This scene offers another good suspenseful cliffhanger. It invites anticipation from the reader. Instead Morrison continues. The book jumps one billion years later. The Sheeda have taken over the earth, and Frankenstein is there to kill them. All right. First, I hope DC doesn't intend to publish 52 Billion in an attempt to explain what happened between this page turn. Second, the whole act just seems perfunctory. We have no build up. We have no reason how the Sheeda have taken over. We know they're badass faeries, but there should be numerous obstacles in their path to victory. We have no explanation to where all the other heroes went. I know one-billion years in the future pretty much kills any hope of Batman saving the day, but what about Wonder Woman and Superman, who in DC One-Million Morrison has suggested is ageless? What about the Green Lantern Corps? What about the Legion of Super-Heroes? You cannot cite continuity and not address it later. What? The Sheeda just Read Full Review
Its a very good issue as is, but as the final issue of a miniseries, and as the climax for the Seven Soldiers event, the timing is a bit puzzling. Still, the final one-shot is bound to be a doozy. Read Full Review
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