Spawn / Batman

Spawn / Batman

Frank Miller Todd McFarlane Tom Orzechowski Steve Oliff / Sep 20, 2019

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 he

  • Title: Spawn / Batman
  • Author: Frank Miller Todd McFarlane Tom Orzechowski Steve Oliff
  • ISBN: 9781582400198
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 villFrank 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.

    Spawn Batman Frank Miller Much like the Batman Spawn comic this book in general is ok however as a fan I love it the art work is much better and has a few pages that as a Batman Spawn fan put a smile in my face and is a great piece to have on your Batman or Spawn collection. spawn batman eBay Spawn Batman Image Comics Graphic Novel Frank Miller Todd McFarlane Frank Miller Graphic Novel Image Comics spawn batman image comics Spawn Batman Comics And Spawn Blood Feud . Time left d h left bids or Best Offer . shipping Image Comics DC Comics Spawn Batman Crossover Miller McFarlane. Spawn Batman comic Read Spawn Batman comic online in Spawn Batman The killer, holds high tech weapons and equipment, and wants the brains of the homeless to operate his creations, thus the decapitations When Batman meets Spawn, they mistake each other for the enemy, and engage in a series of battles, but upon realizing that they are after the same perpetrator, they work together operating on Spawn Batman by Frank Miller Spawn Batman is an entertaning piece of the dark era that spawned no pun intended during the s It tells a story of two heroes teaming up to defeat a common enemy, that is after a big unnecessary fight. Customer reviews Spawn Batman I love both Spawn and Batman, and seeing my two favorite comic book characters fight each other and work together hit me right in the nostalgia The pacing for the story felt right, and the artwork is worth the price of admission alone. Spawn Batman comic books mycomicshop Spawn Batman comic books It is a companion piece to Frank Miller s The Dark Knight Returns Untitled story, script by Frank Miller, art by Todd McFarlane Batman travels to New York City where he is duped by a twisted humanitarian into battling Spawn Spawn illustration by Greg Capullo.

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      • Frank Miller Todd McFarlane Tom Orzechowski Steve Oliff

        Frank Miller is an American writer, artist and film director best known for his film noir style comic book stories He is one of the most widely recognized and popular creators in comics, and is one of the most influential comics creators of his generation His most notable works include Sin City, The Dark Knight Returns, Batman Year One and 300.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.


    1. 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 Miller. Although Frank Miller has created some the most iconic comic book stories in the industry, he has also made some of the most atrocious garbage that you could wish to never come across. After all, what else would you call The Dark Knight Strikes Again, if not cow manure? Author of The Dark Kn [...]

    2. 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 eventually come together. Any time I look at this comic book, I'm taken back to middle school.

    3. 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 hate the Goddamn Batman, you’re not going to like this one either. I like Miller’s take on the character because he writes him as a sociopathic rage machine in a cowl - no one else writes Batman in this distinct way and I think it’s hilarious.The plot to this brief 50 page one-shot is nec [...]

    4. 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 fight. Batman seriously have to take courses on diplomacy, eh?For those who ask how did this crossover happened, it simply did, with just a hint of being an elseworld story.Except for the fact that we have Spawn and Batman as protagonists, this comic has nothing much to offer. Like many 80s and 90s [...]

    5. 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 remotely. Reading this made me realize how good it is not to be a teen anymore since damn, is this book stupid and clichéd. And considered that the author is known for writing Batman and the artists is the one who had created Spawn you would think that both “heroes” are at least in-character but no [...]

    6. Como casi todos los crossover entre dos editoriales diferentes, esto apesta más a macaneo económico que a verdadera historia. Una pobre excusa para ver dibujos de forzudos en malla, y capas locas y "oscuridad" berreta. No le pongo una estrella porque tiene dibujos decentes y al menos no es incoherente ni pretensiosa

    7. 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 if this story takes place in New York City, it's more focused on Batman than the previous Batman/Spawn crossover.Artwork is very good, although a sometimes-grinning Batman looks strange. The story is interesting, I really enjoyed the scene with Alfred, but I didn't like Batman's dialogues - he sound [...]

    8. 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 cartoony thing has gotten to me. Batman's dialogue is goofy. Alfred gets some funny lines, though.

    9. Awesome and fun!What a great mix of dark, dingy characters to do battle, cooperate, and then do battle again!Frank Miller is awesome, as always, and Tod McFarlane, the best thing out of Canada, is pretty cool too. Fun, fun, fun.

    10. I was in the middle of reading through all of Frank Miller's Batman comics for my blog, when I came across this one: an inter-company crossover so little-remembered, it's barely even glossed over on Miller's page. And, to be honest, it's not exactly a hidden gem. The premise--a female villain from Spawn's past using the decapitated heads of New York City's homeless as brains for a cyborg army--is both paper-thin and almost certainly carried over from one of Miller's rejected scripts for RoboCop [...]

    11. Spawn / Batman is your basic and typical by-the-books crossover story whenever 2 competing Superheroes hook up. Their paths cross. They kick each other's asses. They join forces. They take down an Arms Dealer. They save the city. They go their separate ways. Then end.This book could have been so much better and a whole lot more meaningful if it wasn't just a one-shot deal. How can you expect to really have any depth story-wise if all we get is one comic book? Most crossovers of this magnitude wi [...]

    12. It is a simple story, something is taking the homeless and turning them into cyborgs. One turns up in Gotham and leads Batman to the big apple. Of course the two have to fight and Batman is winning at first but then Spawn turns on the hellish magic and, well Batsy runs off to lick his wounds. He orders a weapon from the batcave and Alfred sends it so Batman. Round 2 now happens and Batman with this weapon can equal Spawn and his superpower of being a hellspawn. Then the homeless cyborgs attack B [...]

    13. "Eye candy" ohne InhaltHier treffen zwei aufeinander, die beide ein bisschen gaga sind - nein, nicht Batman und Spawn, sondern Frank Miller und Todd McFarlane. Eigentlich ein Traumduo. McFarlane's Figuren sind wie meist total überzeichnet, nicht ganz so wie bspw. bei Jim Lee, aber doch echt übermenschlich. Miller schreibt seine kargen Dialoge, für die er berühmt ist.Inhaltlich ist nix drin in diesem Titel, aber es ist göttlich mitzuerleben, wie zwei so düstere Gestalten sich die Seele aus [...]

    14. Spawn / Batman is a crossover story in which two tataly different hero's meet. this in itself creates a conflict in which they kick each other's asses then join forces. They take down an Arms Dealer while saving the city. Todd McFarlane does the art in this book and that makes it different from any other crossover comic. The mans skills and drawings are a whole different ballgame.And my one critism is that the comic is way too short it could have taken several episodes/parts just to see how Mill [...]

    15. The story I'm sad to say was garbage, and I have heard Frank Miller is better than this. Being my intro to him after hearing great things, I'm shocked. I know it's a comic but the only thing that saves this one is the artwork. I haven't read many comics but some were way better stories with terrible art, and I enjoyed them more. This story is all about homeless being taken off the streets and turned into weapons. Very basic story, maybe that is what they were going for, but it could have had way [...]

    16. Who knew, Frank Miller actually managed to do a decent comic? The best Batman crossovers are those that explore the psychology of the characters involved and it seems as though these two very disparate characters might have a decent amount in common. Plus McFarlane's Spawn artwork meshes surprisingly well, even if this time through Batman is more Punisher than Dark Knight Detective. But WHY!?!? Was there no Joker/The Clown meeting? That writes itself!

    17. This was one of my favorite comic books growing up. I was so overwhelmed by the aggression and darkness in the artwork And Frank Miller's rough and tough dialogue. I was always very conflicted reading this book because I love both characters a great deal. I have many Spawn issues and way too many Batman books in my library but this one book will always hold a special place in my heart, so I can't necessarily judge it objectively. I love it.

    18. Having Frank write The Bat again was nice, and I'm sure it sold a ton of copies of this scatterbrained book (and by extension, the DC companion book as well, which featured a trio of Batman writers teamed with Klaus Janson).Some of the art is really stylish (if you like Todd McFarlane at his best, this is for you) and some of the story works but it really falls apart in the last act. I felt like the book needed a few more pages to make it all gel.

    19. The characters of Batman and Spawn are two of my favorites in the Superhero genre. The writers/creators of Frank Miller and Todd McFarlane I am also a fan of. Oh, my disappointment with this team-up book. There is a bunch of fighting between the two and then a reluctant joining in order to thwart a missile that will destroy a populated city. There just isn't a lot of engaging story here. Spawn/ Batman offers action and decent artwork but the plot really lacks.

    20. Va bene, c'è stato un periodo degli anni '90 dove i crossover tra case editrici andavano forte, chiaro segno di una mancanza di idee oramai cronica, nonché della ricerca di puro profitto non importa a quanto discredito del media usato.Tra i tanti crossover editoriali del periodo, questo è uno dei peggiori e non bastano certo i nomi di Frank Miller, Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo da soli a fare la storia. Però sembra sia servito a vendere.

    21. It feels like this comic was written just to give Batman and Spawn to needlessly beat the crap out of each other. I do like McFarlan's art style and I love the long flowing capes of both Batman and Spawn. I have read some of McFarlane's work on Spider-Man and I have read plenty of Frank Miller. This cross over was a nice way to get a good double dose of the two comic book men.

    22. En su momento, cuando era mucho menos exigente con los comics que leía, me gustó bastante poco. Ahora creo que me gustaría menos todavía, pero no tengo intenciones de releerlo a corto o mediano plazo, así que me quedaré con la duda hasta entonces. Cuando finalmente lo haga, quizás se gane su correspondiente reseña.

    23. I love Batman, and Spawn seems like he could be interesting, but their first crossover is a showcase of what went wrong with comics in the 90s: ridiculously proportioned superheroes; thin, macho plots; too many splash pages; and endless, endless punching. An artefact of an era, but not a good read.

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