The conclusion of the Mordru, Jakeem, and some other loose ends story, leaving, of course, some loose ends, mainly, what happened to Hector and Lyta? I've really been enjoying the realistic art against black covers on this series, and Mr. Terrific convincing Thunderbolt that he's his own, uh, thunderbolt, was really nice, as was Jakeem using "please" near the end to ask Thunderbolt to carry out what would once have been an order. Nice, human touches in this book.
Speaking of nice, human touches, this one had one of my favorite scenes this year (so far, and the year's growing very short): Grace telling Roy in 3 whole pages that he's not devious enough, that he's just a "honest-to-God superhero." I know a lot of folks would view this as a lot of wasted panels, but I live for these moments, especially when they focus on Roy. I'm also liking the art on this book these days. Clark and Smith, with Thibert's inks, mesh well and they draw fairly expressive faces. The coloring was wonderful, too. This was an Infinite Crisis crossover, so it'll be interesting to see how it all fits in. Meanwhile, Katanna is back, so that's cool, too.