Injustice: Gods Among Us – Volume 3 – 7


Injustice: Gods Among Us – Volume 3 – 7

General Info

Issue No:
7
On Sale Date:
January 2015
Cover Date:
Early March 2015
Era:
Non Canon
Story Title:
For The Man Who's Lost Everything

Creative Team

Cover Artist:
Mike S. Miller
Writer:
Tom Taylor
Penciller:
Bruno Redondo
Inker:
Juan Albarran, Xermanico
Letterer:
Wes Abbott
Colourist:
Rex Lokus
Editor:
Jim Chadwick

Characters

Main:
Supergirl (Lara Lane-Kent), Superman (Clark Kent/Kal El)
Heroes:
Justice League: Wonder Woman (Princess Diana), Batman (Bruce Wayne), Black Canary (Dinah Lance), Flash (Barry Allen), Green Arrow (Oliver Queen), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Avia, Kid Flash (Barry Allen), Midnighter, Plastic Man (Patrick O'Brien), Red Tornado
Regime: Hawkgirl (Shiera Hall), Shazam (Billy Batson), Sinestro, Yellow Lantern (Hal Jordan), Spectre (Mister Mxyzptlk)
Villains:
Harley Quinn (Harleen Quinzel), Joker
Olympians:
N/A
Amazons:
N/A
Other:
Harvey Bullock, James Gordon, Renee Montoya, Jonathan Kent, Lois Lane
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Comments

Based on the video game of the same name, this series featured an alternate version of Wonder Woman. The title was released as a weekly Digital Comic in parallel with a monthly print version.

The alternate reality featured in Injustice explored a world where heroes take justice into their own hands and become an authoritarian regime under the command of Superman.  Wonder Woman allies herself with Kal, meaning she is effectively a villain in this title.

Director Zack Snyder had intended his original two part Justice League movie, that was going to follow on from the events of ‘Batman versus Superman’, to be based on the events of Injustice. This authoritarian world controlled by the Man of Steel was even hinted at in a flash-forward “dream sequence” in the 2016 movie.

Synopsis

It all began when Superman learned that his wife, Lois Lane, was pregnant. But then came The Joker’s terrible machinations, and the horrible tragedy that took her life and destroyed Metropolis. From that moment, Superman – and the world – were changed forever. But suppose none of that had ever happened? This issue reflects on that fateful day and recounts have events would have panned out if Lois had never died that day.