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Batman versus Predator II: Bloodmatch
Written by Doug Moench
Illustrated by Paul Gulacy
Inked by Terry Austin
Lettered by Todd Klein
Colored by Digital Chameleon
Carla Feeny
Lovern Kindzierski
Cover(s) by Paul Gulacy
Jackson Guice
Terry Austin
Edited by Michael Eury
Scott Peterson
Marilee Hord
Darren Vincenzo
Publisher Dark Horse Comics/DC Comics
Release date(s) Dec 1993-Mar 1994
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Batman versus Predator II: Bloodmatch is a four-issue limited crossover comic book series that was first published by Dark Horse Comics and DC Comics from December 1993-March 1994. It was written by Doug Moench, illustrated by Paul Gulacy, inked by Terry Austin, lettered by Todd Klein, colored by Digital Chameleon, Carla Feeny and Lovern Kindzierski, and edited by Michael Eury, Scott Peterson, Marilee Hord and Darren Vincenzo, with cover art by Gulacy, Jackson Guice and Austin.

Bloodmatch was a sequel to 1991's wildly popular Batman versus Predator, and was followed by the further sequel Batman versus Predator III: Blood Ties.

In the overall Dark Horse crossover comics line, Batman versus Predator II: Bloodmatch was preceded by Predator versus Magnus, Robot Fighter and was followed by Superman vs. Aliens.


In the aftermath of the events from Batman versus Predator, the Predators return to Earth to settle the score with the Caped Crusader, who is this time joined in the battle with the female superhero the Huntress. But Batman is already facing off against some of the deadliest human killers he's ever had to face.

Reprint HistoryEdit

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Cover to Batman versus Predator II: Bloodmatch trade paperback by Simon Bisley.

Batman versus Predator II: Bloodmatch was eventually collected in trade paperback form in January 1995, edited by Bob Kahan and Lynn Adair and featuring a new cover by artist Simon Bisley.

Behind the ScenesEdit

Veteran comics writer Doug Moench has worked on numerous titles throughout his career including Shang-Chi Master of Kung-Fu for Marvel Comics and on Detective Comics for DC.

Artist Paul Gulacy has had a similarly full career in comics, often collaborating with Moench on Batman work and elsewhere.

Trade paperback edition cover artist Simon Bisley is famous for his work with Heavy Metal Magazine, on the British comics character Judge Dredd, and on DC Comics' Lobo, among others. He also illustrated the story Aliens: Reapers and the cover of Dark Horse Presents: Aliens Platinum Edition for Dark Horse.


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