Greg Pak is an American film director/comic book writer, known for his work on books published by Marvel Comics, which include "Incredible Hercules," "Incredible Hulk," the crossover event "World War Hulk," and more. He is a graduate of Yale University, where he was a member of the Purple Crayon improv group, and studied history at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar and studied film at New York University. His student film, "Fighting Grandpa," won the Gold Medal at the 25th Student Academy Awards. He is currently set to write the ongoing series BATMAN/SUPERMAN for DC Comics.
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The Dark Knight and the Man of Steel uncover a plot by the Toymaster to use a secret, potentially deadly element in his new video game, the characters created by players manifest in real life. The ultimate fighting game results--and a world-wide network of players must team up to create the most powerful, skilled Super Heroes imaginable with one goal: To kill Batman.
When Batman and Superman are corned by the Toymaster and Mongul, they are pitted against on another in a battle to the death, with their only hope being the The Worlds' Finest.
Collects Batman/Superman #5-9, Batman/Superman Annual #1, Worlds' Finest #20-21.
"Great writing, gorgeous art, BATMAN/SUPERMAN #1 is everything you want in comic book."—CRAVE ONLINE
"With this creative team in place, I'm definitely in for the long haul."—COMIC BOOK RESOURCES
"Greg Pak shows he has a strong handle on the characters."—NEWSARAMA
"Few artists can capture the sinister aura of Gotham City and its resident hero quite like Lee."—IGN