TomTaylor Mike S. Miller Tom Derenick
- Title: Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Two, Vol. 1
- Author: TomTaylor Mike S. Miller Tom Derenick
- ISBN: 9781401250713
- Page: 101
- Format: Hardcover
A New York Times Bestseller The best selling prequel to the hit videogame picks up right where it left off Year one is over now, year two begins The death of one of their own has divided Earth s protectors as hero turns against hero As Superman s iron grip on the world tightens, at the edge of the galaxy, anothe grave threat approachesINJUSTICE GODS AMONG US YEAR 2A New York Times Bestseller The best selling prequel to the hit videogame picks up right where it left off Year one is over now, year two begins The death of one of their own has divided Earth s protectors as hero turns against hero As Superman s iron grip on the world tightens, at the edge of the galaxy, anothe grave threat approachesINJUSTICE GODS AMONG US YEAR 2 continues the story from the New York Times best selling graphic novel with rising star writer Tom Taylor EARTH 2 and a team of artists including Mike S Miller, Bruno Redondo and Tom Derenick Collects INJUSTICE GODS AMONG US YEAR 2 1 6.
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Thank you, NetGalley!4.5 starsI was understandably worried that this would suckor at least not live up to my expectations.I mean, Injustice has been the on a short list of Must-Read titles for me since I managed to get my grubby paws on the first one.After the shocking ending of Injustice: Gods Among Us, Vol. 2, I've been wondering if this title could keep the momentum going. The deaths of several major characters, plus that thing that happened to Batman at the end?How the hell is Taylor going t [...]
➸ Volume 1 : Injustice: Gods Among Us, Vol. 1 ★★★★★➸ Volume 2 : Injustice: Gods Among Us, Vol. 2 ★★★★★➸ Volume 4 : Injustice, Year 2, Vol. 2 ★★★Actual rating : 4.5 starsAlways fucking awesome. More Batman and less Green Lantern would be great, though. Oh, and Superman? I'll never forgive you.
Which is more improbable:a) the third volume of a video game tie-in comic remains one of the best things published by DC comicsOR b) Guy Gardner has been developed into a character who doesn't make me grind my teethYour answer doesn't matter, because Taylor did both. Instead of being focused on Batman, like the previous year's stories were, this volume was very Green Lantern. See, Oa is not looking favorably on Superman's agenda, and they just don't trust the guy. But Hal does, at least for now. [...]
Vote: 4,5Can you believe a videogame-based Elseworld could be better than the comics universe inspiring it?No shocking main characters deaths like in previous volumes, but this one hits hard and low the reader too and it's a real pleasing surprise. Sadly sometimes artworks are just not as good as the (awesome) storyline.
I think the title is only getting better. I love the Green Lantern line anyway, so when we get a super-war between the greens and yellows, all I see is tons and tons of red.I can't believe how good these are. It's like stepping into an alternate universe where good writers and artists stepped up to the plate and decided to mess with our heads and do it right.Thank you!!!!
Riveting stuff. Superman's rampage continues. He's decided that he needs to rule over mankind so he can keep it safe. Not everyone is down for it, so things come to a head between him and Batman. Heartbreaking, really. Batman will not give up. He's not made that way. Even he will take on a madman with unlimited power. Superman has lost his grip and he's developed a cult of personality around him. Very timely subject matter. Some leaders can do that, and that's when people have to make the truth [...]
Damn Tom, three in a row. Tom Taylor’s Injustice: Gods Among Us title gets it’s hat trick with this, the third volume in the series. Never woulda thought a series based on a video game set in an alternate reality could be better than the DC universe’s “actual” reality (the New 52). Now that I think about it, comparing it to most of the New 52 isn’t saying much, but shit is this GOOD. I’m actually wishing this was the New 52, but DC doesn’t have the balls for that. After the first [...]
I think the story remains interesting here with the introduction of new characters and yet we are starting to see stories splinter off and the main story slightly running out of steam. Still great art though.
4.5 StarsThe first volume was pretty good but this volume is all kinds of awesome. Tom Taylor pretty much did the impossible in making Guy Gardener one of the more despised DC heroes of all time kind of cool. The 2nd half of the book is all action with most of the Green Lantern Corp heavies trying to subdue Superman which was a real treat for the eyes. Actually I was wishing they’d really kick his smug ass into next week but there’s always next year. Give this a read if you want to see Super [...]
Slightly disappointed by this volume. The art was kinda shaky. I'm also not a huge GL fan, making this volume a bit of a grind.
Another very good story here. Superman clearly has some issues that need addressing. Even though this idea can seem kinda redundant, Taylor and company are keeping Injustice from falling into cheap theater.
The first thing I noticed about Year Two of Injustice is the improved presentation. Jheremy Raapack's excellent covers have a colourless version on the following page, like in many of DC's regular collections. There are also a few of Bruno Redondo's pencilled pages in the extras. Best of all though, Redondo is part of a smaller art team, primarily with Mike S. Miller, Julien Hugonnard-Bert and colourist Rex Lokus. Thanks to these changes, Injustice now looks and feels like one of DC's best ongoi [...]
Superman’in önderliğinde tam tamına 2 yıl geçti ve dünya artık tanrılaşma sürecini tamamlamak üzere olan kahramanların kontrolünde. Batman ve ona destek veren herkes adeta terörist ilan edilmiş durumda. Öte yandan, Jim Gordon sahnede! Jim, hem Batman’in hem de Oracle’ın kimliğini uzun zamandır bildiğini öfkeli biçimde ilan ediyor ve ipleri eline almak için öne çıkıyor. Süperlerin iki cephesinde de işler daha da kötüleşiyor. Sonunda Lantern Corps bile karış [...]
The first issue begins with a hilarious little flashback scene that had me all giddy and happy and shit and then immediately made me super fucking sad. It's weird how such a fun, action-packed comic can be drenched in so much bleakness and depression. But it works. It works brilliantly.
Another good volume in the Injustice series. Not as good as year one, but that may be because there's a lot more behind the scenes dialogue and intrigue instead of out-and-out battles. Of course, it ends on a cliffhanger. Thanks to Netgalley for the advance copy.
SO GOOD!This series is amazing, it just gets better and better. We see Superman sink deeper into darkness and Sinestro steps in to take advantagen he's a bad ass.This book was Green Lantern heavy which I loved. Plus we start to see Gotham City push back against Supes' police state.There is a great balance between action, drama, and comic relief. The series continues to be well drawn and move at a fast pace. Death and destruction stemming from America's favorite hero makes one hell of a show.
Why are they showing us awesome Green Arrow/Canary scenes?! ;( I'm grateful for the flashbacks, but WHYYYYYYYYYY *SAD FACE* I wish we could have explored their partnership more.Not nearly enough Batman in this volume, but given his condition understandable. It was great to see Jim Gordon step up and I can't wait to see the effect his 'game changer' will have in the next volumes!The only issue I have is that this reads TOO FAST. I came to the end all too suddenly and I don't have the next volume [...]
Great continuation, even before you can play the second part of the video game. The plot is on the right track I hope I did not end up hating the comic.
The whole thing about Superman is that he’s too powerful. What’s to stop him from taking over the world? These books answer that: pretty much nothing.This is a tie-in to a Mortal Kombat-style video game. It shouldn’t be this good, yet it is. In fact, it’s better. This is, hands down, the best DC title I’ve read this century.I don’t know how Taylor has managed to make boring and/or annoying characters like Hal Jordan and Guy Gardner interesting, but he’s done it. That by itself woul [...]
The story gets darkerSuperman continues his mission to protect earth, by controlling/policing it. He has really gone over the deep end and it seems Flash and Hal have gone with him. If the Green Lantern Corps cannot stop Superman, who can?
This volume opens with a much-needed light-hearted flashback featuring Hal Jordan, and adorably playful interactions between Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance. It's cute, shows how secure and comfortable Ollie is with himself, and Dinah gets to show off a little.And then it's back to the present where the situation continues to become more tense between Superman and the heroes who don't support him. The Guards of the Universe (or whatever they're called) have just about had enough and are going to in [...]
Um.Wow.Bats is still out of commission, Supes is still a batshit crazy Tyrant, Dinah is grieving and Wondy is out of commission too.I'm firmly team Bats, have been since the beginning. I felt for Clark but by the third issue I lost all sympathy.This volume does not make me gain it back. Superman has gone too far and frankly there is no coming back. The only question is who can and who will stop him.Humanity is getting restless, the Green Lanterns have been asked to bring him I'm for trial and ev [...]
Injustice continues on and the Guardians and the Green Lantern Corps have it in for Superman's regime. We get to see some things here I never thought I would see. ( I didn't know the Watchtower could do that!)Another great story, good art, and feels very much like its building to another strong battle at the end of Year Two. Will we get to see the Guardians get involved in the battle? Can't wait till Vol 2!High Recommend.
Wow - they don't pull any punches on this series, do they? I had forgotten some of what happened in the last volume. When these are all done, I may have to read them all straight through. This one was great reading, too - very epic - and now I'm looking forward to Year 2, volume 2. Way to step up, Commissioner Gordon!And holy crap, (view spoiler)[poor Kyle (hide spoiler)]!
Yes, I know I am reading these out of order.
Sinestro's twitch of the finger WOW. Amazing again.
Hate. Superman. So. Much. Killed Green Arrow why? Broke Batmans Back, why? Now working with SINESTRO!!!!! He can't even begin to justify this. Poor black canary.
Not a lot of Batman scenes here, but it still keeps getting better!
Tom Taylor created a wonder.I just received this comic book today and then I read it two times today only. What a great fun ride this is. It's quick and fun. I am really a big fan of Injustice stuffs. Games, rap songs, graphic novels everything related with Injustice is so great. What makes it more awesome that we never saw that avenging face of Superman before. So angry and so determined to achieve peace. But at what cost?The story continues here in year two after Joker annihilated Metropolis a [...]
Reviewing both Year 2 Vol. 1 and Vol 2 together. It still doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me. It's all right to pull all stops and make Superman a supervillain, but I'd rather he owned it than turn into a spineless puppet to Sinestro's evil plans. It's also all right for Supes to be completely unaware of what he is, because he's a goner, but I can't really stand behind people like Flash & Hal Jordan still thinking Supes is any doing any good. Because, there's got to be something wrong w [...]
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