A tale of loyalty and unlikely friendship featuring two of the most famous superheroes on the planet. Superman Batman: Public Enemies pairs the Man of Steel with the Dark Knight. The iconic superheroes unite when President Lex Luthor accuses Superman of terrible crimes against humanity, and assembles a top-secret team of powerhouse heroes to bring Superman in. But the duo are determined to topple the corrupt president's reign once and for all!
The last surviving member of an alien race is raised on Earth as human and becomes the super-powered defender of mankind.
While touring the crime scene lab of his uncle, Barry Allen, teenager Wally West is doused in chemicals after a lightning bolt strikes them, which enables him to run faster than any other human being on earth. Becoming the Flash, Wally sets out to protect the people of his city from the villainous threats that arise. (imdb.com) In 1940, writer Gardner Fox (1911–1986) and artist Harry Lampert (1916–2004) created the Flash for All-American Comics, which published under the DC Comics label, with powers and costume inspired by the Greek/Roman god Mercury. The movie is in development with David S. Goyer ...
this story takes place right after batman begins, batman is after the joker and with his help commissioner gordon, and there are other villians after batman also but batman also has robin and batgir for help.
the story is based on batman and superman and lex luthor can't stand superman but when he meets the joker they both think of a plan to get rid of both of them. they start by making batman and superman hate each other so they can't beat eachother up.
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