Maybe all of this will read better in the trade, when the gaping holes can be filled in by turning a few more pages. For those of us going month-to-month, the effect is underwhelming. It just seems a mish-mash of characters, very few promising leads to what’s going on and no clear direction on where the story is headed.
Perhaps hype was the enemy, because Final Crisis 1 came with such pedigree and so many eager readers that it can’t live up to our expectations. Luckily for the upcoming second issue, my expectations are now lowered. Hopefully they’ll be knocked out of the park by the time this series ends.
– Greg Elwell
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