Injustice: Ground Zero #8 review

It would appear that Christopher Sebela is flying solo these days on Injustice: Ground Zero. With Brian Buccellato no longer credited among the creators for this title, I guess he is no…

Injustice: Ground Zero #7 review

Sometimes (like, oh, right now), Injustice: Ground Zero feels like it just wants so desperately to break out into a slapdash heist movie full of colorful and zany hijinks. Part of that,…

Injustice: Ground Zero #6 review

Last go-round I talked about Ground Zero suffering from some very uneven storytelling and this book is a perfect example of the counter-swing to the last issue.  Whereas that one felt sort…

Injustice: Ground Zero #5 review

There’s something very uneven about Ground Zero that is making me nervous. Issue No. 5 combines Digital Firsts 9 & 10 (“Muscle Car” parts 1 & 2) in a rather crackpot adventure…

Injustice: Ground Zero #4 review

I’d really like to not make a point/counter-point review between this issue of Injustice and Harley Quinn No. 12, but it’s hard to avoid the elephant in the room. Why does Injustice…

Injustice: Ground Zero #3 review

After reading Harley Quinn No. 11, this felt like the dark mirror opposite of that book in some weird way. Whereas in Harley’s solo series she was booting Mistah J out the…

Injustice: Ground Zero #2 review

I thought Harley’s narrative in the last issue was merely a device to introduce Ground Zero to audiences that maybe skipped a year or two (or all) in the Injustice saga. But…

Injustice: Ground Zero #1 review

Injustice: Ground Zero offers a launch point for anyone completely new to the Injustice world. “All Bad Things Must End” (Digital Firsts 1 & 2) spends it’s whole first half recounting five…