With Wonder Woman free and a new menace on the loose, Batman makes an uneasy return to The Justice League armed with information that might save the world.
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.
Despite being steeped in the lore of the earlier Injustice comics, Injustice 2 #32 is an easily-accessible book and a must read for all fans of The Flash!
Damian Wayne travels to Khandaq to secure an alliance, only to accidentally uncover Black Adam’s “strange visitor from another world” in the latest Injustice 2.
Steel leads a team to prevent chaos at the American President’s inauguration, as Batman gets tangled up in a fight with Poison Ivy in the latest Injustice 2.
Injustice 2 continues to be more than a mere video game tie-in book. In terms of quality, both in art and story, this is as fine a comic as you will find anywhere.
[SPOILER WARNING: The following review contains SPOILERS for both the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game and the tie-in comics.] In the wake of an ally’s death and some unseen enemy’s declaration of war on Bruce Wayne’s plans to rebuild the world in the wake of the destruction unleashed by Superman’s Regime, it’s only natural […]
Given the popularity of the Supergirl TV series, it was inevitable that Kara Zor-El would be part of the Injustice 2 video game. This posed one big question – where was Supergirl during the events of the original game? Injustice #11 answers this question by showing us something of life on Krypton before the crisis that […]