Round Two last edited by NetSpiker on 01/23/22 04:23AM View full history

    The two universes continue to collide, as Marvel heroes battle DC Villains, and vice versa. It is revealed that there are two cosmic 'brothers', each representing one universe, who decide that they should be the only one of their kind. How to decide? A contest. DC heroes versus Marvel heroes. This series featured reader votes to determine many of the battle outcomes. In this issue, Wonder Woman obtains Mjolnir, the hammer of Thor.

    Some notable battles:

    • Captain Marvel vs. Thor (winner: Thor)

    • Aquaman vs. the Sub-Mariner (winner: Aquaman)

    • Flash vs. Quicksilver (winner: Flash)


    • Thanks to Ron Marz.
    • Thanks to Sean Hardy.
    • DC artist pages 1-8 and 17-24.
    • Marvel artist pages 9-16 and 25-32.
    • "Marvel Versus DC Scoreboard" one page featuring various DC and Marvel characters versus each other.
    • "Decision '96" one page text piece asking the readers to vote for their favorite DC or Marvel characters as they battle it out in the series.
    • Six pages featuring data on Jubilee, Robin, Flash, Quicksilver, Thor, Captain Marvel (DC), Catwoman, Elektra, Silver Surfer, Green Lantern, Aquaman and Sub-Mariner.


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    The underlying idea behind a crossover is not the worst in comics (though it often lends itself to some massive misfires) but when that turns into a hero vs. hero story, then it usually goes off the rails pretty quickly (spoilers ahead). That is evident here in the second issue of DC vs. Marvel (Marvel vs. DC) with a variety of heroes preparing to go head to head. Aquaman battles Namor, Captain Marvel battles Thor and Quicksilver battles the Flash. The result is almost as expected, though wi...

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    What happens when you bring together Peter David, Ron Marz, Claudio Castellini, Dan Jurgens, Paul Neary, Joe Rubinstein, edited by no less than Joe Andreani, Chris Duffy, Mark Gruenwald and Mike Carlin? You get Marvel Versus DC/DC Versus Marvel.It's grand. It's epic. It's monumental.It's an opportunity to give fans what they want. Battles that have probably been the topic of conversation by fans in comics shops around the world. It's pretty cool seeing Wolverine take on Killer Croc. Same with Ca...

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