I don't have much time or patience to dedicate to this series anymore. Why? Because this series has fallen into the border-line unreadable category. I don't know what Dwayne McDuffie is trying to pull here, but I sure as hell don't like it. Well, on with the pseudo-review.
-The JLA goes crawling to some guy named Hardwire for help, because they suck or something.
-The JLA+Hardwire teleport to the location of Dr. Light and they find her and Icon(who seems to be a blatant Superman rip-off)fighting Starbreaker.
-This issue ends with the JLA finding Dharma(who I could care less about!)laying on the floor dying.
Meh. This was another attempt by Dwayne to cram his creations from Milestone Comics down the collective throats of JLA fans everywhere. I really don't give a rat's ass about the Milestone characters. I don't think anybody really does. If people cared, Milestone would be a successful independent comic book company today, instead of a defunct wing of Warner Bros. Why should I care about this Dharma guy anyway? Dwayne really gives us no reasons. Last I remember he was being a pain in the ass to the JLAers a few issues back. Now I'm supposed to care if he lives or dies? Pfft. For a score, I'll go with a 4 out of 10. The sooner James Robinson takes over this title the better I say.