Superman/Batman Annual #1
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Superman/Batman Annual #1

4.0Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

How did Superman and Batman discover each other's secret identities? Why was Deathstroke after Bruce Wayne on one of his earliest assignments? How do Ultraman and Owlman fit into this? And why are they all on a cruise into the Bermuda Triangle?

The answers will shock and amaze in this far-out reimagining of one of the first meetings between the Man of Steel and the Caped Crusader!

  • 6.0
    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Oct 30, 2006

    Also ridiculous is the fact that Kelly uses a DC comic to return to a Marvel character that helped establish his reputation in the super-hero comics. It's clear that Deathstroke's other-dimensional counterpart in this story is meant to be the nigh-immortal and annoying Deadpool, and it makes perfect sense. Deathstroke is Slade Wilson. Deadpool is Wade Wilson. Both are mercenaries without equal, both enhanced in some way. One is a cold, calculating, professional killer. One is a wise-cracking, scene-stealing doofus. It's a bonus for fans of the super-hero genre who've read some of Kelly's earlier work, but newer readers needn't know that stuff in order to enjoy the story and the juxtapositions of Wilsons. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin T. Brown Oct 30, 2006

    Look, this story is just flat out bad. B-A-D, BAD. Kelly really outdoes himself. No, really, he does. When I figure out what he was trying to do, I'll let you know and then I can tell you what he was trying to outdo. For now, ignore this book. Save yourself $3.99. Read Full Review

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