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Power Girl and Huntress come face to face with Superman and Batman for the first time! In this BATMAN/SUPERMAN crossover, desperate times call for desperate measure as the Worlds' Finest reveal their origin to the fellow team.The two teams must work together to stop Kaizan Gamorra's plot to depower Power Girl and unlock the secrets of Superman of Earth 2! But following suc Power Girl and Huntress come face to face with Superman and Batman for the first time! In this BATMAN/SUPERMAN crossover, desperate times call for desperate measure as the Worlds' Finest reveal their origin to the fellow team.The two teams must work together to stop Kaizan Gamorra's plot to depower Power Girl and unlock the secrets of Superman of Earth 2! But following such a team up, what world will Power Girl and Huntress choose? Collects: Worlds' Finest #18-21, Annual #1 and Batman/Superman #8-9.


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Power Girl and Huntress come face to face with Superman and Batman for the first time! In this BATMAN/SUPERMAN crossover, desperate times call for desperate measure as the Worlds' Finest reveal their origin to the fellow team.The two teams must work together to stop Kaizan Gamorra's plot to depower Power Girl and unlock the secrets of Superman of Earth 2! But following suc Power Girl and Huntress come face to face with Superman and Batman for the first time! In this BATMAN/SUPERMAN crossover, desperate times call for desperate measure as the Worlds' Finest reveal their origin to the fellow team.The two teams must work together to stop Kaizan Gamorra's plot to depower Power Girl and unlock the secrets of Superman of Earth 2! But following such a team up, what world will Power Girl and Huntress choose? Collects: Worlds' Finest #18-21, Annual #1 and Batman/Superman #8-9.

30 review for Worlds' Finest, Volume 4: First Contact

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jayson

    (B+) 76% | Good Notes: A passable payoff, neither powerful nor pointed: some artistic flash, though styles clash, and on the whole disjointed.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    I'm super glad Power Girl figured out what was going on with her power because that was getting annoying. The crossover with Batman/Superman was good but I'm starting to feel like Huntress and Power Girl can't carry this story on their own. I'll keep reading though. The annual issue alone makes me want to continue. I'm super glad Power Girl figured out what was going on with her power because that was getting annoying. The crossover with Batman/Superman was good but I'm starting to feel like Huntress and Power Girl can't carry this story on their own. I'll keep reading though. The annual issue alone makes me want to continue.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anita Fajita Pita

    3.5 with a higher star because Jae Lee's illustration for First Contact #'s 1 and 3 was so very nice. Also, note that this volume started with World's Finest #18 which volume 3 finished on. This volume pretty much was an answer to my problems with the previous volume. Nice to have Power Girl and Huntress back as actual characters with personality. Unfortunately I think they were best when written by or with Greg Pak... what does that mean for the next issue? I loved the flashback volume in which we 3.5 with a higher star because Jae Lee's illustration for First Contact #'s 1 and 3 was so very nice. Also, note that this volume started with World's Finest #18 which volume 3 finished on. This volume pretty much was an answer to my problems with the previous volume. Nice to have Power Girl and Huntress back as actual characters with personality. Unfortunately I think they were best when written by or with Greg Pak... what does that mean for the next issue? I loved the flashback volume in which we met (an alternate) Wonder Woman and her daughter(?!), Fury, who slipped quickly through a wormhole thingy as Supergirl (on Earth 2) was trying to bag her face in. Diana stopped her because it's her daughter, but still, I love Wonder Woman. The timeline is a little confusing, as they tend to be with alternate universes and worlds and stuff, but I understood that Selina Kyle died in Earth 2 right before Helena and Kara got sucked through the the dimension tunnel thing? There's an issue, I believe #19, that makes it seem as though some time has passed since Selina died... So the Huntress and Power Girl meet our Batman and Superman and the comparisons begin. It's nice to note the little differences they find in the not-dad and not-my-Kal who they feel haven't been sufficiently influenced by the thems in this world.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cale

    This is a fairly action-packed crossover, finally connecting Helena and Kara with Batman and Superman in the current dimension, with some strong action sequences and character building. It also resolves one of the weakest plot elements the series has been carrying around for a while, so thank you for that. And the expanded threat makes for some interesting stakes. The dynamics between the four here are fascinating, as intuition and trust is lost and gained between everyone through actions more t This is a fairly action-packed crossover, finally connecting Helena and Kara with Batman and Superman in the current dimension, with some strong action sequences and character building. It also resolves one of the weakest plot elements the series has been carrying around for a while, so thank you for that. And the expanded threat makes for some interesting stakes. The dynamics between the four here are fascinating, as intuition and trust is lost and gained between everyone through actions more than dialogue. And the way the near-relatives deal with their interdimensional counterparts is the highlight of the series. The art is serviceable for the most part, although the issue done by Jae Lee utterly outclasses everything else in the volume (though I've always been partial to his style). But it all works well for the story it tells, and the story it tells is interesting and enjoyable; something a little too rare for most of the New 52...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

    Conceptually, this volume was solid.... finally, after a dozen or more issues of going absolutely nowhere, this title felt like it was actually finding some momentum with a big crossover story-arc.. Unfortunately the cross-over events take place in two series that are vastly, significantly different in writing and artistic styles, and so the story seems split up and disconnected in their parts. Practically nonsensical. The final issue of this volume has a massive jump-cut backwards in time (45 mo Conceptually, this volume was solid.... finally, after a dozen or more issues of going absolutely nowhere, this title felt like it was actually finding some momentum with a big crossover story-arc.. Unfortunately the cross-over events take place in two series that are vastly, significantly different in writing and artistic styles, and so the story seems split up and disconnected in their parts. Practically nonsensical. The final issue of this volume has a massive jump-cut backwards in time (45 months!) that happens right in the middle of an action scene and is so out of place that it is jarring. Let's hope that they come back to that moment in future volumes, because as it is published right now, it is a complete throwaway of 8 pages. So bizarre! 2.5/5

  6. 4 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    This book series has never really gotten on its feet, and it has lacked any panache or nostalgia that could have been associated with the original book series; so it's no wonder that they're turning it over the Power Girl and Huntress. This book series has never really gotten on its feet, and it has lacked any panache or nostalgia that could have been associated with the original book series; so it's no wonder that they're turning it over the Power Girl and Huntress.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Singleton

    Three stars for the okay story, but one star for the value. If you are binge reading all of DC's trades like I am, most of this trade is in Batman/Superman volume 2. WF 18 is in WF vol 3, as well. Three stars for the okay story, but one star for the value. If you are binge reading all of DC's trades like I am, most of this trade is in Batman/Superman volume 2. WF 18 is in WF vol 3, as well.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Clay Bartel

    My journey through New52 continues, with Worlds' Finest Huntress/Power Girl Vol 4. Personally I'm a fan of a lot of New52 books. I've also beening collecting and reading as many female lead DC books, Jessica Cruz Green Lantern, Supergirl, Wonder Woman, and Huntress and PG, etc. A huge stand out book I read was Justice League Dark Vol. 1: The Last Age of Magic. Wonder Woman is teamed up with Constantine and Detective Chimp etc. Okay so what about New 52 Worlds' Finest Vol 4? This series has detractors My journey through New52 continues, with Worlds' Finest Huntress/Power Girl Vol 4. Personally I'm a fan of a lot of New52 books. I've also beening collecting and reading as many female lead DC books, Jessica Cruz Green Lantern, Supergirl, Wonder Woman, and Huntress and PG, etc. A huge stand out book I read was Justice League Dark Vol. 1: The Last Age of Magic. Wonder Woman is teamed up with Constantine and Detective Chimp etc. Okay so what about New 52 Worlds' Finest Vol 4? This series has detractors, one of the biggest issues is the uneven artwork, feels like 3rd tier artists and often isn't that good. But it isn't horrid. Okay so the story, I will say thank god this doesnt feel like a villan of the week type series, there is an over arcing story and plenty of mystery and I'm enjoying it, I've collected 6 of the WF volumes and with 4 just completed I am existed to read 5. I'm also contemplating collecting the Worlds End books and Earth 2 Society books as these continue the PG story arc, which is the main reason for reading Worlds Finest. Of course the big issue is that all these books are rare and hard to come by, and just not very popular... Is this the best PG story out there? No. The best art? No? But it's a cool PG story and if your a real PG fan you know beggers can't be choosers. PG has limited stories and I for one am willing to be a bit more forgiving so I can enjoy this one.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kikishua

    I will never not be distracted by the boob window.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vitor Aurungo

    3.5

  11. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    Collects Worlds' Finest issues #18-21, Worlds' Finest Annual #1, and Batman/Superman issues #8-9 I liked this story a lot, so I was trying to figure out, "Why do I want to give this a 4-star rating instead of a 5-star rating?" The thing that kept popping into my head was the artwork. I am just not a fan of the artwork in this book. There was one issue in this collection where I felt like the artwork was the right fit for the story (the Annual), but otherwise it was way too moody for this type of Collects Worlds' Finest issues #18-21, Worlds' Finest Annual #1, and Batman/Superman issues #8-9 I liked this story a lot, so I was trying to figure out, "Why do I want to give this a 4-star rating instead of a 5-star rating?" The thing that kept popping into my head was the artwork. I am just not a fan of the artwork in this book. There was one issue in this collection where I felt like the artwork was the right fit for the story (the Annual), but otherwise it was way too moody for this type of story. With that complaining out of the way, I will say that the story was awesome. Power Girl and Huntress have been trying to find a way to get back to Earth 2 since their series began, and they may have actually done it. During the journey to this discovery, they meet the Earth 0 Batman and Superman for the first time and it is so much fun to see this finally happen (especially the Bruce and Helena interactions). The Annual features stories from Kara and Helena's days back on Earth 2 (as Supergirl and Robin), but that mini-story acts as the epilogue for the "First Contact" storyline.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shamus

    This is what I have been waiting for! After several issues taking Karen and Helena through hell, under threat of losing everything they have on this adopted world, we finally have them come to a temporary conclusion. More backstory of their time on Earth 2 as Supergirl and Robin leads to a fantastic crossover events. Finally, we have Power Girl, Huntress, Superman and Batman together fighting overwhelming odds. Power Girl and Huntress glimpse what may possibly be a horrifying fate for their home This is what I have been waiting for! After several issues taking Karen and Helena through hell, under threat of losing everything they have on this adopted world, we finally have them come to a temporary conclusion. More backstory of their time on Earth 2 as Supergirl and Robin leads to a fantastic crossover events. Finally, we have Power Girl, Huntress, Superman and Batman together fighting overwhelming odds. Power Girl and Huntress glimpse what may possibly be a horrifying fate for their homeworld, and they finally come out of hiding and make the beginnings of a possible acceptance on Earth 1. I thoroughly enjoyed this collection, and despite the multiple artists, it was all beautifully done. I couldn't put this down, and hope that they can continue with the next volume with such powerful, emotional and well paced storytelling. This reinforces why World's Finest is in my top 5 favorite comics coming out today.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Victor Orozco

    Finally! The girls meet their alternate universe family. Huntress meets Bruce and we see how much they are alike but also how much they aren't. More or less is because this universe has Bruce as a younger man but also because Bruce has yet to have the experience the being the husband to a good woman. I like how Bruce is wary at first... but in the end that fist-bump was so cute. Karen does what she can in an attempt to resolve her problem only apparently passing it on to Clark. But it eventually w Finally! The girls meet their alternate universe family. Huntress meets Bruce and we see how much they are alike but also how much they aren't. More or less is because this universe has Bruce as a younger man but also because Bruce has yet to have the experience the being the husband to a good woman. I like how Bruce is wary at first... but in the end that fist-bump was so cute. Karen does what she can in an attempt to resolve her problem only apparently passing it on to Clark. But it eventually works to a fascinating conclusion. Can't wait to read the rest someday. B.

  14. 4 out of 5

    John

    Hoo boy! Why do I keep getting myself into these situations? Picked this up because I wanted more stories featuring these two characters. Unfortunately I got precious little character background and more fighty-punchy chaos involving a bucket-load of alternate universe stuff. Couldn't really follow it too well, and didn't care much, but the art was nice. Hoo boy! Why do I keep getting myself into these situations? Picked this up because I wanted more stories featuring these two characters. Unfortunately I got precious little character background and more fighty-punchy chaos involving a bucket-load of alternate universe stuff. Couldn't really follow it too well, and didn't care much, but the art was nice.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    Much better than the last Volume! In this one, Power Girl and Huntress have to encounter our world's Batman and Superman, in an effort to help PG control her powers. The action never slows and the story is much better this time around. Definitely not a fan of Jae Lee's art, but the rest of the book wasn't bad. Recommend, and a good refreshing of a lagging title. Much better than the last Volume! In this one, Power Girl and Huntress have to encounter our world's Batman and Superman, in an effort to help PG control her powers. The action never slows and the story is much better this time around. Definitely not a fan of Jae Lee's art, but the rest of the book wasn't bad. Recommend, and a good refreshing of a lagging title.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Simon

    Okay this one where Batman and Superman are added to the mix was actually quite good.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    Decent beginning spoiled with a typically lazy and muddled alternate universe ending

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sandro George

    Awesome series, even though Powergirl and Huntress are secondary characters, this series but both of them into the limelight. Well written, well drawn. really liked it

  19. 5 out of 5

    Timo

    I just do not like Jae Lee art at all. But other than that, this was ok.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Arron Hustead

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jemz Thomson

  22. 5 out of 5

    Paul Griggs

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shari

  24. 5 out of 5

    Craig

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tehani

  26. 5 out of 5

    Norqistina Akmar

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dave

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kaleigh Norkum-Mathieu

  29. 4 out of 5

    John Peterson

  30. 5 out of 5

    David Palazzolo

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