Injustice brings us to an interesting place here where it kind of resolves the main sticking point of the moment when it comes to Zeus and what he wanted. With Superman having thrown everything into a weird place and Zeus' getting involved and even putting Poseidon in his place, Zeus makes it clear he doesn't have it in him to deal with any of this anymore. And he knows exactly what Ares has been doing, though not all of it from what we can tell. The majority of this book deals with the crisis at hand in some good ways that lets most of the heroes actually act like heroes for a bit before it shifts to the realization of what's really going on within this particular play that Ares is running. It leaves me really curious to see how it's going to unfold on both sides as each has a lot to offer and only a few issues to really do anything. Read Full Review
After a fun diversion last week, we get a not so fun filler issue this week. It's all setup for the reveal of the big bad that's been controlling Ares and I hope I care more about that then anything in this issue. I can't even recommend this to fans reading this series as it would be easy to skip this week and not miss much of anything. Read Full Review
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