Brian Buccellato has pulled off Year Five with flying colors. He's managed to make the interdimensional intrusion work in a universe already packed full of wacky improbabilities. Now Batman's got his "morally intact" Justice League (and more than he probably bargained for). One more issue to see what he does with it and then brace yourselves for the next piece of the Injustice puzzle! Read Full Review
This chapter of Injustice is a big setup, but it's a big setup to something huge and maybe the end of good, old Bizarro. I might want him to stick around, but Lex does not and sets things up to make sure he doesn't. The cliffhanger is worth the price of admission alone and I can't wait until next week to see what happens...even if it makes me cry. Read Full Review
While Mike S. Miller wasn't one of my top choices on the book, especially in earlier incarnations, his work in the fifth year has been a lot stronger. This issue is quite solid from him as Bizarro feels like he's totally in his wheelhouse, especially with the expressions and overall design. There's some decent if minor progression here overall as the pieces are being put into place and it's fun to read as it unfolds, light and somewhat superficial as it is. Definitely a fun chapter overall considering how weirdly dark it got the last time around and it looks like it's going to get back to that phase soon enough. Read Full Review
All Injustice fans can enjoy this because the events are displaced from time and place. It hearkens back to a better time for our heroes and it's going to shock you with fantastic Joker scenes. Read Full Review
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