Melissa Wilson turned in a pic of four red-headed destroyers of
personal property. Besides Guy Gardner: Warrior, we have: Tasuki
from Fushigi Yuugi (published in English comic translation by Viz
in Animerica Extra), Lina Inverse from Slayers (English trans comic
by CPM), and Hikaru from Magic Knight Rayearth (English trans comic
"Batman and the Grifter" by Brandon Blank
The first of two entries by The Brothers Grimm, "Batman and the
Barbi Twins" is hilarious. Not much chance of this one really happening.
But then, "Sugar, Spike and Spawn" doesn't stand a snowball's chance
uh, heck (there are children present) of being made, does
"Superman and the Phantom" is by Rick Blackwell. A few years back,
DC had its hands on The Phantom; I wonder why they never tried this
crossover back then?
"Industrial Knights," featuring Batman and IronMan, is the first
of two entries by Bill Wiist.
The second entry by Bill Wiist, "Man and Superman", is a very admirable
blend of artwork and photographic clipart.
"Superman and Daredevil" was submitted by Christian Moore, the winner
of several past art contests!
"Battle in the Batcave" is by Fanzing Newcomer John D. Williams.
You'll be seeing more of his work in future issues of Fanzing.
And the winner is
We would be doing a disservice if we didn't mention that Chris's
picture, "Superman/Daredevil," received 9 points. This beat out
Bill Wiist's "Fantastic Four & Superman" pic and "Sugar, Spike and
Spawn" by the Brothers Grinn by only one point, as each of the other
two entries had 8. Good job, all of you!
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