These DC/Marvel Mashups Will Prove How Similar Every Super Hero Is (But We Still Love 'em)

by Matthew Bailey 2 years ago in comics

Some of these combined characters highlight striking similarities between Marvel and DC superheroes.

These DC/Marvel Mashups Will Prove How Similar Every Super Hero Is (But We Still Love 'em)

The greatest debate in nearly all of nerd and geek culture is: #Marvel or #DC? For decades, fans of each comic book line have drawn metaphorical lines in the sand over the two publishing giants. The debate is likely never going to end, but that didn't stop illustrator and character designer Eric Guzman from giving us some brilliant fan art that combines our favorite characters.

Looking through his artwork adds fuel to the fire that in essence the studios are creating very similar characters - some of these combined characters highlight striking similarities. But even if their similarity is uncanny, it hasn't stopped fans on both sides of the comic book store from debating their superiority.

Eric's amalgams have given the in-between fans something to cheer about, because both characters combined are bound to be better than just one character on it's own. Check out some of his designs, and make sure to comment your favorite at the end.

Captain Krypton

  • Superman (DC) / Captain America (Marvel)

Ms. Wonder

Wonder Woman (DC) / Ms. Marvel (Marvel)

Martian Vision

Martian Manhunter (DC) / Vision (Marvel)

Marvelous Girl

Supergirl (DC) / Captain Marvel (Marvel)

Thunder God

Shazam (DC) / Thor (Marvel)


Nightwing (DC) / Daredevil (Marvel)

The Amazing Spider-Bat

Batman (DC) / Spider-Man (Marvel)

Poison Scorpion

Poison Ivy (DC) / Scorpion (Marvel)

Deadshot The Hunter

Deadshot (DC) / Kraven The Hunter (Marvel)


Bane (DC) / Venom (Marvel)


Darkseid (DC) / Red Skull (Marvel)

Brainim Zoliac

Brainiac (DC) / Arnim Zola (Marvel)

Darkseid (DC) / Red Skull (Marve

Matthew Bailey
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