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I'm wondering what role Alfred will play throughout all this.
He's a a zombie.
I miss Injustice!Supes, he was a good villain.
No. No he wasn't.
He was written much much better in the comics.
He was at least entertaining in how absurdly petty he got.
Right. Just saw some of the issue where Batman sprays Zod with the Kryptonite Fear Gas combo). From what I can tell, it wasn't that he nicked the formula and held on to it post Metropolis tragedy. What it sounds like to me is that he already had some of his own, and just felt it was way too much of a dick move to use it after what happened to Clark already.
Killer Croc/Orca are the new best OTP.
I love Injustice Superman because I can tell he's NOT Superman and just where exactly he failed to live up to being the person he was supposed to be. I also like noting this version of Superman never had to deal with Lex Luthor or Brainiac, so he's by no means as hardened or suspicious as the other Superman in our world—which, ironically, is probably why he failed to see the Joker's trick before it happened.
edited 9th Feb '18 12:00:07 AM by CharlesPhipps
You know, it's too bad it's strictly DC Universe, because I'd LOVE to see how Hellboy and the Turtles would be in the comic run.
Croc and Orca are getting married!
Shame they're probably going to be horribly murdered at the wedding.
they killed and ate ted they deserve it
...kinda glad they do not seem to remember Grant Emerson existed.
Not eager to see what Regime Supes would do with the poor guy.
Injustice vs. Masters of the Universe is interesting in that its a sequel to the Bad Ending of Injustice 2's story mode. I guess it's also stealth confirmation that the proper Injustice 3 will follow the Good Ending, so this way we can see how both would play out.
I got excited hearing that, glimpsed at the first issue, and ran into these: ◊ ◊ ◊
Subtle. Real subtle.
So ignoring that the premise is cool. I figured Injustice 3 would follow the good ending so it's neat to have this alternative. Normally I'd be angry that they pushed this into a comic book, but at the expense of having a cliffhanger that never gets explored it's nice to have this.
He-Man joining the Injustice universe tickles me just as much as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles crossover did.
Edited by Soble on Dec 5th 2018 at 3:07:54 AM
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