Superman/Batman #62

    Superman/Batman » Superman/Batman #62 - Sidekicked released by DC Comics on September 1, 2009.

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    When the inmates take over Arkham Asylum, it's a job for the World's Finest duo – Robin and Supergirl! Rafael Albuquerque (BLUE BEETLE) joins the series as regular artist for a story we could only call "Sidekicked!"


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    Robin and Supergirl in one hellava night. 0

    Before I reviewed this issue it got 12 votes, 3.0 avg.  I will inflate that a little because I think this issue was a solid 4.  The story was self-contained and it was a nice pairing of Robin (Tim Drake) and Supergirl, the "Sidekicks" to the big guns if you were.  A strong feature of the Superman/Batman series is that these stories can take place at anytime and this story was the first time Robin and Supergirl were a team and even those two can't score a break.  This comic takes them in a gantle...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    A good story 0

    As i see it now you won't get a better story in this as it starts out all nice as 2 friends meet and greet. a long time no see moment and then it goes to how they met and they dealt with something as i look at this comic. I say to myself they saw some very messed up things i gotta say. when you see joker doing his creepy stuff and supergirl was gonna throttle him and robin stopping her they totally captured that when a person is doing something rash you try to push them in the right direction to...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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