Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by James Tynion IVThe cross-over you never saw coming: BATMAN/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, now in a deluxe edition, complete with scripts, variant covers and other behind the scenes materials! Join the Bat and some teenage turtles as they try to save their cities from the baddest of the bad guys!
NEW YORK CITY. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles face the battle of a lifetime, fighting both the fearsome Foot Clan and their leader, the Shredder, and the alien forces of General Krang...which is exactly Krangs plan. Now a single dimensional warp can rid him of both of his greatest rivals at once.
GOTHAM CITY. From the Penguin to Killer Croc to Ras al Ghul and beyond, the caped crime-fighter called Batman already has his hands full protecting his city. Suddenly, a new enemy emerges--the Shredder and his ninja followers, transported to Gotham and unleashed upon an unsuspecting world. Now theyre on the hunt for the technology that will help them return home...and conquer Gotham City in the process, with the help of Batmans deadliest rogues. But heroes come in all shapes, and the Dark Knight does not fight alone.
As the Caped Crusader joins forces with Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, Raphael and Master Splinter, can the Bat, the Rat and the Turtles take down the most vicious villains from two dimensions?
DC Comics and IDW Publishing proudly present BATMAN/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES! This deluxe edition collects issues#1-6 and DIRECTORS CUT #1, featuring bonus material including all retailer variants, full scripts to each issue, character concept drawings by Freddie Williams III and pencils to issue #1.
Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Vol 1
Now Playing: Batman Vs. Who could have guessed that Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles would wind up being two great tastes that taste great together? While the first miniseries brought the villainous Foot Clan to Gotham and the second brought longtime Batman foe, Bane, to NYC, the third series is getting bigger than ever before as Krang--though probably not the Krang you might be familiar with--poses a threat to the multiverse itself. Issue 2 continues the multiversal insanity as Batman and the Turtles are pitted against strange black-and-white doppelgangers of themselves that may or may not be from some other dimension. Or, maybe, something even more insidious is at play. Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email news gamespot.
Afterwards, she is taunted by one of the inmates there, the Joker. Back at Wayne Manor , Donatello communicates with Cyborg and the Justice League to slow the affects of the mutagen's nonexistence. During this time, Leo trains with Batman, and the group eats pizza together, inciting Raphael's wrath at their seemingly flippant attitude towards the Turtles' and Splinter's regression. He accuses Batman of being a thrill-seeker and vows not to work with him before splitting from the team. Meanwhile, Shredder, with Ra's al Ghul's aid, activates another machine, from which Casey Jones appears.
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The Turtles and their arch-enemy the Shredder have been transported to an alternate universe by Krang. Here, in Gotham City , they meet Batman and clash with a series of his famous " rogues gallery " while attempting to find their way home. During a battle with the alien conqueror Krang , the Turtles, their master Splinter and their archenemy Shredder , have been transported to an alternate universe with a good number of Foot ninjas. While the Foot attempt to steal various components from labs all around Gotham to work out a means of returning home, as well as abducting a scientist doing research into cross-dimensional travel, the Turtles intercept the various thefts, although the Foot still depart with their gathered equipment. Batman is puzzled by the inhuman descriptions of some of the participants and at the fact that the crimes were committed by ninjas.
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later, I guess: this story is starting to feel a little long. And, to be entirely clear, that does not mean that this is a bad issue, just a disappointing one. Aside from a few isolated moments of greatness, the fourth issue of the third crossover between these two beloved properties feels more like place-setting than anything else. There are some truly stellar pages here. On a fairly basic level it just looks so cool, with the imposing Shredder looming over a horde of Foot Clan ninjas.