Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II

Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II

Two of the most popular culture franchises of all time go toe to shell when Batman teams up with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the highly anticipated second volume of this epic crossover event, BATMAN/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES II! Trapped in a world where they can scarcely tell friend from foe, the Turtles' first encounter with the Dark Knight puts their fighting s Two of the most popular culture franchises of all time go toe to shell when Batman teams up with the Teenage Mutant N...

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Title:Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II
Author:James Tynion IV
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1401280315
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:160 pages pages

Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II Reviews

  • Alejandro
    Aug 13, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

  • Ron
    Sep 26, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

  • Trey
    Jul 24, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

    Shredder, subdued in Vol. 1, has left a power vacuum that is filled when Bane accidentally crosses over to the Turtle-verse. Now the Turtles (plus Splinter, April, and Casey Jones) band together with Batman (plus Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing) to set things right. The inherent problem ...

  • Wayne McCoy
    Aug 29, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

  • Ea Solinas
    Aug 26, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

  • Sam Quixote
    Aug 15, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

  • Nathaniel Darkish
    Jun 12, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

  • Seth Runyon
    Aug 25, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

    Shredder, subdued in Vol. 1, has left a power vacuum that is filled when Bane accidentally crosses over to the Turtle-verse. Now the Turtles (plus Splinter, April, and Casey Jones) band together with Batman (plus Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing) to set things right. The inherent problem ...

    Two of my favorite things - Batman and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The artwork is great and the story is good. These superheroes live in different realities, and when Bane ends up in TMNT's New York, Batman, and Robin crossover to assist in taking care of the big bad. They even get h...

    ...

  • Will Robinson Jr.
    Jun 15, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

  • Cyndi
    Sep 02, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

  • Brandon Martin
    Sep 01, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

    Shredder, subdued in Vol. 1, has left a power vacuum that is filled when Bane accidentally crosses over to the Turtle-verse. Now the Turtles (plus Splinter, April, and Casey Jones) band together with Batman (plus Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing) to set things right. The inherent problem ...

    Two of my favorite things - Batman and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The artwork is great and the story is good. These superheroes live in different realities, and when Bane ends up in TMNT's New York, Batman, and Robin crossover to assist in taking care of the big bad. They even get h...

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  • Jon
    Jul 28, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

  • Nicole
    Aug 13, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

  • Robert
    Oct 10, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

  • Colby Searcy
    Aug 07, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

  • Colby Searcy
    Aug 07, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

  • Brendan Ferraro
    Aug 14, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

  • Jason Stanley
    Aug 18, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

    Shredder, subdued in Vol. 1, has left a power vacuum that is filled when Bane accidentally crosses over to the Turtle-verse. Now the Turtles (plus Splinter, April, and Casey Jones) band together with Batman (plus Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing) to set things right. The inherent problem ...

    Two of my favorite things - Batman and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The artwork is great and the story is good. These superheroes live in different realities, and when Bane ends up in TMNT's New York, Batman, and Robin crossover to assist in taking care of the big bad. They even get h...

  • Chad
    Sep 01, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

  • Khurram
    Aug 16, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

  • Charles Mitchell
    Oct 06, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

  • Theediscerning
    Aug 15, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

  • Christopher Scott Pua
    May 07, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

    Shredder, subdued in Vol. 1, has left a power vacuum that is filled when Bane accidentally crosses over to the Turtle-verse. Now the Turtles (plus Splinter, April, and Casey Jones) band together with Batman (plus Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing) to set things right. The inherent problem ...

    Two of my favorite things - Batman and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The artwork is great and the story is good. These superheroes live in different realities, and when Bane ends up in TMNT's New York, Batman, and Robin crossover to assist in taking care of the big bad. They even get h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Trevor
    Sep 18, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

    Shredder, subdued in Vol. 1, has left a power vacuum that is filled when Bane accidentally crosses over to the Turtle-verse. Now the Turtles (plus Splinter, April, and Casey Jones) band together with Batman (plus Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing) to set things right. The inherent problem ...

    Two of my favorite things - Batman and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The artwork is great and the story is good. These superheroes live in different realities, and when Bane ends up in TMNT's New York, Batman, and Robin crossover to assist in taking care of the big bad. They even get h...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Robert
    Aug 24, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

  • Jeremiah
    Aug 30, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

    Shredder, subdued in Vol. 1, has left a power vacuum that is filled when Bane accidentally crosses over to the Turtle-verse. Now the Turtles (plus Splinter, April, and Casey Jones) band together with Batman (plus Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing) to set things right. The inherent problem ...

    Two of my favorite things - Batman and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The artwork is great and the story is good. These superheroes live in different realities, and when Bane ends up in TMNT's New York, Batman, and Robin crossover to assist in taking care of the big bad. They even get h...

    ...

    ...

  • Silverscarf
    Aug 15, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

  • Joseph Vasquez
    Apr 20, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...

    great comic for kids of all ages ...

    Amazing story and amazing art work I highly recommend. ...

    clever, entertaining, and over the top ...

    Shredder, subdued in Vol. 1, has left a power vacuum that is filled when Bane accidentally crosses over to the Turtle-verse. Now the Turtles (plus Splinter, April, and Casey Jones) band together with Batman (plus Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing) to set things right. The inherent problem ...

    Two of my favorite things - Batman and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The artwork is great and the story is good. These superheroes live in different realities, and when Bane ends up in TMNT's New York, Batman, and Robin crossover to assist in taking care of the big bad. They even get h...

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  • Taylor
    Sep 16, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

  • Brandon Nichols
    Sep 04, 2018

    I a huge fan of both Batman and the TMNT so I knew I was either going to love it for doing everything right or hate it fit the errors. I loved it. I think the artwork suits the story and characters brilliantly. The story is also great. There are a few more fights then the fist book I w...

    Brains over brawls! I bought this in its single comic book issues, but I?ve chosen this TPB edition to make a better overall review. This TPB edition collects ?Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II? #1-6. Do not confuse with the two previously published crossover min...

    If could do just one long burp, that?d about sum up this book. So Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cross-over again because I suppose the first one sold well enough! James Tynion IV writes Donatello out of character by making him kinda dumb and kinda weak. Feeling inse...

    The best thing about this was Freddie Williams's art. I love his new approach with shading. It gives the characters a nice finished texture. The story is very over the top. Bane gets transported to the TMNT universe and takes over the Foot, roiding everyone up on Venom. Batman and R...

    Excellent art and story line. The teen turtles add some humor to the dour Batman and especially his sour side kick, Robin. ...

    Well that was...OK? Honestly, I enjoyed the writer taking the piss out of Bane's over-the-top megalomaniacal tirades, but honestly he could have used some more (useful) support in the villainous dialogue department as it became quite monotonous after a while, much like Donatello's "...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    ** I received anARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ** Just as good as the first volume, if not better! Poor Donatello is super down on himself after accidentally reopening the portal and allowing Bane to reek havoc on New York City. Then he feels he has to keep put...

    After the shock of seeing me give the first book in this series three stars, comes ? well, what I had expected all along. Here the two franchises just don't gel, and the crossover between the two of them is needless. Of course, the creators have had to go further than before, so it's...

    Undeniable Charm? Check! Heart-wrenching Emotion? Check! Action-packed fun? You better believe it! This book has all of this and then some. While Volume 1 of the Batman/TMNT team-up was great in it's own way, there were definitely some faults that were corrected upon here. The personal...

    Another great adventure featuring the Dark Knight and the Ninja mutant teens! James Tynion IV is somewhat of a protege to Scott Snyder when comes to writing Batman stories, so I expect the Batman stuff in this book to be solid. To my Surprise Tynion writes the Turtles really well. In f...

    The first encounter between the Dark Knight and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a rousing success, despite sounding like a crossover story dreamt up in some kid's toy box. So inevitably DC Comics and IDW Publishing decided to have their best-beloved comic-book characters encoun...

    I loved this book so freaking much. Even more than I loved the first Batman/TMNT arc, which I raved about to people who most certainly didn't care about anything I was talking about. Crossovers like this, especially ones that feature different universes and extensive histories and div...

    I loved the previous two crossovers between Batman and the TMNT, one being the first volume that connects with this one, and also the crossover between the 2012 TMNT series and Batman the Animated Series. So this was an instant pre-order. I did enjoy this, but maybe not quite as much a...

    'Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by James Tynion contimues one of my favorite crossovers in fine fashion. The Turtles and Batman live in different universes, but Donatello remembers how helpful Batman was to the team last time, so he forces open a dimensional rift to get Bat...

    Donatello tried to contact Batman, but got switched with Bane. Batman and Robin managed to cobble up another portal device so that they could try to retrieve Bane who had gotten Stockman to create a new supply of Venom which he tested on foot soldiers. Plenty of turtle and Robin bondin...

    This was the first comic book that I have ever read, and I really liked it! The illustrations looked really nice, However, I was confused sometimes when reading the book, it took awhile for me to see that it kept jumping back and forth to different scenes, right when something was abou...

    I loved this volume as much as the first one. In this one, Donatello tries to contact Batman, but inadvertently brings Bane to the TMNT universe. Bane takes over the Foot, and Batman crosses over to help the TMNT bring him down. Sounds cheesy, but it really isn't. ...

    A fun Donatello-centered story. Bane's talent for theatrical gestures does not go to waste. Hope to see a volume III sometime soon. ...