What do Power Girl #1-#6, JSA Classified #1-#4, and Birds of Prey #47-#49 have in common? They're all illustrated by Amanda Conner. She's brilliant and her style reminds me a lot of Kevin Maguire's humorous Justice League work.
Unfortunately the stories don't deserve her talent. Unlike Batman Incorporated, which seems to have an ambitious plot that needs more fleshing out, these comics have tedious heavily cliched stories stretched out across multiple issues. Hardly even worth reading the dialog.