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Marvel Versus DC Vol 1 #2
March, 1996
Cover Artists
Claudio Castellini

Writers
Peter David

Pencilers
Claudio Castellini

Inkers
Dan Jurgens

Colourists
Joe Kubert



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Appearing in this Issue

Featured Characters:

  • Axel Asher
  • Thor
  • Captain Marvel
  • Quicksilver
  • Flash
  • Namor
  • Aquaman

Supporting Characters:

  • Wolverine
  • Killer Croc
  • Gambit
  • Nightwing
  • Batman
  • Lizard
  • Captain America
  • Bane
  • Peter Parker
  • Lois Lane

Villains:

  • Scarecrow
  • Hobgoblin
  • Kingpin

Other Characters:

  • Rick Jones
  • Snapper Carr

Locations:

Items:

  • Mjolnir

Vehicles:

  • Batmobile

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Synopsis for ""

| ==Synopsis== }} As the Brothers gain awareness of one another, the worlds seem to mingle together, as seen when New York City people find themselves suddenly in Gotham City. While Axel Asher is trying to take in everything that is happening, Wolverine fights Killer Croc out on the streets, while being watched by Batman and Nightwing, the latter of which is attacked by Gambit as he decides to step into Wolverine and Croc's fight. Later when Batman (who was watching on the Lizard) joins him, they notice Logan and Gambit have stolen the Batmobile and are trying to head back to the X-Mansion.

After saving Lois Lane from the Scarecrow and the Hobgoblin, Peter Parker takes her back to the Daily Planet, where they find the Kingpin has bought the newspaper and is taking charge as its new boss.

Just moments later, the battles that will define the fate of the two universes start, as common people place bets on winners. First, Thor fights Captain Marvel in a carnival, achieving victory when he uses Mjolnir to channel Shazam's thunder against Marvel, turning him back into Billy Batson. However, in doing so, the Asgardian God of Thunder loses his hammer, which flies miles away until it is found by Wonder Woman in the outskirts of Fawcett City (Captain Marvel's hometown).

Meanwhile, the Flash and Quicksilver are having a battle of pure speed, stopping halfway into it to save a trucker and his son from an exploding tanker. In the end, the DC speedster manages to beat the Marvel racer in the most possibly typical way for speedsters: after they trade blows at impossible speeds on one another.

Finally, Namor fights Aquaman, and since both are the sovereigns of their underwater kingdoms, they are very evenly matched, at least until Arthur takes the battle to land. While Namor is not outclassed by the change of terrain, Aquaman is not above cheating, and so he wins by dropping a whale over the Imperius Rex. {{#if: |
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Trivia

Despite being depicted on the cover, Thing and Human Torch do not appear in the issue (as a matter of fact, none of the Fantastic Four has any involvement with the crossover).


See Also


Recommended Reading

Marvel Versus DC
EVENT: Marvel Versus DC Part I: Part II: Part III: Part IV:


Marvel DC Crossovers
Superman vs The Amazing Spider-Man Superman and Spider-Man Batman vs The Incredible Hulk Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans Batman and Punisher: Lake of Fire
Punisher / Batman: Deadly Knights Darkseid vs Galactus: The Hunger Spider-Man and Batman Green Lantern / Silver Surfer: Unholy Alliances DC Versus Marvel
All Access Silver Surfer / Superman Batman and Captain America Daredevil / Batman Batman and Spider-Man
Unlimited Access Superman / Fantastic Four The Incredible Hulk vs Superman Batman / Daredevil: King of New York Avengers/JLA




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