History Headscratchers / AmalgamUniverse

15th Feb '17 10:26:53 AM fruitstripegum
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26th Apr '16 8:07:58 PM Dvandemon
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* Having read and re-read the Marvel vs DC mini series, I am still confused as to which brother is which... both brothers are seen with characacters from both universes but I just want clarification. Red or blue, who is who?

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* Having read and re-read the Marvel vs DC mini series, I am still confused as to which brother is which... both brothers are seen with characacters from both universes but I just want clarification. Red or blue, who is who?who?
** I'm presuming Marvel is red and DC is blue going by the logos of their recent productions.
29th Nov '15 8:28:38 PM BigMike20X6
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** Anthropomorphic Personification. The moe one is a specific type of anthropomorphism where the brothers don't fit (they are too muscular to be considered Moes)

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** Anthropomorphic Personification. The moe one is a specific type of anthropomorphism where the brothers don't fit (they are too muscular to be considered Moes)Moes)

*Having read and re-read the Marvel vs DC mini series, I am still confused as to which brother is which... both brothers are seen with characacters from both universes but I just want clarification. Red or blue, who is who?
14th Jun '15 4:09:57 PM nombretomado
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* I heard that Amalgam-related events were supposedly canon for both Marvel and DC (though for obvious reasons [[ExiledFromContinuity they could never mention them in their personal comics]]). And there is {{JLA-Avengers}}, which is also supposedly canon for both of them, but the two things aren't canon to each other. I understand the real reason is most likely that Kurt Busiek didn't want to deal with this stuff, but I wonder, if there exists an in-universe explanation?

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* I heard that Amalgam-related events were supposedly canon for both Marvel and DC (though for obvious reasons [[ExiledFromContinuity they could never mention them in their personal comics]]). And there is {{JLA-Avengers}}, ComicBook/JLAAvengers, which is also supposedly canon for both of them, but the two things aren't canon to each other. I understand the real reason is most likely that Kurt Busiek didn't want to deal with this stuff, but I wonder, if there exists an in-universe explanation?
5th Dec '14 3:52:07 PM DAMartin
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* I have one doubt; if the "Brothers" are the personifications of the Marvel and DC universe in Amalgam Universe then what will they be classified? As MoeAnthropomorphism or AnthropomorphicPersonification?

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* I have one doubt; if the "Brothers" are the personifications of the Marvel and DC universe in Amalgam Universe then what will they be classified? As MoeAnthropomorphism or AnthropomorphicPersonification?AnthropomorphicPersonification?
** Anthropomorphic Personification. The moe one is a specific type of anthropomorphism where the brothers don't fit (they are too muscular to be considered Moes)
30th Sep '14 2:02:30 AM SeptimusHeap
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* I have one doubt if the "Brothers" are the personifications of the Marvel and DC universe in Amalgam Universe then what will they be classified as MoeAnthropomorphism or AnthropomorphicPersonification

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\n* I have one doubt doubt; if the "Brothers" are the personifications of the Marvel and DC universe in Amalgam Universe then what will they be classified as classified? As MoeAnthropomorphism or AnthropomorphicPersonificationAnthropomorphicPersonification?
9th Apr '14 10:38:26 AM Redeemer121
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** The second mini-series follow-up, ''Unlimited Access'' might hold some clues here, as it implies that the heroes from both worlds tend to forget about the other world after some time (as such, Wonder Woman doesn't know who Access is, despite having met him in the previous mini-series, ''All-Access''). In JLA/Avengers, the heroes find a way to cross the universes that don't involve the two Brothers, but as they don't remember their previous team-ups and amalgamation, it would have been like the first time for them.

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** The second mini-series follow-up, ''Unlimited Access'' might hold some clues here, as it implies that the heroes from both worlds tend to forget about the other world after some time (as such, Wonder Woman doesn't know who Access is, despite having met him in the previous mini-series, ''All-Access''). In JLA/Avengers, the heroes find a way to cross the universes that don't involve the two Brothers, but as they don't remember their previous team-ups and amalgamation, it would have been like the first time for them.them.

* I have one doubt if the "Brothers" are the personifications of the Marvel and DC universe in Amalgam Universe then what will they be classified as MoeAnthropomorphism or AnthropomorphicPersonification
5th Dec '12 6:50:09 AM Roo
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* I heard that Amalgam-related events were supposedly canon for both Marvel and DC (though for obvious reasons [[ExiledFromContinuity they could never mention them in their personal comics]]). And there is {{JLA-Avengers}}, which is also supposedly canon for both of them, but the two things aren't canon to each other. I understand the real reason is most likely that Kurt Busiek didn't want to deal with this stuff, but I wonder, if there exists an in-universe explanation?

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* I heard that Amalgam-related events were supposedly canon for both Marvel and DC (though for obvious reasons [[ExiledFromContinuity they could never mention them in their personal comics]]). And there is {{JLA-Avengers}}, which is also supposedly canon for both of them, but the two things aren't canon to each other. I understand the real reason is most likely that Kurt Busiek didn't want to deal with this stuff, but I wonder, if there exists an in-universe explanation?explanation?
** The second mini-series follow-up, ''Unlimited Access'' might hold some clues here, as it implies that the heroes from both worlds tend to forget about the other world after some time (as such, Wonder Woman doesn't know who Access is, despite having met him in the previous mini-series, ''All-Access''). In JLA/Avengers, the heroes find a way to cross the universes that don't involve the two Brothers, but as they don't remember their previous team-ups and amalgamation, it would have been like the first time for them.
11th Feb '12 5:46:34 AM Zark
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* I heard that Amalgam-related events were supposedly canon for both Marvel and DC (though for obvious reasons [[ExiledFromContinuity they could never mention them in their personal comics]]). And there is JLAAvengers, which is also supposedly canon for both of them, but the two things aren't canon to each other. I understand the real reason is most likely that Kurt Busiek didn't want to deal with that stuff, but I wonder, if there exists an in-universe explanation?

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* I heard that Amalgam-related events were supposedly canon for both Marvel and DC (though for obvious reasons [[ExiledFromContinuity they could never mention them in their personal comics]]). And there is JLAAvengers, {{JLA-Avengers}}, which is also supposedly canon for both of them, but the two things aren't canon to each other. I understand the real reason is most likely that Kurt Busiek didn't want to deal with that this stuff, but I wonder, if there exists an in-universe explanation?
11th Feb '12 5:43:42 AM Zark
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* I heard that Amalgam-related events were supposedly canon for both Marvel and DC (though for obvious reasons [[ExiledFromContinuity they could never mention them in their personal comics]]). And there is JLAAvengers, which is also supposedly canon for both of them, but the two things aren't canon to each other. I understand the real reason is most likely that Kurt Busiek didn't want to deal with that stuff, but I wonder, if there exists an in-universe explanation?
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