Overall, it's still an engaging and enjoyable read, and the Black Adam/Hawkman throw-down delivers some serious thrills, with Mahnke's violently graphic style underscoring the battle with the perfect amount of desperation and rage. The sudden introduction of Talia Al Ghul and the League of Assassins also managed to raise my eyebrows and leave me greatly anticipating the next installment, a sense of anticipation that was further heightened by the issue's shocking cliff-hanger ending. All in all, I'm comfortable calling this installment a necessary reprieve in this series' unrelentingly enthralling sense of gloom and doom, and I'm confident that this miniseries will continue to deliver on a high level. Read Full Review
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