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The world's most iconic super-heroes are united for an unbelievable adventure when Superman's greatest foe, Lex Luthor, becomes President of the United States and starts an all-out super-powered hunt for the Man of Tomorrow.

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The world's most iconic super-heroes are united for an unbelievable adventure when Superman's greatest foe, Lex Luthor, becomes President of the United States and starts an all-out super-powered hunt for the Man of Tomorrow. Nearby in Gotham, Batman finds that Superman is not the last Kryptonian, as he discovers another survivor alive…Kal-El’s cousin, Supergirl!

However, behind this immense discovery may be the gravest threat of all: Darkseid! Together, Superman and Batman square off with against the greatest threats known to the DC Universe in an unforgettable team-up!

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Based on 6 reviews - 0 1 2 3 4 3,50/5
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What a great start of Yang\'s run, cannot wait to see where this goes to next. Such unconventional style of writing, but it works so well, I\'m super happy to see Yang back on Superman once again - and his Batman is fantastic as well.


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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful

Yang is back with more fire. I felt like I was a kid again waiting for STAS to come on Kids WB, complaining to my family that I didn\'t want to watch BTAS because Batman was \"boring\".\r\nSuffice it to stay, I only read the Superman story and understood why Yang put the tale on top, given his history of love for the character.\r\nStill, to see Lois drop in the Bat\'s story was some shit I have never seen in a comic book. Just as the tales were so 40\'s but still had drones and other modern technology, this film melded the past with the present, and the future with Dr. Manhattan\'s level of linear time on full display.\r\nI usually only read Action and Detective to get my monthly World\'s Finest fix, but as long as Yang is on this title,


0 1 2 3 4
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful

What starts as a fun throwback to 1940\'s movie serials turns into a brilliant use of the comic medium\'s form. Both Reis and Yang are operating at a high level here, far beyond what you\'d expect from this title, which has historically been a bit of a bore under other creative teams. I can\'t wait to see what this run has in store!


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What a great start of Yang\'s run, cannot wait to see where this goes to next. Such unconventional style of writing, but it works so well, I\'m super happy to see Yang back on Superman once again - and his Batman is fantastic as well.


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Yang is back with more fire. I felt like I was a kid again waiting for STAS to come on Kids WB, complaining to my family that I didn\'t want to watch BTAS because Batman was \"boring\".\r\nSuffice it to stay, I only read the Superman story and understood why Yang put the tale on top, given his history of love for the character.\r\nStill, to see Lois drop in the Bat\'s story was some shit I have never seen in a comic book. Just as the tales were so 40\'s but still had drones and other modern technology, this film melded the past with the present, and the future with Dr. Manhattan\'s level of linear time on full display.\r\nI usually only read Action and Detective to get my monthly World\'s Finest fix, but as long as Yang is on this title,


0 1 2 3 4
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful

What starts as a fun throwback to 1940\'s movie serials turns into a brilliant use of the comic medium\'s form. Both Reis and Yang are operating at a high level here, far beyond what you\'d expect from this title, which has historically been a bit of a bore under other creative teams. I can\'t wait to see what this run has in store!