I didn't care much for the latest issue. The artwork was so-so. Spoiler I really took issue with the characterization of Worf. I don't think he would be so openly emotional in that way, even over Alexander. I get it, but it just didn't "feel" like Worf. Further, I didn't like Worf, even while emotionally distraught, calling Sisko by his first name. I also didn't like Crusher calling Sisko by his first name either. I can't recall anyone outside of the Daxes, Kasidy, Cal Hudson, and admirals calling him by his first name. It was neat to see Alexander again, but he was very out of character. I think Toral would've made more sense, and while Worf didn't have the same relationship with him-obviously-Worf still had some responsibility for him. I was fine with the guilt that Worf felt over his role in bringing Kahless to power to be his motivation, though admittedly, now saving Alexander too does give him even more motivation. Redeeming/saving/stopping Toral would've been sufficient motivation as well. Or perhaps even better, if it had been Kurn who somehow had gotten his memories back. Also, the story didn't make much sense to me. If Kahless wanted to destroy the God City, why did Sisko beaming down to it prevent him from doing so? It was like they were changing Kahless's goals or something to set up the Defiant spin off instead of following through on this storyline. While I do like aspects of this storyline, I hope that Paramount/CBS doesn't consider it canon, or they are very sparing in taking aspects of it to canonize in live-action or animation.