Superman/Batman: World's Finest (2020)

Superman/Batman: World's Finest Dave Gibbons Steve Rude Karl Kesel Steve Oliff Walter Simonson Bob Kahan Superman Batman World s Finest They are the World s Finest heroes Superman and Batman and they couldn t be different One is a bright shinning beacon of hope and protector to the citizens of the sparkling city of Metropolis The o
  • Title: Superman/Batman: World's Finest
  • Author: Dave Gibbons Steve Rude Karl Kesel Steve Oliff Walter Simonson Bob Kahan
  • ISBN: 9781563890680
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
Superman/Batman: World's Finest Dave Gibbons Steve Rude Karl Kesel Steve Oliff Walter Simonson Bob Kahan They are the World s Finest heroes, Superman and Batman, and they couldn t be different One is a bright, shinning beacon of hope and protector to the citizens of the sparkling city of Metropolis The other hides in shadows and strikes fear into the evildoers that dwell in the crime ridden Gotham City But they have in common than they realize For one, they re bThey are the World s Finest heroes, Superman and Batman, and they couldn t be different One is a bright, shinning beacon of hope and protector to the citizens of the sparkling city of Metropolis The other hides in shadows and strikes fear into the evildoers that dwell in the crime ridden Gotham City But they have in common than they realize For one, they re both orphans of a sort, one who has lost not just his parents, but his world and another who witnessed the cold blooded murder of his partents Now they must come together to battle two of the most feared villains Lex Luthor and The Joker.Originally published in the mini series WORLD S FINEST 1 3.
Superman/Batman: World's Finest Dave Gibbons Steve Rude Karl Kesel Steve Oliff Walter Simonson Bob Kahan

  • [E-Book] ↠ Superman/Batman: World's Finest | By ☆ Dave Gibbons Steve Rude Karl Kesel Steve Oliff Walter Simonson Bob Kahan
    243 Dave Gibbons Steve Rude Karl Kesel Steve Oliff Walter Simonson Bob Kahan
  • thumbnail Title: [E-Book] ↠ Superman/Batman: World's Finest | By ☆ Dave Gibbons Steve Rude Karl Kesel Steve Oliff Walter Simonson Bob Kahan
    Posted by:Dave Gibbons Steve Rude Karl Kesel Steve Oliff Walter Simonson Bob Kahan
    Published :2020-04-13T09:48:58+00:00

One thought on “Superman/Batman: World's Finest

  1. Dirk Grobbelaar

    There are those that make an argument that the two biggest superhero characters, in terms of popularity and influence, are Superman and Batman It s a good argument Although Superman wasn t strictly the first comic strip hero characters like Lee Falk s The Phantom debuted before him he was the first bona fide super hero with powers to die for He couldn t really fly in his first outings, but bounding buildings seems close enough so we ll leave it at that It s probably fair to say that almost every [...]

  2. Kuroi

    MEHHHHH.Too old for my tastes and almost comically bland.Batman saving kids in broad daylightyawn.That cheesy ending as well Sigh.

  3. Paul

    In some ways I feel like Gibbons writer dropped the ball on this one The story has too many stops and starts, with too much behind the scenes plot really hindering the surface level plot It seems an odd choice to have the book focus around two of the all time greatest villains, Lex Luthor and the Joker, BUT then have the real villain be a nasty behind the scenes guy who is fronted by a different villain who turns out to be not so bad Just that quick villain rundown is convoluted The individual c [...]

  4. Vicenç Sanz

    Superman Batman los mejores del mundo no deja de ser una curiosidad, un comic que no aporta nada nuevo al mundo de los superh roes, que se limita a remarcar lo distintos que son ellos, sus vidas, sus alter ego y sus ciudades pero lo capaces que son de llevarse bien cuando es necesario, hasta el punto de convertirse casi en amigos.Es un comic revival de una poca pasada, hecho con mucho mimo y ligeramente modernizado para los tiempos que corren Un comic interesante, divertido de leer, pero que tam [...]

  5. David

    The four main characters are reduced to shouting nu pogodi Luthor or Batman and vice versa when the other foils their plan Rather than have Superman deal with the Joker and Batman with Luthor, Superman goes to Gotham to stop Luthor and Batman goes to Metropolis to try and deal with Joker Upon finding out how Luthor is buying up properties and pushing people out of their homes, Batman is like whelp, nothing I can do about that, better head to Metropolis , as if he s not a billionaire Just a diffe [...]

  6. Rayco Cruz

    Un gran comic de principio a fin Ese estilo de dibujo, rozando lo retro Me ha encantado La historia, mezclando a Luthor con el Joker, me ha parecido interesante, pero inocentona Quiz s se le podr a haber sacado m s partido, pero a n as me ha gustado mucho Un cl sico imprescindible que establece las diferencias y similitudes entre dos h roes que son casi literalmente la noche y el d a.

  7. Bob Garrett

    The art is unquestionably a big draw pun intended of this book Steve Rude and Karl Kesel are given joint credit as illustrators, but anyone familiar with Rude s work will clearly see his heavy hand I suspect that Kesel is mainly an embellisher here, but regardless, Rude s many fans should be quite pleased Rude and Kesel give us than just a cool looking Batman and a cool looking Superman They also give us an entire world that seems fun, lively and inhabited, with background characters often in m [...]

  8. Michael

    Lex Luthor attempts to own a stake in Gotham City, and the Joker goes to Metropolis Superman goes to Metropolis to deal with Luthor and Batman goes to Metropolis to stop the Joker Some great art by Steve Rude, but for the most part, a missed opportunity This book involves Superman and Batman during a time when the two weren t especially strong friends Although the book tends to suggest the two will be working together the name of the book is taken from an old DC title that regularly partnered Ba [...]

  9. Coey

    I really enjoyed this collection It s probably not a good book for anyone new to the characters as it helps to have background knowledge on some of the villains and allies who appear if you want to fully understand what is happening It s a nice idea though Superman and Batman meet up on the same day once every year and we see their relationship changing from two vigilantes with very different approaches unable to work together to the point where they become friends as well as occasional partners [...]

  10. David Rodolfo Areyzaga Santana

    Gibbons achieved two things with this mini series one, compare and contrast Gotham s and Metropolis citizens, ethics, and architecture second, make Superman carry Batman.Joking aside, this mini series screams 90s in the best way possible It is a wonderful display of Bruce and Clark s friendship, as well as their rapport with supporting characters when they have to switch their places of work thanks to a plot between Lex Luthor and Joker The evil plan by Luthor is excessively convoluted, and Joke [...]

  11. David Palazzolo

    Steve Rude beautifully illustrates this story from the early days of the Batman Superman team At the center of it all lies the fate of a new orphanage, an orphanage that serves to remind us that in addition to costumes and a strong desire for justice a curious link between our heroes is that they are both orphans themselves The theme of orphans falls on two of our principal villains as well Lex Luthor and Oliver Monks Unfortunately, the Joker s orphan status to coin a phrase remains unknown beca [...]

  12. Acton Northrop

    The plot doesn t make a lick of sense it takes Superman and Batman 3 issues to deal with a crooked orphanage owner and The Joker s pie based traps but damned if this isn t one of the loveliest looking superhero books ever printed Steve Rude does amazing work here on the body language and settings of the heroes, from Bruce Wayne s rock star demeanor with Jimmy Olson at breakfast, to Batman dejectedly crouching while talking to Jim Gordon to Clark Kent staring pensively out the window on New Year [...]

  13. Gavin

    This wasn t really all that good a story least I didn t think so The Batman Superman team up should always be good, and this felt forced, and almost like a G MovieBatman and Superman team up to investigate Luthor and Joker working together yes, but to scam orphanages Boring Also the artist doesn t do either Bats or Supes well I was rather disappointed by art and story Don t waste your time.

  14. Gayle Francis Moffet

    It s fine I can t put my finger on why I felt it was off balance, but the whole thing read like someone screamed GIVE ME FIFTEEN FEET OF TEAM UP STAT, and then this book happened.But that s just a feeling I can t quite explain fully, and it s not a bad story Joker and Luthor switch towns to fuck shit up , and both Bruce and Clark are well balanced as characters, but something didn t gel for me.

  15. Matej

    Superman Batman World s Finest collects three double sized comics that feature two of the most popular superheros and their most famous villains from DC Comics.The story is pretty predictable, at times silly, and not that original.The art is mostly good, with a few bad panels that feature deformed and barely recognizable faces or unnatural poses and expressions.Overall, a forgettable read that could have been much better.

  16. Daniel Etherington

    Two and a half stars Right in the middle There is no real middle out of five, it s frustrating Rude s vintage inspired artwork is nice, and the overall story is okay, but I found the story not entirely compelling, and also found the whole Superman basically a god Batman basically a very skilled rich bloke side by side thing frequently troublesome Make no mistake, Gibbons knows how to put a comic together, he can write and plot, but I reckon I still prefer him as an artist.

  17. Dovile

    The story is well written and interesting, and the art is especially good too, except that Batman and Superman look like their versions from TV series, not from post Crisis comics, though the story is set sometime after the events of Batman The Killing Joke Also, the coloring could have been somewhat less bright in some scenes Definitely worth to read.

  18. Ippino

    Trama sceneggiata in modo leggermente confusionario, non troppo scorrevole.E comunque una bella storia da leggere, con atmosfere e disegni che richiamano la Golden Age.Una stella in pi proprio per questo motivo.

  19. Scott

    I m surprised that people are so critical of this mini series This is the quintessential Superman Batman partnership Flaws are miniscule and forgivable The Dude s detail work is exemplary and Gibbons storyline is too.

  20. La Revistería Comics

    Lo m s mejor de los m s mejores del mundo, en lujosa tapa dura grandota en castellano o en pr ctica tapa blanda est ndar en ingl s.

  21. Psycho

    I feel it could have been much better Any Batman Superman combination has much potential, but not in this one.

  22. Nuno Vargas

    Although the art was a highlight, I really couldn t get my head around the script Sure, funny word play and some good ideas, but it was just not very interesting.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *