I love convergence in a story, where multiple threads collide. This Adam Strange miniseries continues to surprise me with its almost effortless juggling of so many story threads in such a relatively short space.
I also love that this miniseries aims to relaunch the character as a more serious science-fantasy concept (and succeeds), distancing but not completely ignoring the character's high concept roots, nor does it dispense with continuity, still ir corporating Swamp Thing's visit to Rann a half decade earlier.
Richard Brunning puts on a masterclass on revitalizing a character, especially relevant in these reboot /retcon crazy times. Now, to track down that 3rd issue.