How Cry For Justice #2 is possibly the most emblematic comic book of this age:
1.) The narrative presents to the reader two fights.
2.) Of these two fights, the reader enters the first (a traditional hero v. hero misunderstanding fight between Mikaal Tomas and Congorilla) at about the 95 percent finished mark, after the two have been fighting for a while. Two pages after the reader enters upon the action, they stop fighting and decide to team up. You miss out on most of the actual superhero fight.
3.) The second is Green Arrow and Green Lantern versus a whole bunch of second-rate superbaddies. Sounds like a fun fight, right? Which is apparently why, rather than show us the fight, James Robinson cuts away as Hal and Ollie leap into the fray to spend a bunch of pages of Ray Palmer whining to Jay Garrick. Immediately after Ray Palmer is done whining, Robinson cuts back to the Hal/Ollie fight, which is now completely over with all the villains unconscious.
If there was ever a comic that seemed to utterly embody the idea that superheroes being super is boring compared to them whining, Cry For Justice is it.