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  • Marvel/DC Crossover

    i know i've seen stuff where the two have had crossovers
    1. What are they Called?
    2. Are they collected in Trade
    3.They worth my time?
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  • #2
    theres been a few in the past, spiderman vs superman and a couple others in the 70's i think.

    The most recent one was Dc vs. Marvel. Not only were they crossed over somewhat but the characters were merged, superman + cap'n america = super soldier and many more. Im pretty sure its in trade.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by BLUELCMISHRA View Post
      i know i've seen stuff where the two have had crossovers
      1. What are they Called?
      2. Are they collected in Trade
      3.They worth my time?
      1) the only one i know of is Maverl vs. DC
      2) yes that one is
      3) not really but hey that's just me

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      • #4
        You guys are forgetting the most important one.

        JLA/Avengers, is the trade. It is written by Kurk Busiek and drawn by George Perez. This is superhero porn. If you love both Marvel and DC, buy this trade

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        • #5
          They also have several crossover tradebacks. One of them has batman[azrael not bruce]/punisher, and another batman[bruce]/punisher, it also had a superman/silver surfer and i think 1 other one with captain america.

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          • #6
            A lot of people have apparently been requesting more DC/Marvel crossovers. However Joe Qusada E&C of Marvel has stated on numerous occasions that he thinks the ideas of inter company crossovers are stupid and said the ones done in the 90's were wastes of paper. And in his resent 20 answers video on Newsarama Dan Didio said that their focusing on their properties exclusively. So the ones we have will have to satisfy the raging fanboy crowd for a while.



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            • #7
              How about the amalgram comics? Like Iron Lantern
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mechinoid View Post
                They also have several crossover tradebacks. One of them has batman[azrael not bruce]/punisher, and another batman[bruce]/punisher, it also had a superman/silver surfer and i think 1 other one with captain america.
                you (and I ) forgot Batman/Spiderman (that one is the BEST)

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                • #9
                  List came from here, so it may not be complete, but its got most of them.

                  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intercompany_crossover


                  1975-1982
                  Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man (1976)
                  The first official intercompany crossover of recent decades. The villains are Doctor Octopus and Lex Luthor.

                  Marvel Treasury Edition #28: Superman and Spider-Man (1981)
                  Superman and Spider-Man battle the Parasite and Dr. Doom, with the Hulk and Wonder Woman guest-starring

                  DC Special Series #27 (Fall 1981)

                  Batman vs. The Incredible Hulk

                  Marvel and DC Present The Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans #1 (1982)
                  The two hottest-selling teams from each company battle Darkseid, Deathstroke the Terminator, and... Dark Phoenix!

                  1994

                  Batman/Punisher: Lake of Fire

                  Punisher/Batman: Deadly Knights

                  1995

                  DC vs. Marvel / Marvel vs. DC #1-4

                  The Amalgam Age of Comics
                  Legends of the Dark Claw (Wolverine + Batman)
                  Super-Soldier (Superman + Captain America)
                  Amazon (Storm + Wonder Woman)
                  JLX (JLA + X-Men)
                  Assassins (Catwoman + Elektra and Deathstroke + Daredevil)
                  Doctor StrangeFate (Doctor Strange + Doctor Fate)
                  Spider-Boy (Spider-Man + Superboy)
                  Bruce Wayne: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Batman + Nick Fury)
                  Speed Demon (Flash + Ghost Rider + The Demon)
                  Bullets and Bracelets (Punisher + Wonder Woman)
                  Magneto and the Magnetic Men (Magneto + Metal Men)
                  X-Patrol (X-Force + Doom Patrol)

                  DC/Marvel: All Access #1-4

                  Silver Surfer/Superman

                  Batman and Captain America

                  Amalgam: Wave 2
                  The Dark Claw Adventures (Batman + Wolverine)
                  Super-Soldier: Man of War (Superman + Captain America)
                  JLX Unleashed (JLA + X-Men)
                  Generation Hex (Jonah Hex + Generation X)
                  Bat-Thing (Man-Bat + Man-Thing)
                  Lobo the Duck (Lobo + Howard the Duck)
                  Spider-Boy Team-Up (Spider-Man + Superboy)
                  The Exciting X-Patrol (X-Force + Doom Patrol)
                  Magnetic Men featuring Magneto (Magneto + Metal Men)
                  Iron Lantern (Iron Man + Green Lantern)
                  Thorion of the New Asgods (Thor + Orion and the New Gods)
                  Challengers of the Fantastic (Fantastic Four + Challengers of the Unknown)

                  Batman/Spider-Man

                  1999

                  Superman/Fantastic Four: The Infinite Destruction

                  The Incredible Hulk vs. Superman

                  Batman/Daredevil: King of New York

                  2003
                  JLA/Avengers #1-4

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by irongreen2814 View Post
                    You guys are forgetting the most important one.

                    JLA/Avengers, is the trade. It is written by Kurk Busiek and drawn by George Perez. This is superhero porn. If you love both Marvel and DC, buy this trade
                    I hate that comic.

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                    • #11
                      I fully plan on getting JLA/Avengers whenever I can. I've flipped through it before, but never had the money to spend on it.

                      I used to have DC Vs. Marvel #1-4, but they got lost in a move or something.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Darth_Andrea View Post
                        However Joe Qusada E&C of Marvel has stated on numerous occasions that he thinks the ideas of inter company crossovers are stupid and said the ones done in the 90's were wastes of paper.
                        Didn't he try to get a Daredevil/Batman crossover going? I thought it was just DC blocking that one?

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                        • #13
                          This is great. I am gonna pick up a lot of these if I can find them. I have JLA/Avengers and Batman/Spider-man and I enjoyed both.
                          I LOVE conspiracy theorists. They are like human versions of the cymbal clapping, dancing monkeys. No one takes them all that seriously and they get bored with them after about 10 minutes.

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                          • #14
                            Since I don't read Marvel very often, I've always thought it was best I not read these.

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                            • #15
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