Injustice: Ground Zero #2

Injustice: Ground Zero #2

Writer: Christopher Sebela Artist: Pop Mhan Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 12, 2016 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 6
8.2Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

Harley and her gang of Jokers set out to rob one of the Regime's Super Pill factories. But the mission goes awry with the arrival of a bat of a different color.

  • 9.5
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Oct 18, 2016

    Chapter 2 was a nice second half to the "All Bad Things Must End" story. Christopher Sebela really knows how to right Harley so well and shows he really knows the world he's working with. The art from Tom Derenick was awesome and very colorful. With this series, there doesn't to seem to be any required reading or playing to just jump into this comic, which you so definitely should. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The DC Bros - Dillyn Chadwick Dec 21, 2016

    I loved the first half of the issue, as much as I've loved the series so far. It really delves into Harley's love for her new goons. The art is so nice and these writers have really captured Harley's character so well as we continue her life post-Joker in this Injustice world. The second half was a little bit of a let down. I was pretty bored with it. It wasn't bad but not as good as I was expecting. As I turned the pages, I was expecting more. Most of it was fighting with Harley monologuing to herself. The writing for it though is really good and the art from Daniel Sampere continues to deliver. Maybe I just wasn't into it. But, with an awesome cliffhanger, I'm still very interested in continuing the story. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Oct 13, 2016

    Injustice gets itself underway more formally with this issue after the recap opening issue that set things up for it and it's a pretty fun book. Buccellato and Sebela are doing well here, though I assume we're mostly in Sebela scripting it at this point and working off of the launching point that was orchestrated editorially and with Buccellato, so it has a good flow and the humor works as we get things from Harley's perspective. It's not a big story but it helps to ease us into this world, one that Tom Derenick knows well from many installments in the previous incarnation, something that makes it welcome to see again here as it provides that extra bit of continuity. Fun stuff all around that has me looking forward to when things get a lot more intense. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Dec 21, 2016

    Buccellato and Sebela are keeping Injustice: Ground Zero fresh despite borrowing on a world that's seen five years worth of war and misery. Part of why it works is that we're getting the worm's eye view of the battle. While Harley still has half a little green pill and goes up against Sinestro in her own way, this battle takes place in the streets of Gotham–mostly on the ground looking up. We're getting to see the insurgency from the viewpoint of more of the ordinary folks who are fighting the day-to-day. I really love this slightly more everyman approach. Though I am very excited to see what our alternate universe heroes will do now that they have been dragged into this world, I feel equally invested in seeing the regular people taking back their cities. I hope that's a theme that will carry through in this bold new series! Read Full Review

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