Review: Batman/Superman World's Finest
And all this comes as a prequel from this page in World's Finest #2 where we hear the ludicrous details of the date, all of which turn out to be on target.
One last thing I like about this book. I like this format that Mark Waid has done so far. A five issue story completes and you get a done-in-one palate cleanser before you go into the next arc. But these single issues add depth to the characters and build the universe. Keep this please, DC!
On to the book.
Robin is a little less mature. He is still sort of miffed, and perhaps a bit humiliated, by the proceedings.
Batman's response to move on is fantastic. After all, how many doomed relationships has he had.
Of course, Dick being a young man, he is already thinking about the next date.
Such a fun issue. It is quite clear that Waid 'gets' Kara. If only we could get a Waid Supergirl book. It would thrill me. And this fun issue is just about perfect.
Overall grade: A+
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