Injustice: Year Five #29

Writer: Brian Buccellato Artist: Xermanico Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 6, 2016 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 4
9.0Critic Rating
6.8User Rating

Superman's search for loyalists from around the world leads him to Kahndaq—and a confrontation with a not very pleased Black Adam.

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Steven Brown Jul 18, 2016

    "Thrones" from start to finish kept me interested. Hands down I think Injustice is one of the best comic book series ever written by DC. Although it's not canon from the first issue to now has been a giant emotional rollercoaster. Buccellato does a wonderful job of showing us just how thin the line between hero and villain is. I think the greatest spin of it all is the fact that it's Superman that's the villain here. I've been reading this series since it's launch and I've seen Superman go from unshakable hero, to unquestionable dictator and it's a great ride. Check out Injustice #29!!! Great read!!! Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Weird Science - Jim Werner Jul 5, 2016

    The pieces of the puzzle aren't quite in their final position just yet, but this Chapter shows that they are getting close.  Both Superman and Batman are busy doing things to strengthen their sides, but we still see some cracks in the armor.  The art is great and Buccellato continues his character study story even as we see the end on the horizon.  This Chapter may be a lot of setup, but I like where it's going. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jul 7, 2016

    Injustice has a good sense of things tightening up and the lines becoming even more clearly drawn and stark with how it's playing out. I'm really enjoying seeing how Superman has fallen here and the determination and anger that drives him as he begins to question all around him on a seemingly regularl basis. Paranoia is running deep with him in a way that some used to attribute to Bruce, though not to this level. Buccellato continues to have some fun here and I'm enjoying the way it's coming together. This installment also has another really solid run of artwork as Xermanico is one of my favorite artists on this series and the pages with Bruce in the lead mines are fantastic with the brooding and what Lokus brings with the color design. Read Full Review

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