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Get ready to go back to the 853rd century as SUPERMAN/BATMAN visits the world of DC ONE MILLION! What dangerous foe threatens to destroy both the 853rd and 21st centuries? Find out here in the first part of a 2-part story by Chris Roberson (I, ZOMBIE) and Jesus Merino (JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA)!
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Back To The Future With DC One Million 0

A return to the 853rd Century with Batman and Superman from DC One Million.   The Good Chris Roberson and Jesus Merino allow us to jump right into the action. Fighting the villain Epoch, the self proclaimed Lord of Time, the Superman and Batman from the One Million story arc need to bring him to justice. As Epoch evades capture we get to see glimpses at the future remains of several areas. Either Epoch could turn out to be quite a formidable foe or things are just a little lax in the future.  It...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Disappointment in the 853rd Century 0

The Good: No matter what, it's still cool to see the DC One Million universe again. The opening speech by Robin the Toy Wonder was pretty amusing. The Pluto Batcave and the password to enter it was pretty badass. "What is it with heroes and their trophy cases?"  The artwork is pretty nice. Some of the crazy future technology was pretty awesome. The Bad: The whole thing just feels kind of empty. Batman and Superman are hardly in it at all, this is more Epoch's story, and he really makes a hard ch...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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