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Batman/Superman: World's Finest #15
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‘Batman/Superman: World’s Finest’ #15 review

A fun issue that takes a familiar concept and creates a new story that is ultimately very enjoyable.

Picking up shortly where the last issue left off, it seems things are turning for the worse for Batman, Robin, and Superman. But more than that, something seems to also be wrong with Red Tornado. Throughout the issue, readers see more of something they have likely grown accustomed to world-building. When Mark Waid is behind it, that’s always a great sign too. Now, continue to partner him with Dan Mora and that sounds like a dynamic duo right there. In this installment of the series, there is an overall suspenseful tone that helps push the story forward as the walls seem to close in on its main characters.

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This issue opens with a lot going on all at once. First, it seems Red Tornado seems to be malfunctioning, which is never a good sign. In addition to this, Robin and Superman are facing quite a bit of danger that severely disadvantages them. To wrap it up, Batman continues to find ways to make the most dramatic entrances possible. All this makes for a super energetic first few pages of a story filled with intensity. As the story progresses, it feels relatively nonstop, which for some might be overwhelming, but the narrative never gets lost as everything is interconnected.

Batman/Superman: World's Finest #15
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It’s always worth noting that Dan Mora and Tamra Bonvillain are such a great artistic duo. Bonvillain makes the characters pop in dark scenes that remind the audience these are fun superhero stories and deserve to be reflected as such. Mora has garnered a reputation for having an unbelievable skillset, and something new that’s become more noticeable is his ability to reflect emotion. It’s something found both in facial expressions and body language that makes the characters more dynamic and crafts an overall better story for the reader. Overall, the art is a continued joy and makes for a better story.

Batman/Superman: World’s Finest #15 is another strong entry in the series. Throughout the story, there are a lot of world-building and character introductions that are all done to help further the story. It may seem overcrowded but is successfully done and shows what a team-up can look like without detracting from the overall plot. But the true success in this story is in the small moments, of characters shining and taking charge. The weight of the story is further complemented by the continuously electric work of Dan Mora and Tamra Bonvillain. By the time the issue is over, there is another jaw-dropping cliffhanger that will leave readers curious to find out what happens next.

Batman/Superman: World's Finest #15
‘Batman/Superman: World’s Finest’ #15 review
Batman/Superma: World's Finest #15
Filled with exciting action sequences, Batman/Superman: World's Finest #15 is another strong entry that keeps readers invested from cover to cover.
Reader Rating1 Votes
8.4
Dan Mora and Tamra Bonvillain are such a great artistic duo
The narrative never gets lost as everything is interconnected
Another jaw-dropping cliffhanger that will leave readers curious to find out what happens next
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