I first got into Superman when, as a child, I lived in a desert town with no TV and, once a month, we’d go to the largest city in our area to get provisions. There was a half-price comic book store and I would find ‘70’s and ‘80’s Bronze age books for 15 cents apiece, purchasing as many as I could to make the month until I got back bearable. DC comics always had a more powerful tone to me and I would try to buy comics that I could find in as sequential an order as possible. Superman books were some of the more intriguing (second only to Flash, in my mind) because he was so powerful, that the w
After witnessing the death and destruction that took place during the battle between Superman and General Zod, Bruce Wayne becomes very suspicious of the red-caped crusader. Can Superman really be trusted? What if he turned on the human race? Who would stand up against him? And what can Clark Kent make of the Batman of Gotham? Clark investigates the Bat’s form of justice and wonders who will put this vigilante in his place. Two worlds collide while their true enemy watches with delight.