BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN — OR BATMAN AND SUPERMAN?
Who would win if Superman and Batman ever got into a fight? It's a question people have been asking since the characters' births. The answer may seem simple: Superman because he has superpowers and Batman doesn't. But Batman fans point out that because he has no superpowers, the Dark Knight has had to train his mind to a fighting edge and might easily out-smart Superman, who is used to defeating his opponents with super-strength more often than his wits.
It's a question DC Comics and movie or tv producers will never dare answer definitively, for fear of offending the fans of one or another character. In truth, the pair have been friends more often than enemies, and even starred in a comic book, World's Finest Comics, devoted exclusively to their team-up adventures. (Where their first all-out battle was featured.) You will learn all this and more in this ebook exclusive.
This Special Edition combines two profiles of DC Comics' most famous comic book heroes, originally published separately as Kindle Short Reads (at 99cents each), and adds newly written material focusing on their first meeting in the comics and their friendship and feuds since that epoch making moment—all for only $1.50. From the 1930s creation of Superman and Batman, through the 1940s movie serials, the tv shows of the 1950s–60s, the breakthrough Christopher Reeve films of the 70s, the Batman movie phenomenon, and more - to the epic Batman Vs. Superman movie, cinehistorian Charles Lee Jackson, II, chronicles all the important moments in this eighty-year phenomenon.
A must-read book for anyone interested in Superman or Batman or their team-ups.