Written by: Jeff King
Art by: Carlo Pagulayan
Cover by: Joe Prado
Released: April 8, 2015
On that note, this issue starts out well enough for those readers interested in learning what befell the Earth 2 heroes and how they factor into the Convergence conflict. Their inclusion helps make this story feel more relevant than it might otherwise. Convergence is inherently divorced from DC’s ongoing storylines, and without this bridge to their usual publishing catalog it could become too isolated and insular for its own good. After reading these early pages it becomes clear that the relationship between Earth 2 Batman and his planet’s very different Dick Grayson will be a focal point of the mini-series. It’s a solid foundation to build from.
Also intriguing is the brief glimpse of the Injustice: Gods Among Us universe. This issue is the first to explore what transpires after the video game, as Injustice’s Gotham City becomes one of 40 realms dragged into Telos’ grand design. As a fan of the Injustice prequel comic, I’m eager to see where this plot element is leading and whether DC is setting the stage for some sort of comic book continuation. It’s certainly doesn’t look as though WB Games is in a hurry to continue the franchise.
This first issue was a little hard to understand what was going on but it was still a good issue. The artwork in the other hand was amazing. In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling.
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