Just read this... I wasn't in a rush.
I actually thought it was okay, but the new style of comics has kind of left me behind somewhat. I realise that you've got the whole "Sue and Reed missing" thing, but can you imagine, back in the 70s, launching a comic where there's no real conflict, and it's just two heroes having a cry, part 1 of 10,000?
Two-In-One was never a classic comic, it was throwaway, but it had a kind of "instant gratification". This is "hey Johnny, let's get depressed at the start of this 80,000 comic adventure... join us next time, folks."
Did the writer have to humiliate the Mole Man ?
It was neither funny nor necessary to the development of the story.
What's the point, then ?