Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Three #24 - A Review

Only a desperate gambit can save both Superman's Regime and Batman's Insurgency from a one-way trip to Hell! But even if they escape with their lives, there's no guarantee they'll remain unscathed. Or that their teams may remain united once the final battle is over.

Brian Buccellato's conclusion to Year Three of Injustice proves satisfying despite lacking the raw power of the endings of Year One and Year Two. Still, it does offer one final surprise in the end along with a mystery that will leave the fans talking for quite some time to come.  All in all it's a good foundation for Year Four.

The artwork for this issue is equally worthy of praise. This series has been blessed with some fine artists but I think Bruno Redondo and Juan Albarran may be my personal favorite art team. There's a firm appeal to Redondo's sense of composure and panel flow and Albarran's finishes prove the perfect enhancement of Redondo's pencils.

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