The plot starts to thicken with Injustice: Gods Among Us #21. Tom Taylor has now begun to get the wheel rolling as Batman begins making his move against Superman and his team. As Catwoman said, there’s no turning back now, and it started with them capturing Hawkgirl to send an infiltrator in her place to spy on Superman. A smart move on top of the fact that he has another hidden mole on Superman’s team. For those of us who played the game it’s quite apparent who it is, but the mystery behind it is all the same entertaining.
I will say that the issue may have felt a bit rushed, or maybe it was just too short. I just feel that for an issue that was meant to be clever, and certainly was, I would have wanted a little more from Superman’s side as to what was going through their minds. Aside from that, can’t say there was much wrong.
Again if we are seeing how Superman and the heroes around him are becoming too aggressive, it was seen through Wonder Woman in this issue. Being someone deeply involved with war, Wonder Woman found herself at that war camp where the females were being taken advantage of. That’s a recipe for danger when this happens in her presence. You can see how far they will go to bring about justice when she killed that soldier in cold blood and gave the men’s weapons to the women, who then slaughtered them as Wonder Woman flew away. If she wasn’t in the wrong then it was apparent just for the fact that she turned off her communicator