That's Scott trying to disarm an automatic cannon instants before it blows his head off, and I love the intensity of his expression there, the proximity of the barrel to his face, and the energy flowing off it. It's just a great instant that Kirby captured. But if you want cool Kirbytech, check out this splash page:
And for awesome action, I love the way Barda casually rips some machinery off the wall in order to block a fleeing scientist from escaping:
She's pretty awesome here; another great scene has her taking no guff from a smooth-talking good-guy secret agent named Mike McCracken:
She was the original feminist superhero, wasn't she? She wouldn't have fallen for any of that Wonder Woman "loving submission" guff.
So, yeah, it's a fun issue, even if it seems to be a departure from the high-stakes cosmic conflict of recent installments. I love the head-in-a-box villain, and the continued crazy escapes, so I'm sure this will continue to be awesome (especially since it's the only surviving title after New Gods and Forever People get cancelled after their next issues). Don't let me down, Kirby! Yeah, like that'll ever happen.
Next: Devilance the Pursuer!