Injustice 2 #66 (Last Stop) Comic Review Teaser

Red Lantern Starro draws ever closer to Earth. Can Blue Beetle live up to his destiny and stop the Conqueror?


Injustice 2 #66
Writer: Tom Taylor
Artist: Xermanico
Cover Artist: Tyler Kirkham
Cover Colors: Arif Prianto
Colorist: J. Nanjan
Letters: Wes Abbott
Publisher: DC Comics

What You Need to Know:

In his quest for revenge against the Green Lantern Corps, Atrocitus recruited Starro the Conqueror into the Red Lantern Corps. The threat of Red Lantern Starro was enough to catch the attention of the New God Metron. Metron hires the Bounty Hunter Lobo to recruit Blue Beetle as the Scarab is the only person capable of stopping the Conqueror. While the Titans, Green, & Red Lantern Corps go to war over Oa, Blue Beetle and Booster Gold pursue Starro on his journey to ravage Earth…

What You’ll Find Out:

As Red Lantern Starro continues his flight towards Earth, the best efforts of Blue Beetle amount to a mosquito attacking an Elephant. Not even getting Starro to acknowledge his presence. Booster noting how bad this is when you consider as a Red Lantern, he’s fueled by Rage and Blue Beetles best attack didn’t even slightly annoy him. Both of them know the Scarab is capable of stopping Starro but neither knows how. Booster suggests asking the Scarab itself but when Blue Beetle does he’s told “no”. The Scarab explaining he doesn’t want to end their bond. Blue Beetle states the obvious that if Starro makes it to Earth, their bond will be broken when he dies trying to stop him. Begrudgingly, the Scarab explains that they can’t actually defeat Starro together. That to defeat Starro the previous user would have to sacrifice their life to do so.


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