Matt reviews the conclusion of the Injustice saga concludes this week, along with American Carnage #1, Justice League Dark #5 and West Coast Avengers #4.
It’s the crossover event that you never expected (or wanted) and it’s every bit as confusing as you’d imagine, with artwork better suited to the side of a van.
Injustice 2 Annual #1 isn’t likely to win many converts to the glories of the Injustice universe, but it will answer some questions for established fans.
[SPOILER WARNING: The following review contains SPOILERS for both the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game and the tie-in comics.] Another world. Another time. The Joker put his theory that one bad day could tarnish even the most sterling of souls to the test. The end result was the destruction of Metropolis and the death […]
The final battle has commenced! As Superman confronts his tyrannical alter ego, a now-heroic Harley Quinn faces The Joker of another Earth!
Injustice Year Five ends not with a bang but a whimper, in this annual full of well-written and well-drawn comics that lack the punch of what came before.
Harley Quinn stars in this excellent new series set in the Injustice universe, where Harley has gone from The Clown Princess Of Crime to Agent of the Bat!
Another time. Another place. Another Earth, familiar to the one we know, yet different in subtle ways. Here, The Joker sought to prove his point about how one bad day could make even the most moral of men fall. And so it came to pass that The Joker tricked Superman into destroying Metropolis and killing Lois […]