Searched for one, looked on all three pages, couldn't find it, so I made one. Starting with Issue 46... Wow, **** the what? The Oblivion Bar shows up on radar now, even though it's a pocket dimension? I mean, I know there's an ENTRANCE in Gotham City, and I can even accept that Batman would know about it. But how does his radar pick up what's inside of it? It's a pocket dimension! I'll chalk up Superman's weirdness to part of the story, since it clearly seems to be intended that way, but what's this crap about Batman not believing in magic? Green clearly doesn't give a **** about continuity, or character history, or character development. First he ****ed up the Joker (and Batman) in his BatCon arc. Now he's ****ing Batman up again by making him an obtuse unbeliever in magic and anything supernatural, even though Batman KNOWS AND WORKS WITH MAGICAL BEINGS. On a somewhat regular basis. He just teamed up with Zatanna not too long ago. He lost a piece of his MIND to Zatanna. He was STANDING IN A BAR FULL OF MAGES. He doesn't believe in magic? WTF is this ****? But I'll tell you what beats all: the new color of kryptonite, this vaunted new [blackout]silver kryptonite[/blackout], you know what it turns out to do? [blackout]It gets Superman really stoned. No, seriously, that's what it does. He thinks the Justice League, which thanks to Green's lazy writing includes a corporeal Red Tornado, look like cartoon characters, and he thinks it's "never too late for breakfast." I've been stoned, I've been on mushrooms, and magic-silver-K apparently just puts Superman somewhere between stoned on some diggity-dank and tripping on shrooms.[/blackout] Once again, we get Green trying to toss out name-checks like Dinosaur Island and the Oblivion Bar (in BatCon it was Harley Quinn) to make himself look like a credible writer, when in reality he's lazy, doesn't do research, and doesn't appear to care about the characters nearly as much as he cares about making a fast buck off them. And then, of course, just like in BatCon, the horribly trite ending to every issue. [blackout]This issue, Superman finally comes to sympathize with the lowlies who foolishly use drugs--"I can finally understand why some people need an escape."[/blackout] Of course, he spares a little good-natured ribbing for his old grumpyguts friend Batman: "...well, except you, Bruce." Batman is now serving his old 1990s purpose of making the star of the book look nicer, more heroic, and more decent by comparison...IN A BOOK HE'S SUPPOSED TO COSTAR IN. Honestly, people need to stop approaching this as a book that allows them to redefine Batman, Superman, and the World's Finest Hetero Life-Mates. That worked for the first arc or two, but Loeb stopped trying that because it was time for the book to start working on its own. And creative team after creative team just keeps trying to duplicate the magic of those early issues, instead of making their own. The series usually remains good and fully readable (even under Green's hideous guidance), but creators need to stop thinking they can have The Big Superman-Batman Moment, and DC needs to stop thinking this is Legends of the Dark Knight, and give it a consistent creative team for a couple of arcs.