Batman/Superman Volume 8: Finest Worlds Review


Batman / Superman Volume 8: Finest Worlds

By Michael Green, Mike Johnson, Rags Morales (Illustrator), Rafael Albuquerque (Illustrator)

Worlds Finest collects issues #50 – #56.

I feel like this is the type of graphic novel storyline that I have enjoyed the most. We follow both Batman and Superman over 3 different storylines that were all equally as enjoyable and informative about their characters.

The first story is around Bruce Wayne and Jor-El and how they met a few months before Kal-El and Bruce Wayne were born. I found this very interesting the Superman and Batman were semi destined to know each other and it added a nice depth to both them and their fathers.

The second story was when miniature version of the Justice League make there way into the universe. I found it very funny as to how each character interacted with a mini version of themselves and made them realise how fortunate they are to be themselves.

The third story is the most interesting, with Batman somehow managing to steal Superman powers! How this third story plays out was a tad predictable for me as I somehow understood how Batman would approach it and thus continue on, but none the less I was at times pleasantly surprised by how enjoyable and relatable aspects of this story was.


Have you read Batman / Superman Volume 8: Finest Worlds? Do you agree with my review? Let me know your opinion in the comments below!

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