Not bad, not bad at all, but it would have been nice to see a panel where Moffat mysteriously clocked Waters on the old noggin to help set up the finale.For a moment there I blanked on the bait-and-switch tactic that was used to establish the second saboteur in this tale. And didn't the Woman in Red absorb quite a bit of punishment this time around?She lucked out on the stamping machine (whew), but the wrench that knocked her out really could've been fatal.
That's what I love about Golden Age heroes. They'll get clocked, give themselves a quick reprimand and get back to business.No muss, no fuss.
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