This monster is the beast that lives between worlds. It hitches rides on the wake of interdimensional travelers. It feeds off of the radiation created by the slight variance in the vibrational frequency of the travelers in their new dimension. But it soon learns that the radiation from nuclear power plants sates its appetite as well. But this energy has side-effects which turn it into gigantic, raving lunatic. That's its connection to Earth 2, cover! And I better not read something different when I turn the page!
Do things always have to get enormously bigger as they feed on nuclear radiation? What's the origin of this cliche?
Why is it when one of these girls has a life crisis, they consult a cat? Why am I even asking that? I ask my cat unanswerable questions all the time.
So he wants to close off all access back to Earth 2. Is it because he's afraid of Darkseid following him? Or maybe Steppenwolf if Hakkou is merely an escaped Parademon. Maybe he'll become friends with Power Girl and The Huntress once they realize he's just trying to escape the whole Apokolypsian war machine.
Revelatory subtext: Power Girl does not like anal.
Another inadvertent boob window. How many times are they going to do this before they just say "Fuck it!" and give her back her old costume?
The Huntress gets Power Girl's attention and tells her the plan. Power Girl digs the warhead out of the ship and throws it down Hakkou's throat.
Hopefully he just reverted to normal size and Power Girl can fish him out of the ocean and get some answers. Otherwise the stupid cover really was asking me to answer its question since it didn't know the answer either!
Worlds' Finest #4 Rating: No change. I have Worlds' Finest ranked at #4 right now which might be too high for the title in some respects. It doesn't blow me away with the writing or the current plot. But it has fun and likability in spades. This is overall simply a really fun (and sweet!) comic book. I can't recommend it highly enough. And it's very possibly one of the first titles I'd recommend to younger readers (especially female). Two wonderful characters here.