Injustice: Year Three #1 review

Print issue No. 1 collects the Digital Firsts 1 & 2, “Rose” and “Magic”. Enter John Constantine, without whom the whole landscape of comics might look very different today. I don’t think…

Injustice: Year Two Annual #1 review

What I like best about annuals is that they are an opportunity to tell stories that can enhance, build on, or deviate completely from the current continuity. In a way you’re getting…

Injustice: Year Two #12 review

Print issue No. 12 collects the Digital Firsts 23 & 24, “Fall of the Gods” and “World’s End”, and wraps up the tortuous journey that has been Year Two. This time around…

Injustice: Year Two #11 review

Print issue No. 11 collects the Digital Firsts 21 & 22, “Crashing to Earth” and “Canary’s Revenge”, and if you thought we might get a cool-down or some grieving space after last…

Injustice: Year Two #10 review

Print issue No. 10 collects the Digital Firsts 19 & 20, “Air Assault” and “Gordon”. And while I’m going to drop the spoilers under cuts, suffice it to say that if you…

Injustice: Year Two #9 review

Print issue No. 9 collects the Digital Firsts 17 & 18, “Absolute Freaking Carnage” and “Ground Assault” all wrapped up in a gloriously simple, yet awesomely ominous cover by Stéphane Roux. Tom…

Injustice: Year Two #8 review

Print issue No. 8 collects the Digital Firsts 15 & 16, “War is Coming” and “One Day More”. It’s seven months later: Black Canary has given birth to a boy she has…

Injustice: Year Two #7 review

Tell me again why you’re not reading this series? Last week Injustice vol. 2 was released, which now puts all of Year One at your disposal. Get it, read it, and catch…

Injustice: Year Two #6 review

Print issue No. 6 collects the Digital Firsts 11 & 12, “Power Shift” and “Casualties of War”.  Hal Jordan and John Stewart race to Utah in a desperate attempt to prevent a…