Batman/Superman

Batman/Superman

Volume 3, Second Chance

eBook - 2015
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Batman and Superman: the two greatest heroes the world has ever known. Surely, together, there's no menace they can't face. A microscopic planet so small it can float in a person's veins. A Doomsday-infected Superman. A time-traveling chaos demon. The onslaught of threats is putting the pressure on the world's finest. But when a rescue mission goes wrong, both heroes awake as blank slates, all memory erased. Now Gotham City is faced with a Superman without his moral compass and a Batman without his vendetta. Without the two super heroes to rely on, who remains to remind them who they truly are? In BATMAN/SUPERMAN: SECOND CHANCE, acclaimed writer Greg Pak (ACTION COMICS) and a bevy of comics' best artists including Jae Lee, Karl Kerschl, Marc Deering and Diogenes Neves set Batman and Superman on a collision course...but will either hero emerge unscathed?
Publisher: [United States] : DC Comics : Made available through hoopla, 2015.
ISBN: 9781401259501
1401259502
Branch Call Number: eComic hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Alternative Title: 2nd chance

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Keogh
Nov 02, 2016

This collects several issues of the series, the first half of which are not as connected to the second half. It's the second half that works best, as a villain renders both heroes as amnesiacs, and the writer renders them both trying to figure out their places in the world, with two different women leading them down different paths. Batman's journey is particularly effective in that respect. There's more than one artist involved in all this, and Jae Lee, who does a fair bit of it, has a moody style that might come across in not the right way to some readers.

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danomcd
Oct 09, 2015

Sadly the drawing in this graphic novel was so bad that it was distracting from the story. How they drew Superman made him look overweight and often he had ridiculous expressions on his face.

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duane767
Sep 26, 2015

The first three (?) stories in this volume were non memorable messes, but the last three story arc was amazing. It showed Batman in a light I don't think I've seen him in. Greg Pak does good again. Btw, if you are a Greg Pak fan, you should read World War Hulk. He has a penchant for making his characters say what you think they should say in given situations.

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