Read Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Five, Vol. 1 Online Free - This is it: the final year of INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US, leading into the storyline of the hit videogame! Having defeated the Green Lantern Corps, the forces of magic, and now the gods themselves, the Superman's totalitarian regime seems to have eliminated all threats. Yet uneasy lies the crown on the head of the Man of Steel. Still obsessed with the outlaw Batman and worried about having enough troops to police his world, The Man of Steel begins to recruit some of Earth's deadliest villains to his side. Does the Dark Knight have any chance of ending the Man of Steel's rule?
The beginning of the end is here, as writer Brian Buccellato (THE FLASH) unveils the final chapter before the events of the hit video game phenomenon in INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US YEAR FIVE VOL. 1. Collects issues #1-6.
|Title||:||Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Five, Vol. 1|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
August 27, 2017
Series getting so worst that I'm glad is almost over. Doomsday and Bane were never so lame like here, only parts I save of this trainwreck is the Bizzarro subplot and Damian's character development into new Nightwing.
January 12, 2017
Somewhat torn about this volume. It featured Bizarro Superman in about the best possible way but I still don't love Bizarro. Interested to see how they wrap this up in 2 more volumes.
May 24, 2017
This was much better than the last volume for me. It's still not nearly as good as the start of this series but remains interesting throughout. So let's talk about what worked (and what didn't).
What I liked: Really enjoyed Damien's reflection on past events. His talk with Al, his talk with Super...
April 23, 2017
A bit of a rebound from the previous year, I'm interested again in seeing where all this is going.
January 13, 2017
I'm glad this series is coming to an end. You can only keep this kind of thing going for so long, and teaming up with supervillains is the logical endpoint. I can absolutely believe that a desperate Batman at the end of his rope would enlist the "ethical" villains like the Rogues. He already work...
January 01, 2017
The thing about having a good idea is that it sort of sells itself and galvanizes into a frenzy so much so that you have a "Hit" on your hands. The downside to that is how to maintain the integrity of the original concept, changes made to it as part of its evolution, and keeping people interested...
April 17, 2017
At this point, I'm glad the series is ending with the next volume. When Tom Taylor was writing it, it was fantastic. Now it seems to be in a downward spiral. Nothing much happens in this book. It feels like it's just padding while they wait for the next Injustice video game to come out.
August 22, 2016
Review is for the individual online comics that make up this collection.
I’ve fallen a little out of love with Injustice with each progressive installment, and though Year 5 is not quite as disappointing as Year 4, it still feels like the creative team isn’t quite sure how to end the series. It’s...
July 22, 2017
While this review will be relatively spoiler-free, there may be some spoilers for previous volumes in the series.
Though it's a little scattered at times, there are a lot of fantastic moments in this installment that help drive the plot forward and define the characters in some brilliant way...
June 13, 2017
Year 1 set up the story and introduced us to the major players. Year of the Lanterns was next, and it was followed by the Year of Magic. Those 2 years were my favorites of the series so far. Year 4 was all about the Greek gods. Meh! I had no idea what the theme of this 5th and final year would be...