Injustice: Gods Among Us #2

Injustice: Gods Among Us #2

Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Jheremy Raapack Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 23, 2013 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 2
9.5Critic Rating
9.2User Rating

When someone close to Superman disappears--apparently a kidnapping victim--the Man of Steel summons his fellow Justice League members to help him search. But why can't Superman find this person himself? And will their efforts be in time?

  • 10
    Comic Vine - Gregg Katzman Jan 22, 2013

    We know things need to take one helluva dark turn for Superman to make such a drastic change and so far this script is doing an able job building us up to that breaking point. I can only imagine what Joker and Harley Quinn were doing to Lois. What's their master plan? Throw in anupcomingSuperman vs. Doomsday and you bet I'm stoked for next Tuesday!I'm legitimately loving this digital comic. It's concise, looks fantastic and simply a goodtime. At just $0.99, there's no reason to miss out on this if you're pumped for the game. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Batman-News - Andrew Asberry Feb 27, 2013

    Injustice: Gods Among Us is must-reading right now, folks. Even if you're not interested in picking up the video game later on, the comic has a really enthralling story and solid artwork. It's unlike anything else you can pick up from DC right now. Read Full Review

  • 10
    X-Man's Comic Blog - Jason Todd Mar 1, 2013

    Goddamn this comic was amazing. I don't know where you've been hiding, Tom Taylor, but I will gladly read any comic you write. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Midnight Logic - Atlee Greene Jan 28, 2013

    In a way, Tom Taylor is giving fans a story filled with those speculative “what if” scenarios you shared with your friends. For example, what if Superman is trapped in a room full of Kryptonite and Doomsday is blocking the only exit? Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 27, 2013

    The final segment builds on a thread from the previous one as Taylor starts dividing the superhero community in half in the wake of Superman's actions. Even more than the opening chapter, this one allows readers to sympathize with Superman as he searches for his new purpose in the world. One troubling aspect, though, is how quickly Wonder Woman falls in line with him and even encourages his actions. I worry how the characterization in this series will hold up over time as the characters and settings become more extreme. Read Full Review

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