Superman/Batman, Vol. 12: Sorcerer Kings

Superman Batman Vol Sorcerer Kings Writer Cullen Bunn The Sixth Gun and artist ChrisCross FIRESTORM launch Superman and Batman on an utterly epic journey one that will leave no corner of the DCU untouched When Superman mysteriously van

  • Title: Superman/Batman, Vol. 12: Sorcerer Kings
  • Author: Cullen Bunn Joe Kelly Chris Roberson ChrisCross Jesús Merino Brett Booth Ed Benes Various
  • ISBN: 9781401232665
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Writer Cullen Bunn The Sixth Gun and artist ChrisCross FIRESTORM launch Superman and Batman on an utterly epic journey one that will leave no corner of the DCU untouched When Superman mysteriously vanishes from Earth, Batman must call upon some of the DCU s top mystics such as Dr Occult to get some answers Meanwhile, The Man of Steel finds himself fighting side by Writer Cullen Bunn The Sixth Gun and artist ChrisCross FIRESTORM launch Superman and Batman on an utterly epic journey one that will leave no corner of the DCU untouched When Superman mysteriously vanishes from Earth, Batman must call upon some of the DCU s top mystics such as Dr Occult to get some answers Meanwhile, The Man of Steel finds himself fighting side by side with a strange Batman against a horde of Solomon Grundies And just what is the sun doing to his powers Batman, Doctor Occult, Detective Chimp and Klarion the Witchboy must face a magical Armageddon in the present as Superman is taken to meet the future Justice League at the Hall of Doom How did things go so wrong and can anything be done to stop it Collecting SUPERMAN BATMAN 78 84.

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    1 thought on “Superman/Batman, Vol. 12: Sorcerer Kings”

    1. Without a doubt, the weakest of all the books in this series. It's a story that takes place in a time paradox that is the future but might not be but has to be because the time cannot be changed and yet it is. Yeah, it's that confusing.

    2. While the team-up stories contained herein aren't terribly good in themselves, their use of stuff like Klarion the Witch Boy, Detective Chimp and the 853rd millennium world of DC One Million is a reminder of the beautiful *complexity* of the ornate DC Universe before Flashpoint and the New 52 dumbed it all down.

    3. Not quite the World's Finest, but it was worth it to hear the Batman utter the immortal words "So long as there is crime in the streets, I have no time for nooky."You had to be there.

    4. Kind of a convoluted clusterf**k of a book! Batmen and Supermen from various realities and futures just kept jumping back and forth all throughout the book, it made for a big hot mess! The book had a very 80's type feel to it and the art represented that as well.

    5. I should begin by disclosing how I am a huge fan of this series, I have been since the first issue by the fan favorite (at least this fan's) team of Loeb and McGuinness delivered the first issue onto the comic shop stands.I followed the series until they left, and then got back into it as my local library has copies of some of the collections. The general conceit of the series is to tell alternate world stories, or stories that are free from the constantly structured continuity of the Superman a [...]

    6. A mediocre end to a mediocre series, this time Superman and Batman find themselves hopping through time and dimensions to thwart an evil we really don't have any investment in, with a lame climax and terrible dialogue."Say hello to my little friend!" and "This for my pal!" actually appear in this book. And no, it's not made better by the context in which these ghastly lines appear.This book succeeds in being possibly the worst collection of the entire Superman/Batman run, and there have been som [...]

    7. A collection of Superman/Batman stories:"Who would win?" -- Two kids discuss who would win in a fight, Supes or Bats. Fun for the meta angle where the kids discuss how it doesn't make too much sense for these two to be fighting, so they have to gimmick up a reason.(This was half an issue, paired with a Huntress/Power Girl story called "World of Their Own," which I did not understand at all because I know nothing about those two.)"World's Finest" -- a two-part story where Batman and Superman pair [...]

    8. All right. If you read my reviews you already know I don't do well with time travel. I have a really hard time keeping it straight. This use of time travel wasmirable. I almost followed it - which is high praise. I enjoyed this volume more or lessBUTThe first story, 'who would win', is a MUST. It's fantastic. I laughed; I cried. No, I didn't cry. But it was funny and touching and just excellent. I don't know if I'd want to own this volume but I sure would like to own that one comic. It's a class [...]

    9. This was probably my least enjoyed in my favorite series. I still loved it, just not as much as the first eleven volumes in this series. It was definitely awesome seeing Batman in a magic timeline (I didn't think I'd love it as much as I would, but he was still Batman and who can't love Batman?) and seeing Superman wielding a sword was a fantastic experience as well. I just wish there had been more to the actual Sorcerer Kings story line in the graphic novel instead of the several throwaway stor [...]

    10. Split into four stories (two standalone and two going over multiple parts), I like the actual story of the Sorcerer Kings the most. I like seeing the random characters Batman has put together in his new League. The cast of characters was good and the writing and plot was well done as well. I like that even in a magic ridden future Batman is Batman and Superman is still super even in a land sourced by magic sun.

    11. 3.5/5 StarsIt must be difficult to come up with new, interesting stories about Superman. He's been around for so long, all of the authors have done almost every conceivable story-line with him. Time travel and magic were probably all that was left. The illustrations were great, and the story was good, but not something I would want to pick up and read again.

    12. Sorcerer Kings wasn't as bad as I feared it would be, and in places is even smart and witty. The first story with the children was adorable. Idk wth that was with Powergirl and Huntress, but okey. Overall, though, it's a mediocre end to a series that start out so well and just tanked and never quite recovered after the first couple of arcs.

    13. A lot of these stories had good ideas, they just weren't executed to the fullest. I did like the one that was a discussion of who would win in a fight between our two main characters. Ah, the never-ending discussion could ensue, but I think there's a better story to be tapped from that yet.

    14. I like the Superman/Batman team-up comics, but this one wasn't as good. I did like the Batman vs. Superman story at the beginning, though, told from the point of view of two kids arguing about who would win in a fight.

    15. Very mediocre, confusing story (or better put (stories). I've enjoyed previous books in the series, although the first few pages, with the kids discussing "Who would win", I thought was quite well done.

    16. I enjoyed the first 2 self contained stories including a new adventure from the world of DC One Million that was introduced by Grant Morrison. The 4 part story was very good. If you like Lord of The Rings, I highly recommend this story.

    17. Three stars for the sake of first story that I really liked. Second story reminded me how much I don't like Bret Booth's work. Third story was ok but the last one was full of the characters that were unfamiliar to me and the story itself was kinda washed out.

    18. One really cool short story can't make up for a pair of truly terrible features - a disjointed pair of hackneyed comic tropes (superheroes vs. time travel! and superheroes vs. magic!) that belong in the chemically hazed Disco era, not a modern comic shop.

    19. Sucked! Made no sense at all and none of the individual stories worked well together to create a good novel. Crap!

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