Tom Taylor has two great gifts as a writer. The first is an encyclopedic knowledge of the characters of the DC Universe and how they should act. The second is a creative instinct to find the perfect ways to play characters who don't normally interact off of each other in ways that make perfect sense and leave one wondering why we've never seen these characters interact before. Taylor brings about magic on these pages, from Harley Qunn's immediate attraction to bad-boy John Constantine to Detective Chimp talking to Harvey Bullock, detective to detective, after the later declares that he can't cope with talking animals and magic.
The artwork by Mark S. Miller and J. Nanjan proves a prefect complement to Taylor's script. Miller offers some wonderful designs for each character and has a particular affinity for drawing unique faces and injecting life and humanity into every expression. Yes, even the non-human face of Detective Chimp has a distinct sense of humanity, if you'll pardon the phrase.