Greg Cox wrote:
A merger, with the franchises having a permanent effect on each other? Not at all interested, but a one off non-canon crossover comic book or novel where all of the toys are back in respective boxes at the end could be fun.
I can see that, as a one-off novelty like "Star Trek meets Legion of Super-Heroes" or "Vampirella vs. Catwoman" or something.
Could be fun.
Yeah, I'll second that. I was thinking like Superman vs. Spider-Man,
which dates me I guess.
Hey, I still remember the very moment I first saw an ad for Superman vs. Spider-Man.
My teenage jaw hit the floor. It was like stumbling onto Bigfoot or a UFO without warning.
"Ohmigod! Is this for real?"
Crossovers are a bit less mind-boggling these days, but I can't resist checking them out sometimes. (I particularly liked "Zorro vs. Dracula" several years back.)