If that was the meaning of the end - and it probably was - unfortunately there was nothing to see and nothing to read there, therefore found it a very underwhelming choice for the cliffhanger. Also:
•The whole issue was only talking and backtalking (and imaginary) heads because that was not much of a fight (though to be fair, that was the plan).
•The whole issue must imagine the impressiveness of Count Nefaria's vague, vague power[s] between the psychodelic color smears and imaginary respect.
•The whole issue Snapdragon (who somehow snags the cover) shows how she has the sad minimal handbook power ratings like here http://marvel.wikia.com/Sheoke_Sanada_(Earth-616) but fails to show how she earned #1 henchwoman spot - maybe she satisfies Luchino's baser needs.
On the other hand... the issue was okay! Very cool that the hero sets a trap for the villain for a change but wow what a LUCKY guess to use against an unidentified big boss. Buck did okay as a Frenchie-standin too. And all the dialogue wouldve made for an okay TV drama script.
I miss Dan.
: I thought that was just a slight intro to
: her seeing Moon Knight's madness. She asked
: the Avengers about him and wasn't given a
: clear answer. She's also already pursued a
: relationship with him regardless of what she
: knows about him. I think her final ambiguous
: looks are about her concern for who she's
: become involved with and how little she
: truly knows about him. Seeing him have a
: full conversation with himself was sort of a
: warning sign.
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