The last page twist, sadly, wasn't surprising to me; I'd been spoiled on "Endgame"'s "big bad" last week. :-/ As for the issue itself... I love that Bruce Wayne built himself his own Iron Man suit. When he emerges in it, my first thought was, "Hey, he's got Hulkbuster armor, too!" And then Superman calls it his "Justice Buster." I had to reread the battle with Wonder Woman three times before I understood how Bruce defeated her. It didn't make a lot of sense the first time. Or the second. Eventually it dawned on me; he wrapped her in a Lasso of Lies, which put her into a trance. The takedown of the Flash felt like it was missing something. Okay, the Flash hits a frictionless oil slick, so he careens into a building. Does that disable him? Does his super-fast metabolism kick in if he's knocked unconscious so he'll be up and running in a few minutes? I felt like it needed some "finishing move." The takedown of Aquaman was just mean. I can't wait to see how well the Justice Buster armor stands up to Superman in the next issue. I'm still not sure that the New 52's timescale works. Only four years since Zero Year? What happened to the idea that Batman operated as an urban legend for a few years prior to Justice League #1, which was five years ago?