Another great issue. I loved all the set-up here. And it wasn't the boring kind, either! I also enjoyed how Aracely wore a blue hoodie in Kaine's pressence, and how it set off to bother him about not being able to live up to Ben's legacy. Nice to see Ana is still a creepy little kid, and who doesn't love ol' Kraven? He sure does love hunting spiders, doesn't he (Peter and recently Flash Thompson in "Venom")?
Kaine getting a tattoo was a bit weird for me. I guess he really wants to be his own man, but like those before me mentioned, it's just gonna compromise things for him later should the sleeve of his outfit get torn. Though he could always take it off in a similar fashion to how Peter tore Sasha Kravinoff's face off in the "Grim Hunt"; that sounds like something Kaine would do, pain or no pain.
Seeing Kaine save Ana without hesitation was a big step for him; he's come a long way since his days as a merc who'd snap someone's neck without batting an eye, not that I'm complaining, mind you. It's always nice to see some good character development.
I'm gonna miss Stegman, but I'm thrilled he's staying on for covers and that Yost will stay on for writing duties (if you're reading this Yost, you rock the hell out of this book and all of your "Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" work on the show and tie-in comic; keep it up!).