Yay, it’s finally over.
I have no idea what happens in this issue except a bunch of superheroes hang out in the Rocky Mountains, fight the Beyonder, talk a lot, and look sad at the end.
Shooter appears–he doesn’t even reveal what the Beyonder’s final plan was going to be–to be aping 2010 (the movie) and a little of 2001 (the movie), only set in the Marvel Universe. There’s even this strange set-up for the New Universe, but I guess Marvel never directly said it was a result of this series.
The art’s really bad, from the layouts to the close-ups. No one could have thought this issue looked good–when all the heroes group together, it’s just lame. They’re moping around, not active.
The Beyonder does a video diary at one point, which makes absolutely no sense. Shooter also writes him some really stupid monologues.
God in Man, Man in God!; writer, Jim Shooter; penciller, Al Milgrom; inker, Steve Leialoha; colorist, M. Hands; letterers, Joe Rosen and Rick Parker; editor, Bob Budiansky; publisher, Marvel Comics.