Your Favorite Crossovers - Book and Comic edition

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Re: Your Favorite Crossovers - Book and Comic edition

Post by Ares » Wed Jan 02, 2019 11:53 pm

You know, spent New Years sick, I spent hours waiting in the doctors office to get checked out, decided to knock out some work at the office while the local pharmacy worked on my prescription, found out they lost my prescription and I'll have to wait until tomorrow, and generally I've mostly wasted my time while making occasional bursts of productivity.

But you know what?

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Today's a GOOD DAY. :)

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Re: Your Favorite Crossovers - Book and Comic edition

Post by Woodclaw » Thu Jan 03, 2019 11:59 am

Ares wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 11:53 pm
You know, spent New Years sick, I spent hours waiting in the doctors office to get checked out, decided to knock out some work at the office while the local pharmacy worked on my prescription, found out they lost my prescription and I'll have to wait until tomorrow, and generally I've mostly wasted my time while making occasional bursts of productivity.

But you know what?

Image

Today's a GOOD DAY. :)
This begs the question, since Castle Greyskull is a repository of power and it exists in multiple points in time, is it possible that it's in fact a manifestation of the Rock of Eternity?
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Re: Your Favorite Crossovers - Book and Comic edition

Post by Ares » Thu Jan 03, 2019 6:00 pm

In that issue, the Wizard Shazam describes the Rock of Eternity to Adam as as "It is everywhere, beside nothing, indirectly adjacent to your own Castle Grayskull". So they occupy a similar place but aren't directly linked to one another.

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Re: Your Favorite Crossovers - Book and Comic edition

Post by RUSCHE » Fri Jan 04, 2019 1:49 am

Ares wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 11:53 pm
You know, spent New Years sick, I spent hours waiting in the doctors office to get checked out, decided to knock out some work at the office while the local pharmacy worked on my prescription, found out they lost my prescription and I'll have to wait until tomorrow, and generally I've mostly wasted my time while making occasional bursts of productivity.

But you know what?

Image

Today's a GOOD DAY. :)
Oh that is a beautiful sight...

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Re: Your Favorite Crossovers - Book and Comic edition

Post by Ares » Fri Jan 04, 2019 2:18 am

I just realize Shazam just created a White Adam there.

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Re: Your Favorite Crossovers - Book and Comic edition

Post by HalloweenJack » Sun Feb 03, 2019 6:16 pm

finished up Rick And Morty/Dungeons and Dragons


pretty decent mini-series. even had Dungeon Master in it.

Was a legitimately good story where Jerry, JERRY, ended up being the biggest hero and the best D&D player and even got to lay the verbal smack down, pointing out to Morty that with his charisma boost he can see that Rick isn't cool. He can do cool things, but when he doesn't have the tools to do those things he's just miserable....which is what he truly is all the time. And Jerry also throwing out he's not cool now because he's charismatic. He's just charismatic.

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Re: Your Favorite Crossovers - Book and Comic edition

Post by HalloweenJack » Sun Feb 03, 2019 6:38 pm

Woodclaw wrote:
Wed May 02, 2018 7:32 am
Batgirl III wrote:
Wed May 02, 2018 12:10 am
Woodclaw wrote:
Tue May 01, 2018 11:53 pm


I was kind of bummed that it didn't turn out that Hank was Bones's ancestor ... in a way it would have made sense, Bones was already 137 years old when he toured the Enterprise-D during its maiden voyage, all in all I wouldn't be surprised to discover he was a mutant.
Average lifespan in the 23rd Centurty is into the 130’s, so Admiral McCoy is just above average but within the statistical margin. But I’m totally adopting it as head canon that he has Hank as an ancestor.
I'm not sure if that was canon before the reboot movies established that in the alternate timeline Archer lived up to 131 years. From what little I remember from some previous interactions, Bones was considered something of an exception.

I'd always heard McCoy had a longer lifespan due to that machine in one of the episodes that saved his life. The World is Hollow and I have Touched The Sky I think. Like it saved his life from the terminal disease he had contracted, but also extended it greatly.

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