Injustice 2 #8 review

Damian just continues to cross lines that are frankly quite appalling, all the while looking more conflicted than ever, even as he’s doing it. I’m expecting Tom Taylor is setting us up…

Injustice 2 #7 review

Tom Taylor really want us to feel the burn in this latest addition to the emotional treadmill that is Injustice 2. We took a little break from the big action last time…

Injustice 2 #6 review

After reading Supergirl’s solo series to review her team-up with Batgirl, you can probably imagine that I wasn’t too excited about seeing Kara feature so prominently in the latest issue of Injustice…

Injustice 2 #5 review

Ra’s al Ghul is really starting to up the ante against Batman and his dwindling Resistance, and Tom Taylor is upping the ante as well–bringing in some interesting characters we haven’t spent…

Injustice 2 #4 review

Injustice 2: come to see the reveal of Ra’s al Ghul, stay for some heart-tugging reminiscences of his petulant little grandson. Tom Taylor knows how to write emotional family dynamics and there’s…

Injustice 2 #3 review

Injustice 2 combines Digital Firsts 5 & 6 (“Contingency” and “Breakout”) into an issue of Injustice heavy on the intrigue. And if you have been playing the “Who’s FauxBat” game for the…

Injustice 2 #2 review

If you can never get enough of Batman against Batman (or even faux-Batman), welcome to Injustice’s latest grudge-match between the caped crusader and that evil guy pretending to be him–yeah, you know…

Injustice 2 #1 review

Tom Taylor is back and he’s looking good on his return to the Injustice universe! While he contributed a little between Buccellato and Sebala’s runs, he’s really been off the title since…