Injustice 2 Chapter 2 brings back fan-favorite heroes, and continues Harley's Suicide Squad storyline. But due to some uncharacteristic surprises, new readers might be caught off guard to the dark undertone of the Injustice universe.
Trinity #8 suffers from disjointed storytelling, some awkward art, and mechanical dialogue, but despite all of that it's still an interesting read and a seemingly important chapter in the Superman Reborn Aftermath.
“Nightwing Must Die” has been a love letter to old school fans of Nightwing and Grant Morrison’s 2009 Batman and Robin series. Seeley continues the nostalgic feeling of the previous three parts of the story arc and presents another well written chapter.
Character development continues to shine in Superman #21, but the plot suffers due to an overload of content. That said, there was still enough coherent story told to still have me excited for the next issue.
Thor has struggled in the MCU with his movies being rather lackluster or just not as good as other chapters in this film universe and it’s about time that changed. So, will Thor: Ragnarok give Thor the time to shine? Here are my reasons as to why it definitely will!