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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Prequel are a group of official tie-in comics to the 2016 film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.


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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Prequel are a group of official tie-in comics to the 2016 film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

30 review for Batman V Superman: Prequel Comics

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    Overall Rating :3.5 stars ~ 4 stars Overall Thoughts: Warner Bros., DC Comics, Dr. Pepper, Doritos and General Mills have teamed up to release these Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice prequel comics. Why? Because they all rock. HA. I'm kidding. What the hell is Dr. Pepper? Give me some Doritos but why do we need to consume an ample portion of Dr. Pepper to read some of this stuff? The real answer?... ...is money. Duh. However, for freebie comics you get with your beverage, some of these are actually re Overall Rating :3.5 stars ~ 4 stars Overall Thoughts: Warner Bros., DC Comics, Dr. Pepper, Doritos and General Mills have teamed up to release these Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice prequel comics. Why? Because they all rock. HA. I'm kidding. What the hell is Dr. Pepper? Give me some Doritos but why do we need to consume an ample portion of Dr. Pepper to read some of this stuff? The real answer?... ...is money. Duh. However, for freebie comics you get with your beverage, some of these are actually really good. The art is nice and solid most of the time (Lex's comic's art was pretty average, though.) There are some really interesting teases and winks in some of the stories but some of them can be also quite boring. You dont need to read this comics to 'get' the movie but at the end of the day it's nice to have these little short stories because what’s really nice about these comics is that they give us glimpses into MCU characters such as Batman, as well as their tones. Here are all the prequel comics so far: I - Doritos One-Shot: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice #1, Upstairs-Downstairs: Written By: Christos Gage Art By: Joe Bennett, Sean Parsons, Hi-Fi The Premise: “What makes a hero? Standing up to evil and injustice? Fighting against impossible odds? Having great strength…and using it to protect those who dont? Doing as much as one can, day in and day out? Or doing the impossible? Making mistakes…recovering from them…and making sure they dont happen again? Or being able to cover all the bases… So you can get to a point where there’s nothing you cant handle? Is there only one kind of hero? Or can they be very,very different?” Teases: Just another reason why Batman hates Superman so much. Add it to the list Bruce, add it to the list. Rating: 4.5 stars Verdict: One of the best ones!! I really liked this one because it was great having Bruce question Clark’s motives and devotion while having Clark demonstrate his true selflessness. Plus, I loved the way Bruce was like 'Oh I'm glad they dont name a street after me because some lunatic would kill everyone who lived there'. Batman paranoid mode on. Totally on character. Art: II - General Mills Cheerios cereal mini-comics: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice Inside #1, Playground Heroes: Written by : Jeff Parker Art by : RB Silva, Jose Marzan, Jr., and Andrew Dalhouse Rating: 3.5 ~ 4 stars Premise: “I never really thought about Superman not being one of us…until I saw an alien creature treat him differently. That’s when I realized something about Superman. He doesnt really think he’s different or special. I also realized something else about Superman. I always assumed he shows up to face trouble because he knows he can solve it. But he doesnt know he can. He doesnt take on trouble because he’s got superpowers. He does it because it’s the right thing to do.” Main character, Jacob is going on a class field trip to S.T.A.R. Labs with Clark Kent when some weird looking aliens attack and Superman jumps into action. While we do see Superman punching these aliens, the story is not about that. It's about learning what makes a hero and how one person can make a difference no matter how small. Teases: S.T.A.R. Labs Art: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice Inside #2, Field Trip: Written by: Christos Gage Art by: Federico Dallocchio Rating: 3.5 stars Premise: This issue revolves around Zoe, who, like Jacob from #1, finds herself on a field trip, this time to Wayne Enterprise, gone wrong when some thieves decide to steal biotech weapons recovered in the wake of the kryptonian attack on Earth but no worries The Man of Steel and a certain billionaire playboy is around to stop them...seperately. “- Is Superman ok? - Yes. Interesting…The noise must have shocked him,too but he recovered more quickly. - We should go out there! Dont you want to meet him? - No. Not yet.” Batman ladies and gentleman. Never goes to a party without being prepared first. Art: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice Inside #3, Picture Proof: Written By: Marguerite Bennett Art By: Marcus To Rating: 4 stars The Premise: “ There’s not much belief in Gotham City. You’d think in a world with an alien God, we’d be a little more open-minded. But we dont believe in anything we cant see. We’ve known too much darkness. Too much disappointment. There are not stories in Gotham. Just cold truth.” The story follows a student named Emily who has a close-up encounter with Batman. When her friends don’t believe her, she sets out to get a picture proof but eventually ends up realizing why Batman should stay as a ghost, shadow or even a fairytale. Art: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice #4, Lights Out: Written By: Joshua Williamson Art By: Eduardo Pansica, Art Thilbert. Rating: 2.5 stars ~ 3 stars The Premise: “- Batman is better. - Superman!!! - I think there is only one real way to see who ise better…Superman and Batman have to fight each other. - Guys! Batman and Superman wouldnt fight. I’m pretty sure they would just realize that they could be friends and work together then they could combine their skills to save the day. Like a team. Duh. And besides we all know Wonder Woman would beat them both anyway!” Hey I want some Batman/Superman bro-romance too!! Besides yes, Diane would totally kick both of their asses because she is supposed to be the best fighter in DCU but Batman has brains so I think Batman wins!! (I'm not being biased because I'm a Batman fan. I'm really not. Pinky swear.) Art: III - Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice Dr. Pepper Prequel Comics: Written By: Christos Gage Art By: Joe Bennett, Sean Parsons, Hi-Fi ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice - Chapter 1 - Batman: The Premise: “ Batman wasnt always like that. Dont get me wrong…He was always tough. But over the years, he got harder. I mean, you figure he’s seen some thing but after that Metropolis situation…” This issue focuses on Batman, but it does so indirectly. In fact, Batman is hardly in this issue. A villain named Firefly has brought together a small crew, and they’re executing one of their jobs and suddenly the thugs start talking about why Batman is 'that' way. Just like that, you have some depth, some interest, a set-up for the film, and a Segway for Batman to make his entrance. Rating: 3.5 stars Art: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice - Chapter 2 - Lois Lane: Premise: Lois Lane about to expose a corrupt CEO who has stolen Kryptonian Technology and sold it on the black market in order to save his company but when he takes out this gun at her and Superman comes to the rescue. KIDDING!! Lois is not phased at all by this and she comes off as this woman who knows what she’s doing and isn’t afraid to take chances. Ladies and gentleman, Lois Lane is a badass in this comic issue. I know. I was shocked too. Rating: 3.5 stars Art: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice - Chapter 3 - Senator Finch: The Premise: “ In trying to save a few lives, Superman could conceivably start a war. And currently, if he embarks on a course we consider harmful…We have no means of making him stop.” What would happen if Superman stopped being a loyal citizen of Earth? What if he has a mental illness or gets PTSD? Dementia? What about the geopolitical impact he is going to cause? What will happen if he starts trying to end conflicts between nations instead of natural disasters and humanitarion missions? Verdict: Ok I get it. Funding a committe to study Superman and his effect on the world.? Yeah. Yeah. But let’s treat our greatest ally like an enemy? Great idea. *rolls eyes* Besides that simulation about what would happen if Superman got out of control? HA. That was hilariously over-the-top. Teases: ~ Senator Finch ~ The political stuff for Batman v Superman ~ A committe that studies Superman and his effect on the world? Rating: 4.5 stars Art: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice - Chapter 4 - Superman: The Premise: Welcome to a typical day in the life of Superman. Hey, dont roll your eyes on me. It's hard being Superman...it turns out. Even at saving a runaway train you need to take into consideration a lot of stuff really really fast. Plus, not only we see the great Sups in action but we also has this sophisticated debate over his role in the world. This issue brings out an interesting discussion about Superman and whether he should prevent wars or help people in those territories. Is stopping a runaway train really enough when Sups has all these powers? Teases: Political stuff for BvS. Rating: 4 stars Art: ☂ Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice - Chapter 5 - Lex Luthor: The Premise: “All around us is evidince what alien beings can do. Let’s not forget that human beings can do some pretty impressive things, too.” You mean the thing you 'create' that right? Yeah I'm impressed Lex. Once again, you're so great at being evil. It was interesting to see Lex Luthor’s attitude towards Superman and it's good to know even though I still hate his casting and age Lex is still Lex. An arrogant egomaniac. Teases: ~Lex Luthor. Duh. He is one dangerous son of a bitch. This guy may become a president one day. He's so good at acting like he cares. I nearly bought his act. But I know you Lex. I didnt trust in you even in that first couple of seasons of Smallvillle where you were acting like you were a decent person. Yeah, right. ~ Ted Kord, my boy. Rating: 3.5 stars Art: WTF. Too many closeups to Lex's face. Last Thoughts: Right now DC:

  2. 4 out of 5

    أحمد

    A nice prequel with few (but good) lines and special focus on the art (& likeness). If you're interested, here is everything you need to know: http://www.outerplaces.com/science-fi... A nice prequel with few (but good) lines and special focus on the art (& likeness). If you're interested, here is everything you need to know: http://www.outerplaces.com/science-fi...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tarique Ejaz

    "Tell me. Do you Bleed? You will." The stage is set and people are already buzzing with it. In just a few weeks, the big brawl will hit the theaters and we are super-excited. And these prequel comics is an extremely smart move to make you want to watch this one movie all the more badly. Such simple tales that speak volume are so beautifully drafted that one can't stop getting the feel of what this movie has the potential to do to the ENTIRE DC CINEMATIC UNIVERSE. Tales like playground heroes, field "Tell me. Do you Bleed? You will." The stage is set and people are already buzzing with it. In just a few weeks, the big brawl will hit the theaters and we are super-excited. And these prequel comics is an extremely smart move to make you want to watch this one movie all the more badly. Such simple tales that speak volume are so beautifully drafted that one can't stop getting the feel of what this movie has the potential to do to the ENTIRE DC CINEMATIC UNIVERSE. Tales like playground heroes, field trip, picture proof and lights out just reflects the anxiety and exhilaration that each of us fans are experiencing right now. And there are individual character chapters that help us get, even remotely, a feel of the mindset of the characters in the movie itself. Loved the concept. Thoroughly enjoyed the art.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tahreem Iqbal

    I really like the outtake on Superman and Lex Luthor in these prequel comics. The people in this universe set by the DCEU being aware of where superman should draw the line between saving people and interfering with political matters shows just a glimpse of the depth of universe the upcoming movie promises. Anxiously waiting for the movie. can't wait. I really like the outtake on Superman and Lex Luthor in these prequel comics. The people in this universe set by the DCEU being aware of where superman should draw the line between saving people and interfering with political matters shows just a glimpse of the depth of universe the upcoming movie promises. Anxiously waiting for the movie. can't wait.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Stewart

    A surprisingly nice prequel series that effectively contributes to the word-building efforts DC is trying to accomplish.

  6. 4 out of 5

    James Rodrigues

    A tale that's gets its job done, recapping the necessary information from Man of Steel, and delivering build up for Batman V Superman. Unremarkable outside of its primary aim, despite decent art. A tale that's gets its job done, recapping the necessary information from Man of Steel, and delivering build up for Batman V Superman. Unremarkable outside of its primary aim, despite decent art.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Yen Cerdeña

  8. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dmitry Yakovenko

  10. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

  11. 5 out of 5

    Angel Hristov

  12. 5 out of 5

    Yared

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dasha

  14. 4 out of 5

    Hugo Lau

  15. 4 out of 5

    Athyab Muhith

  16. 4 out of 5

    .Heliana

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sr3yas

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alex Radoi

  19. 4 out of 5

    Angel Zapata

  20. 5 out of 5

    সাদমান হুসাইন

  21. 4 out of 5

    Laura

  22. 5 out of 5

    Forhad Thanatos Florescence

  23. 4 out of 5

    NGV22

  24. 5 out of 5

    Karan Patel

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rishabh Singh

  26. 5 out of 5

    Amber

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Conner

  28. 5 out of 5

    Yahya Bekaoui

  29. 5 out of 5

    Gati

  30. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

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