Review – Worlds’ Finest #30

by Renee Montoya
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Writers: Paul Levitz

Pencils: Jed Dougherty

Ink: Jed Dougherty

Colourist: Chris Sotomayor

Cover Art: Yildiray Cinar, Gabe Eltaeb


We follow the Worlds’ Finest with Robin and her Mother, Catwoman as they attempt to rescue a boatload of refugees destined for the sex-trade. Batman watching over his daughter and wife as they do. Sloan happily gifts Superman with a dose of Kryptonite and a personal invite from Apokolips.

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The relationship between Robin and Catwoman is a delight to ride along with the art. Catwoman is stunning visually in this issue with nice details on the costume and on the whip.

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Superman’s section gave off the feeling of being page fillers. It was quick and the Apokolips moment didn’t seem to have a point other than a distraction.

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Final Thought

Beautiful colouring kept my eyes happily feasting away while the relationship of the Cat/Bat family is something that I just keep coming back for. It’s wonderful to see the dark brooding man letting his ladies stretch and try and stay out till they actually need him. It’s a wonderful dimension to Batman that is actually rather sweet.

Not a fan of Superman or Lois I was hoping to see more of Kara.

While I wouldn’t be rushing out to get this on the day of release, I would still pick this up within the month.




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