I can't believe I'm starting to like this title.
The direction may not be the best due to the decision of making the protagonist so different to the previous incarnation but other than that the book is quite enjoyable. The portrayal of Phantom Stranger's normal and supernatural lives is really well done as well as the family dynamics, plus, it keeps introducing interesting characters like the new Doctor Thirteen who I hope joins the supporting cast.
Didio is also injecting a creepy tone to the book that is really unusual coming from him, the art fortunately fits this style perfectly.
This is the first time I can genuinely say that I'm invested on a Didio's book (Not counting OMAC because that was mostly Giffen).