When last we saw Jennifer Morgan, she had an inkling that something was wrong and when an intruder tries to steal food from her camp, it turns out to be none other than Tinder who has a very disturbing story to tell her. While this issue by Cary Burkett and Dan Jurgens was good, most of it had to do with going back and touching upon events involving Travis Morgan, Deimos, Morgan’s son Joshua and finally Morgan’s escapades with Tinder in Shamballah. As such, there was very little new material, instead serving as more of an introductory issue to new or lapsed readers which is needed every once in a while. The only disservice that this issue does is for the long-time readers who do not need a refresher and for those that are looking for a bit of new story, which other than seeing Jennifer and Tinder talk and battling a few of the New Atlanteans, is lacking in that department. Still, the book does a good job of doing what it set out to do so that it can get back on track next issue.
3 out of 5