Updated on 16 October, 2021
In Batman Vs Superman, written by Greg Berlanti and starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and Amy Adams, the award-winning drama finally sees its follow-up. Although it doesn't tell us much about what we can expect in the fight between Superman and Batman, there is still some tension between these iconic superheroes. Of course, they both want to protect the world, but what makes them different when it comes to battling villains? In this Batman Vs Superman Comic, we get to find out! There is even a deleted scene that you may not have seen on the big screen!
No one can deny that the intense fighting between the Dynamic Duo in the last encounter left Superman quite shaken (although he recovered eventually). In the latest Batman Vs Superman Comic, however, Clark Kent makes a special visit to the Daily Planet to deliver news of Superman's latest crime, in this case killing a mugger with his bare hands. While Clark is understandably overjoyed at his old friend's survival, his words do not convince Batman to abandon his mission to stop criminals, which is what makes the entire fight between the two superheros so interesting.
With the threat of another criminal on the horizon, Batman calls upon all his friends to come together and help him defeat Superman. But Batman is hesitant to put together a team of his own, due to the thought that he might lose his own sense of self when confronting the monstrous villain. Thus, when Clark Kent arrives on the scene, he gives Batman a pep talk about facing challenges head-on, before he can claim victory. This scene also shows that although Superman has the ability to control others' actions, his unique brand of justice is still in effect - at least for now.
When Clark Kent is fighting Superman in the previous Batman Vs Superman Comic book, he taunts the Man of Steel with an illusion of himself beating Superman in any encounter. Naturally, Superman uses his flying ability to fly up and attack Batman, but in the end, Superman is no match for Batman in any way. Batman even gains the upperhand and creates a makeshift fortress for Superman to fight in. However, the base is damaged in the battle, forcing Superman to retreat back to Metropolis. With no other choice, Superman retreats to Japan, where he waits for Batman to arrive...
After this brief, but impressive, battle, Batman returns to the Batcave and finds the Man of Steel... who's still skeptical of his ability to defeat Superman. Batman deduces that Superman needs a large supply of energy to power his metal armor and leaves him to recover in the Batcave. With the threat of another criminal on the horizon, Batman decides that he'll take matters into his own hands once again and enlist the aid of Wonder Woman... whose time in the past has left her with no memory of her own encounter with the Dark Knight. Armed with this new information, Batman begins to track down the evil mastermind behind the crime, while Wonder Woman tries to stop Superman from taking over the world.
The plot thickens in the third act as Batman learns more about Superman... which turns out to be nothing more than a ploy to get into a plane where the evil villain, General Maxwell, has secretly planted a bomb, which could kill all humans on the planet. Batman decides that he will go into the plane and try to disrupt the transfer of the bomb, which would force Superman to fight him in a epic battle to the finish. In the process, Superman's alter ego, the android Metallo, is kidnapped by the villain and taken to a secret laboratory where his bio-tech body is transplanted onto the life form. With the ultimate battle between the two superheros finally coming to a close, the fate of the world rests on the shoulders of the citizen of Metropolis, Batman.
From the looks of it, Batman may be getting a little tired of fighting crime. With this in mind, the writer eventually reveals that the cape-wearing vigilante has been offered a chance at redemption, if he agrees to work alongside Superman for one day. Will Batman be able to handle the pressure against Superman? Can he bring enough drama and excitement to the comic book world? Can the Batman vs Superman comic books live up to the fantastic reception it's received from critics and fans?
If you are a comic book fan, you have undoubtedly read about this upcoming clash of good and evil. It's one of the hottest ticket items on the market, so there's no doubt that this will be a big deal for both comic book lovers and moviegoers. However, if you haven't picked up a copy of Batman Vs Superman yet, don't miss out on your chance to see what all of the excitement is about. You can find affordable online retailers who offer a variety of titles, so there is a new Batman comic available every day. Whether you like Batman on film or you've never been able to meet the actor, this is a must-read event.