(2000)

DC, 2000 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
Price
5.95 USD; 9.25 CAD
Pages
52
On-sale date
1999-11-03
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics
Brand
Marvel Comics; DC [bullet]
ISBN
1-56389-383-5 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
761941212173 00111
Editing
Dennis O'Neil (DC-Editor); Joe Illidge (DC-Associate Editor); Ralph Macchio (Marvel-Editor); Matt Hicks (Marvel-Assistant Editor)
Color
Color
Dimensions
Standard Modern Age U.S.
Binding
Squarebound
Publishing Format
One-Shot

Issue Notes

DC/Marvel intercompany crossover.


King of New York (Table of Contents)

Batman; Daredevil / cover / 1 page (report information)

Script
Alan Grant
Pencils
Eduardo Barreto
Inks
Eduardo Barreto
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
typeset

Genre
superhero
Characters
Batman; Daredevil
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Chapter One: A Devil in Gotham (Table of Contents: 1)

Batman; Daredevil / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Alan Grant
Pencils
Eduardo Barreto
Inks
Eduardo Barreto
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Ken Bruzenak

Genre
superhero
Characters
Catwoman; Daredevil; Batman; Scarecrow [Jonathan Crane]
Synopsis
Daredevil and Batman butt heads trying to spy on Catwoman swapping cases with a couple of thugs. They scuffle, causing Catwoman to flee without making the trade. They agree to work together but are foiled by Catwoman, who succeeds in making the trade with the person who hired the original thugs, Scarecrow.
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Chapter Two: Guns And Roses (Table of Contents: 2)

Batman; Daredevil / comic story / 11 pages (report information)

Script
Alan Grant
Pencils
Eduardo Barreto
Inks
Eduardo Barreto
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Ken Bruzenak

Genre
superhero
Characters
Daredevil; Batman; Scarecrow [Jonathan Crane]
Synopsis
Batman and Daredevil regroup at the Batcave where they ascertain their true target is Scarecrow, who was interested in the files on the Kingpin contained in the case. They follow the trail in the Batmobile while Scarecrow is busy using his mind control gas to take over a bunch of the Kingpin's thugs.
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Chaper Three: A Dark Knight in Manhattan (Table of Contents: 3)

Batman; Daredevil / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
Alan Grant
Pencils
Eduardo Barreto
Inks
Eduardo Barreto
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Ken Bruzenak

Genre
superhero
Characters
Kingpin; Daredevil; Batman; Scarecrow [Jonathan Crane]
Synopsis
Batman and Daredevil continue to track Scarecrow's attacks around the city, eventually deciding to meet the Kingpin in hopes of finding Scarecrow. Kingpin gives them a tip, then tries to kill Batman and Daredevil in a helicopter while the two debate whether to follow Kingpin's suggestion.
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Chapter Four: Reign of Terror (Table of Contents: 4)

Batman; Daredevil / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Alan Grant
Pencils
Eduardo Barreto
Inks
Eduardo Barreto
Colors
Matt Hollingsworth
Letters
Ken Bruzenak

Genre
superhero
Characters
Kingpin; Daredevil; Batman; Scarecrow [Jonathan Crane]
Synopsis
Scarecrow is atop the Statue of Liberty waiting for the wind to shift to release his madness inducing gas. Kingpin shows up in his copter which Scarecrow blows up, with the Kingpin leaping on to the statue. Batman and Daredevil arrive by boat where Batman squares off against Kingpin and Daredevil versus Scarecrow. Daredevil being the man without fear is unaffected by Scarecrow's fear gas, eventually tying him up and halting the gas release. The Kingpin decides there is no reason for him to hang around with the Scarecrow vanquished, leaving Daredevil and Batman alone with the city safe.
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Table of Contents
  1. 0. King of New York
    Batman; Daredevil
  2. 1. Chapter One: A Devil in Gotham
    Batman; Daredevil
  3. 2. Chapter Two: Guns And Roses
    Batman; Daredevil
  4. 3. Chaper Three: A Dark Knight in Manhattan
    Batman; Daredevil
  5. 4. Chapter Four: Reign of Terror
    Batman; Daredevil
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