DC Comics/Dark Horse Comics : Batman vs. Predator / Dave Gibbons, Doug Moench, Chuck Dixon, writers ; Andy Kubert, Paul Gulacy, Rodolfo Damaggio, pencillers ; Adam Kubert, Terry Austin, Robert Campanella, inkers ; Sherilyn Van Valkenburgh, Lovern Kindzierski [and four others], colorists ; Heroic Age, separator ; Adam Kubert, Todd Klein, John Costanza, letterers ; Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart, collection cover artists.
- ISBN: 9781401279011 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 1401279015 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: [United States]: DC Comics , 2017.
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For the first time, all three BATMAN VS. PREDATOR miniseries are collected into one massive bloody collection, including the Eisner Award-winning BATMAN VS. PREDATOR #1-3 by Dave Gibbons (WATCHMEN), Adam Kubert (SUPERMAN: LAST SON) and Andy Kubert (DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE) in DC COMICS/DARK HORSE COMICS: BATMAN VS. PREDATOR. While fear and darkness have always haunted the streets of Gotham City, a new terror has crept onto the rooftops and into the hearts of its citizens. An alien hunter known only as the Predator has come to Gotham to hunt its greatest warriors, and after a string of brutal murders, the Predator has its sights on Batman. In an epic showdown, the Dark Knight must use all of his skills, both martial and mental, to beat this otherworldly menace. After their first bloody contact, Batman faces off against the alien Predator a second time as a price is put on his head by a ruthless gangster. This time Batman enlists the help of the Huntress as he fends off both the assassins and the Predator. Finally, Batman and Robin must face a third incursion from space as a deadly gang war rages across the streets of Gotham. As Mr. Freeze and Catwoman entangle themselves in the web of death, Batman must learn to trust his young partner in order to defeat the alien menace for a third time.
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