Ok, wow. I was very harsh on the first issue of this series, it seemed pointless and over-polarised to me at the time but the second seemed a little stronger and started to turn me around with its work on women and sexuality. This third issue though is not only terrific on its own terms but it brings the issues before it up a notch or two with its revelations, really lending new importance to them with its ideas. I was dreading this issue, disappointed that it was the title up this week but I ended up finding it to be one of if not the best of the Before Watchmen books thus far and the clear title of the week. And that is a big maneuver for a book to make, I mean wow, OK?