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Injustice vs. Masters of the Universe #4 – Tim Seeley, Writer; Freddie Williams II, Artist; Jeremy Colwell, Colorist Ratings: Ray – 7.5/10 Ray: An action-packed fourth issue of Injustice 2 comic, but this issue drives home just how far he’s gone. He’s a sadistic maniac with multiple different alien presences lurking in his brain, and he’s willing to openly brag about his murder of Billy Batson. While it’s certainly a well-written scene, it’s also a reminder of why the Injustice universe didn’t really work for many people prior to recent comics. Meanwhile, Skeletor has been lurking in the background of this series for a while, but this issue he steps up as a major threat – with a new power that was teased earlier in the issue. However, the death of a major player in the series comes almost offhand and makes it unclear whether this series is actually supposed to be in continuity for this universe. It’s a fun, if somewhat scattered and chaotic comic book, that manages to fuse two universes that have no business going together.