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Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Four Vol. 2 Paperback – 13 Dec 2016
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About the Author
Brian Buccellato is a writer and and illustrator, best known for his work as scribe on THE FLASH with co-writer and artist Francis Manapul. He has also written DETECTIVE COMICS, INJUSTICE: YEAR THREE and FOREVER EVIL: ROGUES REBELLION for DC Comics. As a colorist, he's worked for Marvel, DC, Vertigo, Top Cow, Image and Dynamite Entertainment. His recent coloring credits include ADVENTURE COMICS, HELLBLAZER, SUPERMAN and THE FLASH.
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The other surprise from this volume is the Injustice annual issue that ends the volume. Written by Tom Taylor, the annual follows Plastic Man as he attempts to infiltrate the super prison Superman's regime has constructed to detain the defeated Green Lanterns as well as the world's super villains. Plastic Man wants to locate his son who has been arrested and in so doing proves why he was always such a fun character back during Grant Morrison's JLA run. Like Harley, Plas' great sense of humor is a welcome relief and helps point out the ridiculous nature of the series (such as his quip about Superman literally sitting in a throne). Overall, the volume is a great step in the right direction after the last two volumes. Hopefully that trend continues with the final run of Injustice in Year Five.