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** Before they are forced to fight each other, a Daily Planet article shows us there have been some [[Main/LetsYouAndHimFight incidents]] in more cases the heroes of DC and Marvel have bascially welcomed each other as comrades with open arms and we see shots of Hawkman and Angel enjoying flying together.

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** Before they are forced to fight each other, a Daily Planet article shows us there have been some [[Main/LetsYouAndHimFight incidents]] in more cases the heroes of DC and Marvel have bascially basically welcomed each other as comrades with open arms and we see shots of Hawkman and Angel enjoying flying together.



*** The Lobo/Wolverine fight is actually justified. When the match ups were decided, a reader poll was conducted allowing fans to vote. Whoever got the most votes won the fight. Wolverine won the poll ([[WolverinePublicity who would have guessed]]). However a satisfying explanation was almost impossible since Lobo, who could go toe to toe with Superman, would be forced to lose the fight because Wolverine got the most votes. The behind the bar scene was written to show Wolverine doing ''something'' to make Lobo lose. When DC fans revolted asking how this was possible, a quick explanation was given saying the Wolverine paid off Lobo behind the bar. To be fair, the exact same result would have happened had Lobo won (the victor coming from behind the bar, and smoking the stray cigar.)


*** The Lobo/Wolverine fight is actually justified. When the match ups were decided, a reader poll was conducted allowing fans to vote. Whoever got the most votes won the fight. Wolverine won the poll ([[WolverinePublicity who would have guessed]]). However a satisfying explanation was almost impossible since Lobo, who could go toe to toe with Superman, would be forced to lose the fight because Wolverine got the most votes. The behind the bar scene was written to show Wolverine doing ''something'' to make Lobo lose. When DC fans revolted asking how this was possible, a quick explanation was given saying the Wolverine paid off Lobo behind the bar.

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*** The Lobo/Wolverine fight is actually justified. When the match ups were decided, a reader poll was conducted allowing fans to vote. Whoever got the most votes won the fight. Wolverine won the poll ([[WolverinePublicity who would have guessed]]). However a satisfying explanation was almost impossible since Lobo, who could go toe to toe with Superman, would be forced to lose the fight because Wolverine got the most votes. The behind the bar scene was written to show Wolverine doing ''something'' to make Lobo lose. When DC fans revolted asking how this was possible, a quick explanation was given saying the Wolverine paid off Lobo behind the bar. To be fair, the exact same result would have happened had Lobo won (the victor coming from behind the bar, and smoking the stray cigar.)


** Meanwhile, actual interesting matchups were one panel (Darkseid vs. Thanos, Nightwing vs. Gambit, Punisher vs. Deathstroke) and partnerships were similarly overlooked (like Hawkman and Angel flying together, or Supergirl and She-Hulk fighting crime).

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** Meanwhile, actual interesting matchups were one panel (Darkseid vs. Thanos, Nightwing vs. Gambit, Punisher vs. Deathstroke) and partnerships were similarly overlooked (like Hawkman and Angel flying together, Doctor Strange and Starman in a mystical adventure, or Supergirl and She-Hulk fighting crime).

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**Before they are forced to fight each other, a Daily Planet article shows us there have been some [[Main/LetsYouAndHimFight incidents]] in more cases the heroes of DC and Marvel have bascially welcomed each other as comrades with open arms and we see shots of Hawkman and Angel enjoying flying together.


* FanficFuel: The battles and team-ups shown in the first two issues (as mentioned below).

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* FanficFuel: The battles and team-ups shown in the first two issues their own one-panel (as mentioned below).


* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: At the end, the Brothers each catch a glimpse of a hero. Then they look at each other, and spoke for the first time as they shake hands.
-->"'''You've done well!'''"
* ShipTease: Between Spider-Man and Lois Lane. It's quickly stopped when Spider-Man asks Lois out on a date but she refuses because she is engaged.

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* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments:
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At the end, the Brothers each catch a glimpse of a hero. Then they look at each other, and spoke for the first time as they shake hands.
-->"'''You've --->"'''You've done well!'''"
** Robin defeats Jubilee without landing a single blow or damaging her in any way. He admits he had no intention of actually hurting her.
* ShipTease: ShipTease:
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Between Spider-Man and Lois Lane. It's quickly stopped when Spider-Man asks Lois out on a date but she refuses because she is engaged.engaged.
** Also done with Jubilee and Robin (see below).


*** Meanwhile, actual interesting matchups were one panel (Darkseid vs. Thanos, Nightwing vs. Gambit, Punisher vs. Deathstroke) and partnerships were similarly overlooked (like Hawkman and Angel flying together, or Supergirl and She-Hulk fighting crime).

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*** ** Meanwhile, actual interesting matchups were one panel (Darkseid vs. Thanos, Nightwing vs. Gambit, Punisher vs. Deathstroke) and partnerships were similarly overlooked (like Hawkman and Angel flying together, or Supergirl and She-Hulk fighting crime).

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* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: At the end, the Brothers each catch a glimpse of a hero. Then they look at each other, and spoke for the first time as they shake hands.
-->"'''You've done well!'''"


* FanficFuel: The battles and team-ups shown in the first two issues.

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* FanficFuel: The battles and team-ups shown in the first two issues.issues (as mentioned below).


* FanficFuel: The battles and team-ups shown in single panels (as mentioned below) while Clark Kent writes his article.

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* FanficFuel: The battles and team-ups shown in single panels (as mentioned below) while Clark Kent writes his article.the first two issues.

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* FanficFuel: The battles and team-ups shown in single panels (as mentioned below) while Clark Kent writes his article.


*** Meanwhile, actual interesting matchups were one panel (Darkseid vs. Thanos, Nightwing vs. Gambit) and partnerships were similarly overlooked (like Hawkman and Angel flying together).

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*** Meanwhile, actual interesting matchups were one panel (Darkseid vs. Thanos, Nightwing vs. Gambit) Gambit, Punisher vs. Deathstroke) and partnerships were similarly overlooked (like Hawkman and Angel flying together).together, or Supergirl and She-Hulk fighting crime).

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* ShipTease: Between Spider-Man and Lois Lane. It's quickly stopped when Spider-Man asks Lois out on a date but she refuses because she is engaged.

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*** The Lobo/Wolverine fight is actually justified. When the match ups were decided, a reader poll was conducted allowing fans to vote. Whoever got the most votes won the fight. Wolverine won the poll ([[WolverinePublicity who would have guessed]]). However a satisfying explanation was almost impossible since Lobo, who could go toe to toe with Superman, would be forced to lose the fight because Wolverine got the most votes. The behind the bar scene was written to show Wolverine doing ''something'' to make Lobo lose. When DC fans revolted asking how this was possible, a quick explanation was given saying the Wolverine paid off Lobo behind the bar.

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