Superman/Batman #9

Superman/Batman #9

Writer: Jeph Loeb Artist: Michael Turner Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 14, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1
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The mysterious girl trapped inside the Kryptonite meteor that fell to Earth is taken to the Fortress of Solitude, where Superman and Batman try to teach her to fit into our society and she learns to beware of Superdog. On Apokolips, someone else has plans for her, as do the Amazons!

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    Comics Bulletin - James Redington Apr 25, 2004

    I have a feeling this arc will make a good TPB when its complete, if I had the staying power I would wait and read it all at once. The issue is good, but it didnt really have the flare and excitement of the 1st part. As mentioned I really hope this is the real Supergirl, Loeb has said its the introduction of someone new into Supermans life, but I hope he means for good and not another villain. For all those purists who shout Superman has to be the last of his kind, I say as long as he remains The last SON of Krypton I dont mind the introduction of his cousin (I think Supergirl could be very positive for any young female readers). I wouldnt even mind not being the last son if they found a way to return the real ZOD and not the rubbish we have had recently in Action Comics (it had potential, but was ruined by being revealed as a Russian lookalike). Anyway, enough ranting - Buy this issue! Read Full Review

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