Superman/Batman: Finest Worlds

Superman/Batman: Finest Worlds

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by Michael Green, Various, Mike Johnson
     
 

The Dark Knight and The Man of Steel team up for three titanic tales! First up, it's the untold story of how Superman's dad and Batman's father had a fateful meeting many years ago! Then, the Li'I League is on the scene as miniature versions of the JLA find their way into the DC Universe! It's up to Superman, Batman and their peers to keep the tykes from destroying…  See more details below

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The Dark Knight and The Man of Steel team up for three titanic tales! First up, it's the untold story of how Superman's dad and Batman's father had a fateful meeting many years ago! Then, the Li'I League is on the scene as miniature versions of the JLA find their way into the DC Universe! It's up to Superman, Batman and their peers to keep the tykes from destroying everything in their path. And in the third story, The Man of Steel's powers find a new home in the body of The Dark Knight. Now Batman possesses incredible Kryptonian abilities while Superman stands powerless. How will they adjust physically and psychologically to these bizarre changes? And will Batman's new absolute powers corrupt him absolutely?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401223328
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
06/15/2010
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
6.60(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
14 - 18 Years

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Superman/Batman: Finest Worlds 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
This book is loaded with creators and storylines and none of them are equal to what has come before. This book has always been about big ideas and that isn't necessarily the case here. The first story, while having good art throws a horrible retcon connecting Bruce and Clark with no real need to. The second story, while having a bunch of hilariously cute moments, doesn't have a plot worth caring about. However the Lil' Leaguers could have their own series. The last story has an interesting concept but there are too many pitfalls for it to come together. There are so many wholes in the plot that any novice comics fan could point out. The art here by Rags Morales is very goof though. Overall this collection is pretty random but a good enough to check out.