"john Byrne handles the pencils adeptly, constructing them within highly kinetic layouts (...). Bob Layton comes through as one of Byrne's most compatible inkers, adding panache as well as definition."http://pencilink.blogspot.de/2008/12/marvel-premiere-47-john-byrne-art.html
"There are some terrific artistic touches in this first part of the two-part tale. Layton was probably second only to Terry Austin in terms of meshing with Byrne's still Neal Adams-esque style in those days (although rumour at the time had it Byrne disliked Layton's inks), and the shots of Ant-Man's gleaming helmet or the Zip-A-Toned helmets on the CTE thugs gave the art a real shine that came through even on the crappy paper the books were printed on. Byrne has some fun with the angles, as any clever artist working with a shrinking hero always does..."http://www.comicbookgalaxy.com/commentary_081104.html
The 1st appearance of the 'new style' Ant-Man from 1979 has found its way into my collection.