How about a Batman vs Everyone else?
It was only last year when everybody was hyped about the Avengers: Endgame. It was Tony Stark a.k.a the Iron Man who forgets everything and brings Captain America his shield back thinking about the Greater Good. Now, inspired quarantined DC and Marvel writers are foreshadowing a crossover of a lifetime…
- A ray of hope for a crossover we need and deserve
- Marvel-DC previous crossovers
- Which Universe’s Superhero is more powerful?
Well, everyone is going through the same scenario. Practice Social Distancing, and the pandemic has cost a fortune to every industry in the world. Since we are talking about the Marvel and DC, comic stores are closed as well as movies like Marvel’s Black Widow or DC’s Wonder Woman 1984 both got stuck and the makers had to postpone their release dates.
As the pandemic situation worsens day by day, this news came as a blow to the comic lovers when Diamond Comics Distributors announced that it will stop shipping new books to the North America direct market, for the time being, shutting off the flow of new products to local stores. It is time when Marvel-DC crossover takes place for the greater good.
A ray of hope for a crossover we need and deserve
So, we can still be hopeful at these difficult times. As the comic book writers from across social media are discussing the nature of comics medium and offer support to each other these times.
As the comic book writers have already begun talking about what both DC and Marvel can do to drive fans back into the comic book store as the crisis eases and the world starts to open back. There is a chance we get to see a Marvel-DC crossover in comics as well as on the big screen to make it up with the financial loss that these entertainment giants have been through.
So Birds of Prey and Red Sonja writer took to twitter and shared her point of view on the crossover.
Marvel-DC previous crossovers
In 1996 DC and Marvel mashed their characters together into an all-new fictional construct. The Amalgam era was truly a once in a lifetime event, because the comics published during this brief experiment probably aren’t getting reprinted any soon.
And then in 2003, Marvel and DC comics launched a major crossover was JLA/Avengers from the superstar team of Kurt Busiek and George Perez, which wrapped up its run in 2004.
Since then both companies have undergone a major transformation, from things like line-wide publishing overhaul to huge leaps to the big screen.
Since Simone first tweeted out her idea, creators who have worked at both publishers have been sharing ideas for what a crossover might look like and what they’d specifically lie to work on.
The writer of the Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel book Scott Snyder suggested a “Batman vs. Everyone”
Venom and Thor writer Donny Cates suggested things like Silver Surfer and Green Lantern, and Mister Miracle artist Mitch Gerads offered “Captain Marvel/Captain Marvel,” which would presumably unite the characters of Carol Danvers and Billy Batson.
Which Universe’s Superhero is more powerful?
So, here is a comparison between Superman and Hulk.
Superman is one of the most powerful superheroes ever. Let’s see which of them are the greatest.
Flight: The first power that comes to mind when we think of Superman is that he can fly. Reasons behind his flying varied from him having telekinetic powers to having his own gravitational field he can change at will.
Speed: Superman is capable of moving faster than light. According to Batman, Superman’s fastest speed recorded is more than 10 Billion mph. That is 15 times the speed of light.
Super Strength: As you might be aware that Superman gets his strength from the Sun. Hence his strength is limitless. Giving you an approximate idea, he can lift up 200 quintillion tons with one hand only.
Durability: Except Kryptonian weapon, he has survived attacks equal to the Supernova. He can take more than 9 octillion megaton yield of small supernova blast without being supercharged from the Sun.
If you ask anyone about Hulk’s power, they’ll say he is powerful. Apparently he is the most powerful of them all.
Jump: The first thing that comes to our mind when we think about Hulk is that he can run and jump a few miles in one go. Which is pretty casual for him. But when he is really trying, he can even travel across oceans and land on different continents. The one thing to worry about is that when he lands on the earth which actually Earthquake and shockwaves after a, particularly long jump.
Strength: Well, as we all are aware that his powers depend upon his emotional state. So the limit of strength is unknown. He can lift a ship weighing 100s of tons. So the angrier he gets, the stronger he gets.
Speed: Talking about his speed, well not only he can destroy anything he wants, but he can actually win against most superheroes in a race. He is pretty fast. You might have seen him running faster than the missile launched from an Apache helicopter. He can go a hundred miles per hour and also enter the low earth orbit by jumping as we have seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron the last time.
Durability: Like Deadpool and Wolverine, Hulk has superhuman healing and regenerating ability. He can grow new tissues in a matter of seconds. It has been said that hulk can heal faster than anyone in MCU.