Probably some spoilers ahead so don't read if you do not want to know some of what went on in this issue.
OK, finally got this thing and read it. I liked it but it seemed a little anti-climactic to me. It was a big build-up in the first issue and then it seemed like a race to the finish here. Yes, Kang, Kodos and Serak all make an appearance but not in the way you would think they would. I guess the reason for the rushed story is that there were so many characters and so many plot points that needed wrapping up that there wasn't the time. In retrospect this may have been better served as three or four part story instead of just the two parts. Another option would have been to expand the page count for both comics and make it more deluxe to fit in more story.
I would like to have seen more of Nibbler's life as a baby and Bart and Fry getting into more mishevious as well. All in all I guess I would like to have seen more interaction between the two worlds - Lisa and Leela were a good match but how about Leela and Marge? Or Leela and Homer? Or better yet, Leela or Amy and Moe? Barney? I liked the scenes with Farnsworth, glavin scientist Frink and his father and thought that was played out really nicely.
All in all though I give this issue a B+. Really fun but not quite up to the standards and set-up of the first issue. Of course now that the die is cast this sets up possible crossovers in the future. Perhaps next time the world of the Simpsons will visit the future or with the ever present danger of the brain slugs maybe the gang from Futurama will come back to the Simpsons. If there is a bound trade paperback forthcoming I am looking forward to it and hope they include some extras in it like rough pencil pages and so forth as once again the art was superb here. Top notch by James Lloyd and glad that we will see him back in the pages of Futurama after this.
Oh, yeah - did I mention that both of these covers would make great giclee prints? I didn't? I could have sworn I did. Here's keeping my fingers crossed.