In October of 1981, a Marvel or DC comic off the newsstand would cost you 50 or 60 cents. What could possibly make you make 400% more? How about a double-sized treasury edition featuring only the second crossover between the Big 2 universes? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of DC Special Series #27 – Batman Vs. The Incredible Hulk awaits!
[SDCC’16] Kurt Russell and Kurt Russell team for Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York crossover
BOOM! Studios continues to unveil its big San Diego Comic Con announcements, and today, they may have won our hearts forever by announcing the Big Trouble in Little China/Escape from New York crossover mini-series.
Thanks to the Internet, all of the people who aren’t able to go to Cmic Con still have a chance to see the clips and trailers that are shown during panels. Just like this five minutes video of The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover!
Press Release John Layman & Rob Guillory, the minds behind CHEW, and Tim Seeley & Mike Norton, the architects of the gothic noir REVIVAL, come together to whip up an appetizing fusion of their New York Times bestselling and critically acclaimed series for two issues stuffed with adventure in a CHEW/REVIVAL cross-over from Image Comics.
We’ve already mentioned that Phineas and Ferb will crossover with the “new to Disney ownership” property Star Wars, but what else was revealed at the Phineas and Ferb Panel at the San Diego Comic-Con?
Major Spoilers Question Of The Day: Aliens Vs Predator Vs Archie Vs Punisher Vs Evil Dead Vs Superman Vs Spider-Man Vs Firefly Vs Brisco County, Jr Edition
When it comes to comic books, one of the very building blocks of the industry is the crossover. With so many individual fictional universes existing side-by-side on the racks, it’s natural to want to see them interacting with one another, leading to crossovers both big (Dynamite Entertainment’s ‘Masks’ combines most of the surviving major pulp icons, save for Doc Savage himself) and small (such as the still-adorable romance between Tim Drake and Jubilation Lee during the DC/Marvel shmageggi’s of the 1990s.) Some of ’em aren’t even official, like Vampirella’s run-in with “Fluffy, The Vampire Killer” or the wonderful Batman/Superman annual
In order to build a full world, eventually characters from different titles are going to team-up and/or crossover. Aspen Comics has announced its crossover event that has the various Executive Assistant books interacting.