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Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Five - The Complete Collection (Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013-2016)) Kindle & comiXology
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- Book 5 of 6 in Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013-2016)
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- File Size : 536101 KB
- Publication Date : January 14, 2020
- Print Length : 473 pages
- Publisher : DC (January 14, 2020)
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- Language: : English
- ASIN : B083F7ZWGH
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- Best Sellers Rank: #225,531 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Like Year 4, this last year is a little bit of a wasted opportunity. While there are cool moments (I didn't expect myself to be rooting for Hawkman of all people), there isn't really a complete arc to this year, other than rushing to set up the circumstances in the game. The Superman/Batman clashes feel repetitive of their previous arguments. The deaths feel less earned and seem to be there more for shock value. And what should have been the key to the whole year (the device that brings the uncorrupted Justice League heroes from another reality) was just thrown in at the last second, rather than really fleshed out. In the end, the year is not really about the "Villains" as it was billed to be, nor is it truly about the start of the game, or about the next evolution of the Regime. It's just a hodge podge of mini stories.
But even for a hodge podge, it is WAY better than a lot of DC stories, and I don't regret going through the series for a second. It started with some really brilliant work from Tom Taylor, built out a universe that really started to have its own identity, and yes hobbled a bit at the end, but crossed the finish line.
All in all, even for a weaker volume, this was a solid end to a stellar story about a Superman gone wrong, and I strongly recommend to DC comics fans.
Also, please note: something I forgot or never paid attention to is that this is actually a prequel to the video game. Which means the end of volume 5 (which is the last book in the series) is not the end of the story. So if you’re not playing the game it might feel unsatisfactory. But you can YouTube the storyline portions of the game to pick up where the comics leave off if you need.