Superman/Batman #7

Writer: Jeph Loeb Artist: Pat Lee Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 3, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
3.0Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

Robin and Superboy take the spotlight in this special issue! The pair deals with the recent shocking revelations about Superboy's true origins. Will they let their mentors know if they survive the fight with the upgraded Metallo?

  • 3.0
    Comics Bulletin - Iain Burnside Mar 5, 2004

    It's not all bad. As with Chuck Austen's Uncanny X-Men it is not a truly repulsive comic as there are decent ideas there and the occasional really memorable insights, it's just that they are horribly played out. It is more frustrating for the reader than anything else. Some of the dialogue between the superheroes and their proteges is cracking, yet again falls flat. It isn't quite natural for them and comes across as a cheap Bendis impression. Still, the "No sign" scene had me chuckling. All in all, I guess I really should drop this title. But then the next arc features the new Supergirl, which shall probably be one of the main parts of the upcoming DCU make-over, and artwork by Michael Turner. Maybe it'll get better! Man, am I living in denial or what... Read Full Review

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