Batman/Superman Vol. 4: Siege review

Who is Superman’s Joker? Who would target those closest to him just to cause him pain? Batman/Superman Vol. 4 explores one possible answer to these questions, as the World’s Finest face a deadly threat…

Batman/Superman, Vol. 3: Second Chance review

Like its immediate predecessor, Batman/Superman Volume 3 is a collection of several self-contained stories. One serves as a New 52 origin story for The Atom (or at least for when Ray Palmer started calling…

Batman/Superman, Vol. 2: Game Over review

Less ongoing saga, more “Legends of the World’s Finest”, Batman/Superman Volume 2 collects three (largely) self-contained stories. Grek Pak, Paul Levitz, and a host of artists team up across nine issues from Batman/Superman and World’s Finest…

Batman/Superman #32 review

What happens when the Trinity heads to China to track down a solar flare with an identity crisis? What does a Chinese Justice League look like? These questions (and more!) are answered…

Batman/Superman #31 review

Prepare to have your heart warmed, broken, and thrown in the blender once again. As Pete Tomasi’s two-month takeover of the Superman books continues, Batman gets involved, a mysterious new super-being flexes his…

Batman/Superman #30 review

In this issue, we get the conclusion of Taylor and Rocha’s “Universe’s Finest” arc. Superman contends with his mysterious captor, Batman cruises the cosmos in Lobo’s ride, and–not satisfied with merely capturing our…

Batman/Superman #29 review

It should come as no surprise that Tom Taylor–who knows Batman and Superman well enough to write a satisfying conflict between them in the Injustice series–would write the most satisfying picture of the…

Batman/ Superman #28 review

Batman/ Superman #28 “Universe’s Finest” Written by Tom Taylor Pencils by Robson Rocha Colors by Blond Considering the past year has practically been void of stories featuring the real Batman, I find…

Batman/Superman #27 review

Batman/Superman #27: “Trust” Written by Greg Pak Illustrated by Cliff Richards & Jack Herbert Colored by Beth Sotelo & Wil Quintana Lettered by Rob Leigh Change is a constant. Superman is de-powered….

Batman/Superman #26 review

Vandal Savage has forced a small village in Siberia to do his bidding, extracting uranium from a stockpile of old nuclear warheads that were stored in an unused decommissioned site. Surviving for…