(1995)

DC, 1995 Series
 
Price:
4.95 USD; 6.75 CAD
Pages:
52
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
DC Comics
Brand:
DC [bullet]
ISBN:
1-56389-176-X Search at WorldCat
Barcode:
76194120388100111
Editing:
Chuck Kim (assistant editor); Archie Goodwin
Color:
Color
Dimensions:
Standard Modern Age U.S.
Paper Stock:
Glossy
Binding:
Squarebound
Publishing Format:
One-Shot

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Bat-Mite / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Kevin O'Neill
Inks:
Kevin O'Neill
Colors:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Bat-Mite; Overbat; Bane-Mite

Indexer Notes

Billed on the cover as a Legends of the Dark Mite Special.

Mitefall (Table of Contents)

Bat-Mite / comic story / 48 pages (report information)

Script:
Alan Grant
Pencils:
Kevin O'Neill
Inks:
Kevin O'Neill
Colors:
Digital Chameleon
Letters:
Clem Robins

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Bat-Mite; Overbat [Bob Overdog] (Death); Batman; Aqua-Mite; Martian Man-Mite; Wonder Woman-Mite; Captain Marvel-Mite; Flash-Mite; Green Lantern-Mite; Green Arrow-Mite; Lobo-Mite; Hawk-Mite; Spectre-Mite; Robin-Mite; Blue Beetle-Mite; Deathstroke-Mite; Superman-Mite; Supergirl-Mite; Superboy-Mite; Eradicator-Mite; Cyborg Superman-Mite; Steel-Mite; Bizarro-Mite; Plastic-Mite; Impulse-Mite; Golden Age Sand-Mite; Sandman-Mite; Death-Mite; Swamp-Mite; Hellblazer-Mite; Demon-Mite; Deadman-Mite; Robotman-Mite; Negative Man-Mite; Negative Woman-Mite; Tim Hunter-Mite; Metal-Mites; Bane (villain); Joker (villain); Killer Croc (villain); Two-Face (villain); Scarecrow (villain); Bane-Mite (villain); Trog-Mite (villain); Zombie-Mite (villain); Bird-Mite (villain); Joker-Mite (villain); Scarecrow-Mite (villain); Two-Face-Mite (villain); Killer Croc-Mite (villain); Penguin-Mite (villain); Riddler-Mite (villain); Ra's Al-Mite (villain); Catwoman-Mite (villain); Poison Ivy-Mite (villain)
Synopsis:
During the Arkham breakout perpetrated by Bane, Bob Overdog escapes and decides to be a hero; Batmite approaches Bob about coming to his world and saving it from Bane-Mite and his band of villains; Bob becomes Overbat and gives his life to save Mite-World (well, sort of).

Indexer Notes

Continuing the insanity from Legends of the Dark Knight #38 (The 1st Bat-Mite/Bob Overdog tale); Story is an over-the-top (and rather violent) parody of Knightfall and The Death of Superman.

Knightfall. Knightquest. Knight's End. Now Learn What Mite Have Been. (Table of Contents)

Bat-Mite / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Kevin O'Neill
Inks:
Kevin O'Neill
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
superhero
Characters:
Bat-Mite

Indexer Notes

Back cover.

Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. [no title indexed]
    Bat-Mite
  2. 1. Mitefall
    Bat-Mite
  3. 2. Knightfall. Knightquest. Knight's End. Now Learn What Mite Have Been.
    Bat-Mite
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