The artwork by Joe Bennett and Craig Yeung is largely excellent, save that it loses fine detail in the middle and far distances. A larger problem is that Bennett draws nearly every page as if he were emulating a camera that was in the process of falling to one side when it took its shot. I can understand wanting to vary up perspective but there's a number of pages where one wonders if they need to tilt their head to view the artwork properly or if someone changed the alignment of their monitor.
Personally, I found the all-too-brief back-up story involving the Suicide Squad far more interesting, if only for the revelation that Barack Obama is the president in the DC Television universe. That's not to say the plot - based on current events involving religious extremists in Africa - isn't gripping stuff. It is and I wish this comic devoted more than a page every two weeks to it. I'd also like to see more of the photo-realistic artwork of Szymon Kudranski, whose previous work on Green Lantern I enjoyed.