Deadpool is sort of a mix between a parody of Deathstroke and a parody of Wolverine.
I'd say the two characters are pretty similar, the key difference is that Wolverine is a man without a past. Deathstroke is a man with a heavy past.
Of the Judge Dredd crossovers, that was my least favorite.
I'm gonna go with Superman for two reasons.
I haven't seen much of BTAS
It surpasses most of the Superman comics I've read.
I've seen comic adaptations of the Hobbit around, I haven't looked at them, but they do exist.
As for Harry Potter, this is the closest I've seen:
Or Sauron taking control of the Lantern Rings.
EDIT: A Green Lantern/Lord of the Rings could be pretty cool actually.
Also, there were a few good crossovers between DC and Marvel.
Titans vs. X-men, the original Spider-man vs. Superman, the first Batman/Punisher, the second Batman/Spider-Man...
DC vs. Lord of the Rings!!! (There's no way that'd ever get approved and it would probably be pretty horrible. DC/Harry Potter would probably be better.)
I grew up watching my mom's Superman: The Animated Series dvds.
In that case, I'd recommend changing this to a discussion about the "DC stuff" that TMNT is in.
Otherwise this conversation will likely be deleted.
"The main box is on the right, where readers expect an image to be."
Actually, I kind of liked it when disambigs had the image on the left, so that they were distinguished from standard pages.
I think its from 2016 actually.
I own the 2008 edition and it's pretty cool.
I liked what little of Powers I read. Though I think Top 10 is a better take on the super-hero cop story.
I'm not a die hard Supergirl fan, but what little I read of New 52 Supergirl was quite good, far better than Superman's main title.
I have a list of trades collecting comics published since the Rebirth relaunch, but it's several months out of date.
Since no one else has mentioned it, I'd like to toss in Lemire's Animal Man and Snyder's Swamp Thing. The first three volumes of both series tell an interconnected story and the Rotworld crossover is absolutely epic.
The Sistine Chapel took 8 years?
Watching The Agony and the Ectasy will feel weird now.
I didn't like Volume 1 of NTT all that much, but Volume 2 was really good. The series kept getting better from there and is one of my favorite team books.
Greg Pak outlines the creative process from his perspective:
"The imprint intends to present traditional DC Universe characters for young adult readers."
I thought comics were already marketed towards young adults.
These books look like they'd have appealed to me a few years ago, but "young adult" would be a better term to describe my age (16) now.
My guess is that these books are marketed towards those who are more into "YA" novels rather than teenagers in general.