Injustice: Gods Among Us: Ground Zero (comic)

Injustice: Ground Zero #12 review

Last issue, I went through the many reasons why Injustice: Ground Zero didn’t quite the hit the mark and this week I’ll add “timeliness”...

Injustice: Ground Zero #11 review

Yikes! Josh perhaps said it with the most honesty in his round-up of the week’s comics: “I don’t think anyone cares anymore now that...

Injustice: Ground Zero #10 review

If Injustice: Ground Zero was a drinking game in which we all took a shot every time someone on team Harley or team Joker...

Injustice: Ground Zero #9 review

Injustice: Ground Zero ramps things up this week, even as it treads some already well-traversed ground. Christopher Sebela incrementally increases the stakes for Harley...

Injustice: Ground Zero #8 review

It would appear that Christopher Sebela is flying solo these days on Injustice: Ground Zero. With Brian Buccellato no longer credited among the creators...

Injustice: Ground Zero #7 review

Sometimes (like, oh, right now), Injustice: Ground Zero feels like it just wants so desperately to break out into a slapdash heist movie full...

Injustice: Ground Zero #6 review

Last go-round I talked about Ground Zero suffering from some very uneven storytelling and this book is a perfect example of the counter-swing to...

Injustice: Ground Zero #5 review

There’s something very uneven about Ground Zero that is making me nervous. Issue No. 5 combines Digital Firsts 9 & 10 (“Muscle Car” parts 1...

Injustice: Ground Zero #4 review

I’d really like to not make a point/counter-point review between this issue of Injustice and Harley Quinn No. 12, but it’s hard to avoid...

Injustice: Ground Zero #3 review

After reading Harley Quinn No. 11, this felt like the dark mirror opposite of that book in some weird way. Whereas in Harley’s solo...

Follow Batman News

113,612FansLike
94,122FollowersFollow
72,600SubscribersSubscribe

Latest News

Batman/Superman #14 review

Batman and Superman created an AI program to stop villains, but for some reason this program decided that in order to figure out how...

Detective Comics #1031 review

This week’s Detective Comics is yet another example of Tomasi’s ability to write strong characters. We see this on the opening pages, as Nakano...

Batman Beyond #49 review

Batman Beyond #49 doesn’t reinvent the wheel when it comes to time travel plotlines and while my hopes for a more in depth examination...

Dark Nights Death Metal: The Multiverse Who Laughs #1 review

The Death Metal side stories have been a mix of issues that feel critical to the larger story, and those that could be considered...

Red Hood #51 review

I’ve been looking forward to issue #51 of Red Hood for a while now. The appeal of seeing a new creative team take over...