It’s finally come down to this, the end of World’s End. This drawn out excuse of a weekly has been going on for a good half a year and now the oversized creative crew gets to do their final send off to the book and this entire world. It’s about as disappointing as one would expect.
So it’s come to this, the penultimate issue of Earth 2: World’s End and what is soon to lead in to DC’s much hyped Convergence event. Does it surprise anyone that this issue is bad? Of course not! If there’s one thing that can be said about World’s End, it’s that it’s consistently awful.
Another week means another issue of Earth 2: World’s End and while the chance for this series to be anything beyond cheap tie-in material to DC’s Convergence event has long passed by, this issue is a shocking improvement to what has usually be a painful slog to read. It’s true that this series has stuck the terrible decision to split art duties between plotlines instead of individual issues such as with Futures End and Batman Eternal, but for once this series does something that resembles competence.
Earth 2: World’s End #4 Written by Daniel H. Wilson, Marguerite Bennett, & Mike Johnson Art by Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, Jan Duursema, Jonathon Glapion, Jorge Jimenez, Tyler Kirkham, Joe Weems, Robson Rocha, & Paul Neary Published by DC Comics Earth 2: World’s End rounds out its first month with issue #4 so how does …