The Amalgam Age of Comics

In 1996 and 1997 DC and Marvel temporarily put aside their differences and released a bunch of titles under the Amalgam Comics banner. The two companies worked together and created crazy, mixed up jumbles of some of their best characters. I've decided to see if I can create some new Amalgam characters using the magic of Photoshop! If you have an unofficial DC/Marvel mash-up that you'd like to see, just let me know!
It was the end of the Identity War. The Superhuman Registration Act had split the superhuman community down the middle and old allies found themselves at war! The leaders of both factions, Iron Lantern and Super-Soldier were engaged in a brutal final conflict. Super-Soldier appeared to be gaining the upper hand when all of a sudden, tragedy struck! While the heroes had been distracted by their own internal struggle The Green Skull had robbed the monstrous Doctor Doomsday of his vast intellect and the crazed Doctor began rampaging around Metropolis. The heroes formed a truce in order to end Doomsday’s path of destruction but it was too late. In order to end the rampage once and for all, Super-Soldier sacrificed his own life. The Soldier of Steel died in the arms of his true love, Sharon Carter. The city was safe and the heroes were united once more. But at what cost?!

Superman’s death is by Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding and is fromSuperman #75. Iron Lantern is from Iron Lantern #1 by Paul Smith.

It was the end of the Identity War. The Superhuman Registration Act had split the superhuman community down the middle and old allies found themselves at war! The leaders of both factions, Iron Lantern and Super-Soldier were engaged in a brutal final conflict. Super-Soldier appeared to be gaining the upper hand when all of a sudden, tragedy struck! While the heroes had been distracted by their own internal struggle The Green Skull had robbed the monstrous Doctor Doomsday of his vast intellect and the crazed Doctor began rampaging around Metropolis. The heroes formed a truce in order to end Doomsday’s path of destruction but it was too late. In order to end the rampage once and for all, Super-Soldier sacrificed his own life. The Soldier of Steel died in the arms of his true love, Sharon Carter. The city was safe and the heroes were united once more. But at what cost?!

Superman’s death is by Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding and is fromSuperman #75. Iron Lantern is from Iron Lantern #1 by Paul Smith.

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