GOOD THING: It's got a great concept that builds upon a very simple principle; everybody loves a good monster fight.
The crux of this issue is Grant Morrison's new Frankenstein teaming up with Francine Langstrom, to try and cure her husband (a.k.a. Man-bat), in the midst of an attack by Bizzaro Superman (who want hurt good woman who give powers to Bat-Man) and a Black Lantern Solomon Grundy (who just wants to kill everyone).
BAD THING: The execution doesn't quite live up to the concept. I want to like the idea of a three-way fight between Grundy, Bizzaro and Man-Bat, but the comic just works too hard to add reasoning and pathos to what should and could be a very simple monsters fighting monsters comic.
Also, I'm still trying to wrap my head around just why the Black Lantern ring brought back Solomon Grundy and not Cyrus Gold.
The Final Verdict: Easily skipped by all but the most hard-core of Blackest Night collectors. The idea of a Man-Bat/Bizarro/Solomon Grundy fight sounds much cooler than it actually is.