This issue once again introduces an interesting concept to the overall concept of the series - that of duality - but it doesn't quite pull it off as well as has been done elsewhere. Zod is perplexed as the hell he has become accustomed to became a heaven, and is not happy because of it. Zod himself refers to himself as both the gravest threat and greatest visionary of Krypton which shows off a bit of duality. This is also highlighted by the interplay between Clark and the Father, which is a bit more subtle here. This is an interesting concept but it is wrapped in an issue built on some mostly pointless violence, which I didn't think was very engaging. Also I am never a big fan of robot doubles and they creeped in here as well. This was still a nice thought provoking issue but just a little seemed off at times.