Brave & Bold #18 - Maybe it’s just that, after reading Supergirl, I am far beyond origin-storied-out for Kara. But this story was rather meh.
Trinity #20 - It took a while to get moving, but I’ve warmed up to this story. However, it does seem to be telling a story now that is essentially an Elseworlds or Alternate Earth story – of which there have been no shortage of lately.
JSA #19 - Such as. Nice that Alan calls Gog on his deliberately simplistic attitude, but the entire conflict here seems rather contrived (which may be intentional). Rather annoying that Johns is using the same theme here as in Legion of the Three Worlds, though.
Booster Gold #13 - The whole thing is fun: characters, set-up, plotlines. Nice having Michelle as the neophyte superheroine like Booster used to be, and Daniel as the goofball (like Booster used to be), showing a contrast with how Booster has developed.
Legion of Three Worlds #2 - I knew who that’d be as soon as the hand caught the ring, but very much like the legiony feel to the whole thing. Even a riff on the “5 Years After” storyline (no longer canon, alas) with Mordru. It is rather annoying that it is here where the current LSH remembers that they’re rebellious teen punks who don’t trust adults, though, since they seem to have forgotten to touch on that lately in their own book.