Marvel’s Unsung Heroes is finally sung! After mega-battles and Hulk-level disasters, Damage Control is always there to clean up the mess and get things back to normal.

Adam F. Goldberg (TV’s The Goldbergs) and Hans Rodionoff team up with Will Robson to take you into the secret maze of Damage Control, where it’s all too common to encounter familiar faces continues this week in DAMAGE CONTROL #2.

Comic Watch Review: Damage Control #1: A Piece of Cake

Coverage of the Superlog variant:

DAMAGE CONTROL #2 (Legacy #16)

Honey, PYM shrunk the kids

FROM TELEVISION WRITERS THE GOLDBERGS! After nearly provoking a Skrull attack in our last issue, Damage Control management wisely chose to try to put Gus in a less volatile position. What harm can Gus do in the Consumer Affairs office, listening to complaints and grievances? In fact, the answer is a lot. When things spiral out of control, Gus must call on Ant-Man and the Wasp to try and turn a big problem into a small one in a story we’re calling “Honey, Pym Shrunk the Kids”! Adam F. Goldberg and Hans Rodionoff press the keys while the incomparable Will Robson turns words into glorious art as Gus makes a gruesome first impression on the Punisher, Ant-Man, the Wasp and more!


  • Writer: Adam F. Goldberg and Hans Rodionoff
  • Artist: Jay P. Fosgittv and Will Robson
  • Colorist: Ruth Redmond
  • Letterer: Clayton Cowles
  • Designate: Nick Russel
  • Publishers: Tom Brevoort and Wil Moss
  • Associate Editors: Martin Biro and Michelle Marchese
  • Associate editors: Alanna Smith and Annalize Bissa
  • Standard Cover Artist(s): Carlos Pacheco, Rachelle Rosenberg and Rafael Fonteriz
  • Variant Cover Artist(s): Superjournal
  • Format: Limited series
  • Number of pages/Cover price: 28 pages/$3.99

Damage Control is always on the case when DAMAGE CONTROL #2 arrives in stores and digital platforms on Wednesday, September 28, 2022, from Marvel Comics.


Author: Chad Burdette

Chad lives in upstate New York and has been a lifelong comic book reader and collector. As a result, Chad has many problems, many of which are bagged, boarded and sorted.

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