Night and Day

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The adventures of the World's Finest heroes continues in this new hardcover. First, sidekicks Robin and Supergirl must go undercover in Arkham Asylum. Then, Flash-foe Gorilla Grodd strikes at Superman and Batman through their weakest links: their closest confidants, Lois Lane and Alfred. Plus, a spooky Halloween tale delves into what scares Superman and Batman -- as well as their greatest foes, Lex Luthor and The Joker. And an epic tale tying into DC's BLACKEST NIGHT turns Man-Bat, Bizarro and Solomon Grundy loose on Superman and Batman's hometowns of Metropolis and Gotham City.
Published: New York : DC Comics, 2010.
ISBN: 9781401227920
Branch Call Number: GN SUP NIG
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,chiefly col. ill. ;,27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Green, Michael 1943-
Manapul, Francis
Alternative Title: Night and day


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Mar 26, 2011

The two-part issue "Mash-Up" is an interesting one, featuring a world composed of both Gotham City and Metropolis. "Sidekicked" is about the first mission that Supergirl and Robin did together. It would have been nice to have a slightly longer story for them, since there could have been much more detail as to their thoughts on their team-up. While "Night and Day" seems rather improbable, it all makes sense in the end, and gives a little more insight into Batman's character. I didn't bother reading Issue #65 since it's rather weird with Man-Bat and Bizarro, but if you're into that... All in all, a decent volume.

Mar 14, 2011

I really liked this Superman/Batman comic, at least the first three comics. Mash-up part 1 and 2 were very intense and kept you really guessing until the end, then there was a Supergirl/Robin team-up to fight off the in-mates at Arkham. The was another good comic (with a very hot Poison Ivy too). The it was the featured Night and Day comic was a bit sad/depressing, but it was still very good. As for the last three (65, 66, 67) I didn't really like them. To strange and they didn't really make that much sense. Overall this was another great Superman/Batman adventure, and I'll give it a 8.5/10, and another shout-out to the hot Poison Ivy.


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Mar 26, 2011

Violence: "Sidekicked" has some grisly scenes as it takes place in the infamous Arkham Asylum. One person is partially dismembered, and others are killed with knives (has happened "off-screen").


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