The ending sounds like they're leaving it open for mailman to join Force Works; of course, anything that gets that character exited from Flight works for me!
The way it was going you'd figure USAgent would've torn mailman a new one, instead of defending a guy who's never taken down a villain and had to be pushed to help (using his powers). The only person he really went after to "stop" was USAgent.
I can't see much good coming out of this mini. See what happens with news in early 2009. It could be a huge waste of our time. But I think I'll remain hopeful for a true AF ongoing series.
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