This is good work. The crossover is set up in an efficient and convincing way, the key players are introduced quite effectively (particularly Tommy and his world, who obviously need more of an introduction than the League does), and we're left with a solid cliffhanger, leading into a second issue that promises not only to deliver some exciting (and probably hilarious) action, but also more well-observed character interaction. Regular readers will know that I don't normally pick up DC comics; that's because they're rarely this good. Read Full Review
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