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Crisis on Multiple Earths: The Team-Ups, Vol. 2 (Crisis on Multiple Earths: The Team-Ups #2)

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SC, TPB, in cello, New, Written by Gardner Fox, John Broome, and Mike Friedrich. Art by Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, and Neal Adams. Cover by Alex Ross. Published in March of 2007, Softcover, 200 pages, full color. Cover price $14.99.

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Joshlynn
Jun 20, 2012 Joshlynn rated it really liked it
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The Wildcat/Spectre story cracked me up. It's a perfect Silver Age tale, with just the right amounts of corn, surprisingly thoughtful sci-fi, vaguely defined mysticism, and even a hilarious semi-metaphysical ending. Spectre is giving one of the sappiest monologues I've ever read about Wildcat's newfound calling to coach children on how to beat the shit out of each other, only to be cut off mid-sentence by (I'm assuming) the editors, saying "alright, let's wrap this up." There's another surprisin ...more
Don
Nov 16, 2008 Don rated it liked it
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More fun teaming Silver Age and Golden Age heroes outside of the annual JLA/JSA crossovers. Most of the stories are written by Gardner Fox & John Broome, and thus contain a bewildering mix of impressive hard sci-fi concepts and yet utterly ridiculous plots; on the other hand, the Wildcat/Spectre team-up by Mike Friedrich and Neal Adams is so well done it seems at least ten years ahead of its time.
Jean-Pierre Vidrine
Aug 28, 2010 Jean-Pierre Vidrine rated it really liked it
Great fun! DC is usually at its best when traversing Earths. The real treat here is the team-up of Green Lanterns, but they're all fun. Honorable mention: the Spectre-Wildcat team-up, unexpected but a great read. There should have been more.
Zack! Empire
Jul 28, 2015 Zack! Empire rated it liked it
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Not too bad. It sucks that most of the stories are team ups between the Flashes, or Green Lanterns. I guess the writers of those titles just liked to do those team up stories. It also kind of sucked that they seemed to just stick with people teaming up with their counter from the other earth. It would have been cool to see characters like Doctor Fate and the Atom team up since they come from different styles of stories.
It doesn't look like these stories will continue to be collected which kind
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Matthew
Feb 10, 2009 Matthew rated it really liked it
All the bright color and imagination of the silver age. Really cool, but sometimes implausible concepts. Often unintentionally funny, but thats all part of the charm. In fact at some point it becomes self-aware and turns tongue in cheek. For fans only.
Timothy Boyd
Jan 26, 2016 Timothy Boyd rated it really liked it
I was always a big fan of the JLA/JSA crossovers when DC had the multitude of worlds before their revamp in "Crises on Infinite Earths". Great stories and good art and a ton of heroes in each story. Very recommended
Drew Perron
Mar 06, 2014 Drew Perron rated it really liked it
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Okay, look: The '40s Green Lantern has to hop between universes and team up with the '60s Green Lantern when the original Lantern's comic relief sidekick's car comes to life and starts committing crimes. If that sentence appeals to you, read this book.
Steve
Mar 01, 2010 Steve rated it liked it
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Decent silver age teamups of JLA and JSA team members. The Starman/Black Canary story at the beginning is the best of the bunch.
Lyric
Jul 15, 2010 Lyric rated it really liked it
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Great fun! Though I would have liked to see Superman and Wonder Woman helping out in this scenario. They would have been awesome in the Anti-Matter Man battle.
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Gardner Francis Cooper Fox was an American writer best known for creating numerous comic book characters for DC Comics. Comic book historians estimate that he wrote over 4,000 comics stories.

Pseudonyms:
Jefferson Cooper
Bart Sommers
Paul Dean
Ray Gardner
Lynna Cooper
Rod Gray
Larry Dean
Robert Starr
Don, Ed, Warner and Michael Blake
Tex and Willis Blane
Ed Carlisle
Edgar Weston
Tex Slade
Eddie Duane
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