Injustice Gods Among Us: Year Two #11

Injustice Gods Among Us: Year Two #11

Writer: Tom Taylor
Artists: Mike S. Miller and Tom Derenick
Colorists: J. Nanjan and Rex Lokus
Letterer: Wes Abbott
Cover Artist: Jheremy Raapack, David Lopez and Santi Casas

Injustice Gods Among Us: Year Two #11…throws a curve ball. As the third act of the war, Superman finally comes to the forefront. Batman and company have a plan. The man of steel is coming down. But can they beat the Sinestro Corps?

Sinestro is an interesting character. He’s a man who has fallen into corruption. He’s powerful. He’s intelligent. And he’s very dangerous. Yet even so, he’s helpless as Ganthet belittles him and slaps down all his Sinestro Corps pawns. But Sinestro survives. He’s turned Hal. He’s corrupted Superman. And Ganthen made the mistake of underestimating him.

The gambit to take out Superman is is a good one. One of the things I like most about it is that Black Canary is the one taking him on. Through the series, she’s been built up a lot and has become a fully fleshed out, intriguing character. She may dress silly, but she’s motivated. Superman killed her lover and the father of her newly born child. For that, she’s going to take him down.

In a surprising series of turns, Tom Taylor spills out a great story. The artwork does an outstanding job of complementing the story, bringing it to visual life, and crafting images that can ensanare the readers’ imaginations.

However, it’s not over yet. Each issue packs a punch and leaves room for more, and Injustice Gods Among us: Year Two #11 is no different. This series is still at the top of its game. I give #11 a five out of five metal bikinis.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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