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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 41

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Welcome back, everyone! Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is: Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement. So we here at Comic Booked would like to formally invite you to discuss, debate, and start some shit talkin’ about the characters, the creators, and the storylines given to us from the industry we all know and love, hate, and love to hate. So let’s quit wasting time and start the mud (or web) slinging!


This Saturday’s question: What was your favorite intercompany crossover?

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Was it the DC Versus Marvel miniseries in the 1990s? Or the two prestige format graphic novels where Batman met Spawn? How about when Savage Dragon and Superman crossed paths? Do you proudly display your copy of Archie Meets the Punisher? Is the Hellboy, Starman, and Batman miniseries as legendary as it was publicized to be? Or was it something else that made your inner fan go crazy?

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So go forth and debate! But be sure to back up your responses. Don’t be scared. And don’t give up. After all, no one likes a quitter. And you’re not a quitter, are you?

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I don't think it can be considered an 'intercompany' crossover since Warner Bros. owns all the characters involved but the Superman/Bugs Bunny crossover was a lot of fun as was the Superman/Madman series.

Two that have been favorites of mine: DC/Marvel Amalgam books and, not sure if this fits, but the series we here Stan Lee reimagined DC heroes.


Those were pretty fun!


I still have all of the DC VS Marvel and Amalgam stuff somewhere. Might need to dig them out and give them another read. Never actually read the Just Imagine Stan Lee Creating the DC Universe stuff… I'll have to check those out some time.


Hands down, for me, it's the second Batman/Punisher graphic novel. Chuck Dixon and John Romita Jr. at their finest. The fight at the end is absolutely amazing. I've read that comic probably close to 100 times.

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