In The End: I still dislike Leslie Thompkins, but she was a necessary evil to the story. Writers like using her I guess. This issue was heavier on action than the previous two, but since it was the conclusion, this makes sense. Gage took three issues and used them well. If the story had been stretched out longer, it would have felt padded, but Gage hit all of the beats and turned in a great arc. He took a concept that could have gone horribly (the accusation that Thomas Wayne was a serial killer) and threw in enough twists and turns that despite the fact that the identity of the killer was pretty evident by part two, it still felt like something of a surprise. This arc deserves to be put in a collection, though the fact that it was only three issues may hinder this. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.