The only part of the issue that I don't get is the Dick story. Since we never were really introduced to Constantine and his team, I never realized that they were "criminals." However, Dick calls them that here, and it seems to fit. Apparently, his son is with the one named Brainwave, and he's apparently controlling the minds of thousands of people. Maybe? It's unclear. All we learn is that one of the "criminals" talks about "what happened" being "wrong" and owing Dick an explanation, so it doesn't sound like we're going to get a happy ending when it comes to Dick's son. But, at this point, I don't get why we're seeing this story at all. It's long ago outlived its purpose of showing us how "normal" people were coping with the events happening around them. Now, it's just some weird plot that seems to be burning up time that could be better spent on some of the more essential -- and still unclear -- stories.
** (two of five stars)