I guess now it's safe for the Morbius discussion thread.
I thought it was decent. It didn't really excite me, but it did a good job of giving readers an idea of who Morbius is and what he can do while giving him a different slice of NY to play in. On the downside, there wasn't much in the way of plot but I'm willing to give the book one more issue to see what Keatinge has planned for the character. I hope things get really dark and weird, as that seems the kind of environment a character like Morbius should thrive in.
Elson's a solid artist. I'm still not sure if he's the best choice for the book, as I was expecting something "moodier". His work is grounded though and that works well for the narrative being told, especially since Micheal's trying to keep out of the sight of superheroes.