Good: Resolution is always good, and while not all the questions are answered here, it certainly gives us some light on some of the material in previous issues.  I like that now that this is finally over, we can move on to another arc that's hopefully better and that actually needed t...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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