> Definately would recomend The Long Halloween and Dark Victory, as both are some of the most entertaining Batman stories ever told.
I'll have it in mind. Thanks.
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(by Ash Williams, from Army of Darkness).
I'm going to 'big up' Long Halloween and Dark Victory. I think they're both more then credible. Ok, the ending was a bit 'whatsgoingonhere' but on the whole both books are a must for any Bat-Fan.
I think the problem with all Batman/Superman crossovers are the characters don't always work on the same format. Batman works best as a detective, Superman works trying to defeat some big bad. It's difficult to have a detective story for Bats to work out and a main antagonist for Superman to fight in one story.