Injustice: Year Five #4

Injustice: Year Five #4

Writer: Brian Buccellato Artist: Mike S. Miller Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 13, 2016 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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Disagreements break out in the Regime about the use of villains for enforcement. Meanwhile, Bane and Killer Frost hunt down Catwoman.

  • 9.5
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Feb 18, 2016

    Is it really so bad to admit something this brutal and rather mean-spirited can be so entertaining? Injustice has, from the beginning, shown us moments of horror, shock, terror, and awe. Tom Taylor set the tone for this comic in Year One, and Buccellato echoes the high drama we've come to expect. There's a lot in motion right now with this title and still plenty of time to develop all these pieces toward an explosive finale. If the book keeps up at this pace, it should be quite the holocaust. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Jan 11, 2016

    Year Five of Injustice continues being really good with an expanding roster that can only be heading for an explosive ending.  Brian Buccellato is using it all to give this Year the feel of the book that longtime fans fell in love with to begin with and Mike S. Miller's art makes everything look great. This issue is heavy on the setup, but the payoff should be filled with death and destruction and isn't that what we want from this book?  I'm not embarrassed to admit that yes it is...yes it is. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jan 12, 2016

    While there are no truly big moments here, Injustice does some stage setting and adds a little more to the growing schism within the regime. Superman's methods obviously do not go over well with some as he's in an ends justify the means phase in a big way here. Which isn't a surprise after battling gods and Darkseid in order to protect the world from what he sees as threats. Validation all around, which really makes him difficult to deal with when there's some rejection in his life. I liked his story and I had fun with Catwoman's, both of which Mike S. Miller once again doles out in a great way for the readers. There's something close to a "series style" for this book across the various artists and they all work it pretty well while also adhering to the game to some degree as well. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Wednesday Comics - Garrett Walz Feb 29, 2016

    The art by Miller and Coello is epic in nature with great powerful stances by all character's in this issue especially when it comes to motivation in some character's eyes versus the malice in other's. Both artists great use of shadows throughout this story makes it feel like a showdown for the ages. Read Full Review

  • 6.6
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 18, 2016

    The former storyline reaches a solid conclusion. In addition to a healthy dose of violent action and expressive figure work from Mike S. Miller, this chapter offers a sad, wistful look at the relationship between Batman and Catwoman. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Batman Universe - Bill Heuer Feb 19, 2016

    Overall, these two chapters had a few exciting moments but really seemed to just be filler. The artwork still holds up and helps to deliver these exciting moments. Read Full Review

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