He must have been up against a deadline, because this issue is sparse on dialogue, although, it's not like Solomon Grundy is a man of many words.
This is an origin story of Grundy, and I guess I wasn't familiar with it, because I was a little touched by how tragic it was.
Although it moves fast because of a lack of dialogue, the story is quite good, as Kindt has proven to be a formidable storyteller so far in his young career. This is helped by the fact that Aaron Lopresti drew art duties for this book, and I'm a fan of his work. His crisp line work and good visual storytelling are a compliment to Kindt's writing here.
Overall, a good Villains Month crossover, especially for Earth 2 fans. Between this and Daasad, it has been a good two-issue month for Earth 2 in September.