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  • pulphero
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    Originally posted by PulpCrazy View Post
    I wonder if this mini will tie into the events of the Lone Ranger: Death of Zorro mini from a few years back.

    Probably not now that I think about it. Since Zorro was older when he passed away and these ladies are his contemporaries and looking young.
    Not sure what made you think of that. But the new series might have something to do with both the LADY RAWHIDE and LADY ZORRO miniseries.

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    Originally posted by rasx View Post
    This is coming in March:
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    I wonder if this mini will tie into the events of the Lone Ranger: Death of Zorro mini from a few years back.

    Probably not now that I think about it. Since Zorro was older when he passed away and these ladies are his contemporaries and looking young.
    Last edited by PulpCrazy; 12-19-2014, 03:48 PM.

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  • ralphuniverse
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    G'day,

    This is coming in March as well.

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    This is coming in March:
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    Originally posted by PulpCrazy View Post
    The Shadow/The Scorpion
    sounds good to me
    Originally posted by PulpCrazy View Post
    by Howard Chaykin
    up until then.

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    The Shadow/The Scorpion by Howard Chaykin

    Red Sonja/Wulf the Barbarian

    Green Hornet/Lone Ranger

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    Tarzan/Turok
    Transformers/Magnus Robot Fighter
    Tarzan/Black Panther
    Vampirella/Purgatori/Chastity (I still think that these characters can share a universe.)

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  • Son of Tarzan
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    Tarzan/The Phantom
    Dark Shadows/Kolchak
    Doc Savage/Bionic Man
    John Carter/Flash Gordon
    Zorro/The Phantom

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  • pulphero
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    Teen Titans VS. G-Force (aka Science Ninja Team Gatchaman / Battle of the Planets) (circa 1970s).

    Jonah Hex/The Man With No Name/Django
    Last edited by pulphero; 11-18-2014, 03:28 PM.

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    Beavis & Butthead meet Red Sonja...

    Heh heh heh..

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    Dynamite Chaos universe meeting the new Lady Death universe?

    Seems inevitable.

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    Originally posted by Blinky McQuade View Post
    . . . Flash Gordon meets Buck Rogers (DE might have missed this opportunity when they had both) . . .
    For this and many other suggestions, you're missing a key point when you say "when they had both".

    Yes, Dynamite may be creating / publishing new material with these characters, but many times Dynamite doesn't OWN the characters. There are many that are licensed properties, such as Flash Gordon. When you license the rights to use a character, there can also be restrictions on how they can be used, including appearing in the same story with characters licensed from other companies. If you had licenses to maybe make a Wonder Woman movie and maybe make a Brenda Starr movie, those licenses probably would not allow you to make a porno lesbian movie with the two characters.

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    These team ups/meetings can be desired but there is a reality to these ideas. Companies may lose the license of characters and gain licenses of other characters. DE had BOTH Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers but lost Rogers to Hermes Press--missed opportunity unless DE and Hermes team up to co-publish a team up (might not be worth the payout as both characters are not as popular as they used to be). Also, under different licensing agreements there might be restrictions and approvals to be made prior.

    IDW gave me the dream team up of Dr. Who/Star Trek crossover (I waited for decades for that crossover--at least they gave me for one issue in the miniseries a team up of Tom Baker's Doctor and Kirk/Spock/Bones) but the disappointing part was that there was a team up of the Cybermen and the Borg and great effort went to showing how similar the two franchises were than to celebrate the differences of the two franchises. AND under the category of missed opportunities, before IDW lost the Dr. Who license, there could have been a story where the TARDIS lands in MegaCityOne (IDW was publishing Judge Dredd at the same time as Dr. Who (the two greatest British comic book icons--Dr. Who's comic has been around as long as the tv series). I could imagine Dredd writing up the Doctor for illegally parking the TARDIS. IDW and DC gave an unexpected Star Trek/LSH crossover and is currently making a Star Trek/Planet of the Apes crossover.

    DE and Dark Horse are giving us a Conan/Red Sonja soon! I look forward to it. DC and DE just gave us the Batman 66 and the Green Hornet. I say let's keep this going as there are more interesting concepts to be had. I just caution the writing of the crossover not to get too cliched in plotting.

    Maybe the Lone Ranger can track down those scoundrels Bart and Brett Maverick?
    Better yet--How about a Lone Ranger/Red Ryder graphic novel to be released around the holiday season (maybe a advertisement on the TBS' 24 hours of a Christmas Story)? Little Beaver meets a heroic adult Native American in Tonto (different tribal nations).

    G-8 & his Battle Aces vs Enemy Ace
    G-8 meets the Spider (both published by Argosy)

    How about a sequel team up of Rocketeer and Justice Inc. (Doc Savage and the Shadow both met Cliff)? IDW and DC copublished a Spirit/Rocketeer team up.

    Team ups/meetings can be fun but there needs to be an effort to tell good stories than resort to cliched comparison stories.

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    Red Sonja and Wonder Woman
    Vampirella and Constantine
    Dr. Who/UNIT and Stargate SG1
    Steampunk Green Hornet meets Sherlock Holmes
    Steampunk Starbuck of Classic Battlestar Galatica tries to charm Steampunk Red Sonja
    Steampunk Green Hornet hunted by Steampunk Phantom
    Vampirella hunted by Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    Flash Gordon vs Aliens
    The Phantom or Lothar or Jungle Jim hunted by the Predator
    Black Bat meets Daredevil--but I can not see that (sorry bad taste)
    Black Bat meets Batman (did they both publish at the same time pulps and comics respectfully out of some gentleman's agreement?)
    Red Sonja meets the Warlord (maybe get Mike Grell involved)
    Red Sonja meets Amethyst vs some blue menace/threat--color me a joke
    Voltron vs Godzilla
    Voltron meets the Starblazers
    Sherlock Holmes meets Detective Conan of Case Closed
    Bionic Man meets DC's Cyborg
    Prince Lothar meets the Black Panther
    Modern day Doc Savage discovers the science behind Silver Star
    Flash Gordon meets Captain Victory & the Galaxy Rangers
    Mandrake meets Kirby's Satan Six
    Flash Gordon meets Kirby's Galactic Bounty Hunters






    I like the idea of James Bond and the Bionic Woman--now there is a Bond girl that James needs to be careful about
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  • ralphuniverse
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    G'day,

    How about Bionic Woman meets James Bond. Thats something that could easily happen soon as DE now has both.

    Lone Ranger meets historical wild west characters ie Annie Oakley (her sharp shooting skills were virtually in the super human class).
    Would the Lone Ranger be around during the Sherlock Holmes time frame? That would be interesting.

    HG Wells' War of the Worlds - with John Carter on Mars and Sherlock Holmes on Earth -Wade Wellman wrote Sherlock Holmes's war of the worlds back in the 1970's excellent book.

    Could the Invisible Man pop up in the 1970's Six Million Dollar man?

    I realize the rights to the following are all over the place but how about the ultimate underwater TV adventure:

    Seahunt , Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and The Man from Atlantis
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