Injustice 2 #24 Review
Supergirl makes her presence known as she faces the unstoppable Amazo Android in this final showdown. Tom Taylor writes another action packed issue, along with Bruno Redondo, back on pencils, solidifying himself as the quintessential Injustice artist. This title continually mixes fast-paced action and high drama with moments of comedic levity, creating a very unique break from the main DC continuity.
Still reeling from Amazo’s rampage, as Earth's heroes failed to subdue the rogue Android, Supergirl has finally arrived to make her debut and save the world. Kara manages to draw the fight away from the planet and into space as they take it to the moon. In a splendid display of power, Supergirl utterly dominates the Android, showing off her well of Kryptonian “gifts” in the process.
Redondo continually elevates any issue of Injustice he pencils with his beautiful character work and eye for high octane action scenes, this issue being no exception. The fight between Kara and Amazo on the moon is by far the crowning achievement, portraying Redondo's knack for action. Rex Lokus once again brings Redondo's pencils to life with his color work, truly highlighted in the previously mentioned battle on the moon. Redondo and Lokus together bring an unmatched, outstanding level of art to Injustice, complimenting each other to create a very specific look for the series as a whole. Their ability to make even less popular characters like Blue Beetle shine and standout is just another testament to their greatness as a team. Injustice has never looked better.
As per usual, Tom Taylor raises the stakes while continuing to keep readers guessing with each new idea he presents. Even while being able to do seemingly anything he wants within the universe, Taylor manages to never take advantage of this fact and brings plot threads to their natural conclusions within the series. Dialogue is crucial in an ensemble cast of characters and Taylor manages to juggle them all flawlessly, never seeming to come from one voice alone. Heavily attributed by Tom Taylor’s creative and fresh ideas, Injustice continually performs as a top-selling title. even after all of this time after its initial conception.
Injustice 2 continues to be a fun, action-packed break from the main DC Universe continuity. Taylor and Redondo once again bring these fun ideas to the page in an extravagant fashion, leaving readers clamoring for more with each new issue.