The marvelous competition. Marvel Comics is a comic book publishing house famous for creating notable characters such as Spider-Man, Captain America, the Hulk, Iron Man and the X-Men. Marvel Comics and DC Comics have collaborated on several crossover projects together and also co-founded the short-lived Amalgam Comics imprint.

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DC/Marvel Crossovers

See also: Marvel Universe
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Superman vs The Amazing Spider-Man Superman and Spider-Man Batman vs The Incredible Hulk Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans Batman / Punisher: Lake of Fire
Punisher / Batman: Deadly Knights Darkseid vs Galactus: The Hunger Spider-Man and Batman Green Lantern / Silver Surfer: Unholy Alliances DC Versus Marvel
All Access Silver Surfer / Superman Batman/Captain America Daredevil/Batman Batman and Spider-Man
Unlimited Access Superman / Fantastic Four The Incredible Hulk vs Superman Batman/Daredevil JLA/Avengers

See Also


  • In 2009, The Walt Disney Company bought Marvel Entertainment.


  • Over the years, DC and Marvel have been strong rivals, their relationship ranging from being a friendly rivalry (with crossover events and the aforementioned Amalgam Comics) to accusations of theft.
  • In the Multiversity series, Major Comics is mentioned as a major competitor to DC Comics, responsible for the creation of several characters and teams that are reflective of Marvel properties, including the Retaliators (Avengers), Crusader (Captain America), Lord Havok (Doctor Doom), and more.

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