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Superman/Batman: Vengeance by Jeph Loeb
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Supermen, Batmen, Supergirls, and alternate Earths abound when Superman and Batman cross dimensions to kill the man responsible for Lois Lane's death and a group of fearsome heroes from another world arrives to avenge him.

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What a waste of time. ( )
  yeremenko | Aug 20, 2012 |
Not intense, but pretty good. It's mostly hopping around between universes and alternate versions of characters, which I'm getting really tired of, but it was mostly just fun and pretty light. ( )
  FFortuna | Sep 15, 2009 |
Jeph Loeb has written some fine stories. This isn't one of them. As far as I can figure the plot, the Superman and Batman of an alternate universe follow Lois Lane's killer to his own universe, where he is a member of a super-hero team, and kill him. The rest of the team track down Superman and Batman to eke out justice, only it's "our" Superman and Batman, who have no idea what's going on. From here the plot devolves into a complicated mess that involves Bizarro, "Batzarro" (God help me), Darkseid, a wide range of alternate Supermen, Batmen, Supergirls and Superboys, Mr. Mxyzptlk and the Joker. The story seems to follow from events I've missed, but I doubt that having read them would help much. This was just a mess of a story, relieved by decent artwork and occasional interesting interplay between the two main heroes. ( )
  burnit99 | Feb 5, 2007 |
The third volume wasn't so great, and neither was this one. The first two volumes of the Superman/Batman crossover had such promise, that it is sad to see the next two not live up to expectations. ( )
  davesmith1983 | Sep 14, 2006 |
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Everything has gone super-batty! Superman and Batman travel to an alternate Earth to kill the man responsible for the death of Lois Lane. And now the mightiest heroes from a world of super-soldiers, huling monsters and Norse gods have crossed dimensional barriers seeking to avenge their fallen comrade. It's a tale of nonstop action with guest stars from infinte earths, featuring a Bizarro-Superman, a Batzarro, four Supergirls and mour Supermen and Batmen than have ever been contained in one book!
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