Gods Among Us, Volume 2
DC Comics, Hardcover, 9781401246013, 224pp.
Publication Date: July 1, 2014
From the makers of Mortal Kombat comes the critically acclaimed prequel comic to the smash hit fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us
From the ashes of Metropolis comes Superman and the JLA's newest ally: Lex Luthor Against all odds, he's not only survived but now embraces Superman's goals. Of course, Lex has his own ideas for how to create a better world. The Man of Steel trusts him, but can the rest of his allies be so sure?
This volume collects Injustice: Gods Among Us #7-12 and Injustice: Gods Among Us Annual #1.
Mike S. Miller is a New York Times best selling illustrator whose career has spanned 23 years primarily in comics and video games. After a decade working for Marvel and DC on top titles such as X-Man, Wolverine, Adventures of Superman and JLA among others, Mike took a turn toward the independent, assuming the role of art director at start-up publisher, DBPro, and helmed titles such as George R.R. Martin s prequel to A GAME OF THRONES: The Hedge Knight and The Sworn Sword as well as Robert Jordan s WHEEL OF TIME prequel: New Spring, among others. In 2004, after developing several of his own properties, Mike joined with magazine publisher Brett Burner and formed Alias Comics; later optioning one of his titles, Deal with the Devil to Lionsgate films. Mike returned to mainstream comics working regularly for DC comics on the popular DC UNIVERSE ONLINE: LEGENDS series, BATMAN: ARKHAM digital comics, and is the regular cover artist for Dynamite/Del Rey s GEORGE R. R. MARTIN s A GAME OF THRONES comic book adaptation, as well as being a regular ZENESCOPE cover artist. Mike is currently also a main interior artist on the #1 digital comic in the world: INJUSTICE GODS AMONG US and is working diligently on the third installment of The Hedge Knight series, THE MYSTERY KNIGHT for Random House Publishing.
"An entertaining gateway into the new game universe."—IGN
"One of the best DC comics to not only come out this week, but since the start of 2013."—AIN'T IT COOL NEWS