Read 2 of them on the way home.
Justice League of America 11 (Of course, I read this first, duh; it featured Roy)
This was actually not what I'd expected. I didn't realize it would be just Roy and Mari. We don't see the building collapse and trap them, nor do we see them safe and on the way to the hospital (for sure), darn it. But what we got was tight, claustrophic (thanks to tightly drawn panels and lots of black space around the panels), and emotionally gripping. Even Turner's cover was tolerable. Gene Ha's art was more a series of tiny paintings than comic book illos and the effect worked well with Brad Meltzer's words (dialogue plus Roy's narration). I love how Roy stayed cool and kept Mari focused. I also was surprised at the shift in Mari's abilities and am intrigued by it. Nice issue. Nice look at two heroes.
Continuing the total destruction of Selina's personal life. Will Pfeifer is a sadist when it comes to Selina, but such a good writer. I was glad for the glimpse of Holly and loved Bruce's tenderness with Helena. But that car seat, I believe, should be facing the other way for a kid that young. At least it was in the back, where it should be. Wonderful cover. Can't wait to see how Selina gets out of this mess, or if she does. And I hope bad things don't happen to Helena.