Or – “What The–“ Stephen has been unhappy with the storytelling shown by Grant Morrison in recent issues of Batman (and, frankly, he’s not alone) and has been somewhat less-than-kind to the overall arc of Final Crisis to date.Â I have to admit that the things doing on in this book have all felt epic and world-shattering, but I seriously have little to no idea what’s going on.Â That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though, instead readingÂ like a book written in a language that I’m not fluent in, implying that my tiny mind can’t process what’s going on with the
There are very few event tie-ins that would be able to exist on their own. Not surprisingly, many are so heavily dependent upon the main event that you are left with only two options; read on in ignorance, or buy more and more tie-ins. However, you occasionally get a tie-in that is well written, apart from the main event, and carrying all the gravitas and import due. Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins Roguesâ€™ Revenge is one of those comics.
There’s some wild speculation going around that the person under Libra’s hood, isn’t really Libra. It has something to do with this panel: Did you get the clues? If not, we’ll discuss it on the Major Spoilers Podcast #14: The Wanted Podcast. For those of you who are in the know, please join in on this week’s poll.