Injustice Gods among us

Tom Taylor, 1978-

Book - 2013

From the makers of Mortal Kombat comes the critically acclaimed prequel comic to the smash hit fighting game 'Injustice: Gods Among Us!' Things in the DC Universe have changed after Superman is tricked into destroying the one thing he loves the most. Now unwilling to let crime go unpunished, the heroes of our world must choose if they are with Superman or against him. But not every country will submit to his new world order and neither will Superman's greatest threat--Batman!

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COMIC/Injustice v. 1
vol. 1: 1 / 1 copies available
vol. 2: 1 / 1 copies available
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Superhero comics
Fantasy comics
Comics (Graphic works)
New York : DC Comics [2013]-
Main Author
Tom Taylor, 1978- (author)
Other Authors
Jheremy Raapack (artist), Mike S. Miller
Item Description
Originally published in single magazine form as: Injustice Digital chapters 1-18 [v. 1] ; Injustice: Gods Among Us 7-12 and Injustice: Gods Among Us Annual 1 [v. 2]
"This story takes place before the start of the game."--Volume 1.
Description based on volume 1.
Physical Description
volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents unavailable.
Review by Publisher's Weekly Review

The Joker focuses his malevolent attention on Superman and Superman's circle of all too mortal friends; in short order Superman stands twice a killer, once as a hapless puppet and once as a vengeful titan. With Lois and the Joker's blood on his hands, the Last Son of Krypton vows to use his power to crush injustice regardless of what secular authorities-or the other heroes-might think of a self-appointed alien dictator. As costumed heroes consider whether they will stand with Superman or the law, Batman has made up his own mind; his decision will splinter the hero world and cost Batman a son. The garish art illustrates a violent world where grim faced icons snarl and lash out at each other; mirth seems reserved for the insane, smiling for the smugly victorious. While the idea of superheroes turned authoritarian despots is a familiar twist, writer Taylor still makes this an addictive soap opera of fights and larger than life characters. (Nov.) © Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.