Before jumping into
the fun that is this issue, things get very serious for a moment in
the Baxter Building when Alex Power confronts Ant-Man about his real
motivations for wanting to strike Dr. Doom. It would seem that a
scene like this is out of place given the campy theme of the book,
but it actually grounds it, and reminds everyone what's really
underneath the otherwise light mood of the title.
Then there's the fun stuff. She-Hulk
goes out on a non-date with her old flame Wyatt Wingfoot, while the
moloids, aided by Bentley-23, try in vain to ruin the evening for
the pair. In the best style of a sitcom, the evil plan of the little
ones not only fails miserably at every step, but makes things turn
out even better for "The Jen" and her beau. The whole thing is a
hoot that visually peaks on the dancing floor; Allred is simply a
genius. The issue ends with the attention on another odd couple, but
if you know your history well, it will make absolute sense.