Spawn / Batman

Spawn / Batman







Frank Miller, author of The Dark Knight Returns, Batman: Year One and Sin City, brings Batman to New York City in his search for an arsenal of high-tech weapons and robots that use decapitated human heads as their brains. Antagonistic, confrontational and suspicious of each other, Spawn and Batman engage in violent battles before realizing they are both after the same villain. Grudgingly, they decide to work together. The person they seek has been kidnapping and decapitating the homeless for use in the robots, but that�s only part of the plan: there is also a nuclear arsenal ready to be deployed. Will Spawn and Batman be able to foil the plan to destroy the world? It�s a story filled with many twists and turns and a surprise ending that affected Spawn for years afterward.


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  • Gianfranco Mancini

    Storyline is a lame excuse to make the Hellspawn battle Bats like two spoiled brats and Miller's depiction of a psychopatic Batman ia almost as bad as the one in All-Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Won...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    You can find my review on our blog by clicking here.Call me insane, but I’m on a mission here. If there’s one comic book legend that I vow to know inside and out, it’s going to have to be Frank ...

  • Daniel Clausen

    I've had this one in my collection for a long time. Perhaps the story is a bit short and underwhelming, but it's hard to hate the artwork. And it's absolutely a joy to see these two fight and then eve...

  • Sam Quixote

    How do you feel about Frank Miller’s Batman? For me, Frank Miller’s take on Batman is always an enjoyable experience, yes even the much reviled “All Star Batman & Robin”, but if you especially...

  • Jedi JC Daquis

    Spawn/Batman is an entertaning piece of the dark era that spawned (no pun intended) during the 90s. It tells a story of two heroes teaming up to defeat a common enemy, that is after a big unnecessary ...

  • Andre

    I recently reread this comic since I remembered liking it as a teen and since I saw some other books, films, comics that I still like I wondered whether this would be one of them.Was it? Not even remo...

  • East Bay J

    This is your fairly typical crossover type book. The heroes meet, beat hell outta' each other then team up to beat the real bad guy. McFarlane's art in this book is pretty cool but I guess the cartoon...

  • Max's Comic Reviews and Lists

    Well....that was y'know.....something. I haven't read a Frank Miller book since his Daredevil run, and that was him at the top of his game. This, however, was entertaining yet annoying. Let me just sa...

  • Dovile

    A second Batman/Spawn crossover, but this one is not a sequel to the first story. This is set in Frank Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns continuity and takes place years before TDKR. And while ...

  • Edwin Vazquez

    Amazing artwork, lousy story. Good for a Todd McFarlene fan, bad for a Batman fan. ...