Specials and One-Shot Comics Index


  • Forever Evil #3 (November 3, 2013)
    Geoff Johns, David Finch, Richard Friend
    Batman tells Dr. Stone and Dr. Thomas Morrow what happened when the Crime Syndicate invaded their world. Firestorm's matrix was exposed by his evil counterpart and everyone except Batman, Catwoman and what was left of Cyborg was trapped inside. Batman asks if Dr. Stone can save his son again and Dr. Morrow replies that of course they can. Thanks to a nearby television Batman learns of Nightwing's capture and unmasking and leaves Cyborg to go help his protégé. Elsewhere Lex has Bizarro unearth a satellite dish so he can make contact with the 28 satellites he has staged in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Once he makes contact with them Lex is able to get a lock on Ultraman and watches the evil Superman's battle with Black Adam. Ultraman defeats Adam but is injured and has Grid locate Metallo for him. Lex is curious why Ultraman is avoiding sunlight, which is the source of Superman's powers. In Central City Deathstorm demands to know why the Rogues haven't leveled the rest of the city. Cold tries to explain that the innocents haven't been evacuated yet but Power Ring's paranoia causes him to attack. Deathstorm rewrites the Rogues DNA which causes some of their powers to go on the fritz and others, like Captain Cold, to lose their abilities completely. They barely escape and Cold is separated from the group. Mirror Master is able to contact him and shows him that Lex Luthor might be with Superman. Meanwhile Luthor and Bizarro are joined by Black Manta who has brought the left for dead Black Adam back to the surface. Black Manta believes that the Syndicate killed Aquaman and since they took everything from him he is going to take everything from them. Captain Cold joins them and brings them up to speed on what happened to the Rogues. He asks if Bizarro was the one to injure Black Adam and is told that Ultraman was the culprit. Cold hopes that Ultraman is far away but is told by Lex that hope is meaningless now. Hope won't save the world. But maybe together, working as a group, they can.

  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Annual #1 (November 13, 2013) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor; Xermanico; Jonas Trindade, Mike S. Miller, Bruno Redondo
    The story opens to Lobo fighting off outstretched hands, which are revealed to be replicas of himself. It turns out that the action is in Lobo's mind, as in reality he's secured to a floor and about to be treated to a therapy session as only Harley Quinn can provide. After a flashback to an "earlier" time, we see Lobo has attacking the Justice League Watchtower for no damn good reason. He says as much when Regime Superman questions him. Then he tells Regime Superman that a bounty is on his head, and is trying to decide whether or not it's worth the trouble collecting it. Superman decides to ignore Lobo, but the Main Man throws a building at him. Superman responds by flying Lobo to the sun and back, explaining that while Lobo can regenerate from even a single drop of blood, there wouldn't be anything should he drop Lobo into the sun. Lobo decides to decline the bounty, but Superman offers him another: find Harley Quinn and bring her to him. Before accepting Lobo demands one of the super-pills from Lex Luthor, who just happens along with one. Lobo quickly finds and secures Harley Quinn, but she gains her release just as quickly, and helps herself to the super-pill. Harley steals Lobo's motorbike, and crashes in on Green Arrow and Black Canary. Together they defeat Lobo and then we return to the present. Harley convinces Lobo to go after a better target than her, and he decides to go after the one who gave him the hit on Superman, Darkseid.

  • DC Universe vs. Masters of the Universe #3 (December 4, 2013)
    Keith Giffen (plot), Tony Bedard (script), Dexter Soy, Derlis Santacruz and Andres Ponce
    The Justice League is in shock over the apparent death of Superman at the hands of He-Man. Wonder Woman doesn't believe John Constantine's story about the League being controlled by Skeletor. To convince the League of his intentions He-Man changes back to Prince Adam and gives him his word as a prince that what they say is true. Evil-Lynn has no time for such formalities and transports He-Man, John, Teela and crew to Metropolis leaving the League behind at Wayne Manor. John agrees that it is better to separate from the League to get the Eternians back to their home world. Back at Wayne Manor Green Lantern informs the team that he can't locate John and the rest of his party. Superman disappears much to Wonder Woman's sorrow and after admonishing the team for not thinking clearly Batman tells them to get off his lawn. Elsewhere Black Alice and Skeletor discuss the fact that Skeletor's plan worked like a charm. On Eternia Man-At-Arms leads a team to Earth to find He-Man and Teela even though it might end up being a one way trip. They cause a bit of a fuss when they arrive but eventually they are pointed to the direction of the Justice League. At the House of Mystery John assembles a group that includes Frankenstein's Monster, Deadman and Swamp Thing to help He-Man. In Metropolis the Justice League of America begins their search for Superman's killers when Man-At-Arms and friends approach. After introductions are made the League attacks which forces Man-At-Arms and his friends to defend themselves. At the House of Secrets Skeletor contacts the being that has promised to help him reclaim Eternia from Hordak. Skeletor's master is in reality...Orko.

  • Forever Evil #4 (December 26, 2013)
    Geoff Johns, David Finch, Richard Friend
    Batman takes a blindfolded Catwoman to the Batcave to retrieve a yellow power ring in case they have to face the evil version of Green Lantern. Meanwhile Lex Luthor revives Black Adam and he agrees to join them. Power Ring is reluctantly sent to deal with Captain Cold. Luthor and crew break into Wayne Enterprises where they find a very surprised Batman. Power Ring and his crew show up as well and Batman momentarily has the upper hand when he puts on the yellow ring but Power Ring defeats him. Just when Power Ring seems victorious another player enters the game; Sinestro!

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #1 (January 7, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    In their civilian identities of Hal Jordan, Dinah Lance, and Oliver Queen, Green Lantern, Black Canary, and Green Arrow partake of some downtime in a nondescript bar, Buffalo's. Dinah is hit on by a nondescript bar toughie, which results in a one-sided fight as she makes short work of the toughs, and the trio clink glasses to celebrate Hal saving the world. The story returns to the present, where Dinah is at Oliver Queen's funeral with Hal and others. Dinah questions Hal staying with Superman's order, but Hal insists that good work is being done. Their conversation ends, and sometime later, Superman arrives and attempts to talk to Dinah. She attacks him with her "Canary Cry". Superman is angered, but is able to allow Canary to dress him down verbally without killing her. Dinah asks Superman to look at her perspicaciously, and it is revealed that she's pregnant. Superman flies off, and Canary connects to Oracle, asking if the interaction was recorded. Oracle responds in the affirmative.

  • DC Universe vs. Masters of the Universe #4 (January 15, 2014)
    Keith Giffen (plot), Tony Bedard (script), Pop Mhan, Pop Mhan
    On the Orkney Islands in the United Kingdom Evil Lynn, Prince Adam, his mother and Teela find a mystic energy syphon that is not only Skeletor's handiwork but also part of the cause that is bleeding the magic of Earth dry and thus destroying it. Teela wants to destroy it but Evil-Lynn says no because it will alert Skeletor that they are on his trail. She can use the syphon to trace its signal to Skeletor's location. Adam suggests that she hurry because if they don't stop his uncle who will? In Metropolis the Justice League of America is in all-out battle with Man-At-Arms and his people. Batman continues to investigate Superman's death and has his doubts that it actually happened. An off-hand comment from Alfred allows him to put the final pieces of the puzzle in place and he takes off. At the House of Secrets Black Alice and Skeletor realize that if Orko's plans come to fruition neither of them will be around for much longer. Back in Metropolis, or at least on the outskirts of Metropolis the Justice League Dark intervenes in the fight which puts a hold on the hostilities. Batman arrives and explains that Skeletor replaced Superman with a magical fake so strong that even he didn't know that it was a false Man of Steel. It was a ruse to get both sides fighting against each other rather than against Skeletor but now they know what's going they are going to pull together, save both their worlds and rescue Superman... wherever he is.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #2 (January 21, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    Kyle Rayner is returning to Earth after being away on a year long mission, saving worlds and defeating evil. He's intercepted by Sinestro and other members of the Yellow Lantern Corp. Sinestro has decided that Kyle and any other Green Lantern needs to stay out of what's happening on Earth. In Gotham City, Commissioner Gordon is surprised to see the Bat-Signal on, and even more surprised to see Superman waiting for him with questions as to Batman's whereabouts. Gordon gives up nothing, and Superman leaves, though before letting Gordon know that he has wide-spread lung cancer. The Tower of Fate has a new resident, as Alfred and Zatanna have taken the Batman there to convalesce from his injuries sustained from Superman. Zatanna lets Batman know that he's safe, though Superman is looking for him, having put Raven on his trail. When we return to Kyle Rayner, Sinestro has removed both his ring and finger from his hand, and then has him drawn and quartered.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #1 [Print Edition] (January 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #1-2.

  • Forever Evil #5 (February 5, 2014)
    Geoff Johns, David Finch, Richard Friend
    As Power Ring runs and hides from Sinestro Lex Luthor, Batman, Bizarro, Captain Cold, Black Adam and Catwoman find themselves besieged by a cadre of villains led by Deathstroke. Their mission? To kill Lex and any other villain that stands in the way of the Syndicate. The fight doesn't go well for Deathstroke's forces as Black Adam is prodded into the fight by Catwoman. Power Ring and Sinestro fight as well but despite Power Ring's momentary defiance Sinestro eventually cuts his arm off, which severs the connection between Power Ring and his power ring. As the ring flies off to find a suitable new host Power Ring thanks Sinestro for setting him free before Sinestro incinerates him. Eventually Lex is able to convince Deathstroke to give up the fight. Sinestro joins them and Lex convinces him to join their side. Batman tries to assert his dominance and leadership over the villains but Catwoman points out that he isn't in charge; the villains are. Meanwhile Ultraman, Johnny Quick, Owlman, Super Woman and the rest of the Syndicate watch the skies. Ultraman tells them that he was right... told all of them that he was right. The creature that destroyed their world has found them.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #3 (February 12, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    The Guardians of Universe have grown concerned by recent events stemming from Earth. Ganthet believes that the power shift on the planet requires closer investigation, and nominates Guy Gardner to do so. Gardner is in disbelief that Superman would take over the world, but once he learns that Kyle Rayner is missing, he acquiesces to Ganthet's wishes. On Earth, Hal Jordan uses his power ring to keep a test flight from resulting in a crash, something Carol Ferris reminds him that he's never done before: wear the ring while flying. Hal is then summoned to the Watchtower, where Superman alerts him to the fact that the United States congress is about to shut down the government. Superman wants Green Lantern to encourage them to do otherwise. Congress is about to declare a recess, when Green Lantern, accompanied by the Flash interrupt the proceedings and declare that no one is allowed to leave.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #4 (February 25, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    The President of the United States places a call to the Batman, but as he's incapacitated, Oracle receives the call. She assures POTUS that she's working with Batman, and that they want the world set to right. Oracle believes that they have an equalizer in the form of the super-pill data that Batman was able to transmit. Superman receives a visit from Hippolyta who retrieves Wonder Woman for Paradise Island, and the healing that only Themyscira can offer. Sinestro arrives soon after and a quick battle with Superman commences. A bleeding Sinestro informs Superman that he's only there to warn Superman, that the Guardians of the Universe are coming for him. Green Lantern and the Flash have successfully coerced the US Congress to forgo their abeyance and complete the people's business. They leave and walk into a blockade of police, accompanied by Guy Guardner and Ganthet. Ganthet requests that Green Lantern take him to Superman.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #2 [Print Edition] (February 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #3-4.

  • DC Universe vs. Masters of the Universe #5 (February 26, 2014)
    Keith Giffen (plot), Tony Bedard (script), Pop Mhan, Pop Mhan
    Teela, Evil-Lyn, Queen Marlena and Prince Adam approach the House of Secrets with caution. Teela wants Adam to transform into He-Man but Evil-Lyn counters that it would give their position away too early. Inside Black Alice and Skeletor discuss Orko's probable doube-cross when Orko warns them of the impending incursion. Skeletor tries to handle the situation himself but Orko takes matters into his own hands and sends out a spell designed to enslave all meta-humans to his cause. In Gotham City John Constantine senses the spell's approach and protects the Eternians and the Justice League members in his presence but it doesn't protect the rest of the planet's metahumans and they are all headed towards the House of Secrets. Meanwhile Adam and Evil-Lyn enter the house and Lyn tries to double cross Adam but Skeletor stops her. They have a bigger enemy. Adam demands to know who is behind all this and Skeletor begins his tale. Eons ago an ancient evil terrorized the cosmos; Horde Prime. His evil lives on today in Hordak and Skeletor even used Horde Prime's accursed skull to take over Eternia. Adam and Teela know this story well but Skeletor tells them they weren't the first to try and stop him. Orko was the first to stop Skeletor's evil plan but while his heart was pure his spells usually backfired and he ended up with a face full of evil for his troubles. Orko absorbed the very worst of Horde Prime and unlocked mental barriers that always help him back. He gained power, but lost his compassion and humanity. In Trolla Orko tortures Superman, who does his best to break free of Orko's realm. Back at the House of Secrets the Justice League and the Eternians arrive. Skeletor brings them up to speed and tells them how Orko found Skeltor after He-Man had defeated him. Now He-Man has gone into Orko's realm to free Superman. Meanwhile just about every metahuman imaginable has arrived outside the House of Secrets, all of them under the control of Orko.

  • Superman: Lois Lane #1 (February 26, 2014)
    Marguerette Bennett; Emanuela Lupacchino, Meghan Hetrick, Ig Guara, Diogenes Neves; Guillermo Datego, Hetrick, Ruy Jose & Marc Deering
    The story opens with a flashback of Lois and Lucy Lane playing as children, and soon witnessing the crash of what appears to be a military grade helicopter. The story returns to the present, where Lois is having trouble sleeping and Lucy watches as her roommate, Amanda is abducted. Lucy escapes her attempted abduction, and runs to Lois' apartment. The story returns to the past, where Lois is chastised by her father, Sam Lane, who admonishes her for not being more careful. We learn that their mother is terminally ill. A return to the present finds Lois tending to Lucy. Lucy relays a story of meeting her roommate, who became ill, and was given pills with literally monstrous side-effects. Lois thinks to involve Superman, but Lucy doesn't trust him as "he's not human." Lois decides to investigate on her own, and tracks down an address after using her contacts as a reporter and some legwork. Lois returns home to find Lucy gone, and puts together that Lucy's story doesn't quite add up. Lois gets some assistance from Jimmy Olsen, and once at the address she obtained, Lois seeks to acquire the pills Lucy mentioned, but her undercover assignment goes awry when she's captured by Lucy's would be abductors. Lois is detained on a freighter, where she sees the full effects of the pills, and learns their origin. She also learns that Lucy is considered a user and marked for acquisition. In an advantageous mayhem, Lois escapes the freighter, with Amanda in tow, riding on a faux Mothra. Superman is called in towards the end, and Lois discovers that her ride from the freighter was actually Lucy, transformed by the pills. Lois promises to help Lucy detox, and reminisces on their lives as children, reminding Lucy and herself, that neither will ever be alone.

  • Forever Evil #6 (March 5, 2014)
    Geoff Johns, David Finch, Richard Friend
    As Lex Luthor and Batman's forces prepare to invade the remains of the Watchtower the Crime Syndicate watch the skies, which look like they are bleeding. Alfred contacts Owlman and asks him and the rest of the Syndicate to get back to the Watchtower because Grid has done something to Nightwing. Lex and crew find Nightwing soon after infiltrating the Watchtower and discover that he has been placed in something called the Murder Machine. Meanwhile Grid informs Alfred that someone is there and Alfred immediately contacts Owlman, who wants Grayson protected at all costs. Alfred refuses and goes to take care of their hooded prisoner but is killed by Ocean Master. Back in Dick Grayson's cell the door slams shut and a countdown begins. Lex realizes that Grayson isn't strapped to a fancy pair of handcuffs; he's strapped to a bomb. Elsewhere on the Watchtower Sinestro, Deathstroke and Black Adam are attacked by the Crime Syndicate. Back in Grayson's cell Batman learns that the only way to disarm the bomb is to stop Dick's heart while at the same time Johnny Quick and Atomica find and attack Black Manta and Captain Cold. Events accelerate from there as Lex knocks out Batman so he can take care of Dick Grayson while Captain Cold incapacitates Quick. Dick's heart stops at the same time the hooded prisoner is free to say the word, "Mazahs!" The formally hooded figure kills Johnny Quick and steals his power before announcing that he will kill every single one of them and prove that Alexander Luthor is the most powerful hero this world has ever seen.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #5 (March 11, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Mike S. Miller and Bruno Redondo, Mike S. Miller and Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    Krypton is shortly to be destroyed, and it's time to place a baby Kal-El within his escape craft, so that he may survive the impending doom. Lara wants more time, but Jor-El places his son in the vessel and sends him off. In the present, Regime Superman meets with Ganthet, who directly tells Regime Superman that he is off the rails in his pursuit to make the world safe. Regime Superman directly asks Ganthet if the Guardians of the Universe were responsible for the destruction of Krypton, meaning, did the Guardians know, watch, and do nothing? Ganthet's reply is silence. Superman becomes indignant, charging Ganthet and the Guardians with Krypton's doom. Ganthet again insists that the Guardians won't allow Regime Superman to rule the Earth, but before things escalate, Guy Gardner is able to get everyone to simmer down. Regime Superman demands that Ganthet leave Earth, and he does, with Hal Jordan in tow. It's then revealed that Sinestro provided the information about the Guardians' role regarding Krypton, and Sinestro reminds Regime Superman that when the Guardians come for him, Sinestro's help will be needed.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #6 (March 18, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    The Guardians begin to recall Green Lanterns from various planets, in the form of Kilowog, Tomar Re, Arisa Rrab, and John Stewart. On Earth, the first batch of Regime Superman's enhanced security force is embedded in Gotham City. Commissioner Gordon is against the move, and seeks aid in the form of Oracle, also known as Barbara Gordon, his daughter. Barbara is surprised that Gordon knows, but he reminds her that he's a detective. He asks to the whereabouts of the Batman, and reveals to Barbara that he has terminal cancer. Barbara reveals that there is a plan to stop Superman. Hal Jordan has a talk with Carol Ferris, who is flustered at Hal leaving her once again. The talk ends when Ganthet states it's time to leave, and Guy Gardner reassures Jordan that the Earth won't be broken in his absence.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #3 [Print Edition] (March 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #5-6.

  • DC Universe vs. Masters of the Universe #6 (March 26, 2014)
    Keith Giffen (plot), Tony Bedard (script), Pop Mhan and Eduardo Francisco
    As Skeletor, the Eternians and Justice League Dark fight off the first wave of mind-controlled heroes Prince Adam tries to keep his presence in Orko's realm a secret. This fails to work and he dives towards Orko's heart and finds Superman. Adam transforms into He-Man and frees Superman just in time for Orko to place an army of Trollans in their way. Around the world hero fights hero until Batman has Black Alice reverse Orko's spell. Back in Trolla Superman admits that he isn't much use against magic so He-Man lends him the power sword. Orko opens a portal and orders Skeletor to send reinforcements and is greeted by an angry Skeletor, who attacks his master. The battle rages to Earth and just as Orko strips Skeletor of his newfound power the rest of the heroes rally against him. Superman impales Orko's corrupted heart allowing Adam to shatter it and Constantine banishes them to parts unknown. After a sad farewell between Adam and his mother the heroes of Eternia return to their world with the promise that once Eternia is freed Orko will be found. After they leave Superman asks Batman what he thought of the visitors. Batman replies that he thought they would never leave prompting Wonder Woman to suggest that they head to the Batcave and fix the giant hole they made.

    [Trade Paperback collection: DC Universe Vs. Masters of the Universe [Paperback] collects all six issues of the miniseries]

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #7 (April 9, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Mike S. Miller, Salem Crawford
    The Flash is in full disagreement with Superman. He and Lex Luthor believe that availing themselves of Sinestro's help is more than unwise, but stupid. Sinestro pleads his case, not to be forgiven or pardoned for his reputation and actions, but to be allowed to help Superman in his cause. A cause that Sinestro believes is in line with the one he once had. Sinestro relates his time as a Green Lantern, and the downfall that followed when he sought to remove "harmful" elements from his world, Korugar. Sinestro believes that help improved Korugar, but in truth, he was a despot that fomented his wife's suicide. Sinestro was removed from power by the GL Corps., and swore revenge. In an effort to put Superman and the rest at ease, Sinestro willingly surrenders his power ring, saying that while he may not be a good man, he will be needed when the Guardians of the Universe comes for them.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #8 (April 22, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    On Oa, Green Lantern defends Superman's direction with the Earth, stating that Superman has the correct idea and drive and that the world has improved because of it. However, Hal Jordan's audience with the Guardians is a formality, as the Guardians have all ready made up their minds. They will send a force to Earth and depose Superman. Hal reconnects with Killowog and John Stewart, then observes a sky filled with Green Lanterns. They've all been recalled to take on Superman. Hal is asked for his ring, but resists and seeks to escape Oa. The Guardians seal off the planet to keep him from escaping, and Jordan is restrained and knocked unconscious. While Hal is placed in a cell, the rest of the Lanterns head for Earth and combat.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #4 [Print Edition] (April 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #7-8.

  • Secret Origins #1 (April 23, 2014)
    Greg Pak/Kyle Higgins/Tony Bedard, Lee Weeks/Doug Mahnke/Paulo Siquiera, Sandra Hope and Lee Weeks/Keith Champagne & Christian Alamy/Hi-Fi
    Origin story of Superman, Nightwing and Supergirl.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #9 (May 13, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    Hal Jordan has been incarcerated on Oa for refusing to go along with the Guardians of the Universe's directives against Regime Superman. However, he's liberated by John Stewart, and the two head off to Earth to see what can be done. Regime Superman pulls Billy Batson from his high school class, as he needs his help with the battle to come. Billy transforms, and goes with Regime to see the incoming Green Lanterns descending on Earth. Killowog asks for Regime Superman to stand down, but Regime has planned ahead, and contacts Cyborg to assault the Green Lanterns from the Watchtower, unleashing an energy blast that smothers the Lanterns and cracks the Earth.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #10 (May 20, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    A red column of force has been trained on the Green Lantern corps, courtesy of the Justice League Watchtower. When asked to confirm that the GLC is down, Regime Superman can only respond "no" once Killowog exits the smoky exhaust of the blast. A melee ensues, with Regime Superman engaging Killowog. Regime Superman alerts Killowog that he can move faster than thought, hence the GL weapons mean little to him. However, Ch'p interferes with Regime Superman's brain synapses, keeping him from being able to think straight. Ch'p's actions, however, prove no match for the construct that Sinestro fires into Ch'p's brain. Sinestro's appearance means not only a new player, but a whole new ballgame.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #5 [Print Edition] (May 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #9-10.

    [Trade Paperback collection: Injustice: Gods Among Us Year 2 Vol. 1 [Hardcover] reprints Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #1-5]

  • Forever Evil #7 (May 21, 2014)
    Geoff Johns, David Finch, Richard Friend
    Alexander Luthor tells Captain Cold and Black Manta that they are useless to him and flies off. Meanwhile the "real" Lex brings Dick back from the brink of death. Cyborg arrives and after some discussion Batman and Cyborg leave to free the League while Lex takes on the Crime Syndicate after taking Batman's Kryptonite ring. Deathstorm and Ultraman are discussing the fact that they need to get Alexander under control when Alexander arrives with Superwoman, who has been having an affair with Luthor and is carrying his child. The fight is brief with and in the end Ultraman is taken down and Deathstorm is killed. Batman and crew find Firestorm and try to figure out how to free him when Owlman arrives saying he has come for Dick Grayson. Alexander attacks Luthor and his crew and makes short work of them. Bizarro tries to put up a good fight but Alexander beats the creature to death. Lex makes a quick plan of attack and order Black Adam, with the help of Sinestro, to call down on the Power of Shazam to transform Alexander back to his human form. This fails and Alexander attacks Lex but Lex is able to turn the tables on his counterpart and calls down the thunderbolt which de-powers Alexander. Lex kills him and then defeats Ultraman thanks to Sinestro and Black Adam putting the moon back in its proper orbits. The Justice League is freed, Lex leaves Ultraman to suffer but kills Atomica. After saving Superman's life by removing the small piece of Kryptonite that had been embedded inside him things start to return to some semblance of normal. Black Adam and Sinestro laugh off Lex's offer of wiping their slates clean. Batman tells Catwoman that there can't be anything between them before setting up a new identity for Dick Grayson. Sometime later Lex meets with Ted Kord and informs the young man that he won't be taking his father's company from him. The League rebuilds, Owlman is on the loose and Wonder Woman tries to interrogate Superwoman but doesn't get very far. Back at LexCorp Lex oversees the creation of another Bizarro before discovering that Bruce Wayne is Batman. Superman and Aquaman discuss the person responsible for destroying the Syndicate's world. No one wants to talk about it but the Man of Steel is certain there is only one being that has that kind of power...the being that brought the League together in the first place. Darkseid. In another universe an unseen entity tells the Anti-Monitor that all the power has been consumed and he will find another universe for his master to consume. The Anti-Monitor replies that when that happens Darkseid will be his!

    [Trade Paperback collection: Forever Evil [Paperback] reprints Forever Evil #1-7]

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #11 (June 10, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    Green Lanterns Hal Jordan and John Stewart race to Earth in an effort to cease the hostilities between the Green Lantern Corp, The Guardians of the Universe, and Superman's regime. On their way, they see a power ring returning to Oa, and learn that CH'P is dead. On Earth, the melee between the GLC and the Justice League is in full swing. Hal attempts to have Killowog stand down from fighting, but there is no need, as Sinestro has summoned the Yellow Lantern Corp. Killowog yields on behalf of the GLC, asking only to take their wounded and dead, then return to Oa. Sinestro differs with this proposition, believing that allowing the GLC to leave will only guarantee their return and in full force. Superman agrees with Sinestro, who then pronounces that the GLC must be exterminated. In Gotham City, Harvey Bullock is hospitalized after a run-in with one of Superman's super-pill enhanced police force. Bullock is angered that the police force can act with impunity, and Commissioner Gordon decides that it's time for the GCPD to police Gotham.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #12 (June 24, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    The Green Lantern Corps led by Killowog has been defeated, and now await the judgement of Regime Superman and the Justice League. Ultimately, Regime Superman decides not to execute the GLC, but confiscate their rings and detain them. Sinestro disagrees, warning Regime that to do so would be inviting war, but Regime dismisses the Yellow Lantern Corps nonetheless. Sinestro, however, is asked to remain. Guy Gardner observes the YLC leaving Earth, and goes to alert the Guardians of the Universe that Regime Superman is in league with Sinestro. In Gotham City, Commissioner Gordon convenes with a group of GCPD officers, and convinces them to take a stand against the militia that Regime Superman left in place. Commissioner Gordon has Harvey Bullock shoot him in the head, after he consumes a super-pill. The group is astounded to see that Gordon is alive and smiling afterwards. Gordon calls it a game changer and the issue closes on his wry smile.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #6 [Print Edition] (June 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #11-12.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #13 (July 1, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    Black Canary leaves the resistance forming in Gotham City to return to the Arrow Cave. Once there, she encounters Harley Quinn. A fight ensues, but Black Canary calls for time so she can vomit, a matter brought about by the fact that she's pregnant. Harley quickly deduces that Canary is pregnant, and soon reveals that she was once pregnant herself. Harley offers her assistance to Canary, insisting that they have a shared interest as Regime Superman killed both the Joker and Green Arrow. Canary rejects the offer, but the issue ends with Harley offering her help once more.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #14 (July 8, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Mike S. Miller & Tom Derenick
    On Oa, the Guardians of the Universe are befuddled by recent events. They cannot locate the Earth, and the Green Lantern Corp members sent to Earth have disappeared. Guy Gardner returns to alert the Guardians that Sinestro has joined Regime Superman, and the Earth is being shielded from the Guardians view. The Guardians resign themselves to the current fact that they cannot assist the Earth, but Gardner tells them that there is a resistance on the planet, dedicated to stopping Regime Superman's advances. The scene shifts to Black Canary, Huntress, Batwoman, and a group of former GCPD officers, taking it to Regime Superman's stormtroopers. Prisoners are taken and Commissioner Gordon crosses a line by denying the captured due process; an action that leaves his team to look on him with uncertainty.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #7 [Print Edition] (July 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #13-14.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #15 (July 15, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    Black Canary gives birth to her son, Connor, and later receives a visit from Harley Quinn, who provides Canary with some forward thinking items. Canary is contacted by Guy Gardner, who is leading a force of Green Lanterns to Earth, complete with Mogo, no less. Canary resigns that she must leave her newborn and take up the fight once more. Meanwhile, Sinestro uses Despero as a pawn to further gain the trust of Hal Jordan and John Stewart. Sinestro uses his ring to manipulate Despero into what seems to be a kill or be killed scenario, then snaps Despero's neck. He covers himself by saying he had no choice, and the Lanterns give a full-throated swallow to the deception he shovels. They believe people can change, forgetting the person they are talking about is Sinestro.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #16 (July 21, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Xermanico, Julien Hugonnard-Bert & Xermanico
    The Green Lantern Corp is en route to Earth, but encounter a couple of Yellow Lantern Corp sentries, who flee to warn the rest of the YLC. Guy Gardner realizes that the element of surprise is lost, and alerts his allies on Earth to prepare. Regime Superman address the populace of Earth that war is coming, and encourages the people to come and fight against the GLC. Oracle recognizes the complications of what Regime Superman has called for, but receives the codes to the Watchtower's communications system, leading her to believe that she'll be able to anticipate the Justice League's movements before they make them. Black Canary joins Zatana, Catwoman, and the Batman to prepare for the coming battle, and the Batman, though still convalescing, dons armor and addresses his comrades. He tells them make their moment with those that they love, and apologizes for not being able to fight along side of them. However, Batman has a private plan to be certain that Regime Superman is defeated, one that he has yet to reveal to his friends and compatriots, or the reader.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #8 [Print Edition] (July 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #15-16.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #17 (July 28, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    The Green Lantern Corp has arrived, and Guy Gardner seeks to parley with Regime Superman. Guy makes an impassioned plea for a peaceful resolution, but Regime Superman dismisses Guy as an embarrassment. Insulted and goaded, Guy attacks Regime Superman, who easily evades and flings Guy away from the fight. The GLC attacks, but it's just a ploy to allow Mogo a chance to attack. Mogo releases a blast of emerald energy and seemingly incinerates the Yellow Lantern Corp with Regime Superman among them. On Earth, the Batman's League is alerted by the sky turning green, that it is time to act. Batman asks Black Canary to remember the man that Regime Superman once was, but as she loads a gun with a Kryptonite bullet, she makes the Batman no promises other than to have aim that is true.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #18 (August 4, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julian Hugonnard-Bert
    Mogo has decimated the Yellow Lantern Corp, forcing Regime Superman to strategically retreat back to Earth to prevent another such blast from being used. On Earth, Oracle and Commissioner Gordon's forces make ready to have at Regime Superman's forces, all of them on the pill. They assault the Hall of Justice, and quickly take out the Flash with a low-level ploy. Robin takes up for the Flash, while Commissioner Gordon presses his assault. Cyborg realizes that the Watchtower is being monitored, but decides to use the knowledge to find the interlopers. Lex Luthor, after being captured, reveals that he's the leak in the Justice League. He tells Commissioner Gordon that Oracle is in danger, and Gordon demands that Lex take him to the Watchtower, unafraid of what may come, as he is terminal.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #9 [Print Edition] (August 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #17-18.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #19 (August 11, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Mike S. Miller, Mike S. Miller
    The Hall of Justice has been taken by the Insurgency. Now, the Insurgency looks to take the fight to the air, putting Batwoman and Huntress into play as they seek to commandeer planes Ferris Aircraft. Carol Ferris contacts Hal Jordan, who leaves the battle in space to assist her. Guy Gardner follows and contends with Jordan, but they were both followed by Sinestro and members of his corp. Sinestro looks to kill Gardner, but Ganthet appears and dismisses them all with a wave of his hand. Hal continues to fight with Guy, but Ganthet finally takes Hal's ring away, but while Hal is high above the ground. Hal begs Sinestro to save Carol, but Sinestro offers Hal a yellow ring with which to do so himself. Hal accepts the ring, saves Carol, and becomes a default member of the Yellow Lantern Corp, ready to dish out a healthy amount of fear.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #20 (August 18, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Julien Hugonnard-Bert & Xermanico
    The war spreads across the Earth, as Regime Superman and the Justice League look to stretch the Green Lantern Corp and minimize their effectiveness. Populated areas are turned to battle grounds, as the GLC will seek to prevents innocents from being harmed, something the League isn't concerned with, so it seems. Oracle realizes that she's being traced, and tries to stop the process, but Cyborg isn't to be thwarted, Cyborg is seconds away from discovering her location, when Commissioner Gordon gains his attention. Gordon shoots a warning shot, and threatens to shoot through Cyborg's face, but Cyborg reveals that Gordon is literally dying before him. Gordon attacks Cyborg with his bare hands, and rips his face off, effectively stopping the trace and saving Oracle. While Luthor takes care of Cyborg, Gordon calls Oracle one last time to tell her loves her, and then disappears from the secure line used to make the call.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #10 [Print Edition] (August 27, 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #19-20.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #21 (August 25, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Mike S. Miller, Mike S. Miller
    Hal Jordan accepted a yellow ring from Sinestro in order to save Carol Ferris, and Ganthet declares that "he has fallen." Sinestro tries to engage Ganthet, but Ganthet slays Sinestro's accompanying Yellow Lanterns with a wave of his hand, leaving Sinestro shielding himself for dear life. Ganthet leaves Sinestro to engage Regime Superman. Ganthet blasts Regime Superman, who falls into Earth's stratosphere and is saved by Yellow Lanterns. This plays right into the hands of the Insurgency, who bombard Regime Superman with missiles, setting him up for an attack from the Batplane. Regime fires on and destroys the Batplane, believing it to be flown by the Batman. However, out of the conflagration flies Black Canary, who uses her sonic scream to immobilize Regime, sending them both to the ground in a mustard colored, mushroom shaped explosion.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #22 (September 2, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Tom Derenick, Rex Lokus
    Out of a smoking crater, Regime Superman and Black Canary can be seen. Regime tries to explain to Canary, but she's not having any of it. She shoots Regime with a Kryptonite bullet and he's down. Elsewhere the battle is turning against the League and the Yellow Lantern Corp. Ganthet lays waste to the YLC, in addition to removing Captain Marvel from the field. Cyborg, Flash, and Robin have been captured, and Canary announces victory. However, she doesn't see a solitary yellow ring flying towards Superman. It selects "Kal-El" of Krypton for his ability to instill great fear Regime uses the ring to remove the Kryptonite, then trains his heat vision on Black Canary, killing her. He stands over her lifeless body, now adorned in the color and uniform of the Yellow Lantern Corp, and the look of his face bodes of a horrible reckoning to come.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #11 [Print Edition] (September 10, 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #21-22.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #23 (September 9, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo and Xermanico, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    Black Canary reveals to Regime Superman that she has transmitted her encounter with him via contact lenses with aforesaid capability. Canary's last breath is used to tell Regime that the world will fear him, and he takes to the skies. Regime finds Ganthet and lambasts him for the killing taking place, while adding to the number slain. Meanwhile, John Stewart implores for the opposing forces to stop fighting, drawing Sinestro's attention. Sinestro attempts to lure Stewart to his and Regime's side, but John is resistant, and so Sinestro murders him. Sinestro takes John's body to Hal Jordan, and places the blame for John's murder on the shoulders of Guy Gardner. Hal finds Guy and proceeds to beat him ferociously. Guy doesn't resist. He tries to reason with Hal, but to no avail, as Jordan rips off his arm and allows Guy's unprotected body to drop to his death as it meets the Earth below.

  • Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #24 (September 16, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo and Xermanico, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    Batman witnesses the events that have transpired between Regime Superman and Black Canary, and tells Oracle to close off the transmission. The Batman realizes that with the power of a Yellow Lantern ring at his disposal, Regime Superman will be empowered by the fear of the Earth's populace. Ganthet and Regime Superman face off, and even with the power of a Guardian and Mogo against him, Regime is more than a match for the both of them. Regime pins Ganthet to Mogo, then pushes both Guardian and planet into the sun. The war is over, Sinestro has his revenge, bodies are everywhere, and it is over... at least for the Injustice players. Doctor Fate arrives at the scene of Black Canary and Regime Superman's battle, and decides on a selfish course of action. He saves Canary from her death, and takes her to another Earth where Green Arrow, Oliver Queen, is still alive. Fate leaves the two to become reacquainted and Year Two of Injustice ends on a high note of hope.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two #12 [Print Edition] (September 24, 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Two" digital chapters #23-24.

  • Injustice: Year Three - Chapter #1 (September 30, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo and Xermanico, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    In Liverpool, England, John Constantine looks over the damage caused by the war between Regime Superman and the Green Lantern Corp. He goes to retrieve his daughter, Rose, who does not know that she is his own. Constantine takes her to the Tower of Fate, in an effort to keep Rose safe. In a conversation with Zatanna and Doctor Fate, Constantine alerts them that an evil magical presence was observing him. Doctor Fate adds that the presence has risen to aid Regime Superman. Fate also senses that they are on the path to much pain and suffering. Constantine decides that he needs help and asks Zatanna to send him to the greatest detective in the world. Zatanna gives a mild protest, but acquiesces to Constantine, who is sent to see none other that Detective Chimp.

  • Injustice: Year Two Annual#1 (October 1, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor with Marguerite Bennett; David Yardin, Daniel HDR, Vicente Cifuentes, Mike S. Miller
    Commisioner Gordon is taken in by a woman who appears to be his deceased wife, Barbara. On investigation, it turns out to be Clayface. Gordon is incensed with anger, but Clayface asks for his protection from Regime's stormtroopers, saying he can tell Gordon where his wife is buried, as a show of good faith. Clayface keeps his word, and Gordon takes him in. Shortly, Clayface reveals that he was sent by Regime Superman, and tries to kill Oracle. Black Canary splatters Clayface and he's bottled in jars by Harley Quinn. In another untold tale, Regime Superman has learned of the location for an ancient weapon, the Ur-Forge. He sends Green Lantern and Sinestro to recover it. On the way, Sinestro and GL converse and bond once more. On finding the Ur-Forge, Sinestro destroys it, and reclaims the trust of Hal Jordan. They return to Superman without it, believing it has been kept from the wrong hands.

  • Injustice: Year Three - Chapter #2 (October 7, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo and Xermanico, Julien Hugonnard-Bert
    In Hell, Constantine has a dialogue with Trigon regarding his daughter, Raven. Constantine believes he knows what has happened to Raven, and seeks to barter with Trigon over the portion of his soul that now belongs to Trigon. Elsewhere, Superman, Green Lantern, and Sinestro begin the search for the missing Justice League, but Superman realizes that the lack of any trace to follow, must mean the involvement of magic. The scene changes to the Batman awaiting Constantine, and along with Detective Chimp, Batman leads them to Raven, who has been immobilized as a pre-emptive strike he needs help and asks Zatanna to send him to the greatest detective in the world. Zatanna gives a mild protest, but acquiesces to Constantine, who is sent to see none other that Detective Chimp.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Three #1 [Print Edition] (October 8, 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Three" digital chapters #1-2.

  • Injustice: Year Three - Chapter #3 (October 14, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Mike S. Miller, Mike S. Miller
    Regime Superman interrogates one of the attack force that besieged the Hall of Justice. While the attacker contends that he knows nothing, Sinestro intends to torture him nonetheless. Harley Quinn pours her heart out to a restrained Flash, but is summoned by Zatanna to join with Doctor Fate and others in conference. Constantine leads the discussion of what's to be done about Regime Superman, while the likes of Klarion, Jason Blood, and Harvey Bullock listen in. Bullock wisely wants out of the discussion, as he's not used to this scenario, but Detective Chimp invokes Commissioner Gordon's memory to have him remain. Unfortunately, Harvey left the door open as he was about to leave, giving ingress to the raging force that Fate and Constantine could only sense. In an opening salvo, the spirit of vengeance slays both Bullock and Jason Blood. The Tower of Fate must now contend with God's wrath, in the form of, The Spectre.

  • Injustice: Year Three - Chapter #4 (October 21, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Bruno Redondo
    Etrigan the Demon, laments the loss of Jason Blood, who was slain by the sudden appearance of the Spectre. All inside of Blood's home scramble to effect and escape, and the Batman looks to enact a hasty plan. However, Constantine laces into Batman for what he believes is a poor strategy, resulting in Batman punching him. Batman confronts the Spectre to buy time for the others, who teleport away with Zatanna's help, once the Spectre is distracted. The Spectre realizes the ruse immediately after it happens, but not with enough time to keep Zatanna from making off with Batman as well. Once they're safe at the Tower of Fate, Batman confronts Constantine about his actions. Constantine retorts that Batman isn't up-to-par and needed the shock treatment. Batman has been out of sorts, according to Constantine, and in order to defeat Regime Superman, and possibly, The Spectre, Constantine will need Batman to be everything that he is.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Three #2 [Print Edition] (October 22, 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Three" digital chapters #3-4.

  • Injustice: Year Three - Chapter #5 (October 28, 2014) [Digital Comic]
    Tom Taylor, Mike S. Miller, Mike S. Miller
    Great efforts are made to save the life of Detective Chimp, but it doesn't look good. Doctor Fate can't (or won't) intervene to save Chimp's life. The scene moves to the Hall of Justice, where Sinestro tortures Officer Sprague, in order to gain the whereabouts of the other Leaguers. Regime Superman disagrees with the torture, but Sinestro convinces him that it needs to be done. Regime returns to his throne, and discusses the situation with Lex Luthor. Captain Marvel asks to speak privately with Regime, but is interrupted by the appearance of The Spectre, who has come to warn Regime of what's going on outside of his purview. We return to the Tower of Fate, where Constantine has Klarion intervene to save the life of Detective Chimp. Rose Constantine then performs a feat of prestidigitation, that Doctor Fate confirms is anything but. Constantine threatens Fate to mind his own affairs and is interrupted by The Batman. Constantine and Batman surmise that they need to have a look at what's occurring in the actual world, and get a bearing of what they're up against, so Constantine asks Batman to accompany him to meet someone who probably wants to kill him.

  • Notable Issue: Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Three #3 [Print Edition] (November 5, 2014)
    Collects "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year Three" digital chapters #5-6.

Specials and One-Shots Comics Index


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