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As for the artists, there are 15 of them, some of whom I have heard of (Andrew Robinson, Carl Critchlow, Glenn Fabry), some of whom I have not (Hermann Meija, Martin T. Williams, Doug Alexander Gregory) and at least one of whom I think I know by a different name (Liam McCormack-Sharp). Each is an accomplished artist, and every single page looks pretty great, although some sequences are, admittedly, hard to read (I couldn't make sense of the encounter with Doomsday, for example, and needed the dialogue to explain what happened to me). The problem is that everyone's style, as well as their fidelity to Kaluta's designs, varies sharply, and so the book seems to change every few pages. Sometimes the artistic torch is passed at less than ideal times, too, as in the middle of a single action sequence. It's a bit like watching a movie that's recast every five to ten minutes, and a new director and cinematographer taking over each time it is; one has no choice but to grasp the script for dear life, as it's the only constant in the storytelling.