The art on this title by Bernard Chang is excellent. Not only does it serve the story and characters well, it’s full of graphic delights like the background in the cover above. The story is kind of unimpressive, in a middle-of-a-crossover way. There are some nice character moments, but it all feels like treading water, waiting for the real conflict to go on elsewhere. It’s very colorful and there’s plenty of action, but looking at the book a few weeks after reading it, nothing stands out now except the art.