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  1. (DBWI) No HIT Comics?

    OK, so everyone at this point has heard of the two biggest Comic Publishers of all time right? DC (formerly National) and HIT (Formerly Quality) have been in the pop culture Nexus ever since the 1930s, although it was the 40s when they both truly hit their stride with guys like Wonder Woman...
  2. Crisis on Infinite Earths: Two Earths Alt Ending.

    Everyone who's into comics will be familiar with the Crisis on Infinite Earths event/storyline created by DC in the mid-80s that sought that bring an end to the muddled continuity of the then DC Multiverse by merging the 5 most popular Earths into one, big continuity. Those Earths were the then...
  3. What if Marvel went to Warner Instead of DC?

    OK, I asked this question a while ago on Reddit and the response was...mixed at best, So I figured I'd re-ask it here and see what comes of it. In 1967, National Periodical Publications, the company that in a decade would officially become DC Comics, was bought by a Car Parking and Cleaning...
  4. Company 3: The History of Endgame Comics.
    Threadmarks: A Fateful Choice

    Prologue: A Fateful Choice It was impossible to pretend that Steve Ditko was anything other than one of the biggest names in the comic book world. Right alongside the likes of Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Gardener Fox, he had been in the game for one hell of a long time and without a doubt, his...
  5. THeaven

    Fawcett comics survives

    In 1949 National Comics tried and failed to both have Fawcett cease publication of Captain Marvel comics and have Republic Pictures withhold release of the Captain Marvel serial via a cease and desistin June 1941.When the action went unheeded, Detective and Superman, Inc. filed suit against...
  6. WI: Jason Todd Lives

    We all know what happened to Jason Todd. During the famed 1988 "A Death in the Family" storyline, readers could vote on whether he survived being beaten senseless and left to die in an explosion by the Joker. Since he was widely hated by the readers, they overwhelmingly voted to kill him off...
  7. Batman Begins begins a expanded universe

    The christopher Nolan’s batman movies were wildly popular unlike a lot of the movies in the DCEU. So my question is what if DC after Batman begins DC create its on expanded universe before marvel.
  8. THeaven

    Christopher Reeve in Supergirl (reloaded)

    After the failure that was Superman III Alexander & Ilya Salkind went to work on a Spinoff movie based on Superman's cousin Supergirl but for the movie to work they would need Christopher Reeve to pass the Torch. Reeve feeling typecast but getting the Directors bug goes to Warner Media &...
  9. Aloha

    Marvel buys DC Comics in 1984

    I used to be really into comics, so I decided to make a comic WI. In 1984 Warner Bros. almost closed down the DC Comics publishing imprint and licensed the characters to Marvel. https://comicbook.com/2015/01/04/the-story-behind-the-time-marvel-almost-bought-dc-comics/ So what if Marvel did end...
  10. WI: Amalgam Comics always existing pop-culture effects

    In a world where Amalgam Comics has been around since the 1930's (I'm assuming that's when they were formed since their fictional history goes back to the Golden Age of Comics) and DC and Marvel never existed what would be the pop culture effects?
  11. Narissa

    WI: Teen Titans Go! never greenlighted?

    ^ What if TTG was never green lighted by Cartoon Network? What would the outcomes be? Would we see the DC Nation block surviving longer? What about Cartoon Network's current mentality? Would we see them make less reboots? What would be the overall status of the cartoon playing field? Let's...
  12. Mr_Fanboy

    WI: No Image Comics?

    In 1992, several prominent artists for Marvel Comics, including Erik Larsen, Rob Liefeld, Jim Lee, and Todd MacFarlane left the House of Ideas in order to found Image Comics. This due to their frustration that Marvel did not grant them much in the way of royalties from their popular works...
  13. loneranger

    AHC: Make a comic book Legacy stick

    Perhaps the most well known instance of a legacy character (which is one character taking the superhero identity of another, for whatever reason) is Wally West becoming Flash after the death of Barry Allen. This lasted for about 20 years. My challenge to you, should you accept it, is to try...
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