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CROSSOVER CLASSICS TPB (1991) Marvel/DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
CROSSOVER CLASSICS TPB
7-59606-35858-8-00111
 Date: 1991
Cover Price: $24.95
Publisher: Marvel/DC Comics

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Reprinted in:
Reprinting several Marvel/DC Crossovers, including DC SPECIAL SERIES #27: BATMAN VS THE INCREDIBLE HULK #1 which feature a one-page art by George Pérez/Dick Giordano.
See also BATMAN VS THE INCREDIBLE HULK #1 (1995).
A new printing to be available 19 December 2001 features an altered cover: CROSSOVER CLASSIC TP (New Printing)
Reprinted in CLASICOS MARVEL/DC (Spain) (1988) and CROSSOVER CLASSICS #1 (Mexico) (1989)

 

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    CROSSOVER CLASSICS #1  (1991)
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    Auction 227 will be online and open for bidding in July 2019. 12x17" artboard w/printed black line acetate featuring art by George Pérez that showcases a who's who of Marvel and DC Comics villains, including - Lex Luthor, Doctor Doom, Joker, Dark Phoenix, Deathstroke, Darkseid, Doctor Octopus and others w/images of Wonder Woman, Incredible Hulk, Professor X. Lois Lane and Mary Jane are trapped at top center. Artboard has been hand-colored as guide for back cover of "DC/Marvel: Crossover Classics" Vol. 1 graphic novel published in 1991. Exc. Comes w/production cover stat for same image that has also been hand-colored. Some lt. handling wear but VF overall.



     August 28, 2004 08:37 pm | Site Update
    [ Art ] Added
    CROSSOVER BACK COVER (1987 ), art by George Pérez, from Ebay, published in CROSSOVER CLASSICS TPB

     June 29, 2003 | JLA/A Revives X-overs
    From WIZARD: THE COMICS MAGAZINE #143

    CROSSOVER CLASSICS
    written by Jim Arehart
    published in WIZARD: THE COMICS MAGAZINE #143

    'JLA/Avengers' revives x-overs.

    CROSSOVER CLASSICS #1  (1991)
    Marvel/DC Comics


    It's finally happening (and this time they really mean it). The long anticipated JLA/Avengers crossover arrives this fall, and the anticipation has fans all nostalgic for those earlier Marvel/DC inter-company crossovers - meaning you can expect a nice back-issue price boost.

    Which titles might see a nice halo effect from JLA/Avengers? We lumped them into two camps: the old, mostly treasury-sized "Pre-Crisis" crossovers and the 1990s "Post-Crisis" bunch that came hot on the heels of the DC vs Marvel mini and the Amalgam titles.

    PRE-CRISIS CROSSOVERS The three big treasury editions - Superman vs the Amazing Spider-Man (1976), Marvel Treasury Editions #28 (Supes and Spidey aagin) and DC Special Series #27 (Batman vs Hulk) - are tough to find and in decent condition because of their size and often improper storage.

    According to Stan Daniel, manager of Capt Comics in Hoover, Ala., "The Superman/Spider-Man stuff will always be in demand, but everyone overlooks Batman/Hulk. You can get it pretty cheap right now if you can fid it. Also the X-Men/New Teen Titans crossovers [Marvel and DC Presents the Uncanny X-Men and the New Teen Titans] keeps flying out of the store."

    ...

    [ Read more in WIZARD: THE COMICS MAGAZINE #143 ]

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