This issue of Injustice is action packed and the only thing I didn't like is that we have to wait to see how it all works out. I can't wait and that's the best compliment I can give Brian Buccellato. His story and Xermanico's awesome art (did I mention I love his Hawkman?) combine to get me geared up for the stretch run of this book and while the end will be a little bittersweet, it's going to be one hell of a ride! One hell of a ride! Read Full Review
Injustice is on that upward curve of events that are unfolding and it has the right kind of excitement to it. While I want more actual progress with what Batman is doing and his goals to have some sort of impact, particularly as the balance really does need to start shifting some as it's getting oppressive, I'm enjoying seeing how Superman is becoming what he's long fought against and is further and further unaware of it. And seeing how his comrades aren't stepping up as needed either. The Hawkman and Mongul piece is definitely my favorite here as it just delivers on the fighting that Injustice as a game represents and Xermanico nails it perfectly here. Read Full Review
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