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Superman and Batman versus Aliens and Predator


Superman and Batman versus Aliens and Predator is a comic book co-published by DC Comics and Dark Horse Comics. It was written by Mark Schultz, with art by Ariel Olivetti. It is a crossover in which Superman and Batman have to battle both the Aliens and Predator. While both superheroes have had crossovers with the monsters individually, this was the first time they were with both at the same time.[1] The two-part series was released on January 8 and then on February 14, 2007.[1]

Plot

The story takes place somewhere in the Andes. It is revealed that during the ice age, a Predator ship landed on Earth and could not leave because it could not escape its gravitational pull. The Predators landed in a (what was at the time) dormant volcano. Now in our modern time, a mountain climbing crew has gone missing in the Andes. Batman becomes the emissary of Superman, whom the Predators believe to be a sun spirit, through a show of strength. They decide to help the Predators leave Earth, for the good of themselves and the planet.

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See also

References

  • at the Comic Book DB

External links

  • DC's trade paperback information
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