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Dark Horse Comics/DC Comics: Justice League Volume 2

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In this collection of DC Comics crossovers, Dark Horse brings never republished material featuring a host of heroes back to fans in a single volume. The JLA take on the most frightening hunters in the universe--the Predators--in adaptive superhero form! Batman teams up with Tarzan to resist the claws of the Catwoman as two orphan heroes protect their own jungles. Kyle Rayn In this collection of DC Comics crossovers, Dark Horse brings never republished material featuring a host of heroes back to fans in a single volume. The JLA take on the most frightening hunters in the universe--the Predators--in adaptive superhero form! Batman teams up with Tarzan to resist the claws of the Catwoman as two orphan heroes protect their own jungles. Kyle Rayner must don the mantle of Green Lantern to turn back the tide of Aliens that Hal Jordan once permitted to live. Super-teens join forces as Spyboy and his friends work alongside Young Justice to defeat nightmarish foes.


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In this collection of DC Comics crossovers, Dark Horse brings never republished material featuring a host of heroes back to fans in a single volume. The JLA take on the most frightening hunters in the universe--the Predators--in adaptive superhero form! Batman teams up with Tarzan to resist the claws of the Catwoman as two orphan heroes protect their own jungles. Kyle Rayn In this collection of DC Comics crossovers, Dark Horse brings never republished material featuring a host of heroes back to fans in a single volume. The JLA take on the most frightening hunters in the universe--the Predators--in adaptive superhero form! Batman teams up with Tarzan to resist the claws of the Catwoman as two orphan heroes protect their own jungles. Kyle Rayner must don the mantle of Green Lantern to turn back the tide of Aliens that Hal Jordan once permitted to live. Super-teens join forces as Spyboy and his friends work alongside Young Justice to defeat nightmarish foes.

30 review for Dark Horse Comics/DC Comics: Justice League Volume 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    DC and Dark Horse continue their collections of all their inter-company crossovers. I hope DC and Dark Horse not only continue collecting these stories but release collections of crossovers with other companies as well. JLA Versus Predator - 2 Stars Gimmicky and not very good. Some Predators show up with the exact same powers as the JLA. It felt very goofy because of it. Green Lantern vs. Aliens - 4 Stars I thought this was a pretty good match up of properties. Having Green Lanterns come across Xeno DC and Dark Horse continue their collections of all their inter-company crossovers. I hope DC and Dark Horse not only continue collecting these stories but release collections of crossovers with other companies as well. JLA Versus Predator - 2 Stars Gimmicky and not very good. Some Predators show up with the exact same powers as the JLA. It felt very goofy because of it. Green Lantern vs. Aliens - 4 Stars I thought this was a pretty good match up of properties. Having Green Lanterns come across Xenomorphs makes complete sense. I also liked the legacy aspect of the book where Kyle had to deal with a mess Hal left behind. It's something that I don't think Ron Marz explored nearly enough during the Kyle Rayner run. One thing I wish Marz had done was use less recognizable GL's. Some of the Lanterns Marz killed off are still in the regular book so this is obviously out of continuity. Rick Leonardi's art looks fantastic with Mike Perkins's inks. The art is still recognizable as Leonardi but it's much cleaner than his normal work. Batman/Tarzan: Claws of the Cat-Woman - 2 Stars Batman and Tarzan meet in an Elseworlds type story set in 1930's era Gotham. It's your standard Tarzan stuff. Bruce Wayne is hosting a new display of artifacts from Africa. Turns out the archaeologist stole them one one of the hundreds of hidden cities in the Africa of Tarzan lore. So Batman and Tarzan head to Africa to stop Finnegan Dent (No, I don't know why he's not named Harvey.) from going back and pilfering the rest of the city. Igor Cordey is like a terrible Chris Bachalo on steroids. The characters are drawn at weird angles, out of proportion, typically with humongous heads that make them look like they are wearing those giant African masks. Spyboy/Young Justice - 1 Star Not what I've come to expect from Peter David. The plot was just a bunch of nonsense. The 2 teams fought these super deformed versions of themselves. I'm not really sure why. The book was an actual chore to finish reading.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Victor Orozco

    Once again DC Comics brings together another collection of its crossovers with epic independent comic book company Dark Horse Comics. Having read the first collection I was more than eager to read this version. Basically, whenever I went shopping and saw the graphic novel collections of various DC Comics stories on the shelf, there would be the sets that really stick out because of the obvious crossovers. Superman vs Terminator, Batman, and Hellboy, Superman vs Predator, etc. Some stories have cau Once again DC Comics brings together another collection of its crossovers with epic independent comic book company Dark Horse Comics. Having read the first collection I was more than eager to read this version. Basically, whenever I went shopping and saw the graphic novel collections of various DC Comics stories on the shelf, there would be the sets that really stick out because of the obvious crossovers. Superman vs Terminator, Batman, and Hellboy, Superman vs Predator, etc. Some stories have caught my eye here and there, some which are not present in this set but I hope to see again in volume 3. This collection is still pretty good with plenty of nice surprises. JLA vs Predator - A rather messy story in which the Predators from the titular film series are out to hunt the Justice League of America in the mid-1990s. It is a VERY strange story. Predators hunt, so why go after the Justice League? It made no sense at all. Even weirder, why did they adapt to the powers of the League? That sounds more like Star Trek's Borg than the Predator. Failed story. F. Green Lantern vs Aliens - Now this is a great story. Basically, Hal Jordan starts it off prior to his corruption by Parallax as he heads a distress call to a ship that has been attacked by the titular Xenomorphs. I especially like how Hal deals with one of the rescued - a gorgeous woman who becomes the Bishop of the story. Everything appears settled until it comes back to haunt Kyle Rayner as he takes on the Xenomorphs again in a pretty solid followup. Although, because the Lanterns are all bright green color and well armed, most of the horror that made Alien/Aliens/Alien 3 really scary is almost exorcized. Still Really good. B+ Batman and Tarzan - WOW. Great story. Bruce Wayne basically hosts another museum benefit only in this case he's hosting with a prominent African born Englishman by the name of John Clayton, the Viscount of Greystoke. Things seem quiet at first until a gorgeous woman dressed in a costume resembling a cat comes to steal something from the exhibit as Batman attempts to stop her with the assistance of the great legend known as Tarzan. It turns out the Cat-woman is Khefretari, a princess of a secret African village known as Mamnon, hidden from the world its treasures have been lusted after by the outside world and one of them was taken by a greedy thief named Finnegan Dent. What starts in Gotham City ends up in the city of Mamnon as the Caped Crusader and the Legend of Greystoke stop the villains of this story. I haven't read much on Tarzan but I do love Edgar Rice Burroughs works and loved this story immensely. Tarzan doesn't have much of Batman's moral code so it was interesting seeing him capable of killing. Batman certainly is amazing in whatever he's in and really worked well with Tarzan. Do find it funny but convincing brought in a Two-Face in Finnegan Dent and a Catwoman in Khefretari. I got to say I do love that he has a type - cat costume hotties in black leather, a nice type. I would love to have a sequel to this, especially with Khefretari. I also appreciate how they had original sketches of making this more 1930's instead of the present day look that was finalized. I do like that 1930's Batman was similar to the original Bob Kane drawing and the Batplane with the pontoons, and Khefretari still looked great. Definitely buying this one separately. A Spyboy and Young Justice - Nice to see Young Justice but I got to say its a bit weird seeing the Spyboy characters having absolutely nothing on them. It felt weird and cannot absorb this well. Corny, silly and just plain stupid. F Some good, some very bad. C-

  3. 4 out of 5

    Zachary King

    Some really good stuff in here! Probably the most even of these collections so far. JLA VS PREDATOR - the late 90s JLA fights Predator doppelgängers in this one-shot. Slick clean art from Graham Nolan. GREEN LANTERN VS ALIENS - Kyle Rayner faces off against Xenomorphs stranded on Mogo. Interesting tie to Hal Jordan! BATMAN/TARZAN - dynamite crossover. I remember collecting this in single issues, and I'm glad to have a more permanent edition. Batman and Tarzan pursue a morally bankrupt treasure h Some really good stuff in here! Probably the most even of these collections so far. JLA VS PREDATOR - the late 90s JLA fights Predator doppelgängers in this one-shot. Slick clean art from Graham Nolan. GREEN LANTERN VS ALIENS - Kyle Rayner faces off against Xenomorphs stranded on Mogo. Interesting tie to Hal Jordan! BATMAN/TARZAN - dynamite crossover. I remember collecting this in single issues, and I'm glad to have a more permanent edition. Batman and Tarzan pursue a morally bankrupt treasure hunter to a lost city in Africa. SPYBOY/YOUNG JUSTICE - this crossover probably only appeals to fans of one team or the other, but it's a real slice of history from the DC Universe with the YJ team. Peter David brings the humor, and Todd Nauck's art is a real blast of nostalgia.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brannigan

    It was a lot of fun. I already owned the Tarzan story but it’s a great collection.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bud

    I enjoyed the Green Lantern story. I enjoyed Batman and Tarzan together as well.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Janek

    The first story was good. Downhill from there. Didn’t care for the Tarzan story.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rob Schamberger

  8. 5 out of 5

    Benjamin Lind

  9. 4 out of 5

    Bob Duval

  10. 4 out of 5

    Akua

  11. 5 out of 5

    Gilberto

  12. 5 out of 5

    Federico Kereki

  13. 4 out of 5

    Austin Plumb

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lukas Holmes

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kara

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brian

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mhorg

  18. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Lemke

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tim L Williams

  20. 4 out of 5

    Memphis Evans

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dwayne Hicks

  22. 5 out of 5

    Petra

  23. 4 out of 5

    Est

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lenny Nero

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gregory

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kirk Domenico

    Batman / Tarzan . Really ?

  27. 4 out of 5

    Matt

  28. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Smith

  29. 5 out of 5

    Derik

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kara_dz

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