With this issue of the Justice Society of America we hit the finale of the Kingdom Come / Gog storylines - it's been one that's been slow to develop, but the ending makes it worth the wait.
It's difficult to say much about the issue without giving too much away (something your pal Chuck tries to avoid at all times), but as always, writer Geoff Johns manages to craft an exciting and satisfying finale to this epic tale.
In it the JSA has its final showdown with Gog, the not-so-benevolent god from the Third World, and the Superman from Earth-22 faces his future.
Johns' co-writer, Alex Ross, gets to flex his creative muscles as he contributes painted art for more than seven pages. His work is as outstanding as ever - and he also provides the cover, natch.
Ross' work carries the KC Superman's story deep into the conclusion of the original Kingdom Come series - and beyond.
The pencil art of Dale Eaglesham with inks by Nathan Massengill is quite good, but it does suffer a bit in comparison to Ross' work.
It's a shame to hear that Johns is stepping down from this title in the near future - he's had a terrific run of stories, and he will be missed. But what great work he's done here!