Crossover Classics!

 

Greetings my fellow agents.

It goes without saying that in the comic book world there are two heavy-weights, Marvel and DC. Growing up I sat heavily on the Marvel side of the fence. Nowadays I read more DC, although the balance sits pretty close to 50/50.

In the past there have been times when you could have your 50/50 all in one book. That’s right Marvel/DC crossover stories. Most of these crossovers have been captured in trade paperback form, thus the theme of today’s article.

I  recently pointed out how well the Marvel vs. DC TPB sells (particularly the first print). This week I will focus on a series of crossover story collections, the four volume Marvel/DC Crossover Classics It’s time to hunt.

In good condition these can bring a nice profit. All but volume 3 have reprints. The covers on some reprints vary and higher prices seem to favor the first prints. So, agents be aware.

Without further ado, I bring you the books.

 

Crossover Classics Volume 1

 

Volume 1 Collects the 1976 Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man Treasury Edition, the 1981 DC Special Series Treasury #27 (Batman vs. Hulk), and Marvel and DC Present: The X-Men and the Teen Titans from 1982.

 

Crossover Classics Volume 2

 

This book reprints Batman/Punisher (1994), Punisher/Batman: Deadly Knights (1994), Silver Surfer/Superman (1996), and Batman/Captain America (1996).

 

Crossover Classics Volume 3

 

Volume 3 throws in some Wildstorm into the mix. It collects Spider-Man and Batman (1995),  Spider-Man/Gen 13 (1996), Incredible Hulk vs. Superman (1999), Daredevil/Batman (1997), Generation X/Gen 13 (1997), and Team X/Team 7 (1996). As I mentioned above, I found no reprints during my research.

 

Crossover Classics Volume 4

 

Volume 4 collects Green Lantern/Silver Surfer: Unholy Alliances (1995), Darkseid vs. Galactus: The Hunger (1995), Batman/Spider-Man (1997), and Superman/Fantastic Four (1999).

There you are my fellow agents. You have your mission, should you choose to accept it.

Speaking for myself this is a collection I would like for my PC, but I want to find it in the wild. I still love the hunt.

Have fun searching the shelves!

Agent Newton out.

 

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