Batman/Superman #7 [Preview]

Batman/Superman #7 is in stores from DC Comics next week, by Joshua Williamson and Nick Derington, and we've got a preview below.

Batman/Superman #7 [Preview]

Batman/Superman #7 [Preview]

This comic has finally put that Batman who Laughs nonsense behind it and can move on to a story that doesn't star the stupidest character ever created for comics. And this new story begins with Zod taking a trip down memory lane, to the distant past…

Batman/Superman #7 [Preview]

…and the more recent, Bendisian past.

Batman/Superman #7 [Preview]

Zod is pissed. And this is Ra's Al Ghul's fault, somehow.

Batman/Superman #7 [Preview]

Meanwhile, Superman and Batman seem to have really bonded over being involved in a dumb storyline. It's gained them perspective. Compassion.

Batman/Superman #7 [Preview]

Even Batman, a guy who spends his night beating the crap out of mentally ill criminals in a bat costume, seems to feel… sympathy for his enemies? Sure, he's still going to engage in violent vigilante justice against people who really just need some quality mental health treatment… but it's a start!

Batman/Superman #7 [Preview]

Batman/Superman #7 hits stores on Wednesday.

BATMAN SUPERMAN #7
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(W) Joshua Williamson (A/CA) Nick Derington
In the aftermath of "The Infected," Batman and Superman create new measures to prevent hidden and dangerous super-villain plots in the future. Using new technology to track villains throughout the DC Universe, the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel are startled to discover that General Zod has returned to Earth-and that his new target is…Ra's al Ghul! What is Zod's plan, and what does it have to do with the destroyed bottle city of Kandor? Find out in the first chapter of a two-part epic featuring the work of artist Nick
Derington!
In Shops: Feb 26, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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