The GoodThe short featuring Gravity was probably the best of the bunch, although I'm not entirely sure where it fits in the current timetable. Gravity squares off against the Radioactive Man's illegitimate son, Warhead for the first time and the end promises a continuation in the first issue of Young Allies, yet I thought he fought Warhead and the Bastards of Evil for the first time in that issue? Either way, it's a well-told story that manages to deliver on a good theme of how much difference one hero, even a third-stringer like Gravity, can make in the grand scheme of things. The part with him "going Google earth" was a device I'm really surprised I haven't seen captured in any other comics, so far.
While I'm usually leery of mixing superheroes with real world conflicts, I have to say the Gauntlet's story had a poignant message about keeping the Heroic Age in perspective with America's real heroes.