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Batman and Superman are back at it, each trying to save the world by rescuing it from the other. The follow-up story to the prequel tale of the smash-hit video game continues in Injustice 2 Vol. 5!
THE UNIVERSE AT STAKE!
The war between Batman and Ra's al Ghul takes unexpected turns-with consequences far beyond the Earth!
When Wayne Manor provides no safety for the Dark Knight's closest confidantes, Batman needs help from some familiar allies to reclaim his home. And as the Titans and the Red Lantern Corps get caught up in the intrigue, both teams find themselves in need of new members.
With the stakes getting even higher, Metron of the New Gods warns that the end of the universe is at hand, courtesy of a more-powerful-than-ever Starro the Conqueror. Only one hero may be able to turn the tide, so now it's up to Lobo to keep Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes alive long enough to change the fate of the entire universe!
Writer Tom Taylor (All-New Wolverine, X-Men: Red) and artists Xermanico (Arrow), Daniel Sampere (Green Arrow), and Bruno Redondo (Batman: Arkham Unhinged) raise the stakes even higher in the wide-reaching universe of the bestselling fighting game.
Collects the thrilling stories from Injustice 2 #25-30.
About the Author
Tom Taylor is the creator of the Aurealis Award-winning graphic novel series The Deep (which tells the adventures of a multi-ethnic family of underwater explorers who live on a submarine). The Deep has been optioned by Technicolor to be turned into a 26-episode CG animated series. He is perhaps best known for the best-selling DC Comics series Injustice: Gods Among Us, Earth 2, Batman/Superman and his many Star Wars series. Taylor has written for DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, IDW Publishing, WildStorm, 2000 AD and Gestalt Comics.
Praise for Injustice 2:
“Readers are once again in for a wild ride.” —IGN
“The entire creative team is remarkable… The art and writing work in tandem to produce a story that engages an appetite for intriguing interpersonal relationships and stellar visuals.” —Comicosity