Cover of the trade paperback collection of the series. Art by Bernie Wrightson.
|Publisher||Dark Horse Comics, working with DC Comics|
|Publication date||March - April 1997|
|Number of issues||2|
|Batman/Aliens Two||ISBN 1-4012-0081-8|
Batman meets a handful of mercenaries when he has to travel on a "mission of mercy" near the Guatemala and Mexico borderline. Into the jungle, the group finds a spaceship and later discovers they have to prevent an Alien outbreak, besides saving themselves.
In 1927, an explorer discovered something frozen in the Alaska ice, and he brought it home with him to Gotham City, where he sealed himself in a lab. It remained undiscovered until a present day construction crew broke it open to find the explorer torn apart.
Dr. Fortune, an army scientist, soon gets wind of this and hatches a plan to combine the aliens with DNA from Arkham Asylum inmates to create a xenomorph/supervillain hybrid capable of keeping the superheroes in check.
The stories have been collected into trade paperbacks:
- Batman/Aliens (by Ron Marz and Bernie Wrightson, 128 pages, 1998, Titan Books, ISBN 1-85286-887-2, Dark Horse, ISBN 1-56971-305-7)
- Batman/Aliens Two (by Ian Edginton and Staz Johnson, 160 pages, 2003, Titan Books, ISBN 1-84023-734-1, DC, ISBN 1-4012-0081-8)
- Batman: Dead End, a fan film where Batman fights groups of both the Predator and Aliens.
- Batman versus Predator, a comic book confrontation with the Predator
- Aliens, the comic series
- Superman and Batman versus Aliens and Predator (by Mark Schultz and Ariel Olivetti, 2-issue mini-series, January 2007)
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