Comic Book Mash-Ups: Two-Face Style

Haven’t done any comic mash-ups in a while, so I figured I’d throw a few up this week. I went a little DC heavy combining a few frames from the old, James Robinson, Don Kramer, and Leonard Kirk collaboration, Batman: Face the Face (2006). Along with the single comic mash-ups I decided to blend in some Arkham Asylum: Living Hell #4 (2003), to feature the difference in styles between Killer Croc. I’ve always loved the Aaron Cash and Killer Croc story-arc within Arkham Asylum, so I figured why not show the difference in drawing styles for the reptilian maniac. The Killer Croc and Aaron Cash feud has become increasingly more popular thanks to the success of the Batman: Arkham video game franchise.

From Batman: Face the Face

From Batman: Face the Face

The cover of the graphic novel collection with a little Two-Face action.

The cover of the graphic novel collection with a little Two-Face action.

Two Face photo-FtF

Batman FtoF cover

The original photos before the mash-ups.

Batman cover Face to Face

Living Hell #4 with Killer Croc from Batman: Face the Face

Living Hell #4 with Killer Croc from Batman: Face the Face

Killer Croc FtF

Killer Croc Arkam Asylum

I’ve always loved Omega Red. He was one of the few 90s X-Men villains that stood the test of time, but I’ve always liked him better when he’s been Wolverine’s nemesis, so I figured it was only fitting to add a little Omega Red to the cover of Wolverine #128 (1998). The Omega Red portion is from Uncanny X-Men #4 (1991).

Wolverine cover wit Omega Red

Wolverine

Stay tuned, I’ll have a few more Omega Red mash-ups coming within the next week! X-Men cover #5

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