I don't have much to say here, given the onion-chopping ninjas distracting me right now. But, DeConnick proves once again that she's a master of characterization, since Tracy's good-bye letter to Carol (particularly the last part) reminds you just how much you knew about her. It reads exactly as you'd expect it to read, and it's really a marvel that it does, since it shows how invested DeConnick has made us in Tracy. As I've often said, Carol's supporting cast is one of the best things about her, and DeConnick reminds us of that here. Now, I've got to get rid of these ninjas.
*** (three of five stars)