Injustice 2 #24

Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Bruno Redondo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 20, 2017 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 5
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While Batman and his allies complete their mission against Ra’s al Ghul, Ra’s is not about to let them have the final victory. Was the mission to enter Ra’s’ jungle stronghold in order to rescue the children merely a distraction from something far more sinister?

  • 10
    Impulse Gamer - Andrew Bistak Apr 18, 2018

    Like previous issues of Injustice 2, it is well written and Tom Taylor who creates a compelling yet broken universe, including some excellent dialogue and witty humour. Not only Taylor get into the head space of each and every character, he also adds an element of suspense and surprise that works on every level. Then you have the impressive art of Bruno Redondo who gives the comic that Summer Blockbuster feel and is almost to die for. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    You Don't Read Comics - Rick Lopez Apr 24, 2018

    Injustice 2 continues to be a fun, action-packed break from the main DC Universe continuity. Taylor and Redondo once again bring these fun ideas to the page in an extravagant fashion, leaving readers clamoring for more with each new issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Apr 19, 2018

    For a book built on a premise that was 80% gimmick and 20% narrative integrity, Taylor continues to prove that good writing"really good writing"can overcome just about any shortcoming, and make any story a riveting come-again adventure that you never want to end. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Apr 19, 2018

    Although the issue has great spotlights for a lot of people, and gives Professor Ivo a decent ending to his storyarc as a patsy of Ra's, it's Kara who really gets to show off here, displaying how powerful both her heat vision and freeze breath are as she does what Zod couldn't and finishes Amazo off. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Sep 21, 2017

    Injustice 2 hits a pivotal point here where things are changing in terms of the scale of what's going on but it comes at the cost of pushing the majority of the cast to the background to focus on Bruce and Ra's. That's not a bad thing but the other areas felt a bit more superficial because of it. The long standing problems between the two men allows that history to give this some weight and knowing that Ra's is able to follow through in a way here that he can't in the mainstream continuity has me pretty interested in what's to come. I also quite liked what we got out of the D.C. arc so far as there are questions to be answered there and a lot of fallout that should ensue from such a disaster. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    DC Comics News - Matthew Lloyd Apr 18, 2018

    Hope is alive and well in the world of Injustice,it's been slowly building and seems break out full-fledged in this issue. Certainly, the war with Ra's al Ghul is not over, as it's been clear he will stop at nothing to achieve his vision. But, how will the alliance against Ra's take shape? Will the heroes be able to put differences aside and support, not one, but two characters wearing the reviled Superman's "S" shield? Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Christian Hoffer Apr 18, 2018

    It strains credibility that a super-android devoted to destroying mankind couldn't kill a single superhero during its brutal assault. Otherwise, this is a solid issue and continues Injustice 2's solid overall run. Read Full Review

  • 7.9
    IGN - Kat Calamia Feb 22, 2018

    Injustice 2 #20 has a wobbly start, but picks up to give an emotionally driven story. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Weird Science - Branden Murray Sep 19, 2017

    Injustice 2 Chapter 24 wraps up the saga in Ra's Sanctuary and moves the story forward setting up a new conflict and enemies from here. The art continues to be consistently amazing making this a must buy each week for me digitally. Read Full Review

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