Batman/Superman (comic)

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,...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...