John Layman is one issue away from leaving Detective Comics, and Mark Waid's Green Hornet saga is now three-fourths of the way done. So this blog may as well be nicknamed the "outgoing writer" post.
The art is solid, although with Jason Fabok not doing this issue, the art kind of felt like an attempt to be a lookalike. It was solid but not as great as it had been.
The story has a fairly large hole in that no one outside Gotham really seems to have noticed the city's acting oddly, but outside of that, a lot of good stuff is in place here.
I gave Detective Comics #28 a 7.5/10. It's definitely good and many will find it to be worthwhile, but for $4 people may want a little better.
The art is solid, but there are some panels that just look ridiculous. Nonetheless, I could tell what they were trying to accomplish and Mark Waid's storytelling carries the book through.
I gave the book a 7.1/10 because I can objectively tell it's good. It's biggest problem is that it feels so disjointed because it takes too long to get out.
I'd actually suggest that people who haven't been following the title just wait until the trade so they can read the story in one shot.
As for those who have been reading it, I'd buy it since at this point I'm just curious how it will end in three issues.