I'm a well read grad student who's bluntly honest about all things, although I try to be most honest about myself.
I'd loved the first Injustice, and this was no different. I loved it.
It was rather different in its take on this world since Superman had been imprisoned instead of running free, running, yes, a peaceful world that he held in thrall under his iron boot. Those few who fought had to deal with the fact that they had no Superman, that many people still admired him despite his dark, authoritarian turn, and the fallout of his rampage and rule.
Friends are dead, and the world seems irreparably broken.
And yet it goes on. It's a bunch of twisty turns and I hope volume two gets onto Comixology Unlimited.