With just one more installment to go, things do go big here at the end as the biggest of the players arrive on the field. It's an expected end sequence with what's at stake and the players that have been moving around, but I liked it because it didn't undercut Diana's sequences nor the fight that was going on before this big guys got involved in things. The book is mostly fight sequences and Miller has managed that well throughout the run, so there's no problems here. Some of the group walking panels early on just felt a bit weird to me, but once it segues into the action it keeps running and works well. I'm already feeling the loss of this book and my weekly connection to these characters since I'm not reading much else from DC at the moment. It'll be interesting to see how this all winds up. Read Full Review
If you are a fan of this series, you will be picking this issue up like me. Like me, however, I'm sure you're going to be disappointed by the lack of anything meaningful in this issue until the last page or so. All this issue does is get us a closer to next week's finale and because of that, I can't recommend it to anyone. This Year of the Gods has been lackluster, but this issue is the worst so far. Read Full Review
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