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  • Title: Superman/Batman, Vol. 4: Vengeance
  • Author: Jeph Loeb Ed McGuinness Dexter Vines
  • ISBN: 9781401209216
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Hardcover

  • In the fourth volume of this popular series, the heroes face a new challenge The Maximums, a group of super heroes tied closely to the U.S Government Someone has killed one of their team, and Batman s and Superman s names are at the top of the list of suspects.
    Jeph Loeb Ed McGuinness Dexter Vines
    Joseph Jeph Loeb III is an Emmy and WGA nominated American film and television writer, producer and award winning comic book writer Loeb was a Co Executive Producer on the NBC hit show Heroes, and formerly a producer writer on the TV series Smallville and Lost.A four time Eisner Award winner and five time Wizard Fan Awards winner see below , Loeb s comic book career includes work on many major characters, including Spider Man, Batman, Superman, Hulk, Captain America, Cable, Iron Man, Daredevil, Supergirl, the Avengers, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, much of which he has produced in collaboration with artist Tim Sale, who provides the comic art seen on Heroes.


    Commentaires:

    Cheese
    God damn awful. What the shit is this? I've no idea what just happened. Batzarro!? Riiiiiiiight.

    Martin
    Aaaaand here we go again with a story aimed at twelve-year olds The main beef I had with Jeph Loeb's Superman/Batman, Vol. 1: Public Enemies is the same I have with this book, except this time you factor in the reality-hopping of Superman/Batman, Vol. 3: Absolute Power and you get what is arguably a big mess of a story (?) with thinly-veiled copies of characters from the Marvel Universe and some opposite-sex versions of DCU characters. By far the best part of this story arc (not counting Ed McGu [...]

    Jerry Daniels
    Here is another reminder that if you want to tell a story, keep it simple and logical enough to follow. In this latest volume of the Superman and Batman adventure, super villains from parallel worlds hunt the superheroes to avenge the murder of a colleague. Simultaneously, the duo seem to be out looking for who murdered Lois Lane, and all involved in the complex and complicated story cross into many different worlds where reader are introduced to other versions of Batman and Superman which makes [...]

    orton41290
    Superman/Batman: Vengeance may be he fourth volume in the series, but the story is easily self-contained, kind of. My monthly Comic Bento box brought me volume 4 and I hadn't read any of the other installments yet, so I was a little apprehensive. Beyond some vague Darksied event that I hadn't read, nothing really necessitated any background knowledge to get the main story. We open with Superman and Batman in an alternate universe fighting the Maximums. After killing one of the Maximums, Superman [...]

    Sam Los Libros Son Mi Mundo
    Batzarro y Bizarro n°1 ♥

    Romulus
    Denna fabuła będąca kwintesencją przesady. Jedna gwiazdka za rysunki.

    Abdullah
    One of the worst comics I've read in a while, confusing, anti climatic, batzaro!! what the hell!

    Trekscribbler
    Don't get me wrong: Jeph Loeb, chief writer on DC's terrific "Superman/Batman" series, has done outstanding work with these two players -- the rock solid foundation of the DC Universe but VENGEANCE -- by its bitter anticlimax -- feels very much like a conglomeration of ideas instead of one masterful story from start to finish. Loeb begins with a Super-opening: Superman and Batman appear from a Boom Tube (don't ask, you've just gotta know what one is to really appreciate what happens here)and ki [...]

    Robert
    This arc is a zany romp through some crazy ideas. It is Superman and Batman vs. the Avengers but a super awesome DC redesign of the Avengers combined with an alternate universe cavalcade of else-world Batmen and Supermen. If that sounds like a lot is going on - you're not wrong! The arc starts with an evil Superman and Batman jumping through a BoomTube into the world of the Maximums (this, hilariously is never explained). The Maximums are an Avengers tribute? There is Soldier, the Captain Americ [...]

    Tarique Ejaz
    I am reading such a complex and at the same time interesting story arc involving the two major characters of the DC Universe after such a long time."I am Vengeance. I won't stop till both of you are dead."The 5th-Dimensional Imp and the Joker come together to create havoc in the lives of the Boy Scout and the Dark Knight. The concept of parallel universe and alternate timelines that DC manages to employ in their stories comes into play magnificently in this epic saga. The past and branched off t [...]

    M
    The fourth volume of the Superman/Batman series takes readers on a twisted tour of the DC multiverse. A pastiche of Marvel's Avengers encounters the evil Batman and Superman from a previous volume, who proceed to murder one of the team members before vanishing. These Maximums journey to the main universe in their search for vengeance, throwing down with the World's Finest duo. The battle is joined by the ever-odd Bizarro and the new threat of Batzarro, who seek to rescue their counterparts. This [...]

    Dovile
    Don't read this, if you're a new reader to DC universe, because the story will likely be completely confusing. Even if you're quite familiar with DCU, the story is mind-twisting and jumping still all over the place (sort of 'Emperor Joker' in a 'Crisis on Infinite Earths'). Also, I personally dislike Ed McGuiness' cartoony pencils in Superman or Batman stories, so this made me like this story even less. Before you read 'Vengeance', to understand what's going on, I would recommend reading Superma [...]

    Kara
    This was the worst trade out of all the comics in this arc. My first complaint is that Bizarro speak is hard to understand. I spent half my time reading this book trying to decipher what the heck Bizarro and Batzarro were trying to say. It detracted from the entire storyline. I have yet to figure out what role Bizarro and Batzarro played in this portion of the arc. I had to ask a friend for a brief synopsis at the end of every section, because I couldn't follow the story line at all. Even though [...]

    Roberto Diaz
    A beautifuly drawn book written by Joeph Loeb before completely going over Marvel Comics, that looking back at it it's more of an Avengers' pitch than anything, it also works as a satire and commentary on the difference between the heroes of the "House of Ideas" vs the Last Kryptonian and the Dark Knight.The problem with this book is that you have to know what went down in Loeb's run beforehand, and also about de Infinite Crisis build-up that links to this story. Also, you have to be familiar wi [...]

    Sean
    Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness always deliver this kind of high octane, over the top, action movie-like adventure. This trade is the same kind of thing but sadly this collection was a little harder to get a grip on. First there was Bizarro and all his speak. In little doses its clever. Here it was way too much. Secondly the vast number of characters, especially new ones was overwhelming. I understand that readers are in the dark almost as much as the main characters but this wasn't easy to get into [...]

    Natlyn
    Loeb's last story arc for Superman/Batman is as muddled as DC continuity has become. It could in fact be a meta statement on the current depiction of DC continuity. Some things the dystopic Supes and Bats did in an alternate universe come home to roost; Bizarro #1 and Batzarro are featured; and there are more alternate universe Supes and Bats than you can keep track of. It all turns out to be because of shenanigans (read with distaste, please). Vengeance shows Loeb's trademark understanding of w [...]

    Chris
    I didn't know anything about this novel when I started. It was just Superman and Batman on an adventure. Then it quickly turned into a crazy unexpected fun story with tons of characters, bizzaros, and even some somewhat not so subtle plays on Marvel characters. Even the twist of what's driving the chaos played perfectly into the seemingly erratic travel between worlds and character cameos. I thought this was going to be bearable at best and likely a flop or let down. I can say for sure not only [...]

    Angeluismanzueta
    The justice league heroes are in charge but till the maximums another league of heroes come they are in control they must now try to execute superman and batman for a crime they never did. i could relate this to superman batman vol.3 because this is a sequel and have the same story they are still being hunted by the maximums for a crime they did not do and have been accused of killing their own teamates.i would give this book 5 stars. because it is thrilling and full of action. i would also recc [...]

    Polly
    I find a lot of adult superhero comics very confusing, and this is one of them. I realize it's volume 4, which probably doesn't help, but it's one of those comics where the order of panels on the page is sometimes very unclear, and I resent that after the third or fourth time I've read things in the wrong order. I read this only to confirm that it shouldn't be in the children's section--not that there's anything that's actually going to hurt anyone, but it belongs where its intended audience, ad [...]

    John
    I heaped much praise on the second volume of this series, "Superman/Batman: Supergirl," saying it was an example of how to do a super team-up book correctly. I was optimistic for this volume, but no, this is everything I hate about these types of stories. It's ridiculously chaotic, overstuffed with too many characters who serve little or no purpose, and basically it's just one big fight spread over multiple issues. Also the Bizarro and Batzarro characters made my head hurt. And the story's resol [...]

    Feather Mista
    El genial Ed McGinness sigue dando cátedra de dibujo original, dinámico y entretenido y Jeph Loeb de guiones tontos, críticas chatas y vueltas de tuerca predecibles o ausencia de las mismas. Lamentablemente, a diferencia de otros casos en los que voto comics a favor de un buen dibujo, esta vez me parece que la historia es tan tonta que no importa qué tan bien la dibuje Ed, sigue sin resultar para nada destacable. Leído en la edición en revista de Sticker Design.

    Vivek
    I loved the first two arcs of the Superman/Batman series - they were superb. The first of those, "Public Enemies", was made by the same team that created this, but its hard to believe by reading it. Loeb weaves a ridiculous plot that doesn't really do anything except introduce a variety of characters into an absurd storyline. The only redeeming feature of this whole thing is the artwork by McGuiness, which was excellent as usual. But it doesn't make it worth wasting the time to read it.

    Steve
    Really enjoyed Vol. 3 (Absolute Power) but this one not so much. I know this art style, whatever it's called, is in vogue now but I find it pretty distracting. Can't tell what's going on. As in, the panels are so tight on the figures that I can't tell which body part belongs to who. Is that just me? Find it makes for a frustrating read. Not to mention that reading Bizarro characters is likewise frustrating. It just distracts from the story. Maybe another volume will be better.

    Timothy
    This book was a bit confusing but had a cool story to it. It was confusing because there so many things happening at the same time. Like there is part of the book where there's is an alternate universe and instead of superman it's superwoman and batwoman instead of batman. Then towards the end some how there is many versions of batman and superman and batman from different universes. Overall it's a decent book if u ask me.

    James Kuczun
    So, I really need to do a little more research when I go to the library to pick up books. Story and art were great. But the references to events that happened in the past got a little confusing. Not to mention all the extra characters. I also think there could have been a little more play between the two major forces in the story. Overall, nice book, and I will certainly be going back and finding the volumes that came before, and possibly be reading this again.

    Erin
    Call me crazy, but this was my favorite of the set so far. I really enjoyed the reveal of who's pulling the strings, as well as the inclusion of Bizzaro #1 and Batzarro. This was a neat exercise in familiar yet different supers (mock Avengers, anyone?), and how easy it is to set events in motion to cause havoc if you've got certain talents. Excellent work, and the art is fantastic.

    Chris LaMay-West
    Superman and Batman versus an ersatz Ultimate Avengers! As if that wasn't enough, Bizarro, Batzarro, and alternate Supermans and Batmans galore. Good clean comics fun of the kind only DC can deliver. You can find the rest of my review here:chris-west/2011/1

    Mark
    Superman and Batman team up to unravel a mystery involving alternative realities. Crisp, clean illustrations. A standard story which loses its way but with lots of interesting guest stars.NotesBizarro, Batzarro and other odd characters make an appearance.Learning CurveHigh: new readers will likely be confused by large a cast of alternative characters.

    Jennifer
    Not a big fan of this one. I liked the first and third in this series best but this one I just couldn't get into.Bizarro was ridiculous in this book. I know he's supposed to be well bizarre but I've never had so much trouble trying to understand what he was saying. And it really wasn't worth it.

    Steve
    Awful. What starts out as a pretty good mistaken identity revenge plot is turned inside out and thenit ends without a real climax, and without any real resolution. everyone just goes back home. The end. Its as bad as it sounds. Some of the new characters are cool, and the jailbreak scene is nice, but not enough for this wayward and lame storyline.

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