This chapter opens with Black Spectre... er, Black Adam showing off one of his DCnU powers by killing Sivana's aide with a bolt of lightning that shoots from his chest emblem. The big prank Billy and Freddy were going to do backfires when the Bryers catch them in the act. Billy has Freddy hide because Freddy can't get away on crutches, so Billy draws the Bryers on a wild goose chase. Billy hops onto a subway train and lo and behold, it takes him to the Rock of Eternity.
A decent chapter, but I still can't quite warm up to Billy as a troubled teen punk. Perhaps his encounter with the Wizard will change him in more ways than one.
If anything, this series is making me anticipate Grant Morrision's Earth-5 Captain Marvel in "Thunderworld" even more. Amplified by the fact Morrison stated at the 2012 Glascow Comic Con "Thunderworld" will be published in 2013.
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