almediah.fr
» » Batman: Aliens 2 (Batman (Graphic Novels))

Download Batman: Aliens 2 (Batman (Graphic Novels)) eBook

by Ian Edginton

Download Batman: Aliens 2 (Batman (Graphic Novels)) eBook
ISBN:
1401200818
Author:
Ian Edginton
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
DC Comics (September 1, 2003)
Pages:
160 pages
EPUB book:
1635 kb
FB2 book:
1625 kb
DJVU:
1502 kb
Other formats
mbr txt mobi lrf
Rating:
4.6
Votes:
859


The first Batman/Alien crossover was phenomenal.

The first Batman/Alien crossover was phenomenal. and one of the most interesting aspects of all was that it spun off directly from a 'Dark Horse Presents' short Aliens story. purely ridiculous storylines. early in the 20th century an explorer and his party high up in the mountains discover a hive of Aliens on Earth

Batman/Aliens 2 book. Shelves: graphic-novels. 26th book read in 2015. Number 208 out of 454 on my all time book list.

Batman/Aliens 2 book. Ian Edginton and Staz Johnson’s crossover sequel to the surprisingly decent first book is als. urprisingly decent! Story-wise, the title and cover say it all: Batman tangles with Xenomorphs. It’s not the most cerebral of plots and it shouldn’t be. But the action scenes are well-done in that the fighting is imaginative and exciting and the art is suitably dynamic – I definitely wasn’t bored reading this.

Writer: Ian Edginton. Artist: Staz Johnson. Publication date: December 2002 - February 2003. the Dark Knight Detective known as Batman!

Writer: Ian Edginton. the Dark Knight Detective known as Batman! Issue(s). Issue Issue Issue Please do NOT spoil content of NEXT issues.

Batman/Aliens is a crossover between the Batman and Aliens comic book franchises. It was published in 1997. A sequel was released in 2003

Batman/Aliens is a crossover between the Batman and Aliens comic book franchises. A sequel was released in 2003. He encounters an American Special Ops team hunting a target, and both are set upon by the Aliens

Batman/Aliens is a crossover between the Batman and Aliens comic book franchises.

Ron Marz (vol. 1) Ian Edginton (vol. 2). Penciller(s). Batman/Aliens is a crossover between the Batman and Aliens comic book franchises. It was published in 1997

BATMAN/ALIENS II. . Collecting the miniseries that brought the ferocious Aliens into Batman's backyard again!

BATMAN/ALIENS II. Now that evil has escaped, and only Batman can stop it!

We have the world's largest selection of Batman comic books and graphic novels. Written by Ian Edginton. Art and cover by Staz Johnson and James Hodgkins. Collecting the miniseries that brought the ferocious Aliens into Batman's backyard again!

We have the world's largest selection of Batman comic books and graphic novels. Collecting the miniseries that brought the ferocious Aliens into Batman's backyard again!

Manufacturer: Titan Books Ltd Release date: 24 October 2003 ISBN-10 : 1840237341 ISBN-13: 9781840237344.

After leaving Gotham City for the Amazon forest, Batman faces his newest challenge among the Mayan ruins as he encounters an intergalactic infestation of bloodthirsty Aliens
  • Owomed
...in fact, you may want to pay to avoid this comic. I doubt that's what the authors or DC/Dark Horse had in mind, but this is awful.

I bought it because I read a review that said it was one of the craziest, strangest things that had happened to the Batman. Now, I'm down with crazy and strange. What I'm not down with is bad.

SPOILERS AHEAD:
In a nutshell, Batman has to go up against Xenomorphs that have been mutated, combining their DNA with that of several of our favorite Arkham Asylum residents...it's an Army thing...super warriors, you know? The idea isn't all that bad, but the execution is horrendous. The writers took a neat conceit and blew it. David Fincher did the mixed DNA thing very well in Alien 3, and Alien 4 was an odd but creative misfire that extended it. This one just blows up the shotgun barrel.

The art makes it worth a star. Otherwise, avoid at all costs.
  • Voodoolkree
The first Batman/Alien crossover was phenomenal...with excellent art, a great story...and one of the most interesting aspects of all was that it spun off directly from a 'Dark Horse Presents' short Aliens story. However, Batman/Aliens 2 suffers from what most other Dark Horse/DC Crossovers have done as of late...purely ridiculous storylines.
The story starts out well enough...early in the 20th century an explorer and his party high up in the mountains discover a hive of Aliens on Earth. After mass casualties, the explorer returns...obsessed with the Alien he is carrying inside him, and making sure to preserve it. Fast forward to the present, in Gotham...the explorer's underground facility is found, and huge plot hole or two later, one very old alien is loose in Gotham under the control of one of the explorer's cohorts, who herself is holding a dark secret.
Decent enough, but when an organization raids Arkham Asylum for some of Gotham's worst (resulting in one of the most hilarious and memorable Joker lines in recent history), the story just takes a turn for the worst. Soon, after another plot hole, we have Alien mutant hybrids running around that talk, wear army fatigues, and carry guns.
I almost threw the book down in disgust near the end, but I forced myself to finish it. It was probably too much to ask to see a Batman/Aliens sequel that was as good as the original, which is the case with most comic book sequels, but they definitely could've done better than this. It seems that Alien Resurrection not only ruined the movie franchise, but the comic franchise as well, in that this book has the same general idea: cloned, mutant Aliens that are horrible mockeries of the original creature. I could've lived with Aliens that had taken some of the characteristics of the villains, but not the mockeries that were in this book.
Maybe I'm being too hard on it...it is a comic book after all, and comic books are all subject to fantasy and interpretation...but is it too much to ask to leave the Aliens the way they were meant to be, and not follow in the footsteps of the abysmal Alien vs. Predator vs. Terminator comic, or the Alien: Resurrection ideas?
I don't recommend this comic to anyone, unless they are die-hard Alien or Batman fans. Even then, unless you like either Batman or Aliens no matter how awful the story is, you probably won't like this comic. I'm very sorry to say that this is one of the worst Dark Horse/DC Crossovers I have ever read, and certainly one of the stupidest Alien mutations I've seen yet in the comics.
  • Yannara
Great story......the art work isnt so great but its a good reaad and if your a Batman fan you will enjoy it.
  • Gtonydne
Several years after Batman fought the Xenomorphs in Mexico, it seems some of the local authorities in Gotham City have discovered a 70 year old underground lab where someone was doing secret experiments but it seems the experiment is still alive after all these years and on the loose in town. The caped crusader himself is reminded of what happened several years earlier as he knows about this kind of beast from space that bleeds acid for blood, mutilates people and all that including make eggs that create facehuggers that can impregnate people's chests with snake-like parasitic creatures that quickly grow into that monstrosities. However a female scientist decides that they can be a useful weapon as she uses the genes of Arkham Asylum inmates like Joker, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, Harvey Dent, Killer Croc and Mr. Freeze combined with xenomoprhs to create half-human half-xenomorph mutant being soldier versions of themselves to take on Batman.

A highly entertaining and action packed follow-up to Dark Horse Comics and DC's bizarre crossover "Batman vs. Predator"! i gotta say this doesn't let anyone down as it knows how to have crazy ideas like splicing DNA of humans and xenomorphs alike to make humanoid mutant soldiers but works well. The artwork by Staz Johnson and inking by James Hodgins is very well done even with the mutant xenomorphic beings which were very creative i should say. There's lots of action and suspense thrown in here, i should say it's a bizarre Batman story but very well done.