Written by Peter Tomasi
Art by Paulo Siqueira
Published by DC Comics
Release Date: May 27, 2015

A de-powered and injured Man of Steel looks to re-energize himself by plunging into the sun. Wonder Woman is there to stop him.

Well, if you want to hook me into reading more about a relationship about the most powerful pair of heroes in the DCU, this is how you do it. Superman’s new status quo has changed the game for him, somewhat and it would appear we are not looking at the Clark Kent we’ve known for such a long time. He’s got edge, and Tomasi laces his voice with frustration, anger, and some rage. His voice for Diana is strong in this 8-pager, and when the two are on the page together, sparks fly.

Paulo Siqueira’s art is solid and he pencils Clark’s power very well. This artwork fits the tone of the series to this point very well, and these are 8 good-lookin’ pages.

While I had been waffling on the Superman/Wonder Woman book, I think the strength of these 8 pages is enough to draw me back in to see what is going on. There’s trouble on the horizon for the most powerful couple in comics, and Tomasi and Siqueira got my attention, that’s for sure.

The Verdict: TRY IT


Written by PETER J. TOMASI
Art and cover by PATRICK GLEASON and MICK GRAY
On sale MARCH 18 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Retailers: This issue will arrive in stores with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
Damian’s powers have been a source of concern to Batman – and it’s only a matter of time before he’s called up to the big leagues!



I’m sure you’ll be angry with me for disobeying you again but I don’t care, I will not let you fight Leviathan alone. You need me and I will always be at your side. 

Because it will be hard for me to say these words face to face, I want you to know that Mother may have given me life, but you taught me how to live. 

Love and respect

your son


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Batman and Robin #38

Bruce is a bit über protective now, and it’s completely understandable.

I’m so glad we get to see Damian deal with his mother’s death, and his own. I teared up a lot during this issue, but in a good way.

Huge compliment once again to Pete and Pat! I love their work so much!