Chris versus “DC versus Marvel,” Part Three!

At the end of our last DC versus Marvel article I told you I would give you an in depth review of Amalgam Comics and the conclusion to the big DC/Marvel crossover. But I warned you that I was tired and it would be a “long damn while.” Well, that was sixteen years ago. I’m all rested up now. What do you say we finish this thing? And this time, you can read each comic in its entirety. Progress!


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“Many native traditions held clowns and tricksters as essential to any contact with the sacred. People could not pray until they had laughed, because laughter opens and frees from rigid preconception. Humans had to have tricksters within the most sacred ceremonies lest they forget the sacred comes through upset, reversal, surprise. The trickster in most native traditions is essential to creation, to birth.”

Prof. Byrd Gibbens, Professor of English, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Dan has more Dark Knight pics

The Dark Horizons website has images from the new Batman movie The Dark Knight. Here are a few. Enjoy.

Thanks to

for the pics!

2021 Update: I couldn’t tell you if these are the original pictures Dan found. Same old story: incomplete backups, Wayback Machine doesn’t have the images, and Dark Horizons has a text only copy of their article online. Looking for other sources for the pics reveals that Warner Brothers really did go on the offensive around the time we published these pics, and lots of the bigger sites note that they were instructed to remove them. Smaller sites like flew under their radar, and fortunately a handful of them remain active. These were the pics I could gather. Sorry, Dan, this was the best I could do.