Injustice 2 #37

Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Daniel Sampere Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 20, 2017 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 7
9.1Critic Rating
8.1User Rating

Plastic Man enters the Phantom Zone in search of the exiled Titans, but he finds much more than he bargained for.

  • 10
    Kabooooom - Matt Morrison Dec 19, 2017

    If you haven't been reading Injustice 2 for fear of it being in accessible to non-gamers, rest assured that is not an issue. While this issue is not a good introductory point, the series presents a fascinating look at one of the best developed Elseworlds in DC Comics history. Those who have not given the original Injustice: Gods Among Us series a go would do well to try it. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Weird Science - Branden Murray Dec 19, 2017

    Injustice 2 fans can take solace in the fact Tom Taylor continues to bring the funny, action, and drama each and every week.  While the overall story doesn't move forward very much this issue some HUGE things happen in these pages … including my new blossoming love for Plastic Man. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Watch - Brandon S Dec 25, 2017

    Before the dark swerve ending, it was really nice seeing the Titans again. A literal reminder of the better times before everything went to hell. Down to Red Robin still being hopeful and optimistic about the world. It was a legitimately awesome and sweet moment. Red Robin being more than likely killed even fits as a symbolic sign that they just aren't ready for the darker world they've missed. I will admit it does kinda give me vibes of darkness induced apathy but at the same time, I feel it makes sense in that this was entirely avoidable. Namely, if they had just listened to Plastic Mans. A fact I'm sure will be brought up next issue. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Dec 21, 2017

    The surprise arrival at the end has me grinning at what a potential plot twist is in the wings coming up for the fight in general. But before all of that we get some good time with the surviving members of the Titans and what they've had to deal with as well as some brief but important reconnect moments. It's pretty much free of action but Daniel Sampere gets to move us through the Phantom Zone in a fun way and shows us the first of some of these characters in years, which is well presented in term sof showing the bond and connection – and love – that they have for each other. I'm definitely eager to see what's next considering what's introduced here. Read Full Review

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