Injustice: Year Five #3 review

If you have fallen off the Injustice wagon, you might be missing out on Brian Buccellatto’s best work on this series: Digital Firsts No. 5 “Bait” & 6 “Decoy” deepen the intrigue…

Injustice: Year Five #2 review

Year Five isn’t pulling any punches as the collected Digital Firsts No. 3 & 4 will testify. Last we saw, Superman had his hands full with Doomsday, Yellow Lantern Hal was wrassling…

Injustice: Year Five #1 review

Could this be the final year of Injustice? We are heading into the events that immediately precede the action of the video game with Batman’s small band somewhat dispersed and dejected and…

Injustice: Year Four #12 review

Year Four concludes in this final installment that collects Digital Firsts 23 & 24, “Last Stand” and “Between the Gods”.  Let’s just cut to the chase: the first half of this book…

Injustice: Year Four #11 review

This penultimate issue for Year Four includes Digital Firsts 21 & 22, “Going Dark” and “Darker Sides”. And while it’s got some big action that’s sure to please, Year Four’s weakest point…

Injustice: Year Four #10 review

This issue follows two distinct storylines: Digital First 19 presents us with “Stupid Tartarus”, which is the best title yet in Year Four. This half features Harley Quinn, Billy Batson, and Hippolyta…

Injustice: Year Four #9 review

Remember when Injustice: Gods Among Us was basically a book about Superman against Batman and the two teams (with a few rogue exceptions) were easily discerned based on who approved of Superman’s…

Injustice: Year Four #8 review

The collected issue of Digital Firsts 15 & 16, “Exile” and “God of War” develops the intrigues between gods and mortals and provides some background on Ares, including insight as to why…

Injustice: Year Four #7 review

The collected issue of Digital Firsts 13 & 14, “Strength of Hercules” and “The Old and the New” brings Shazam back to upset a tentative power balance between Superman’s cranky band of…