Like I said, most of this issue is one long fight scene, so it pretty much writes itself. It also reads quite quickly as a result. Now, there's a nice twist at the end of the second act, as a supporting character uses the alien villains' ignorance of Earth culture against them as a weapon. It's a funny but clever moment. What's a little frustrating about this issue is that the extended conflict that serves as its meat ends up being a moot point, as a new plot development brings it to a halt without any kind of resolution. It's also interesting to see Boom! building a shared continuity for its Pow! Entertainment super-heroes, as there's a reference to events in Starborn serving as a catalyst for the conflict in this comic book. Fortunately, it's not such a strong link that one needs to read both comics in order to follow the plot. Read Full Review
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