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Comic books in 'Amalgam DC Marvel Crossovers'

  • Issue #1
    Amazon (1996 Marvel/DC) 1

    "Family History!" Story by John Byrne. Art by John Byrne and Terry Austin. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Wonder Woman and the mutant Storm are merged to create the Amazon. Learn of the Amazon's connection to the Olympian Gods and her vendetta with the Lord of the Seas, Poseidon. Plus, who is the mysterious woman named Diana and what is her connection to Ororo? Cover price $1.95.

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    Bat-Thing (1997) 1

    "Someone to Watch Over Me!" Story by Larry Hama. Art by Rodolfo Damaggio and Bill Sienkiewicz. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, The macabre Man-Thing and the tragic Man-Bat are merged to create the Bat-Thing. This cursed creature is forced to stalk the night, seeking out evil wherever it may dwell. Cover price $1.95.

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    Generation Hex (1997) 1

    "Humanity's Last Stand!" Story by Peter Milligan. Art by Adam Pollina and Mark Morales. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, bounty-hinter Jonah Hex and Generation X are merged to create Generation Hex, and they are the most wanted mutants in the Old West. Cover price $1.95.

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    Challengers of the Fantastic (1997) 1

    "Challengers of the Fantastic!" Story by Karl Kesel. Art by Tom Grummett and Al Vey. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Marvel's First Family, the Fantastic Four, and sci-fi heroes, the Challengers of the Unknown, are merged to create the Challengers of the Fantastic. The Challengers must gather their courage as an ominous warning from Uatu the Guardian (Watcher/Guardians of the Universe) foretells the coming of Galactiac (Galactus/Brainiac). Cover price $1.95.

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    Dark Claw Adventures (1997) 1

    "Face to Face!" Story by Ty Templeton. Art by Ty Templeton and Rick Burchett. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, the Dark Claw (Wolverine/Batman) must battle Lady Talia (Talia/ Lady Deathstrike) who seeks revenge for the death of her father, Ra's A-Pocalypse (Apocalypse/Ra's Al Ghul). Cover price $1.95.

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    Exciting X-Patrol (1997) 1

    "Curse of Brother Blood!" Story by Barbara Kesel. Art by Bryan Hitch and Paul Neary. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, members of the X-Men, X-Force, Doom Patrol, and Teen Titans are merged to create Shatterstarfire (Starfire/Shatter Star), Niles Cable (Cable/Professor Niles), Beastling (Beast/Changeling), Ferro Man (Colossus/Robotman), and others must stand against the sinister Brother Brood (Brother Blood/the Brood). Cover price $1.95.

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    Iron Lantern (1997) 1

    "Showdown at Stark Aircraft!" Story by Kurt Busiek. Art by Paul Smith, Al Williamson, Al Milgrom, and others. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, the Invincible Iron Man and the Green Lantern are merged to create the Iron Lantern. Does even this powerful hero have a chance against Mandarinestro (Sinestro/Mandarin). Cover price $1.95.

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    Assassins (1996 DC/Marvel Amalgam) 1

    "Political Suicide!" Story by D.G. Chichester. Art by Scott McDaniel and Derek Fisher. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Daredevil and Deathstroke's daughter, Ravager are merged to create Dare. While Catwoman and Elektra are merged to create Catsai. Together these two femme fatales are the deadliest assassins in the world, and they're here in Gotham City to murder the mayor, an amalgam of the Kingpin and the Riddler. Cover price $1.95.

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    Magneto and the Magnetic Men (1996) 1

    "Opposites Attract!" Story by Gerard Jones. Art by Jeff Matsuda and Art Thibert. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Magneto's loyal friends have fallen in battle. So he recreates them in the form of the robotic Magnetic Men (Metal Men/Brotherhood of Evil Mutants). However, are they just destined to fall again to the awesome power of Sinestron (Sinestro/Ultron)? Cover price $1.95.

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    Super Soldier (1996) 1

    "Secret of the K-Bomb!" Story by Mark Waid and Dave Gibbons. Art by Dave Gibbons. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, the Last Son of Krypton, Superman, and the Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America, are merged to create the greatest hero the world has ever seen, Super Soldier! Can even Super Soldier stop the mad Luthor's (Lex Luthor/Red Skull) latest scheme? Cover price $1.95.

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    X-Patrol (1996) 1

    "Doomed!" Story by Karl and Barbara Kesel. Art by Roger Cruz and Jon Holdredge. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, members of the X-Men, X-Force, Doom Patrol, and Teen Titans are merged to create Shatterstarfire (Starfire/Shatter Star), Niles Cable (Cable/Professor Niles), Beastling (Beast/Changeling), Ferro Man (Colossus/Robotman), and others. The team-up gears up to face their fiercest adversary ever, Doctor Doomsday (Doomsday/Doctor Doom). Cover price $1.95.

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    Bruce Wayne Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1996) 1

    "Mission: Destroy Hydra!" Story by Chuck Dixon. Art by Cary Nord and Mark Pennington. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Bruce Wayne is the head of S.H.I.E.L.D., a super-secret spy organization poised to deliver a crippling blow to the criminal organization known as Hydra. But Hydra has other problems as a coup de'tat has just occurred an power has been usurped from the Green Skull(Red Skull/Ra's Al Ghul) by his own daughter Salina Luthor (Talia/Viper). Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Spider-Boy (1996) 1

    "Big Trouble!" Story by Karl Kesel. Art by Mike Wieringo, Gary Martin, and Karl Kesel. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, guest-starring the Challengers of the Fantastic, Spider-Boy (Spider-Man/Superboy) must use all his tricks to defeat Bizarnage (Carnage/Bizaro) and the reptilian menace King Lizard (Lizard/King Shark). Cover price $1.95.

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    Bullets and Bracelets (1996) 1

    "Final Thrust!" Story by John Ostrander. Art by Gary Frank and Cam Smith. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Diana Prince (Wonder Woman) and Trevor Castle (Punisher/Steve Trevor) are together again on a mission that winds them up on the hellish world of Apokolips. Here Diana comes face-to-face with the lord of this dark domain, Thanoseid (Darkseid/Thanos). Cover price $1.95.

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    JLX Unleashed (1997) 1

    "The Unextinguishable Flame!" Story by Priest. Art by Oscar Jiminez and Hanibal Rodriguez. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, guest-starring the Amazon (Storm/Wonder Woman), members of the X-Men and JLA are merged to create Mr. X (Martian Manhunter/Professor Xavier), Apollo (Cyclops/Ray), Night Creeper (Nightcrawler/Creeper), and others must battle the nigh-stoppable force of nature known as Fin Fang Flame (Fin Fang Foom/Brimstone). Cover price $1.95.

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    Magnetic Men Featuring Magneto (1997) 1

    "Born Again!" Story by Tom Peyer. Art by Barry Kitson and Dan Panosian. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Magneto's loyal friends have fallen in battle. So he recreates them in the form of the robotic Magnetic Men (Metal Men/Brotherhood of Evil Mutants). But will they survive a visit to Krakoa, the Living Dinosaur Island? Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1
    Speed Demon (1996) 1

    "Demon's Night!" Story by Howard Mackie and James Felder. Art by Salvador Larroca and Al Milgrom. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, the Scarlet Speedster, the Flash, has been merged with the Spirit of Vengeance, Ghost Rider, and Etrigan the Demon to create the Speed Demon. Can even the Speed Demon stand alone against the Night Spectre (Spectre/Mephisto) And the Green Goblin (Green Goblin/Eclipso)? Maybe with the help of another Speed Demon, his nephew Wally Blaze. Cover price $1.95.

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    Spider-Boy Team-Up (1997) 1

    "Too Many Heroes, too Little Time!" Story by R.K. Sternsel. Art by Ladronn and Juan Vlasco. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Spider-Boy (Spider-Man/Superboy) meets the Legion of Galactic Guardians 2099 (Legion of Super-Heroes/2099/Guardians of the Galaxy/Global Guardians/others). Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #1A
    Legends of the Dark Claw (1996) 1A

    1st printing. "Through a Glass Darkly!" Story by Larry Hama. Art by Jim Balent and Ray McCarthy. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, the Dark Claw (Wolverine/Batman) must battle the deadly Hyena (Joker/Sabretooth). Luckily he'll get some help from the Huntress(Huntress/Ms Marvel) and Sparrow (Robin/Jubilee). Cover price $1.95.

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    Thorion of the New Asgods (1997) 1

    "Thorion and the New Asgods!" Story by Keith Giffen. Art by John Romita, Jr. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, Thor, the mighty Norse god of thunder, and the Asgardians are merged with Orion and the New Gods. Can Thorion and his fellow Asgods prevent Ragnarok, the end of days? Not if L'ok Desaad (Loki/Desaad) and the power of his Mother Cube (Mother Box/Cosmic Cube) have anything to say about it. Cover price $1.95.

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    JLX (1996) 1

    "A League of their Own!" Story by Gerard Jones and Mark Waid. Art by Howard Porter and John Dell. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, members of the X-Men and JLA are merged to create Mariner (Aquaman/Sub-Mariner), Mercury (Quicksilver/Impulse), Night Creeper (Nightcrawler/Creeper), and others must stand against Will Magnus (William Stryker/Professor Magnus) and hist deadly robotic Sentinels. Cover price $1.95.

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    Super Soldier Man of War (1997) 1

    "Deadly Cargo!" Story by Mark Waid and Dave Gibbons. Art by Dave Gibbons and Jimmy Palmiotti. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, the Last Son of Krypton, Superman, and the Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America, are merged to create the greatest hero the world has ever seen, Super Soldier! Guest-starring the All-Star Winners Squadron (All-Star Squadron/Freedom Fighters/Invaders/All Winners Squad) and Sgt. Rock and his Howling Commandos (pretty self explanatory). In this WW II story, can even the Super Soldier stop Major Zemo's (Baron Zemo/Major Disaster) new super-weapon? Cover price $1.95.

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    Lobo the Duck (1997) 1

    "Fraggin' Wauugh!" Story by Alan Grant. Art by Val Semeiks and Ray Kryssing. In order to save two universes, the young hero known as Access was forced to use the power of Amalgam (see Marvel versus DC (1996) #3). In this issue, the Master of Quack-Fu, Howard the Duck, and the Main Man, Lobo, are merged to create Lobo the Duck. The world is in ruins and all of Earth's heroes are dead and gone. In this post-apocalyptic landscape only the creature known as Lobo the Duck can thrive. Cover price $1.95.