Recently reviewed by me at CBR: Final Crisis #3, about which I write the following sentences: "I still like the insanity of the opening scene the best because it doesn't go out of its way to explain itself. It's enough to know that the government has plans for Rene Montoya, and enough to know that she's looking for answers. It's enough to know that a Nazi Supergirl has fallen to Earth, and that's a bad thing either way: (a) she'll wake up, and, hey, Nazi Supergirl on Earth! Or (b) she's dead and if there's a power out there strong enough to kill a Nazi Supergirl, Earth's probably in trouble. I'm sure we'll learn more about these plot elements in future issues, but what I've liked about 'Final Crisis' so far is its willingness to throw so many images and ideas into the mix, without bothering to explain every single one along the way. With issue #3, we're getting into the explanation phase, which is necessary, of course, but it sucks a bit of the life out of the story for me. Not enough to make it dull, but enough to remind me of some of Geoff Johns' work on 'Justice Society of America' in which dozens of costumed characters stand around talking about things I already know. That's just the middle of "Final Crisis" #3, and it doesn't detract too much from the work as a whole."
Read the entire review HERE.