Injustice: Year Five #13 review

Last issue we were promised a battle royale between father and son as Batman and Damian face off over the fate of Victor Zsasz after a heinous murder that has left the…

Injustice: Year Five #12 review

I have one major complaint about this issue of Injustice, and it’s a big one: it nearly made me cry. Digital Firsts No. 23 & No. 24 (“Birthday” and “Razor’s Edge”) might…

Injustice: Year Five #11 review

Digital Firsts No. 21 & No. 22 (“Memorial and “Tempers Flare”) return us to the problem of Superman-as-Evil in terms of his support from other former Justice-Leaguers.  That’s been a question running…

Injustice: Year Five #10 review

If Brian Buccellato’s Injustice was a baseball game, this would be the issue in which the batter pops a fly long into the outfield with the score tied, two outs, and bases…

Injustice: Year Five #9 review

Every week Brian Buccellato has brought his A-game to Year Five of the Injustice series, and every two weeks we get a floppy issue of the Digital First content to have and…

Injustice: Year Five #8 review

Last week I kvetched about Marguerite Bennett’s Batwoman in DC Bombshells, but this week Brian Buccellato brings Injustice’s Batwoman to the fore in a big way in this issue titled “Revolutionary” (Digital…

Injustice: Year Five #7 review

Bucky Barnes visits the Batcave and…oh wait, sorry, character models are a bit mushy here. That’s Damian Wayne in all his long-haired black-and-red glory. Digital Firsts No.13 “Taking Sides” & No. 14…

Injustice: Year Five #6 review

One of my favorite things about Year Five so far is the epic fight sequences: both purposeful and exquisitely executed. I’m not typically a reader who enjoys a whole comic of people…

Injustice: Year Five #5 review

Bizarro and the Rogues finally come to the forefront in this floppy copy of Digital Firsts No. 9 “Objects in Mirror…” & No. 10 “The Curious Case of Bizarro Superman”. These are…

Injustice: Year Five #4 review

Brian Buccellato takes us to a dark place with Injustice this week. Real dark. Issue no. 4, which combines Digital Firsts No. 7 “Street Fight” & 8 “Rage” is one of the…