Injustice: Year Five #15

Injustice: Year Five #15

Writer: Brian Buccellato Artist: Bruno Redondo Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 30, 2016 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 5
8.8Critic Rating
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An underground movement of Joker-worshipping civilians gains momentum, attracting the attention of the Insurgency…and Superman.

  • 9.5
    AiPT! - David Brooke Aug 3, 2016

    Probably the best paced issue of this series. A lot of things go down, plenty of action takes place, and the plot thickens quite a bit. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Mar 29, 2016

    This chapter of Injustice is full of setup, but Brian Buccellato continues his recent trend of showing the men and women behind the War and that's what makes it so compelling.  It finally feels like Buccellato has gained his footing and he is writing his own story.  Bruno Redondo swoops in and kicks ass on art and it all makes for a really good chapter that I can recommend to fans of this series. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Batman-News - Elena Carrillo Aug 4, 2016

    This book has been on point again and again: the consistency of the art, the tightness of the writing, and the dramatic turns in each new issue continue to make Injustice, hands down, the best digital offering DC has on the line–and well worth the cost of a physical floppy. Even with the added storytelling of all these extra issues in Year Five, it's going to be hard to see this one end come October. Enjoy it while it lasts! Read Full Review

  • 8.3
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Aug 4, 2016

    The thing I've come to appreciate about the fifth and final year of Injustice is that it's not really "about" any one conflict in the way the past several volumes have been. Brian Buccellato is telling a more loose story that's concerned less with plot than with exploring the psychological states of various key characters leading up to the events of the game. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Mar 31, 2016

    While I've enjoyed the artwork from Redondo and Albarran before, this installment feels like they're kicking it up a notch. Everything visually seems like it comes together better here with more details in the background, engaging new settings for things to take place in, and some solid coloring from Lokus that draws us into these respective areas well. Buccellato is upping events here a bit and looking for an area where the tide can be turned a bit and it's certainly interesting to see how the Joker Underground operates and that they're on the radar of several folks. It's mostly setup here and some minor character material but it's all done well and makes for a more compelling than expected chapter. Read Full Review

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