The action is really strong here, the stakes are high, and Aaron Lopresti's artwork is top-notch. Perhaps best of all, by the end of the issue we've really got a feel that this is a group that's come together as a cohesive team instead of just characters brought together by convenience or mutual danger. That's really important here. It makes the stakes higher, and it gives me greater hope that once Brightest Day is over, DC may just find a way to keep this group together permanently. Read Full Review
By the end of the issue, when the action has finally stopped a few things are clear. We know Power Girl is now a part of the team, we know how Maxwell Lord is remains forgotten by the rest of the world (it has to do with the collective conscious of the world helping to make someone who remembers him immediately begin to forget), and we know Power Girl can beat up anyone she damn well chooses. Worth a look. Read Full Review
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