Injustice 2 #29

Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Mike S. Miller Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 25, 2017 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 8 User Reviews: 3
8.4Critic Rating
7.7User Rating

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Black Adam and Damian send Supergirl out on a mission to rescue Wonder Woman from a Themiscyran prison. But before her would-be liberator arrives, the former Princess Diana is visited in her cell by an old antagonist.

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Matthew Lloyd Jul 4, 2018

    This issue exists more on the fringes of the world of Injustice 2. The issue provides an opportunity to see some rebuilding, even if the story does carry the impact that most issues of this series do. Read Full Review

  • 9.4
    Impulse Gamer - Andrew Bistak Jul 4, 2018

    Like previous issues, this story has some great character development, world building and Tom Taylor successfully captures the voice of each and every character. There's also an amusing moment when Batman finds out that the Booster and the Titans have stolen the Javelin from the Hall of Justice and even though he is quite annoyed, his partner Selina (Catwoman) watches on in amusement. Add in the amazing art of Bruno Redondo and he really brings this issue to life with some larger than life panels and great emotions that turns this issue into my favourite comics for the week. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Jul 4, 2018

    Injustice 2 #29 continues this series' streak as one of the most pleasant surprises in the DC lineup of books at the moment. Sometimes it's almost unbearably dark, sometimes it's hilarious, but it always does a surprisingly good job of working in real emotion and development alongside its story twists. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez Oct 25, 2017

    Injustice 2 Chapter 29 was another strong entry into this series. Tom Taylor continues to do an excellent job fleshing out the Injustice Universe as he develops multiple storylines at the same time. The spotlight on Wonder Woman's current status quo along with the direction Taylor is taking Supergirl's character made this an important chapter that plays into the larger story going on in Injustice 2. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Oct 26, 2017

    Injustice 2 works setup for the "new" location as we get to Paradise Island and see the state of things after the recent big events. Getting to see what's happened to Diana is certainly interesting as is the way the mantle has been taken over to push back on what happened. I like what we get with Kara but I wish she was a more fully formed character here rather than just going with everyone and doing things that she's uncomfortable with, but there's a level of persuasiveness that you know can come from both Damien and Black Adam. It's a solid issue that looks great and moves things forward where you can see any number of new brawls springing from. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Batman-News - Jay Yaws Jul 4, 2018

    Full of strong character work and some laugh out loud moments, this is another solid entry in the Injustice saga. While it feels more like a transitional issue that sets up storylines going ahead than a complete story unto itself, it's still an enjoyable read with some great artwork to boot. Truly, if Lobo laughing at Jaime Reyes' plight doesn't fill you with joy then I don't even know what to tell you anymore. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Christian Hoffer Jul 4, 2018

    While most issues of Injustice 2 are action-packed slugfests with shock deaths and gore, this issue is a lighthearted romp featuring Booster Gold, Blue Beetle, and the Titans. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    Weird Science - Branden Murray Oct 24, 2017

    The story of late has lacked the focus and weight of the previous 22 issues as it settles into developing the story and teams that are being reformed throughout the universe.  While the overall book still remains enjoyable, and art continues to be out of this world, I'm ready for some big time things to start shaking out again. Read Full Review

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