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Superman/Batman vs Aliens/Predator | Paperback

Released on 22 June 2007

Author: Mark Schultz | Format: Paperback

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Comment: Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Your purchase also supports literacy charities.

The dark knight, the man of steel, and the two most dangerous alien species they have ever encountered... When a group of explorers goes missing near a dormant volcano in the Andes mountains, Clark Kent and Lois Lane are sent to investigate. Meanwhile, the Batman is following leads of his own, following unprecedented worldwide sightings of Predators. But in the volcano's heart, both Superman and Batman discover something they'd never expected - and unless they can stop it, the Earth is doomed! Mark Schultz ("Aliens, Cadillacs & Dinosaurs") and Ariel Olivetti ("Punisher War Journal") present an all-action battle to the bitter end!

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 Yes I know its cheap

| | See all MrJJonz's reviews (49)

And I realise it has Bats, Supes, Aliens aaannnd Predators, but (and this is a big but) the story and writing is poor and I don't mean in a cheesy enjoyable way. I mean in a taking itself too seriously way. And as for the artwork - it is terrible - just no redeeming features of it. I wish I could give this no stars.

 should have been better

| | See all Mattyblundell's reviews (1)

O dear o dear, what a cool idea. Some serious sci-fi heavy weights aswell as good old superman and the dark knight himself. However by having such a stupid storyline that doesnt have one single redeeming quality the potential of this title is never reached.
I took a chance on it and wished I hadn't

AuthorMark Schultz & Ariel Olivetti
PublisherTitan Books Ltd (United Kingdom)
FormatPaperback - 112 Pages
Illustrationscolour comic strip illustrations