I first came across this book in my local library, to be honest, I'd never read a DC comic before then and just went to town with the idea and hired about 16 DC comics, this was one of the few I borrowed and I loved it straight away.
I found this comic entertaining, a great 'what if' scenario setting Batman and Superman as the villains at the beginning of the book and switching back as heroes towards the end.
I love the dialogue in the 'narrator' boxes as they take up the narrating themselves, but both of them have a different view on what's happening-yet end up coming to a similar conclusion of thought.
Now, both are brought up and stated they felt like they were brothers, yet I couldn't help feeling that the bromance was VERY heavy, don't get me wrong, it does show them showing interest sexually with women, yet they are very protective of one another and communicate on a much better scale than what they ever did in the cartoons. I think it's nice that it's heavy, simply because you can see their relationship anyway you like. I can see both and it doesn't put me off one bit either way! It's a brilliant way for the reader to decide how they'd like to see their relationship.
The art in this is brilliant as well, the action scenes are wonderfully drawn, and although this may not be the greatest of the 'Worlds Finest' series, I definitely think it's a must-buy and worth the money, at the very least, it'll entertain you on a rainy afternoon :)