Some logos done with computer fonts, some hand lettered. Both looked sloppy.
Gay references to Captain Metropolis and Hooded Justice were way overcooked.
A plot device running an old Minutemen comic parallel with the current story. Could have been a reasonable idea, but Cooke can only keep it up for four pages. The cover of which is a reference to the first appearance of the JSA, but the lettering font they chose for it is more similar to typefaces used by EC on non-superhero comics.
A reference to Captain Kangaroo... in 1940. Use of the phrase "sick fuck" as a adjective-noun, the word "fag" and the phrase "go fuck yourself" may be anachronistic, as well.
No idea what the BDSM fantasy panels were supposed to be. Likewise no idea why the aftermath of Silhouette being shot was cut up and interspersed into the preceding section of the narrative. Seems like Cooke did that just to do it, as it added nothing but confusion. Starting off that sequence as a seemingly sexual scene was a very odd choice.
The art sucked, as usual. A lot of Kirby hands this time out. The alt cover is Cliff Chiang, whoever the fuck that is.
"The trouble with being a ghost writer or artist is that you must remain anonymous without credit.
If one wants the credit, one has to cease being a ghost and become a leader or innovator." — Bob Kane