Injustice continues to build up the scale of things even when it has some minor quiet moments and this installment is all about keeping us teetering on the edge. The threat to Themyscira is pretty obvious and that's putting a lot of questions on the table for the Amazons and Wonder Woman in the face of what's there. These divisions are fun to watch just to see who will break first and how it unfolds from there. I'm also enjoying the slow reveal of what Ares is up to and who he's really working with, or more likely working for without realizing it, since that'll tag into the next year of the book I'm sure. The series has whittled down the players a lot in the last couple of years and it's been careful not to overdo that. But at the same time it feels like we're due for some major endings here, especially since I'm expecting the recent kills to return to the world of the living having seen them make the trip on Charon's boat. Read Full Review
This issue has it's usual flashes of brilliance, but is weighed down by inconsistency. We get a couple of shrouded hints and mysteries of what's to come, but the main reason to buy this issue is to see Aquaman and Mera fight Posiedon...I just wish the pacing was better. I still came away with a better than average feeling and hope for the future of this book. I can't help it, I'm a dreamer. Read Full Review
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