Volume 2, Game Over

Book - 2015
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The Dark Knight and the Man of Steel uncover a plot by the Toymaster to use a secret, potentially deadly element in his new video game, the characters created by players manifest in real life. The ultimate fighting game results--and a world-wide network of players must team up to create the most powerful, skilled Super Heroes imaginable with one goal: To kill Batman. When Batman and Superman are corned by the Toymaster and Mongul, they are pitted against on another in a battle to the death, with their only hope being the The Worlds' Finest.
Publisher: New York, NY : DC Comics, 2015
ISBN: 9781401249359
Branch Call Number: 741.5973 Pa
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Levitz, Paul
Booth, Brett
Lee, Jae 1972-
Alternative Title: Game over


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Oct 23, 2016

The Man of Steel and the Dark Knight find themselves coping with various threats in this collection. The crossover appearance with an alternate reality Huntress and Power Girl is the strongest part of these issues.

Aug 31, 2015

The interaction between Batman and Superman was good but the actual story was so-so.

dwmoviebuff Aug 22, 2015

The over-hyping of batman over superman is getting old and very stupid. the writer of these series needs to give superman his props, he is called superman for a reason meaning he's stronger, faster and way smarter than bats. and the fact that he needs bats all the time to save him is ridiculous!

Jun 08, 2015

The entire "Game Over" arc was just stupid. The Power Girl / Huntress appearance, on the other hand, was a pleasant surprise. Jae Lee makes this volume anywhere close to redeemable. Not in the class of Loeb's and MacGuiness' Superman / Batman...

DC387 Feb 21, 2015

Great Storyline & Ok Artwork.


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