Injustice 2 (comic)

Injustice 2 Annual #2 review

The world of Injustice is built on tragedy.  Superman in particular lost his wife, his unborn child, and the city he called home.  From...

Injustice 2 #36 review

This issue, above all others, has a thankless task.  As the final issue of a prequel to a game that has been out...

Injustice 2 #35 review

This is not just the wedding of the year, it's the wedding of the decade. No, the century. Nay, the millennium. Yes, Killer Croc and Orca, that...

Injustice 2 #34 review

I mentioned in my previous review for Injustice 2 that the series is slowing down as it approaches the end, almost inevitably so. ...

Injustice 2 #33 review

As we approach the finale of the Injustice 2 comic, storylines need to be wrapped up and pieces need to be put into place...

Injustice 2 #32 review

Emerald warriors fight valiantly against their crimson-hued foes. A hero, often viewed as a joke, embraces a promise made to a fallen friend. Lobo kicks...

Injustice 2 #31 review

Some ideas are just so honest, so pure that we see them and wonder "how has this never been done before?"  They make us...

Injustice 2 #30 review

Truly, this is the year of Starro.  The psychic space starfish made a huge comeback in the event series Metal, sass-talking his way into...

Injustice 2 #29 review

Over the course of Injustice, so many characters I love have been killed that it may as well be called Let's Murder Everyone Jay...

Injustice 2 #28 review

“Rage on Harring” brings my tenure on the Injustice series to a close after five years. And what a wild ride it’s been. I...