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The once-in-a-lifetime crossover that brought two super-teams together and rocked the comics world is at last available in trade paperback! Own the entire 4-issue co-publishing event between DC and Marvel and written by Kurt Busiek (TRINITY, Marvels) with stunning art by George Pérez (Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds, Avengers). This collection also features introductions by original Avengers writer/editor Stan Lee and Justice League of America editor Julius Schwartz.

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Review: JLA/Avengers 0

Kurt Busiek takes a job that I think that may writers wouln't be able to pull off. George Perez takes the book art aspect and makes the whole experience really cool.   THE GOOD: I really liked the opening Universe death scence at the beginning. It give the reader the feeling that this threat is huge and is going to take a lot of man power to take down. The whole Grandmaster, Krona stuff is acctually really good. It takes a while for the whole thing to come show why Krona is doing what he is, but...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

The ultimate showdown between DC and MARVEL 0

This comic is straight up amazing. It is worth the price just to see superman and Thor standing next to each other. This could have been a bad story but it isn't it's my peruse old favourite DC VS MARVEL story and it shows the differences between both worlds very well. They do fight in this but it's no for some down reason like they fight cuz reasons it's because of a good reason that I dorm want to spoil. This is a real comic for the fans and if u a fan of at least one of the main characters in...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Now this is more like it 0

Important Note: Read my review of DC vs Marvel first. This is meant to be a comparative analysis between the two stories. I feel this is how to properly do a major crossover between Marvel and DC and how it succeeds where DC vs Marvel fails. We start off with whole planets from both universes being consumed by this shadow like creature. The Grandmaster senses it's presence and intercepts it. It is revealed to be the Green Lantern villain Krona, the mad Guardian. Here's were we get our first impr...

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