Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Injustice: Gods Among Us #35 Review



Injustice: Gods Among Us has been one of the most consistently enjoyable books in the whole DC lineup. Tom Taylor has been impressive not only in producing a weekly book of such quality, but also telling a story that many reader already know the beginning, middle and end.  He does it with great characterization and situations that a wholly believable within the context of the story.

Injustice: Gods Among Us #35 continues this trend.  Batman is busy in the Batcave trying to synthesize the
"Super pill".  Superman is on his way and Bruce knows he will get there before the pill is done.  As always, Bruce is right.  What follows is some of the best back and forth that Clark and Bruce have ever had.  While Superman relies on brute force and threats, Batman has a plan.  A pretty messed up plan.  A plan that involves playing Lois and Clark's wedding video...that's just cold. The intensity ramps up to an incredible finish that has to be witnessed to truly believe.  It's that good.

Injustice: Gods Among Us #35 is another great chapter in a great run.  We finally get to see Batman and Superman square off and the wait has been worth it.  Everything rings true between them which makes the end result even more upsetting.  I seem to say it every week, but I can't wait until next issue.

9.8/10

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