last page...sort of saw this coming, but uhhhhh, ok. Explanation please...
Stepford wife Marlene..do not want. "I'd be much happier without you tending to me and my unborn child here." Really?
Khonshu gives Marc a detailed description of what is in DD, and how to get rid of it, and the item needed to get rid of it, which is/was in the original Khonshu statue, which Marc may or may not still have. What? Maybe this is playing on the fact that MK is still listed as occasionally "having prophetic visions", but still...most people will read this and be convinced Khonshu is completely real, which is NOT the angle of the character..
Costume needs to go, why are there moons on every small patch of it, and the armor sticks out too much, looks clumsy..
DD getting tossed through the wall was good. Flashback with the brothers' father was good, this book has definitely breathed some life into the series with the innovative flashbacks. Dialog was good. This needs help though. Hurwitz, we know you are good, PLEASE let the third issue somehow rectify the problems here..
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