Worlds' Finest #0

    Worlds' Finest » Worlds' Finest #0 - Beginnings released by DC Comics on November 2012.

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    It’s the origin of Supergirl and Robin on Earth 2!

    How did their first mission on that world affect their situation as Power Girl and Huntress today?



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    In the Beginning 0

    This series so far has been a bit too much quick paced and sometimes feels a bit rushed but it is still good and has great chemistry between the main characters.This story sees both Huntress and Power Girl back when they were Robin and Supergirl on Earth 2. Robin by the looks off it is just starting too become a hero and her mother Catwoman is happy but her father Batman isn't. Meanwhile Supergirl is learning how to control her powers from Superman who tells her even though people aren't perfect...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Worlds' Finest #0 0

    THE GOOD: Kevin Maguire does the whole issue and man does it look stunning. His facial expressions are quirky but that is what brings the characters to life. The action is very fluid and Kevin Maguire is a talented man. The story goes back to the past where they are still on Earth 2 and we get a little incite on both of these characters and how they were trained and what really drives them and how they became friends. Seeing Catwoman and Batman with Robin was interesting and the dynamic was cool...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    NOW I'm Interested 0

    I think this is definitely on the better side of the Zero Month covers, not stellar, but not boring. Supergirl and Robin's capes both look great and there's some nice balance, though Supergirl's basically got Gumby-Legs.The interior art is very hit or miss. Overall I think it's nice and stylistic, much more dynamic and interesting than George Perez's interior art on the 'present day' stories in the present day issue; but facial expressions are only good about half the time, though generally when...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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