The end of this mini-series has arrived. I'll admit, I really like the first issue. The second was good. What about the third?
While this story is over, it feels like there's more to tell. Obviously there is more to the main Blackest Night series. We should be seeing Dick going to the other heroes to fill them in on his battle. They had a different fight than we've seen in the other Blackest Night stories. The other Black Lanterns all seem to take a deadly approach when battling the heroes. They seem to go for the kill in order to convert and turn them into Black Lanterns. The Black Lantern versions of their parents didn't seem to go that route.
The writing and art were good here. I still think that the psychological approach is one of the biggest advantages the Black Lanterns have. The heroes will get thrown off a little when faced with a twisted version of a deceased loved on. I'm simply on the fence with the conclusion of this mini-series. I feel like there should be more but, at the same time, the story shouldn't be unnecessarily dragged on. I am curious to see what Deadman will do after this. While I was a little concerned with Red Robin being pulled into this series and returning to Gotham after leaving for his quest in his own series, I like how seeing these events just further convinces him that Bruce could still be alive. While this may not have been my favorite Blackest Night tie-in comic so far, it was a fun ride.