DC Versus Marvel: Inter-Company Crossovers

25 Apr

Robert E. Wronski, Jr.

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I left off last time with Zero Hour, the Crisis followup that had very little effect on things despite it’s purpose of fixing the things that were messed up after the last Crisis.

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A year and a half after Zero Hour, DC’s “only one universe” policy was seriously rejected again when DC decided that it was a good thing to collaborate with other comic book companies.  (I’m not arguing against this.  I wish they would still do it.)

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But before I get to the biggie, let’s start with the prequel.  In December 1995, Green Lantern and Silver Surfer teamed up in a crossover that had them both coming from their own separate universes.  This was different than the crossovers of the late 1970s and early 1980s, which placed Marvel and DC characters in the same universe, a universe that both DC and Marvel considered to not be part of their…

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