BAD THING: I fear that this moment - in which Dinah mentions her best friend and then the love of her life in the same breath before going into a certain-death situation and just what exactly that implies about the Babara Gordon/Dinah Lance relationship (two words - lesbee friends) - may result in a large number of conservative comic-reader heart attacks.
And this would be bad because I don't want Gail Simone to have any deaths on her conscience. She's far too sweet for that.
GOOD THING: I do not think Huntress, who challenges Lady Shiva to a duel to the death in order to stop Dinah from doing the same, has ever been written this awesomely.
The Final Verdict: Apart from the fact that Chuck Dixon and his fans probably need to be placed on a suicide watch following this issue, I can't think of a single bad thing about this comic.