This was another solid issue in what has been a well done, old school comic book. I love that not every storyline in this book needs to be part of a major world shattering event, leading up to a major world shattering event, or dealing with the fallout of a major world shattering event. Instead, we get superhero adventures in short installments while at the same time advancing some slower burning plots.
While this issue introduced a new main adventure in the Mole Man mystery, it also advanced plots from two previous stories, the stolen data and the Black Cat romance. And for storylines that we didn't get to touch on, like the possible romance with the assistant DA (I think that's what she is, not gonna bother to go look to make sure), Waid throws in a helpful reminder. This is the kind of accessibility that comics need if they want to be able to pick up readers on a longterm basis, instead of starting out with big sales for a number one issue and then dropping as old readers fall off and new ones are unable to jump onto inaccessible decompressed stories.
The art is very good as usual. It's not flashy and so isn't gonna get the attention that some artists get, but it is very competent use of the comics medium which is a lost art in the day of the "cinematic" approach.