Nice reviews for “Batman/Superman” #3


“Batman/Superman” #3, written by yours truly with art by Jae Lee and Yildiray Cinar, has gotten a bunch of very nice reviews. Read on for a few excerpts. And feel free to ask your local shop to hold you a copy or buy the book digitally at Comixology today!

Thanks to everyone who’s been reading and writing about the series! And thanks again to Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, who’s wonderful “When Clark Met Bruce” short story inspired the flashback sequences in this issue.

“If I had to sum up Batman Superman #3 in one word, it would be ‘otherworldly’, though words like sharp, vivid, imaginative, and (just plain) good are appropriate as well.”

— Jonah Lang, Broken Frontier

“I don’t know how Greg Pak knew that this was exactly what I wanted, or that, even for a jaded, frankly awful, cynical person like myself, it could crack my exterior, and give me the scene I most enjoyed reading all week, even though it should be incredible sentimental, but he made it work.”

— Josh Flanagan, iFanboy’s Pick of the Week

“This is a series you just become immersed in and nothing else matters. I can’t wait for the next issue.”

–Tony “G-Man” Guerrero, ComicVine

“… the entire creative team deserves a lot of credit for taking risks and creating an unpredictable and distinctive look at two of the DCU’s most important superheroes.”

–Jennifer Cheng, Comic Book Resources

“Buy this book.  This month’s issue gives us a delightfully fun and exciting exploration of the friendship between two of the world’s most iconic superheroes.   Batman/Superman is an impressive offering, doling out plenty of humor, heart and heroics.”

— Patrick Brennan,Taking Comic Books

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