Fortunately, things feel slightly more grounded in this issue than the last. It still suffers from an element of the absurd and a lack of emotional investment however. Mecha-Jonzz just feels silly, and I don't care about most of the parties involved here. Constantine makes an inexplicable appearance at the start of this issue and it's arguably the most relatable part. I don't care about adult-Alicia. I don't care about Pearl. I don't care about the Martian people. I don't care about Maalefaak, he's a cartoon villain. I don't care about the Martian child (but then, he's a plot device, I don't think you're meant to). I barely care about Daryl. The only person I care about is Mr. Biscuits, since he's the only person that possesses enough character and got enough face-time before this all kicked off that I actually care about what happens to him. If we'd gotten a few more issues before we'd been kicked off to Mars, I think we'd be in a better place. That said, we are still given a great spectacle, it's just rough to change one's mindset from wanting more of what we started with to enjoying what feels like an action-packed Saturday-morning cartoon.