Without giving too much away, a lot happens during this arc that is really going to change things for the future of this series. With Sizajee making his mark in his world and on Earth with his magical allies, and Ruby Stitch trying to find the magic in this world in the same way Wizord did, everything is finally beginning to come to a head as more mages are making their way towards Earth to take Wizord down. With as much as has already happened with our morally ambiguous savior, more things are going to hit the Earth and, likely, Wizord.
I've said this many times, but the team of Charles Soule and Ryan Browne are incredible. While Soule is out writing all of the comic books in the world, as well as being a lawyer and musician, he does a great job giving a personal touch to this series and making it a really fun read. This is a very strange, but gripping, story, and Soule has shown a ton of humor in this book, something that hasn't been quite as apparent in his other works. Not that it wasn't there, it's just much more obvious now.