just fricking awful, and not in the tiniest bit even remotely compelling
I think it definitely lost me a bit at the very end when he became Mr. Electricity, but I did like the thought of a dad reclaiming what he felt was his, even at the cost of losing his son. Hell, they set up from the beginning that his dad was a rat bastard who, once he realized that his son was part of his experiment, would use his son as a lab rat himself.
He lived vicariously through him while at the same time working to take that power for himself.
...It was a little
compelling; if not always executed well.