Plot-wise, this is an atypically focused issue. In the past, the narrative has had to jump between characters on different worlds doing different things, but this is more of a continuous single story. Martin and the team he rounds up steal the Scanner One, his old spaceship, and fly it out into the Multiverse in search of the horrible menace Martin discovered hiding there. It is a little unclear to me why, since he now has empirical proof of this threat's existence, he can't show that to anyone at A.T.A.R.I. I know that in recent years he has been dismissed as crazy, but that just makes, "See, guys? I told you so!" seem like an obvious route to take. And it might mean having their support on his mission rather than being a criminal.
It's safe to say the team dynamics are working for me so far. And Conway is a capable team book writer, if this issue is any indication. Everyone has their own roles, specific duties to fulfill in the narrative and on the team. They each get their fair share of stage time, and they all interact with each other to some degree. There's even a handy monologue summarizing their personalities and histories for any potential new readers, but written succinctly enough not to turn off old readers, either. I would offer this as a solid jumping on point to this title, were it coming out today. It very plainly explains who everyone is, why they're part of the group, and what they're trying to accomplish. It might even make more sense if you were new, because you wouldn't be wondering how Martin talked Dart and Tempest into joining him before the issue began.