Superman simply retreating is not something Batman thinks is good, knowing from experience that he’ll regroup and return. Meanwhile, Wonder Woman has been ordered to leave Superman’s side, and that’s not going to sit well with her, to say the least.
This week's Injustice gets the book closer to it's former glory with an action filled slugfest that I enjoyed reading. Sure, the characterizations still aren't perfect, but the story is interesting and the cliffhanger promises more fussin' and a fightin'. Frustrated fans (like myself) may finally be getting a glimpse of better times coming soon. Read Full Review
Injustice is about to raise the stakes with what's being set into motion and that works well for me. This issue lets Hal step up for a bit and get tossed around by Hercules after getting in a few token hits, so that has a certain appeal when it comes to this particular incarnation of the character. I rather liked the whole Batman and his crew observance of what's going on and the way it's best to just stay out of it for now, but also the fact that they're getting exactly what they wanted. Whether it really is a massacre or not remains to be seen, since there's only so many characters you can kill before you run out of characters to use, but here's hoping that this fight has some real weight and impact to it in the grand scheme of what this world has become. A shake-up of the status quo is certainly in order here. Read Full Review
Year Four has had some breakout moments, but its conclusion is a bit of a clunker. In a Year that focuses on the gods (old and new), it shouldn't be surprising to have a deus ex machina ending, but that doesn't make it any less unsatisfying. Coupled with explanations that include the perennial "I can't tell you the answer because–suspense", and a finale that's mostly talk before a cliffhanger involving a side plot we barely know anything about makes for the weakest Year-end in the Injustice run. While disappointing, however, I'll add what I've said before many times: a bad day's read of Injustice is still better than many other books on their best days. Read Full Review
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