Just finished re-reading this, and man it still holds up as one of the smartest and funniest comicbooks I've ever read. I love how Brian Azzarello cleverly (and brutally) mocks all the tropes of superhero comics. Azzarello took all of DC's unwanted characters 5 years ago when the writers of 52 didn't feel these character belonged in the universe, and made them into complex characters who went to DC Comics HQ in New York and confronted the Architects about why they weren't included. Great commentary on the cyclical nature of superhero comics.
The best part of this book is the immensely talented Cliff Chiang. Only he could make me want to read an ongoing about Infectious Lass and the Nazi gorilla.
My favorite character was Traci 13. I love her (and Cliff's!) fashion sense and her delightful sarcasm.
I also love how she pretends to be the damsel-in-distress
but she's secretly the most badass on the team and pretends otherwise because of her skeptic dad. Man I miss Traci 13.
What do you guys think of this comic?