Injustice 2 #22

Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Bruno Redondo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 6, 2017 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 5
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In the secret stronghold of Ra’s al Ghul, it’s father versus son as Batman and Damian tangle over who gets to keep the resurrected Alfred Pennysworth. Meanwhile, Harley has a moment with Poison Ivy.

  • 9.0
    You Don't Read Comics - Rick Lopez Mar 28, 2018

    Injustice 2 issue Twenty-Two makes for a quick read, as things begin to amp up in Gorilla City, Kahndaq and Delhi respectively. With each issue, Taylor and Redondo keep readers continually guessing and wanting more. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Weird Science - Branden Murray Sep 5, 2017

    Chapter 22 is a fantastic issue with a great cliffhanger, building on the continued momentum, story wise, going forward.  The art never has a down week as all characters and backgrounds look excellent consistently. Check this out if you have any interest. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Impulse Gamer - Andrew Bistak Mar 21, 2018

    Wow what an issue and the creative still continue kicking goals with excellent story telling, realistic dialogue and characters that successfully pay homage to their cores, however in this broken world of the Injustice 2 universe. The story is really heating up again I'm really eager to see how this story pans out. It's also a comic that continues to surprise me, not to mention the amusing dialogue and raw emotions that helps bring this story to life. The only slight negative and this is very small is that the art changes in the middle of the story which does make it a little disjointed. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Mar 21, 2018

    This isn't the most epic installment of Injustice 2, but it's an incredibly solid all-around entry for a story that has gotten increasingly complex since Tom Taylor retook the reins following Injustice: Underground. and Miller bring every moment to life with cinema-quality clarity. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Sep 7, 2017

    While Injustice 2 doesn't advance the larger plot with what Ra's is up to in this installment it does move things along for Batman in relation to Alfred. And that's an important motivator to what's going on beyond that big picture and something that could have dangerous ramifications down the line depending on how he "came back" from the pit. Taylor keeps things moving at a good clip here while Redondo delivers some strong layouts that allows the action to flow well while putting us into the view that Alfred has at the same time, seeing those important to him going at it like this. It's a solid issue in a strong run that has me eager to see what's next from the team. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez Sep 6, 2017

    Injustice 2 Chapter 22 was another strong entry in one of the best comics DC is publishing. Tom Taylor treats fans with a fantastic clash between Batman and Nightwing as things got even more personal between the two. With how things ended there are still a lot of things up in the air for this story arc that can still go multiple ways as Ra's Al Ghul's shadow looms over everyone. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Mar 22, 2018

    It's a chaotic, explosive issue that sets up just how bad things have gotten in this world " but maybe it's the darkest before the dawn. Maybe. In this world, things never tend to go the heroes' way. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    DC Comics News - Matthew Lloyd Mar 21, 2018

    Injustice 2 #22 is a solid issue that continues to develop Damian's conscience while looking forward to an eventual intersection with his father. There's a bit of hope here, but the world of Injustice is tainted, and it's hard to tell if this hope is genuine or just misdirection that will make the failure of the heroes more devastating. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Christian Hoffer Mar 21, 2018

    While Injustice 2 #22 contains the great character moments we've come to expect from the series, which ties the gap between the first and second DC fighting games, this issue showcases the book's biggest weakness: its occasional sacrifice of the story making sense in order to keep the book chugging along to its inevitable conclusion. Read Full Review

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