Silly things like that aside, it was enjoyable as I said.
It did also make me revisit my post from last year when I speculated about Trinity War following the reveal of the Free Comic Book Day teaser. There were something things I had wrong (thinking it was Black Adam, not Shazam; thinking Simon Baz was John Stewart in a new costume) though I was pleased that I included the line
"we may be looking at a new Earth 3 which, at a push, could link up with the trinity aspect."and then in the comments
"My gut's saying an Earth 3/Crime Syndicate story and they'll time it for JLoA #21/#22 to hark back to the first JLA/JSA crossover."Not too far off the mark, then?
Going back to last week's Justice League #23, we're left with one more mystery: the identity of Superwoman's prisoner.
I'm going to go for the obvious and suggest that it's Earth-Three's Alexander Luthor or possibly his son Alexander Luthor, Jr seeing as Geoff Johns killed the latter at the end of Infinite Crisis; it wouldn't be too far of a stretch for him to want to redeem the character he besmirched. Plus, that would possibly tie in to Forever Evil where Luthor is seen fighting this Earth's bad guys; could the Earth-Three Luthor get free, take his duplicate's place and then fight for the good guys?
I guess we wait and see.