englentine's Final Crisis #7 - New Heaven, New Earth review


At this point I gave up on the story. Hell, if Morrison isn't going to care, why should I. This entire series reminded me of a scene from Tootsie, where Bill Murray is at a party and he is talking to some friends. He tells them, " I do not want someone to tell me, Hey I loved your play. I want someone to come up to me and say, Hey man, I saw your play the other night. What the hell happened,"  There is a lot of stuff hapening here, it just doesnt make sense.


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