Injustice 2 #27 review

And now for something completely different. Hal Jordan has been convicted of crimes under the influence of the yellow ring and sentenced to the penal colony on Harring to do back-breaking labor…

Injustice 2 #24 review

I never would have imagined that Supergirl could take on Amazo by herself and sell it, but Tom Taylor carefully choreographs a scenario just daring enough to pull it off! And this…

Injustice 2 #23 review

Tom Taylor’s Injustice 2 continues to pull no punches whatsoever as a new and sort of misaligned Justice League takes on Ra’s al Ghul’s insanely invulnerable Amazo. It’s Wonder Woman and Batman!…

Injustice 2 #22 review

The sweeping romance of Killer Croc and the Killer Whale continues in Tom Taylor’s tale of bestia–no wait, this is Injustice 2.  Well, actually I guess the statement stands. It’s little details…

Injustice 2 #21 review

The potpourri of characters and situations in this week’s Injustice 2 is a testament to Tom Taylor’s ability to juggle his sizable (and ever-growing) cast and their many intricate motivations, actions, and…

Injustice 2 #20 review

Tom Taylor plays with the lives of the Injustice characters like a cruel and merciless god who occasionally has a good day and decides to do something kind for a change. So…

Injustice 2 #19 review

Tom Taylor likes to play with our emotions. We know this. He’s killed off untold favorites since the dawn of Injustice: ripping our hearts out with every distress-filled death since Lois Lane…

Injustice 2 #18 review

Batman and Batgirl suit up in arctic Bat-tle gear to infiltrate Superman’s Fortress of Solitude.  Everyone else just has on their regular day-wear.  It’s a strange choice that Xermanico executes in an…

Injustice 2 #17 review

Every now and then I feel like this world of Injustice is played out: the dynamics are on a rinse and repeat cycle that just feels trodden and sodden at this stage…

Injustice 2 #16 review

It’s a race to free Wonder Woman! As Kara, Antiope, and Phillipus lead a band of sisters to aid Diana, they face stiff opposition. Elsewhere, Barry rights two wrongs—even at the risk…