IWelcome back to another edition of Bitrot Reviews. I'm currently wrestling with the name of this column. Much of this is because I'm shutting down Comic Book Bitrot. There are a number of reasons for this. The biggest was that it wasn't getting much traffic no matter what we did. The rest was a mixture of frustration over how difficult Wordpress is to use and the costs involved. Well, neither here nor there. I'm sticking with this site for the time being. As always, titles are scored on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the very best.
Review by Zach Hunchar
This event is still having an incomplete feel. Mostly because there is a thematic tie-in to events even if the individual comics don’t really seem connected. We’re getting lots of starts but I’m not clear if there will be middles and/or ends. Much like Morrison’s other events there is a Prometheus-like quality to his actions. That’s made some of these issues more misses than hits.
This one is a hit in that it was the most comprehensible of them. Very straight-forward and very fun. We’ve seen Injustice Leagues before so it’s not new. It does push the Nazi angle very forward which is great as it makes them very easy to determine sides. The Superman role is still a character that will get to the right side. You know it. His teammates are afraid of that. The art is excellent with AWESOME coloring. The cover is a blast.