Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Injustice: Gods Among Us #30 Review

Superman has turned into a bad ass.  In the movies he breaks necks and in the comics he melts faces. Injustice has contributed to this trend big time.  Though Injustice Gods Among Us #30 can be viewed as a filler issue, it is a nice love letter to a more good and pure Man of Steel.

Tom Taylor stops the death and destruction for one week at least, giving us a look at Superman helping a kid with his bike.  Yes, a kid has wrecked his bike and Superman is there to help him.  Or at least try his best.  Taylor shows the Superman that was an inspiration to kids everywhere.  A Superman that everyone looked up too.  A Superman that inspired people to be better people.  It's as if Taylor wants to show that even though he has contributed to this new ruthless Superman, he is really a fan of the classic Man of Tomorrow.

Bruno Redondo's art is very good.  The classic look matches the classic message of the book.  The bright colors match the good feelings throughout.

Injustice Gods Among Us #30 is a lull in the action, but it is a welcome lull.  Those readers who like to see the inspirational and good Superman are in for a treat.  Though this is not a must read by any means, it is an issue that left me with a huge smile on my face.


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