Monday, May 24, 2010

Superman/Batman – Torment | Comics

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Superman & Batman - Torment
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Killer Croc climbs to the 52nd floor of the Lex-Com tower and breaks in to steal a yellow crystal like rock. As Gotham P.D. tries to investigate into the matter, Lex Luthor’s men has managed to stave them off while looking for Luthor’s missing property and Batman secretly hears their conversation on the situation. It appears that Croc was actually working for a gruesome being named Schrocken to whom Croc has shown a great deal of obedience as well as fear. When he asks for permission to leave, Schrocken got annoyed by him and sent him running by giving him a beating. Batman was chasing Killer Croc, who's acting all mindless recently and filled only with blind-rage.

Meanwhile, Superman is having some nightmares and cannot concentrate on work either. He feels jealous about Lois going out for an interview with his friend Pete Ross and later tries to peek on them which are not very likely of him. His abnormal behavior is been orchestrated by DeSaad and he has enlisted The Scarecrow to tap into Superman's primal fear. The evil god Darkseid is behind all these schemes who wants Superman to steal the staff of Highfather from Source-Wall to restore his own power, which has diminished since he is released from the Source-Wall (in Superman/Batman – With a Vengeance). Batman secretly follows Superman, only to be unexpectedly aided by Orion's beautiful yet dangerous wife Bekka, with whom he soon develops a brief but serious romantic relationship that will cause all sorts of trouble.
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Darkseid is Victorious!
Here is your links for “Superman/Batman – Torment" storyline from DC Comics in issues.

Superman/Batman 37

Superman/Batman 38

Superman/Batman 39

Superman/Batman 40

Superman/Batman 41
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Oblivion of Reality

Superman/Batman 42

Here is your links for “Superman/Batman – Torment" storyline from DC Comics.

Superman/Batman – Torment (Softcover)

Superman/Batman – Torment (Hardcover)

DC Comics have hired writer Alan Burnett; the talent behind the DC Animation Universe (Superman Adventures, Batman Beyond), to pitch a plot for the Superman/Batman monthly ongoing comics series along with artist Dustin Nguyen (Batman – As the Crow Flies, Thanos – A God Up There Listening) in 2008. These two talented creators came up with this six part story "Torment", which ran from issue #37-42 of this series and helped linking between the previous events to the current course of action. The story somewhat delivers an aftershock of events that has took place in the series so far and of course a fine conclusion.
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