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  • Title: Batman/Aliens 2
  • Author: Ian Edginton Staz Johnson James Hodgkins
  • ISBN: 9781401200817
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback

  • Featuring the deadly creatures from the Alien movie franchise, BATMAN ALIENS TWO is an intense science fiction thriller that pits the universe s deadliest creatures against the world s greatest hero When an unwitting construction crew accidentally uncovers an ancient sealed vault, Batman must defend Gotham City against a savage Alien killing spree But as the Darknight DeFeaturing the deadly creatures from the Alien movie franchise, BATMAN ALIENS TWO is an intense science fiction thriller that pits the universe s deadliest creatures against the world s greatest hero When an unwitting construction crew accidentally uncovers an ancient sealed vault, Batman must defend Gotham City against a savage Alien killing spree But as the Darknight Detective pursues his relentless quarry, he soon discovers a shocking government conspiracy and finds himself on a suicide mission up against Alien hybrid versions of the Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, Killer Croc, Two Face, and the Joker
    Ian Edginton Staz Johnson James Hodgkins
    Edginton sees part of the key to his success coming from good relationships with artists, especially D Israeli and Steve Yeowell as well as Steve Pugh and Mike Collins He is best known for his steampunk alternative history work often with the artist D Israeli and is the co creator of Scarlet Traces, a sequel to their adaptation of H.G Wells The War of the Worlds With 2000 AD we has written Leviathan, Stickleback and, with art by Steve Yeowell, The Red Seas as well as one off serials such as American Gothic 2005.His stories often have a torturous gestation Scarlet Traces was an idea he had when first reading The War of the Worlds, its first few instalments appeared on Cool Beans website, before being serialised in the Judge Dredd Megazine Also The Red Seas was initially going to be drawn by Phil Winslade and be the final release by Epic but Winslade was still tied up with Goddess and when ideas for replacement artists were rejected Epic was finally wound up the series only re emerging when Edginton was pitching ideas to Matt Smith at the start of his 2000 AD career.With D Israeli he has created a number of new series including Stickleback, a tale of a strange villain in an alternative Victorian London, and Gothic, which he describes as Mary Shelley s Doc Savage With Simon Davis he recently worked on a survival horror series, Stone Island, and he has also produced a comic version of the computer game Hellgate London with Steve Pugh.He is currently working on a dinosaurs and cowboys story called Sixgun Logic Also as part of Top Cow s Pilot Season he has written an Angelus one shoticbookdb creatorp IDenpedia wiki Ian_Edgi


    Commentaires:

    Sam Quixote
    Batman fights Aliens again – this time in Gotham!Ian Edginton and Staz Johnson’s crossover sequel to the surprisingly decent first book is also… surprisingly 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.It does go off the rails in t [...]

    Gianfranco Mancini
    Not bad at all, but after a strong start storyline went downfall for good.The Xenomorphs/Arkham Asylum innmates hybrids were weird, but I think the Joker one is still a better Joker than Jared L(ame)eto cinematic one XD

    Koen
    definitely an exciting issue this one! seeing some new breeds even tougher than before and Bats trying to get rid of them, all by himself, not wanting any help from Tim or Dick who's the tough guy, right ? ;)

    Andrew
    This is the concluding party of the series - there is really nothing much more to add since both parts follow on pretty much where the other left off. This means you can sit down and read it straight through without even stopping. The writer and artist are the same for both books and so the continuity is perfect. A fun read for a sunny afternoon.

    Adam Eckley
    It was hilarious to me because why would Batman be in Aliens?

    Alan
    The first Batman/Aliens story was a lot of fun and an imaginative use of both properties, but this one was enjoyable until the last issue where it sort of goes off the rails in terms of the conclusion and who the Bat actually ends up squaring off against. I would recommend this as a popcorn read for anyone who enjoys Batman, Aliens, and Lovecraft, who some of the backstory to this mini-series seems very indebted to. The ending left something to be desired, but otherwise, it is a fun read.

    Nathan Barnes
    The whole thing is a tad ludicrous but I think that was the point. Mixing two of my favorite characters alone is enough to earn three stars. There are a few great scenes, though.

    Gary Butler
    26th book read in 2015.Number 208 out of 454 on my all time book list.Follow the link below to see my video review:youtube/watch?v=t70XV

    bookstorecat
    Belongs on the "so bad it's good" shelf.

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