Injustice: Year Five Annual #1 review

Three stories from writer Brian Buccellato that take us back to Year Five–and possibly push us forward in some ways.  This is a nice little surprise, like an extra feature on a…

Injustice: Year Five #20 review

Whoohoo!  So this is it!  Brian Buccellato brings Year Five to a crashing close in the only way it really can end: a final full-stakes confrontation between Batman and Superman and the…

Injustice: Year Five #19 review

This week’s issue of Injustice may feel a little disorienting at first, but don’t forget that the ruling premise from the start for this series has always been that inter-dimensional travel plays…

Injustice: Year Five #18 review

I have probably said this before, but or sheer action entertainment value, sometimes you just can’t do better than Injustice and this week’s issue is a perfect example. Digital Firsts 35 &…

Injustice: Year Five #17 review

Digital Firsts No. 33 & 34, “The Smoking Gun” and “Invisible Truths” have Batman putting his plan to expose the worst of Superman’s disregard for human life and justice is the focus…

Injustice: Year Five #16 review

In “Surgical Strike” and “Barbarian at the Gate” (Digital Firsts No. 31 & 32), artist Marco Santucci (with colorist Rex Lokus) brings us another issue of almost wall-to-wall combat that never gets…

Injustice: Year Five #15 review

This week’s Injustice proves that Brian Buccellato has some tricks yet to play up his sleeve. Last go-round it seemed like he was setting up a particular path for Batman and his…

Injustice: Year Five #14 review

After the emotional events of two weeks ago, we take a break from the tragedy of the Bat Family for a Flash-centric issue in which we explore Barry Allen’s conflict with being…