In the second half of the season, the potency of the action choreography hasn’t dissipated, but the structure around it has grown even more complicated, lessening its effect. The idea of law enforcement making sure Nomi gets a lobotomy is hard to believe, but the international conspiracy against the Sensates which explains it is even harder to understand.
J Michael Straczynski
“Make a difference” utters the dying man in Twilight Zone #12. The haunting words each echo in the mind without relenting once one reads it. This is the idea of working to change and make the world a better place. It is a strong sentiment to be born out of just a few words. The force of one person to change the course of history is not a new action. No, it is an action which has occurred in the past, and even in the daily lives of others. It is the daring choice to envision a world of peace and kindness. The comic seeks to inspire and move and succeeds at doing this in its writing and presentation. With all of these ideas expressed, let it be known I came into the comic at the finishing act of the arc.