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The Battle readers have asked for and dreamed about, wished for and speculated upon, demanded but never expected, finally happens within these pages. DC Versus Marvel, the four issue blockbuster miniseries is now collected into this trade paperback. Heroes and villains cross over from each dimension into the other and celestial beings begin a strange and deadly cosmic chess game to determine which universe is more powerful. Graphic novel format. Available in September.
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ISBN-10:  1563892944
ISBN-13:  978-1563892943
Author:  Ron Marz
Genre:  Comics & Graphic Novels
Publisher:  DC Comics
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Quick Tip by . January 12, 2012
Oh what could have been and honestly should have been a mega classic. I awlways wondered what would happen if these two really went at it. In 1996 if I am correct was the year we got to see these two companies or should I say Universes going at it. It had its main battles and then of course cameos by other characters like Venom. Personally this is the type of story that really should have been a year long 12 issue story in my opinion. Maybe 6 at the least if done right, still there were some cool …
review by . August 07, 2010
When I was growing up I devoured comic books, but only those that had a super hero theme. It was the time when Stan Lee was wielding his creative magic and developing characters such as the X-Men, the Incredible Hulk, Spider Man and the Fantastic Four. Simultaneously, the DC Comics side had characters like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern. The writers of both groups also developed powerful villains worthy of doing battle with a super being. However, with very few exceptions there …
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