Now this isn't exactly a deep issue when it comes to the plot as it's little more that a series of encounters between members of the Teen Titans and the JLA. Now as character pieces these exchanges are pretty interesting, as one has to love Starfire and her ever present short fuse, and the scene where Impulse & the Flash have their conversation I was pleasantly surprised to see Geoff Johns had picked up on this potential source of tension, as I've always gotten the sense that Wally looked upon Bart as more of an annoyance than a potential successor. However, given Wally is all about living in the moment, I can see why he wouldn't be inclined to be thinking that far ahead in the game. This issue also nicely brings up a real sour note that exists between the two groups, but other than bringing it up, the idea that it was a Superman android that killed Donna Troy and Lilith is quickly dropped, as Wonder Woman does an abrupt about face and promptly forgets the overly aggressive stance that Read Full Review
McKone outdoes himself this issue, turning in his best work yet on the title. Too often JLA guest-spots come off as cheesy outside their own title, but he does the five power-houses in this story proud, while continuing to develop the best looking Titans since the Buckingham/Grayson days. His storytelling is clear, his tech inventive, and has heroes look glamorous and strong. Read Full Review
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