The fourth year of Injustice certainly wasn't a repeat of the third year and I do find myself largely enjoying it. It's a series I get a kick out of since it can take more chances and really alter the landscape, though they're careful to not go too far too often " which I think is a mistake. This series and its setting allows for some great exploration of characters in difficult situations with a certain level of violence while also being able to just run at it with a larger run overall. It's kind of old school in a way, particularly since it's disconnected from everything else, and there's a weird kind of fun about it. Buccellato did a solid job after a bit of a rocky start with this year, but the end results are ones that I largely like. I'm definitely game for a fifth year. Read Full Review
This finale to Injustice: Year Four was very much like the entire Year...a disappointment. In fact, this whole Year felt like a missed opportunity as it ends with a fizzle. I do like the ideas that it set up for Year Five, but cannot recommend it to anyone wanting to see what this Injustice book is all about. I really hope that Year Five is better. Read Full Review
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