This book ends a bit too abruptly, but the same could be said for the whole series, since this is the finale. I was less than enthused that this series was ending by being a Pleasant Hill tie-in, but it actually worked pretty well. The art on this book is awesome, and all the characters are really cool and unique monsters. I really felt a connection to Orrgo this issue, and really empathized with him, and his need for love and affection- shown in his flashback/telepathic fighting sequence. I can safely say I'm not really as excited for Pleasant Hill, seeing it bleed over into books like this- where I would rather Commandos have gotten the opportunity to finish their story on their own. But this issue does well in spite of all that's stacked against it. I really enjoyed this story as a whole, it just feels a bit unfair for when this book (if this book) gets collected, that the final installment of the story will not have anything really to do with what had been going on in the previous chapters, and deals directly with a Marvel crossover event. This book had been such a fun, weird, independent little corner of the Marvel universe, and I really loved the visuals- and I wish that Glyph, the mummy lady who can conjure up crazy mental images in people gets a place somewhere else in the Marvel Universe, because I really enjoyed her.