Fantastic crossover, forged in steel Creative Team Writer Illustrator Dan JurgensSupporting Illustrator Art ThibertCover Illustrator Alex RossMEETING OF THE FIRST ONESThis extra sized prestige format one shot comic book is the epic crossover of the characters from the very first titles of each major comic book houses Superman for DC Comics and Fantastic Four for Marvel Comics.Of course, when Superman appeared on Action Comics was an independent comic book publisher and Marvel appeared first as T [...]
I still remember when superhero crossovers were a novelty Then it seemed like we saw one every month until it lost a little of the magic Now we dont see it as much from Marvel and DC.I thought this was a decent crossover It s in the oversized treasury format, which I really don t like I do like Dan Jurgens art, but honestly his style isn t the hyper detailed style that would benefit from the treasury format, so it was almost a waste in that regard The art is good, but would have been just as goo [...]
Back in the 80s and 90s, DC and Marvel used to produce cross over events, featuring the biggest stars of each company in this case Superman and the Fantastic Four Dan Jurgens is both the writer and artist on this graphic novel and his artwork is better than his story.The artwork is of a consistently high standard, but I found the story to be inconsistent in places In other cross over events, the Marvel and DC heroes have existed on the same Earth, but in this one they are in separate universes, [...]
This probably could have been fun, but I don t know if there s anything wrong with it It seems to exist as a sequel to Marvel vs DC As a fan of that series, I wish there were , but then I would say there s been too much The characters did not have time to show much personality Once powers hit the scale described in this book, it s hard to tell a story without resorting to something like They moved faster than the eye can see, and when it was over So, fine.
It s a neat bit of cross continuity dovetailing to have Galactus responsible for the destruction of Krypton, but little is done to capitalise on the idea By 1999, these crossovers had lost any feeling of being special The dialogue is Stan Lee stilted and the uber pumped characters ridiculously dated Shame.
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