Injustice certainly has the world open to it with what it wants to do, not having any continuity constraints outside of itself, so the freedom is definitely fun to watch here sa Buccellato brings in whatever he needs to make the story work without worrying about the long term effects. And that makes for some fun as it progresses in how you have to deal with the fallout of what you do. This installment adds a new wrinkle to the rift within the gods and it draws Aquaman to the surface in the usual way but with enough to it that it works. Xermanico and Redondo have a good sense of it all here and the layouts are solid and we get some of the better Superman visuals of the series with this installment. It's definitely a lot of fun and good to get back to the proper scale of events. Read Full Review
I love the result of this issue, but the journey was a bit rough. While I loved the idea of the Greek gods fully becoming involved in Injustice, the reality of it has been a bit off. That continues this week as we get some odd scenes that feel forced and/or unnecessary. Like I said, however, I love how the issue ended and can't wait for next week and how it changes things going forward. Read Full Review
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