The God Machine awakens. Lines are drawn. The fate of two worlds hangs in the balance. And Christopher makes one final, impossible choice.
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ComicBook.comFor Ordinary Gods #12 to be the series finale, I feel like there is some sort of massive disconnect between this issue and the previous one, so much so that there were times I wasn't sure I was reading the same series. The story is supposed to evoke some sort of feelings or delineation between the matters of gods and those of people – some commentary about the big versus the personal, but the execution of it is a bit messy and lacking. There's also a bit about a dog that doesn't sit well with me. Overall, it just feels like a bit more time could have been spent here to make this really work but simply wasn't.
COMICONThe Ordinary Gods face an end. Also facing ends are two worlds. Yet, does the activation of the God Machine truly represent doomsday? If not then what are the ends that the worlds and gods face?