While at first I missed the interaction of characters between the two Earths (Alpha and Omega), I’m now enjoying their two separate storylines equally as much. Earth-Omega’s focus is on the anger of Dragonfly’s teenage partner, who wants to quit, but isn’t being allowed to. The hostility in each direction is growing. On Earth-Alpha we’re introduced to the absurdly-named Lady Dragonflyman, as seen on the cover, who it seems is going to replace Dragonflyman’s teenage partner, something he’s not happy about. Nicely done all around.