All in Cosmic
It’s difficult to tell exactly where the final story lands in an issue that is largely satisfying.
There are a few novel aspects to the issue that distinguish it as one of the better ones in the series thus far.
A sudden lurching together of an adventure that could have been much more sweeping and massive.
The level of cosmic conflict begins to feel a bit repetitious.
A seldom-invoked fusion that suggests something promising on the horizon for the Master of the Mystic Arts.
A chapter that features a well-modulated conflict presented with an even-balanced pace that hurdles the series into its final segments.
The mix of godly cosmic action…feels ever-so-slightly lopsided…but the creative team does an admirable job.
Kara Zor-El faces the horror of herself reflected through a warped genetic lens.
The Greek Goddess of Night gets a Marvel Universe origin as a team of super-heroes chase a powerful artifact.
Delicately balances the histories of a rather large ensemble.
ALL-FATHER ODIN, FATHER OF RUIN! ODIN being an actual FATHER?!
Supergirl blasts her way through a civil war in the Vega System with a huge Rob Liefeldy-looking gun and a demon axe from hell.