What little I knew about Amazo just annoyed me. He's a robot with all the powers of the Justice League's superheroes such as Batman and Superman (sure, I have no problem with the Flash and tapping into the "speed force" so he can travel at impossible speeds, but with robots I draw the line). Yet I thought Milligan's addition of yet another Amazo--his "son", which should have annoyed me even more--was pretty good. He merges the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche and the struggle to overcome pedestrian notions of good/evil with Kid Amazo coming to terms with his being created as nothing more than a weapon along with the JLA's own trouble with being a cohesive, moral team. There's an added romance element that I don't think work, but overall an enjoyable read.