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Author: Gerry Conway,Chris Claremont
ISBN: 0871358581
Pages: 320 pages
Publisher: Marvel Comics (June 17, 1997)
Language: English
Category: Graphic Novels
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e-Book The Marvel/DC Collection: Crossover Classics, Vol. I epub download

by Gerry Conway,Chris Claremont



by Gerry Conway (Author), Chris Claremont (Author). Here is the first ever tradepaperback of 4 landmark intercompany crossovers from both Marvel and DC comics that changed comics and paved way for crossovers even with different companies since.

by Gerry Conway (Author), Chris Claremont (Author). This was my firs graphic novel purchase when i was 10 20 yeas ago and i remembered being excited about it in one of Albuquerque's book stores and i was like "Marvel/DC Crossovers"? No way dude" and i bought it, loved it.

The Marvel/DC Collection book. Great use of heroes from both Marvel and DC with a story by Claremont - hard to lose here. Aug 03, 2016 Diana Yo rated it liked it.

Marvel and DC present this all-star collection of past cross-over projects as they joined forces to let their . The collection includes the classic "Superman Vs. Spider-Man" by Gerry Conway, Ross Andru, and Dick Giordano.

Marvel and DC present this all-star collection of past cross-over projects as they joined forces to let their legendary charaters interact, and work together in this series of adventures. This historic meeting of Superman and Spiderman sees the heroes battle the combined might of Lex Luthor and Doctor Octopus!.

In comic books, an intercompany crossover (also called cross-company or company crossover) is a comic or series of comics where characters that at the time of publication are the property of one company meet those owned by another company (for exampl.

In comic books, an intercompany crossover (also called cross-company or company crossover) is a comic or series of comics where characters that at the time of publication are the property of one company meet those owned by another company (for example, DC Comics' Superman meeting Marvel's Spider-Man, or DC's Batman meeting Marvel's Wolverine). These usually occur in "one-shot" issues or miniseries.

Gerry Conway, Chris Claremont

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DC Comics and Marvel Comics join forces and let their legendary charaters interact and work together in a series featuring such familiar favorites as Batman, the Silver Surfer, Captain America, and Superman.
Nicanagy
Great collection.
Urtte
Good item Fast Delivery 5 Stars
Kagrel
I have to say, I really enjoyed the stories in Crossover Classics, Vol. 1. I was hoping that my favorite Marvel and DC characters would mix it up and fight at least a little bit, and I wasn't disappointed. All my favorite heroes in this book battled it out to my delight, and the stories witch brought them together were entertaining and made a lot of sense. I was kind of disappointed in the last story though, Teen Titans vs X Men. That was more of a team up than the fight I was hoping for, but it still had a good story behind it.
Tejora
This was an awesome comic book and I recommend it to those who like both DC and Marvel Comics and the idea of characters from both franchises meeting each other.
Gardagar
excellent
Mbon
Love it!!!
Winawel
Here is the first ever tradepaperback of 4 landmark intercompany crossovers from both Marvel and DC comics that changed comics and paved way for crossovers even with different companies since. This was my firs graphic novel purchase when i was 10 20 yeas ago and i remembered being excited about it in one of Albuquerque's book stores and i was like "Marvel/DC Crossovers"? No way dude" and i bought it, loved it.

We first start off with the classic 1976 story "Superman vs. Spider-Man" which was the first intercompany crossover ever especially from Marvel and DC after their previous year's co-publishing of MGM's Marvelous Wizard of Oz. In this story, Superman and Spider-Man fight each in New York in a misunderstanding and trick caused by Lex Luthor and Dr. Octopus then become friends to try to stop boh enemies. This quality story from Gerry Conroy is nicely done and so is the artwork by John Romita Jr., Ross Andrew and Neil Andru soars with many excitement in each page of the comic. In 1981 we got a sequel that almost surpasses the first one called "Spider-Man and Superman" which features Doctor Doom and Parasite joining forces together as they unleash Hulk in Metropolis for boh the webslinger and the man of steel stop it but Wonder Woman comes in to join the fun but gets kidnapped by both enemies. Well written and well drawn story by John Buscehema and Terry Austin with some humor, action and a good story with ideas of the heroes interacting more with each other including trading each other's jobs for once. The oddly mismatched 1981 crossover "Hulk vs. Batman" is the strangest of the bunch has Bruce Banner working at Waynetech Enterprise until Joker kindaps a powerful Gamma ray gun to please the powerful Shaper of Worlds as now Hulk and Batman must try to stop them, the fight between Hulk and Bats was odd but funny i should say then later they become friends to stop their own enemies that ends in a bizarre climax that keeps the reader on the edge of their seats. And finally we get 1982's "X-Men/New Teen Titans" which has the return of Dark Phoenix who is now under the control of Darkseid as both the X-Men and Teen Titans join forces together to stop their reign of terror, now this is a terrific crossover since both teams are similar in aspects and the artwork by Walt Simonson is terrific as is the writing by Chris Claremont.

For anyone who loves both companies i highly recommend this to know the history of the Marvel and DC crossovers
I've been aware of these 4 famous stories for quite some time, but only recently got around to reading them. I really bought this paperback for the Batman- Hulk issue, but the big surprise for me here is that I enjoy the 1st Superman- Spider-Man team-up the most.

Here's a breakdown of the contents...

1. Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man, 1976. Ross Andru= penciler. Gerry Conway= writer. My favorite issue here. It features a great mix of large vs. small figure drawings. The large images of Superman & Spider-Man are the main reason I think this artwork still holds up so well today. And story-wise, I like that there's no huge explanation as to why these heroes are in the same universe.

2. Superman and Spider-Man, 1981. John Buscema= penciler. Jim Shooter= writer. My least favorite issue here. The figures & panels are very small in relation to the 1st meeting between these 2 great characters. I think of this as "bonus material".

3. Batman vs. The Incredible Hulk, 1981. Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez= penciler. Len Wein= writer. I like the way Batman is depicted here, with the Hulk looking good yet a bit too "human" in the face to me. Not quite as Hulkish as I'd like, if that makes sense. It's still a solid issue. I love the way Hulk constantly refers to Batman as "pointy-ears".

4. X-Men and The New Teen Titans, 1982. Walt Simonson= penciler. Chris Claremont= writer. A popular team-up. Walt Simonson really knows how to do superhero comics on a grand scale. His Thor run is especially among my favorites.

My copy has white cover images & states it's the 6th printing, 2001, list price= 24.95. I was fortunate to find it at a similar price. I do recommend people get this if they can, but be advised that it could easily pop in & out of print any time, and out of print copies tend to be expensive. Shop around for the best price!