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Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Fearing that the actions of Superman are left unchecked, Batman takes on the Man of Steel, while the world wrestles with what kind of a hero it really needs.
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Edit Did You Know? Goofs When Batman removes his mask in the cave after the Batmobile chase, his eye make-up is gone. Similarly after Superman removes Batman's mask in the Knightmare scene the eye make-up is also not present.
However, eye make-up has always been used to make Batman's eyes look dark in film adaptations since Batman to make the costume look like it is in the comics and have never shown Bruce Wayne actually wearing the make-up after he takes the mask off.
Quotes [ first lines ] Batman : There was a time above But things fall And what falls Superman retrieves the staff, but is trapped in the Source Wall as a result.
Batman and Bekka take advantage of DeSaad's attempted betrayal of Darkseid to steal the staff and bring back Superman. Superman, Batman and Bekka return to Earth, bringing Scarecrow with them.
Bekka is retrieved by Orion, and is later seen being killed by a shadowy assailant. The team of Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning filled in for issue 43, and later wrote off of scripts from Mike Johnson for issues 57— In "Darklight" issue 43, illustrated by Mike McKone , Doctor Light infiltrates a dark matter fuel experiment on a Waynetech satellite, by creating solidgram versions of the original Teen Titans to distract the guards.
He then uses the experiment's Kryptonian processor to enter the Fortress of Solitude. While Superman battles the Titan solidgrams, Batman manages to head off and defeat Light by trapping him in a Dark Matter crystal.
Light is later freed by Lex Luthor, who wants him to join his new Injustice League. In "Nanopolis" issues 57—59 , the Prankster tricks Superman and shrinks him to microscopic size.
Batman must find him and return him to normal size. Before returning to normal, the two heroes must rescue the microscopic civilization whose existence has been inadvertently endangered by the Prankster.
As of issue 46, Mike Johnson joined with Michael Green to continue the series; issue 44 was the beginning of the new run.
They are the first writers to hold regular roles on this series since Jeph Loeb. In "K" issues , illustrated by Shane Davis , Superman and Batman began a mission to collect and rid the Earth of every piece of Kryptonite, a substance lethal to Superman, which has been in great abundance since Kara's arrival earlier in this series.
Along the way, Batman and Superman receive a lot of support from other heroes, including Firestorm , looking for membership in the JLA.
They surprisingly also encounter some resistance, especially from the new Aquaman. This story also includes the reveal of two new variations of Kryptonite that have been also enhanced by a magical charm.
One causes Superman to feel like a child and carefree for the day, which also has implications of a drug-like effect, while the second restores him to normal.
As they continue to search, they encounter the Last Line, a team run by Amanda Waller and a new Kryptonite-powered version of Doomsday created by Waller.
In the end, Superman decides to give Batman the last piece of Kryptonite, because he feels he needs his weakness to be human and also in case he goes rogue.
After he flies away, the Caped Crusader retreats to the Batcave, where it is revealed that a sample of each Kryptonite variation, along with large chunks of green Kryptonite, are still kept there.
In "The Fathers" issue 50 , while rebuilding Smallville following the events of "K", Superman and Batman uncover a piece of Kryptonian technology that reveals that Jor-El came in contact with Thomas Wayne while searching for an appropriate planet to serve as baby Kal-El's new home.
These Lil' Leaguers are childlike versions of the heroes and have similar powers. They face off against the Lil' Villains, and learn the harsh truth that the world is a very dangerous place when Lil' Superman is killed by a Father Box-enhanced Lil' Doomsday.
Superman meanwhile, tries to lead a normal life as a husband and journalist. Their allies realized that the power switch has a psychological side effect to both men, as Batman's behavior becomes increasingly aggressive and Superman himself becomes emotionally depressed despite living the life he has always wanted, realizing that the transfer was the result of a curse that would give each man what they had always wanted, while simultaneously rendering them incapable of using it properly.
In "Mash-Up" issues 60—61 , Superman and Batman meet the Justice Titans in Gothamopolis and together they must take down the city's worst villains.
Francis Manapul is on covers and interiors for this two-parter. In "Sidekicked" issue 62, illustrated by Rafael Albuquerque , Supergirl and Robin Tim Drake reminisce about their first mission as a team: a hostage crisis at Arkham Asylum.
In "Night and Day" issue 63, illustrated by Rafael Albuquerque , Superman is forced to flee Earth when Gorilla Grodd succeeds in filling the planet's atmosphere with Kryptonite.
Subsequently, Grodd conquers Earth, having used his mental abilities to control the minds of every remaining inhabitant of the planet except Batman, who resists using his mental discipline.
This is broken when Alfred Pennyworth dies enabling Grodd to capture him. At Batman's execution Superman returns, now immune to the artificial Kryptonite released by Grodd thanks to Batman, and defeats the villain.
However, this entire scenario is revealad to be a simulation created in the Batcomputer. So far, Joe Kelly 's work on the series has been exclusive to two Annual s.
Both released stories have been reinterpretations of stories originally published during the Silver Age. Along the way, they encounter Deathstroke the Terminator Slade Wilson , as well as the Crime Syndicate from the Antimatter Universe, which is made up of evil duplicates of the heroes.
An alternate, unnamed version of Deathstroke also appears, characterized very similarly to Marvel Comics' Deadpool.
During the course of the adventure, Superman and Batman discover each other's secret identities and agree to work together, even though they disagree with each other's methods of operating.
The issue is a reimagining of "The Mightiest Team In the World", the tale from Superman 76 May—June in which the two heroes discover each other's secret identities and team up for the first time.
In "The Unexamined Life This story takes place early in the career of the original Robin and depicts his first meeting with Superman.
So far, Len Wein 's work has been exclusive to the third installment of the Annual s. This annual follows the trend set by Joe Kelly's work, reimagining another Silver Age tale.
In "Prelude to the Big Noise" issue 64 , Batman discovers information on Superman's Kryptonian origins that place the two in danger unless Superman is willing to sacrifice himself.
However, Casey's original scripts were devoid of references to the crossovers, scrapping the plan for future stories in the intended vein.
This is revealed as an induced dream created by the Scarecrow who had captured them, but Batman is able to free himself and defeat the villain.
In addition, this issue featured an all-star lineup, including Steven T. Krul , and David Finch. Judd Winick wrote "The Brave and the Bold" issue Following Bruce Wayne's death during Final Crisis , Superman has trouble coping with his friend's death, even informing Dick Grayson that he is essentially wearing Bruce's skin by dressing as Batman, but a conversation with Wonder Woman allows Clark to accept what has happened to his friend and acknowledge Grayson as the new Batman.
Joshua Williamson wrote "Fright Night" issue After a shallow grave is discovered in Metropolis, Supergirl tries to get the help of Batman to investigate, but ends up only finding the current Robin Damian Wayne , Even not doing well, they discover that the victims are killed by a sudden heart attack and all of them are employers of LexCorp.
While infiltrating a party with another members, Supergirl finds the culprit to be The Scarecrow who wants revenge on Lex Luthor since the latter stole his Sinestro Corps power ring from him.
He then uses a concentrated version of the fear gas to make Supergirl hallucinate, but Robin manages to calm her down and the duo arrest Scarecrow.
Chris Roberson wrote "Worlds' Finest" issues 79— Coming directly from the DC One Million storyline, Epoch The Lord of Time arrives in the rd century trying to conquering it and is quickly subdued by the Superman and Batman versions of that time.
However, he reveals this all to be just a plan to get access to the Batcave and a powerful armor he uses to trap One Million Superman and Batman in an eternal time loop before going back and ends up battling Superman, Batman and Robin from the 21st century.
Epoch again gains the upper hand by trapping the three inside an impenetrable barrier, but the heroes free themselves using their science skills as Superman breaks his time travel device, sending the villain randomly through time back to the rd century, where he is finally arrested by the Superman and Batman from that time.
Cullen Bunn wrote "Sorcerer Kings" issues 81— Phantom Stranger warns the Shadowpact about an upcoming magical threat. When they get to the appointed location, dozens of demons arise, followed by a silver-armored knight who fights them; after he is killed, the knight is revealed to be Superman.
When the real Superman is informed, an alternative Batman appears and abducts him; meanwhile, the real Batman is working together with Detective Chimp , Doctor Occult and Klarion the Witch Boy to find the demons' source.
The strange Batman takes Superman to his world of origin-a possible future where the world was cursed in a spell summoned by the Coven, a group composed of Felix Faust , Morgan Le Fey , Brother Blood and Blackbriar Thorn.
The future Batman reveals that the Coven plan to send a powerful monster through time to assure their victory in the past.
Supergirl and Batman Dick Grayson are trapped on the Justice League satellite with the Cyborg Superman and Doomsday, who are attempting to tear each other apart, and ends with Doomsday beating and taking both Supergirl and the Cyborg.
Joshua Hale Fialkov wrote "The Secret" issues 85— When the body of Garret Remington, a young journalist and friend of Perry White , is found in Metropolis, Clark Kent is assigned to the story.
Somehow, Remington discovered Gotham City's greatest mystery: the identity of Batman. Batman warns Clark to stay away, especially after Clark finds Garret's original clue, a Batgadget with a Wayne Enterprises serial number that was left on by an inexperienced Batman.
Batman's own investigation reveals the murder culprit to be the Joker , who attacks Clark for continuing Garret's story.
Batman intervenes to protect Clark's secret identity. After apprehending Joker, Superman and Batman confront Martin Mayne, Garret Remington's boss, with the knowledge that he is the one who gave the tip to Joker in order to increase his newspaper's sales.
Although the duo do not have enough evidence for a conviction, they reveal that Bruce Wayne had bought the journal and fired him.
The series ends with a frank discussion between Batman and Superman about their respective roles as heroes.
The series was originally written by Greg Pak and illustrated by Jae Lee. Artwork for issues 5—7 was done by Brent Booth. Artwork for issues 8—9 and 12—15 was done by Jae Lee.
Artwork for issues and 26 was done by Ardian Syaf. Artwork for issue 25 was done by Cliff Richards. Marvel 1 and Batman were ranked 1st and 2nd, respectively, for that period.
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