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Superman and Batman vs. Alien and Predator (Superman/Batman)

2.66 of 5 stars 2.66  ·  rating details  ·  155 ratings  ·  15 reviews
DC's greatest icons, Superman and Batman, clash with the stars of the blockbuster Aliens and Predator movies from Twentieth Century Fox in a no-holds barred slugfest the likes of which the universe has never seen. In this graphic novel, Batman discovers that the relentless killing machines known as Aliens and the unstoppable race of hunters called Predators have formed a c ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published May 2nd 2007 by DC Comics (first published January 1st 2007)
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Dirk Grobbelaar
I seem to have enjoyed this for the very reasons others didn't.

Here's the deal: yes the Predators and the Aliens are somewhat ineffective here. Having Superman go up against them is like swatting a fly with a Ford Mustang: overkill.

And even although I love both the Alien and Predator franchises (I'm slightly partial to the Xenomorphs), I still enjoyed this silly little outing. It will appeal more to lovers of the DC characters than to fans of the films (or Dark Horse readers), because, like an
It's actually as ridiculous as you think it is.
Joseph Wetterling
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I giggled so hard throughout this.
Okay, so I'm a big fan of all four franchises...however this comic, which could have been much more, let me down.

The conceits in the story were wild stretches of the imagination, Lois was relegated to a mere presence, and so in a way was Batman.

Unsatisfying, but okay if you're looking for a dose of any of the afore mentioned franchises.
Zomick's  Bakery
Well as you can see I am currently reading this thing and ... yes! It is ridiculously entertaining...
I will not say 1 more word, this is going to be a short review of mine.
Adam Gutschenritter
Stumbled across this at the library and couldn't pass it up. Love everything about predators and this comic didn't disappoint!
Dull comic that rehashes the story from Alien Vs Predator the movie this time guest starring Superman and Batman. No excitement or chilly scenes like Aliens and/or Predator should be. Only mindless action and silly dialogue, all easily forgettable. Why do they sometimes draw Superman with a grotesquely large chin and neck? Aside from the fact that he looks ridiculous, it only stretches the credibility of him blending in as Clark Kent further than it already was. And I won't even go into the idea ...more
Not sure how people think this artwork is good. A better illustrator could have made the Aliens and Predators so much more menacing and threatening to our favorite heroes, which could have slightly saved the book. Imagine Saturday morning cartoon versions of Aliens and Predators fighting some of the most poorly written Batman and Superman characters ever, in a lackluster story that would be better served with fill-in-the-blank panels and speech bubbles.
What a bore. I didn't think it was possible to to take two of the greatest monsters of movie history and place them into such lackluster trash. And the art work was horrible and there was no real plot to the story to begin with. what a waste!
Nov 28, 2007 Petabyte rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: extremely bored desk clerks or, hyperactive toddlers
Shelves: kmks, scifi
Sucked the big one. The story was weak, the art was only so so. The Preds didn't kick ass. The Xenomorphs didn't kick ass. :( Don't waste your time on this one. Move on to the next in your Batman/Supes queue.
Brian Beatty
The only redeeming quality was Olivetti's artwork, really. The story was a bit bland, predictable, simple.
John Yelverton
This book looked so promising, but the end result was just a ho-hum story.
haven't read it but looks good
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