Eli Katz wrote:Boy, there are a lot of full-panel pages and double-page spreads in this issue. I haven't been reading the book regularly, so perhaps, to a regular reader, there was much lead up to these final moments in the book. But to me they just seemed overblown. I thought that I was reading a Jim Lee-Frank Miller book for a second, with all the wasted space and stretched out storytelling. On the plus side, the art in this issue is strong.
Unfortunately, the art is the only thing the book has had going for it from the start of the new 52. Other than that it's a dull book with boring dialogue and unrealistic "real-life" conflicts. Mostly all I remember from the first 3 issues were two chicks bitching at each other while getting dressed or undressed.