This sort of thing is author Tom Taylor's bread and butter. Yet he also manages to get in a fair bit of social commentary, as Barry Allen and Hal Jordan take it upon themselves to do the impossible - get the United States Congress to do their jobs and knock it off with the gridlock and grandstanding! Leave it to an Australian to perfectly capture the absurdity of the American political system and to do it in a way that would make Dennis O'Neil proud.
The art team continue to do a stellar job on the artwork. Bruno Redondo's designs for the characters are clear and distinct. I particularly like how his Hal Jordan resembles Nathan Fillion. Julien Hugonnard-Bert goes surprisingly light on the inks, with much of the actual shading of the book being accomplished through highlights added into the colors by colorist Rex Lokus.