Injustice: Ground Zero #6

Injustice: Ground Zero #6

Writer: Brian Buccellato, Christopher Sebela Artist: Marco Santucci Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 9, 2016 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
8.3Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

Harley's "reunion" with the parallel Earth Joker doesn't go very smoothly, while Nightwing tries to take them both down.

  • 9.8
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Nov 9, 2016

    This chapter is so great and I absolutely loved it. Sebela's story here really picked up after those two let down chapters and he kicks it right to 11. It's by far my favorite chapter yet. The art by Santucci is pretty good as well, with character's faces still looking off sometimes but not too jarring. Harley's toxic relationship with Joker is explored in more depth that I was really looking for and it's written so amazing here. The mystery of these parallel characters is still wide open and I can't wait for more revelations and the next chapter. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 10, 2016

    The progress for this series is a bit slow to be sure as it's working through some particular Harley issues and the introduction of these other world characters but it's also doing things in an engaging way for the most part. There's a lot to like here in seeing the narration side with what Harley is experience in contrast to how she's acting outwardly while also getting into some of the other characters and their reactions and understanding of events. The script keeps things moving but not in a way where it feels like it's over in a flash and we get another round of fantastic artwork from Marco Santucci, someone who has been a great addition to the rotation this year with the property as there's some wonderful detail and great action sequences at play here. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Feb 16, 2017

    I get the feeling sometimes that having a writer tell someone else's story means stuff gets lost in the collaboration. For the most part Christopher Sebala and Brian Buccellatto seem to make it work, but it also feels like it's resulted in an uneven work where the characterizations are just slightly off and the action is sometimes a bit wooden/formulaic/and dull. Fortunately this book is none of those things even though it has a few glitches of its own. Hands down, art and story-wise Injustice is still a pleaser, even when it feels like it could use one of its own little green pills. Read Full Review

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