The stage is set for an epic final issue next month, but this issue did feel a little bit like Roberson spinning his wheels. I suppose it did it’s job in bringing all of the book’s characters to one place for Gwen’s massive decision, but not a lot actually happened. I did like Gwen re-uniting with her family, but we didn’t really get enough space to appreciate those moments. The best bit was probably Gwen punching out Amon, complete with classic ‘KAPOW’ sound effect, I like it when this book plays up to it’s cheesiness, and that was a great little gem in amongst the end of the world seriousness. Michael Allred’s artwork was of course fantastic, but to me, this was just about building to the finale, if #28 doesn’t blow the doors off… I don’t want to think about that.