Written by Daniel H. Wilson, Marguerite Bennett, & Mike Johnson
Art by Scott McDaniel, Robson Rocha & Guillermo Ortego, Eduardo Panscia & Paul Neary, Jack Herbert & Vicente Cifuentes, Jorge Jimenez, Tyler Kirkham & Joe Weems
Published by DC Comics
After a surprisingly pleasant side step last week, Earth 2: World’s End returns to form with scatter shot story and a ten member art team. It’s quite the loss as last issue was a much better paced and tightly focused read and now once again the audience is subjected to a confused mess of a plot with changing art every two to four pages.
This issue might be a small change for the better, but not by much. The only real compliments that this issue deserves is from a genuinely touching exchange between Power Girl and the horribly mutated Huntress even if said scene is impossibly clichéd and only has weight because of a much better ‘Earth 2’ issue and a genuinely well designed costume for Big Barda that is effectively just a cape and a warhammer.
It’s clear Earth 2: World’s End has no great goals or reason to exist beyond DC Comics trying to milk the success of much better creators but that is still no excuse to churn out a weekly comic this poorly managed.