Issue(s): Defenders #133
Despite the fact that they seem totally crazy, they're actually very successful at ferreting out a drug deal that is actually just a cover that a corrupt DEA agent uses to smuggling sensitive defense information.
It's a well written and often funny story, but it's got that Steve Gerby zany quality that i don't associate with Peter Gillis. Of course, i said the same thing about Defenders #131, didn't i? Hmmmm.
The Beast is still not with the rest of the Defenders. He is off on the lecture circuit, and making friends with a Professor Frye, an expert in the works of William Blake.
The last panel of this issue shows a silhouette of Manslaughter. He's getting sent after the Defenders because of their interference this issue.
Quality Rating: B-
Chronological Placement Considerations: This issue begin with the Defenders outside of the Angel's headquarters while a decontamination crew cleans up the place after the gamma-plant attack from last issue.
Continuity Implant? N
Reprinted In: N/A
Inbound References (2): show
Angel, Beast, Candy Southern, Cloud, Cutlass (Detective), Dolly Donahue, Gargoyle (Defender), Iceman, Manslaughter, Moondragon, Typhoon (Detective), Valkyrie
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