Endgame, I would agree, is a mess of disorganized order of disconnected plot points with little of sense on consistency and progress, going as harmful as to turn it all so blurry and incomprehensible (and yet again, rendering the FFs completely useless), especially with how is it closed off.
I think there has been better milestones than it, though praise where's it due, the tension and the building climax was engaging, Hershey's fall then redemption is short yet sweet, and, spoilers, Robotnik was finally defeated (despite Penders' biased decision behind it)
. I loved Endgame's concept, but it did call room for much improvement and polishing.>marks the end of "there's at least one good story every few issues."
I would say that's still prominent, just as exact as before. I think it's more that we have to get used to how prevailing and focusing is the seriousness and raising stakes for this comic, which they could daunt us somewhat or little from appreciating the good things and moments and such, yeah. It's not the ideal, but what can you do?
Remember: that's when Bollers, now in charge of writer, was warming up his skills and conforming fully to Sonic's characters and atmosphere, hence how why did it felt so rough 'round the edges, more than the usual to expect of the comic.