Bloodblood everywhere! The line between Masters and war criminals is challenged as the Snake Men throw bodies of Horde troops into burning piles, while Horde forces hack, slash, and blast back Snake Men soldiers.
While the series is still running at its best, it still feels like this issue is a bit of an intermission. With so many new developments it is necessary to reposition the players so that they can be put into places where their true heroism can shine through. That is what is happening here, and it feels a bit more sedate than other issues in this series, mostly because it cannot rely on any of these big moments, but instead has to get by on some other plot developments which while fun, are also a bit ordinary. The same format has been used before in this series to set up its big moments, as for instance the mostly action second issue showed that there was still a lot of other great moments to follow. Such would most likely be the moment here, as there are no big moments, but there promises to be in issues to come. Read Full Review
While the ending to this story was epic and completely changes the Eternity War game, I can't say that I'm really a fan of the rest of the issue. Things that seem important are completely left out, the dialog is really off at times and even the art isn't as strong as I've come to expect from this title. It's still an enjoyable enough issue, but for something that usually reads and looks like one of the best titles coming out of DC, this is a bit disappointing. Read Full Review