This issue introduces Big Daddy and identifies Hit-Girl, who made her appearance in the last issue. I really don’t have a whole lot to write about regarding this installment: the art work is good, the story moves along, but nothing really major occurs that is worth elaborating on. The one thing that I will say about this issue, though, is that there is finally some deviation from the movie, although I have to say that I think the movie improved upon the comic. In the movie, Big Daddy has comic charm which is dreadfully lacking in the comic. This may change later, but for now, Big Daddy is not a very likeable character.
That’s about all I have to say: short and sweet today. Cheers!