Scott Allie said as much in the letters section of issue 3. I commented on twitter to Tonči Zonjić and he confirmed it happily.
#4 out TODAY. Picked it up in my LCS.
Interesting what happened in the comic. Not sure where this is going, as it has one more issue.
Spoilers for #4
Well, that was fun. It seems like Kamala was able to summon the black flames, just like the Frog Monsters did in The Black Flame. I hope that connection is explored. I'm also starting to wonder if who The Black Flame is is really important. He could be completely expendable and replaceable, and it is really Kamala who is the real villain. The Black Flame is just a puppet.
Anyway, there's a lot of questions as we go into issue #5. These more action-orientated issues always go by so quickly...
He shot him with an anti air craft gun.
Let me repeat that, Lobster Johnson has what appears to be an anti air craft gun in his lair.
And they say Batman is prepared for everything.
It really was, I loved this issue so much.
Everything about it is perfect. The art is amazing, the story is fun and it has so many elements that elicit a childlike sense of joy from me; like the sound effects of the guns being reminiscent of the pows from the Adam West Batman show and things like having a random, huge ass gun turret in his lair.
What more can you ask of from a comic book?
makes you wonder how blowed-up Mr Pope really is.
He was the sort of person who stood on mountaintops during thunderstorms in wet copper armour shouting "All the Gods are bastards".
I liked the first LoJo mini fine, but this one just blows it out of the water. Everything clicks. It's what a LoJo solo story should be.