Batman Beyond Unlimited #3

Writer: Adam Beechen Artist: Norm Breyfogle Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 18, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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In the debut of SUPERMAN BEYOND, The Man of Tomorrow returns home to an unfamiliar City of Tomorrow patrolled by super-powered police officers. With most of his loved ones gone, he wonders if Superman has a place in this new world. But time and death hold no meaning for a foe who has set a plan in motion to destroy the Man of Steel once and for all!In BATMAN BEYOND, Russian criminals have taken Mad Stan's dog and Stan will stop at nothing to get them, even if it means blowing up all of Gotham City in the process. As if Terry doesn't have enough to handle, his girlfriend comes to him with shocking news about her brother.In JUSTICE LEAGUE BEYON more

  • 10
    Fanboy Buzz - TommyZimmer Apr 19, 2012

    The final team of Nguyen and Fridolfs deliver another solid episode. The two writer/artists do a solid job with the characters and the arc they are trying to tell. Again, as with the previous issue, their narrative plot structure bothers me. I love what they are trying to tell but their execution does not compare well with the writing skills of Beechen and Krul. As professional writer with more experience, they do not have that handicap. However, it is quite apparent here. However, needless to say that beyond that, the writing is pretty solid and the art is top notch. I can never complain about it. The only thing I will point out again is plot structure. They need to structure the story better to compete with the professional writers they are attached to. Otherwise, solid all in all, and I look forward to seeing what happens next issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Batman-News - Andrew Asberry Apr 19, 2012

    Overall: I don't feel like I wasted my money on this book. There was plenty of content and I enjoyed reading most of it, but it's clear that “Batman Beyond” is weighing the quality of this comic down. “Superman Beyond” has a lot of potential and up until this point, “Justice League Beyond” has been very fun and exciting, it's just that this is a breather/filler issue for an otherwise thrilling series. I sincerely hope that the other members of the Justice League get their own story like Superman did, too. This is easily one of the most fun DC titles out there right now, but “Batman Beyond” desperately needs to up its game. Read Full Review

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