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​​​​​​​Injustice: Gods Among Us: Volume Two (DC Comics, 2013; Digital Chapters 19-36, Print #7-12, Annual #1)

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  • I have learned one thing from this book:  the two most terrifying words in the English language are, “Desperate Batman.”
  • Suffice it to say, everyone makes bad decisions in this issue.
  • Harley Quinn seems to make the best decisions, in fact, and one of those is to steal Lobo’s bike.
  • I’m also sure that The Penguin must be running superhero dead pool in the Iceberg Lounge now.
  • No matter the continuity, Alfred will always be the best.
  • Taylor continues to write a surprisingly fun, character-driven superhero punch-fest—everything still comes down to relationship.
  • The art team continues to revolve; the book always looks good, but its styles can be wildly different from chapter to chapter.

If you only read one hero-punching-hero comic, let it be Injustice.

Collected in

  • Injustice: Gods Among Us, Volume Two (#7-12, Annual #1)
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year One, The Complete Collection (#1-12, Annual #1)


Writer: Tom Taylor | Artists: Jheremy Raapack, Mike S. Miller, Bruno Redondo, Axel Gimenez, David Yardin, Tom Derenick, Marc Deering, Diana Egea, Kevin Maguire, Neil Googe, Xermanico, Jonas Trindale | Colorists:  Andrew Elder, Alejandro Sanchez, David Yardin, Ikari Studio, David Lopez, Santi Casas, Rosemary Cheetham | Letterer: Wes Abbott

​​​​​​​Wayward: Out from the Shadows (Image Comics, 2014; #11-15)

​​​​​​​Runaways: Live Fast (Marvel Comics, 2005; #19-24)