World's Finest #1-3 (Of 4) Update
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 3 CBR | DC Comics | Oct 28 - Dec 23 2009 | 78 MB Total
World's Finest Comics was a comic book series published by DC Comics from the spring of 1941 to January 1986. The series was initially titled World's Best Comics for its first issue; issue #2 (1941) switched to the more familiar name. Virtually every issue featured DC's two leading superheroes, Superman and Batman, with the earliest issues also featuring Batman's sidekick, Robin. In October 2009 the current four-issue miniseries was launched. It features first meetings between new members of the Superman family and new members of the Batman Family, in keeping with the theme of the original parent series. The series is written by Sterling Gates with different artists for each issue. All high-quality Minutemen scans.
World's Finest #1 - 25 Pages (2 Covers) | 25.8 MB
After tracking down a threat to The Man of Steel – and all of Metropolis – Red Robin must team up with the new Kryptonian Nightwing to end this mysterious threat and rescue Flamebird. But is all this just a red herring to distract the heroes from an even bigger threat to Gotham City and New Krypton? Be here to find out in this 4-issue miniseries from rising star writer Sterling Gates (SUPERGIRL) and artist Julian Lopez. Written by Sterling Gates; Art by Julian Lopez; Covers by Phil Noto
World's Finest #2 - 23 Pages (2 Covers) | 31.2 MB
Following a trail of experimental equipment that was stolen from WayneTech, the new Robin finds himself in Metropolis and face-to-face with the straight-laced Guardian. But when Parasite and Mr. Freeze appear, the two heroes will have to band together to capture the villains and retrieve the missing tech. What are the villains really after, though, and who is pulling their strings? Written by Sterling Gates; Art by Ramons Bachs and Rodney Ramos; Covers by Phil Noto
World's Finest #3 - 24 Pages (2 Covers) | 24 MB
The Toyman has crafted the ultimate killing machine to protect himself from the Kryptonian menace, and Oracle has sent Supergirl and Batgirl to stop it. But when Supergirl faces off against the Kryptonite Man while the new Batgirl takes on Catwoman, they both find themselves in over their heads.This looks like a job for… Written by Sterling Gates; Art by Jamal Igle; Covers by Phil Noto -- dccomics.com
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