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     October 4, 2003 | Cinescape: Crisis on Two Earths
    From Cinescape

    Comics Profile: Crisis on Two Earths
    Wednesday, October 1, 2003

    20 years later and the legendary JLA/AVENGERS crossover is finally here

    Imagine a cosmic threat so powerful that only the premiere super-teams of two Earths could hope to defeat it. Now imagine that fans have been waiting for 20 years to read this epic saga and you’re ready for the monumental impact of JLA/Avengers, a four-issue miniseries debuting this month from Marvel and DC Comics. Scripted by Kurt Busiek and illustrated by George Perez, this is a project that became a legend long before it was published.

    “JLA/Avengers was begun 20 years ago but fell apart over editorial disputes between Marvel and DC,” says Busiek. “George had drawn a bunch of pages back then, and the lost opportunity of getting that project with that artist became something of a legend over the years.”

    With memorable runs on JLA and Avengers as well as the “lost” crossover, there was never any question that Perez would draw this saga whenever it finally happened. But once Marvel’s editor-in-chief, Joe Quesada, gave the go-ahead, who would write it?

    To read more of this exclusive article and other great content, pick up Cinescape Magazine at your local newsstand or get it delivered right to your home by subscribing now

     October 2, 2003 | Cinescape #73
    From Vu

     

    If you are a fan of CrossGen, you should definitely pick up a copy of CINESCAPE #73 (Oct/Nov 2003), with comes with the free version of WAY OF THE RAT (I have also included the Free Comic Book Day Edition Variant, in case you were collecting promos).

    There are also several articles on CG in CINESCAPE, including Bridging the Generation Gap and Rat's Pack, both articles were written by Arnold T Blumberg (all their articles are in full color, but for file size reasons they are shown here in black and white).

    Last month, Cinescape also included another free CG comic, SNAKE PLISSKEN CHRONICLES #1, which I believe were only available to their subscribers and not in their newstand editions.

    They started covering CrossGen Comics with Cinescape #71, as seen in Crossover with Robert Rodi.

    Since this summer, Cinescape have been covering more pop-culture/comic book-related movies, which I think is pretty cool. More information can be found on their website, www.cinescape.com.

     September 29, 2003 | JLA/A Review in Cinescape (Oct 03)
    From CINESCAPE #73 (Oct/Nov 2003)

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    Excerpt from article:

    CRISIS ON TWO EARTHS
    published in CINESCAPE #73 (Oct/Nov 2003), www.cinescape.com
    written by Arnold T Blumberg

    Imagine a cosmic threat so powerful that only the premiere super-teams of two Earths could hope to defeat it. Now imagine that fans have been waiting for 20 years to read this epic saga and you're ready for the monumental impact of JLA/Avengers, a four-issue miniseries debuting this month from Marvel and DC Comics. Scripted by Kurt Busiek and illustrated by George Pérez, this is a project that became a legend long before it was published.

    "We knew this was going to take a long time, with George penciling and inking 200 pages," says Busiek. "So we didn't work too hard to fit into continuity. Costumes would change, characters would undergo trauma and what not, and if we tried to keep up, we'd go nuts. The main point isn't whether it fits the timeline but weather it's a good read. That's what we concentrate on."

    CINESCAPE #73 (Oct/Nov 2003), Page 81
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