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Batman/The Spirit

Batman/The Spirit
Publisher DC Comics
Format One-shot
Publication date January 2007
Number of issues 1
Main character(s) Batman
The Spirit
Creative team
Writer(s) Jeph Loeb
Penciller(s) Darwyn Cooke
Inker(s) J. Bone
Letterer(s) Comicraft
Colorist(s) Dave Stewart
Editor(s) Mark Chiarello
Collected editions
Will Eisner's The Spirit, Vol. 1 ISBN 1-4012-1461-4

Batman/The Spirit is a 2007 one-shot comic book written by Jeph Loeb with art by Darwyn Cooke and J. Bone. Published by DC Comics, the comic is a crossover between Batman and the Spirit.

Plot summary

When the American Criminologist Association holds its annual convention, its members are unaware that America's criminals are holding a gathering of their own. And when Batman's rogue gallery joins forces with the Spirit's colorful criminals, things can only get worse.


Batman/The Spirit won the 2007 Eisner Award for Best Single Issue. Colorist Dave Stewart won the Eisner for Best Coloring in part for his work on Batman/The Spirit.[1]

Darwyn Cooke won the 2007 Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Artist for Batman/The Spirit and his The Spirit ongoing series which followed.

Collected editions

Batman/The Spirit is included in the trade paperback Will Eisner's The Spirit, Vol. 1 (ISBN 1401214614).


External links

  • "Batman/The Spirit" at the Comic Book DB
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