The medieval misfits head across the sea to England, and what they come across is a lot of fun. First there’s a pirate ship attached to the head of a giant sea-snake, which Madame Xanadu and Vandal Savage take care of, then they fight a giant fuck-off wolf, which Shining Knight kills in his/her first really cool moment for a while. And then Zombie King Arthur shows up! I really liked how Cornell is throwing all sorts of weird stuff at the team, because the book is set in a fantastical past, he has a lot of lee-way that books set in the DCU present don’t have, and you can tell he’s having a lot of fun. I continue to be fascinated with the way this book is presenting Camelot, it’s more of a concept than a city, and there have been multiple versions of it, which is the true one? Is there a true one? What happened to the version in this issue which caused Zombies and devil-wolves and all that stuff? There’s lots of interesting questions around this book, and that’s a good thing, but I am glad that by the looks of the title of next month’s issue, we’re going to bet a little more character study.