: I have brought this subject up a couple of
: times on the boards and got almost no
: response.So if that happens again I will
: takethe hint and drop the subject.
: Simply put-I would see a cross-over for
: these two Kirby creation and I am not
: talking a vs book.I am talking a
: writer,artist,and editor ready to explore
: the subjects and themes Kirby started.Of
: course some vs stuff would go on-it wouldnt
: be a complete comic without some
: fighting.The older I become the more I
: apprecite Kirbys work and I loved most of it
: as a kid.
I think it would be an interesting concept which would be best served with Neil Gaiman's writing (he's great with big concepts)and John Romita, Jr. (the other half of the mini-series team) on art (I'd love to see his Darkseid). Maybe Darkseid could be seeking a way to by-pass New Genesis by invading the Eternals' universe or he wants to use celestial power and/or technology to get the Anti-Life Equation (of course, this is ignoring to an extent current developments.) In the attempt, Domo (the Eternal who ran the monitoring devices in the Kirby series) detects the forces and alerts Thena, Zuras, Ikaris, et. al. Izaya/Takion does likewise with Orion, Mr. Miracle et. al. Druig and/or Thanos decides to take action to seize control of the power. Of course, the potential for interhero conflict with hotheads such as Orion and The Reject on hand could happen.
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