Wretchedly bad miniseries that totally ignores continuity and disregards characterization. It's next to impossible to figure out if this even fits anywhere into continuity, since it features at least one character who's relatively recent and ignores another character's switch from villain to hero entirely. The blame for this debacle is more in the writer, who seems to be approaching the whole thing as if it's a videogame, and the ending is particularly a ludicrous mess. The art doesn't help much; the use of shattered glass for panels seems to be status quo here, and it gets tedious. The end result is an enormous waste of time.
each page is layed out like a shattered mirror. the art is blurry, story doesnt make any sense.
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