Superman's Regime may be fractured, but they still stand together (albeit on wobbly legs). Those legs may take a hit soon, however, as the slippery inseams of the Man of Steel's dastardly dealings look like they may be coming to light thanks to Batman's plan to expose him (with an able assist from the former Oracle herself, Batgirl!). We already know Hal Jordan and the Flash are leaning over the fence; will the revelations to come finally push them to the other side? Meanwhile, former ally Katar Hol comes back with a vengeance, but even Batman's not interested in aligning himself with this bird who's unfortunately flying much too low over the cuckoo's nest. Read Full Review
Injustice does a lot of good stuff here with its characters that it focuses on with the situations that are in place. Redondo and Albarran handle it as best as they can since it's exposition heavy but they show it can be done well with the setting from the prologue piece with Kate and Selina. The rest is somewhat bland unfortunately since there's only so much you can do with warehouse material and that limits them from really hitting something good. The story is definitely looking to strike a strong point here and there's a whole lot I like about it as it again takes chances and pushes us toward where it must all go in the end. I'm definitely looking forward to seeing what the fallout from all of this will be… Read Full Review
Brian Buccellato gives fans a very quick paced read that reinforces just how far Superman has fallen. It's not just Batman and the other heroes who are facing his wrath now and when and if he unleashes his monster squad he's been gathering, it's obvious who the real monster is. Bruno Redondo's art is as good as usual, but in the end, this is an enjoyable chapter that only pushes the story forward a little bit. Read Full Review
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