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In this universe, Marvel and DC characters coexist with one another. It also includes characters from other franchises, such as the Transformers, WildC.A.T.s, Witchblade, and Shi.

The Incredible Hulk vs. Superman

Was set in the Silver Age of Comic Books. Having triggered a battle between the two using a robot duplicate of the Hulk, Lex Luthor attempts to use the military's gamma-ray technology to stop Superman and the Hulk.

Galactus vs. Darkseid: The Hunger

Set during the time period when the Silver Surfer is Galactus' Herald. The Surfer arrives on Apokolips to prepare it for Galactus' arrival. He encounters Orion, who has defied Highfather's order not to come to the aid of Apokolips. Orion feels it is dishonorable to stand by and allow Galactus to consume the planet. He engages the Surfer in battle and is quickly defeated.

Not long afterward, Galactus arrives and is prepared to consume Apokolips. Despite being extremely weak from hunger, Galactus easily overcomes Apokolips' defenses, including an assault from Darkseid himself. As Galactus prepares to consume the planets energies, his technology reveals that Apokolips, despite the abundace of sentient humanoid life, has no life energy to consume. Having no further business, Galactus and the Surfer depart.

Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man

Spider-Man and Superman fight Doctor Octopus and Lex Luthor in the first crossover, and battle Doctor Doom and Parasite in the second (Wonder Woman and the Hulk guest-star, the Hulk clashing briefly with Superman while Wonder Woman is tricked by Doom into briefly attacking Spider-Man).

  • What If? #1 : Shows part of the first crossover, showing Superman's fist and Spidey on panel. Uatu the Watcher, when showing various Marvel timelines, questions whether Spider-Man's fight with the costume-clad alien took place within this continuity or another.

Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans

The X-Men and Teen Titans team up to defeat Dark Phoenix (Darkseid creates a copy of Dark Phoenix using residual Phoenix energy where the original Phoenix used her powers), Deathstroke, and Darkseid (shared continuity). There were plans for a second crossover, involving The Cult Of Brother Blood and The Hellfire Club.

Batman/Spider-Man

In the first one the Joker and Carnage are subject to a new treatment that uses a chip to remove violent impulses, but Carnage's symbiote cures him and he removes the Joker's (although the two don't get along due to the Joker favouring theatrical murder while Carnage prefers simple mass murder). In the second, the two face Ra's Al Ghul and the Kingpin, but Kingpin betrays Ra's and contacts the two heroes to save New York.

Batman/Punisher

The two take on Jigsaw and the Joker. (Note this wasn't the Bruce Wayne Batman but the fill-in Jean-Paul Valley Batman from the Knightfall saga).

Punisher/Batman

In this second team-up, the Punisher teams with the real Bruce Wayne Batman. Once again the Joker and Jigsaw are the enemies.

Daredevil/Batman

Batman and Daredevil join forces against Two-Face and Mr. Hyde.

Batman/Daredevil

The two battle the Kingpin and Scarecrow.

Batman vs The Incredible Hulk

Batman encounters Hulk under Joker's control and stops his rampage using a gas bomb. The Shaper of Worlds grants Joker omnipotent powers in exchange for saving his life, but the Hulk and Batman are able to drive the Joker to use his powers so much that his mind nearly collapses.

New Avengers/Transformers

Megatron's first course of action is to establish a base in the Eastern European country of Latveria and attack the neighboring country of Symkaria knowing the Symkarians would blame the Latverians and likely start a war over the matter. He also stole the Psycho-Prism from Doctor Doom which has the effect of increasing hostile tendencies of nearby humans, which would further escalate tensions. Both the Avengers and Autobots investigate the disturbance.

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New Avengers Transformers #1 "Man and Machine: Part 1"


Other Residents

Algie (Earth-7642)

Algie (Earth-7642) from Punisher Meets Archie Vol 1 1 0001

Algie

Algie was a member of the rival gang of Red Fever who was called by Ernie after he got the tip from Scooter that Red Fever was in Riverdale and ultimately he clashed with the whole gang against the Punisher.[1]

Ally (Earth-7642)

Jenny (Earth-7642) from Daredevil Batman Vol 1 1 001

Ally

Ally and her twin sister Jenny were the daughters of James, a technology supply warehouse owner, whose pictures were in his wallet and to which Mr. Hyde said he could go to find them just to scare James before killing him.[2]

Anderson (Earth-7642)

Anderson (Earth-7642) from Backlash Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001

Agent Anderson

Agent Anderson of Department PSI accompanied Agent Hooper and Agent Westwood to John F. Kennedy International Airport, where they picked up Agent Reed and Colonel Marc Slayton.[3]

Andy (Earth-7642)

Andy (Earth-7642) from Punisher Meets Archie Vol 1 1 0001

Andy

Andy was a member of the rival gang of Red Fever who was called by Ernie after he got the tip from Scooter that Red Fever was in Riverdale and ultimately he clashed with the whole gang against the Punisher.[1]

Arnie (Earth-7642)

Arnie (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Arnie

Arnie was a bartender at the Black Swan Cafe. He kicked out a beggar from the bar once Rico, a patron, brought him to Arnie's attention.[4]

Assad (Earth-7642)

Assad (Earth-7642) from Team X Team 7 Vol 1 1 001

Colonel Assad

Colonel Assad was an officer of the Numidian Army involved in the Super-Soldier program. When Team X and Team 7 infiltrated the facility, Assad was killed by John Wraith.[5]

Bartlett, Jr. (Earth-7642)

Bartlett, Jr. (Earth-7642) from Spider-Man Gen13 Vol 1 1 001

Bartlett, Jr.

Bartlett was present during the escape of Gen¹³ from the headquarters of I/O. He was subsequently fired as squadron leader. Bartlett's father hired Glider to assist his son with taking revenge on Gen¹³, but when Bartlett threatened a school of children including the daughter of Glider, she had an about-face and killed Bartlett and his team.[6]

Bartlett, Sr. (Earth-7642)

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Bartlett, Sr. hired Glider to assist his son with taking revenge on Gen¹³.[6]

Baubier (Earth-7642)

Baubier (Earth-7642) Darkness Wolverine Vol 1 1

Baubier

Beaubier was a Frenchman who meets Logan in 1942 and lost against him in a drinking contest[7].

Benny (Earth-7642)

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Benny

Benny was an informant of Robin. He, falsely, told Robin that Intergang planned to rob S.T.A.R. Laboratories.[8]

Binky (Earth-7642)

Binky (Earth-7642) from Punisher Meets Archie Vol 1 1 0001

Binky

Binky was a member of the rival gang of Red Fever who kidnapped Archie Andrews thinking he was their rival criminal due to their resemblance, and together with the other gang members came up against with the Punisher.[1]

Bob (Earth-7642)

Bob (Earth-7642) from Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001

Bob

Bob was a security guard at the Federal Maximum-X Security Penitentiary. He monitored the cells of Lex Luthor and Otto Octavius and was remotely incapacitated by Luthor during the duo's escape.[9]

Bobbie (Earth-7642)

Bobbie (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Bobbie

Bobbie took his date to a scary movie. They were manipulated by the Shaper of the Worlds and the monsters in the movie attacked them.[10]

Buzzy (Earth-7642)

Buzzy (Earth-7642) from Punisher Meets Archie Vol 1 1 0001

Buzzy

Buzzy was a member of the rival gang of Red Fever who kidnapped Archie Andrews thinking he was their rival criminal due to their resemblance, and together with the other gang members came up against with the Punisher.[1]

Carson (Earth-7642)

Carson (Earth-7642) Incredible Hulk vs. Superman Vol 1 1

Professor Carson

Professor Carson was a scientist who worked at a Midwestern University who invented the Triangulating Seismograph that was able to predict earthquakes before they occured[11].

Cindy (Earth-7642)

Cindy (Earth-7642) from Marvel Treasury Edition Vol 1 28 001

Cindy

Cindy was a Empire State University classmate of Peter Parker whom he asked on a date. She rejected him when he said he couldn't afford to pay for the date she desired.[12]

Cone (Earth-7642)

Cone (Earth-7642) from Spider-Man Gen13 Vol 1 1 001

Cone

Cone was the lawyer of Heather Hite and her handler as Glider. Cone handled the dispute between Heather and her ex-husband Paul for the sole custody of their daughter Alissa.[6]

Creddick (Earth-7642)

Creddick (Earth-7642) from Marvel Treasury Edition Vol 1 28 001

Creddick

When tracking Craddick on the roofs of Metropolis, a cop named Murray was frightened to the sudden appearance of Spider-Man falling and remaining hanging on the edge of the roof and only the prompt intervention of Murray's partner Jack saved him the life. The other policemen decided that the fall of Murray had been caused deliberately by Spider-Man thinking he was an accomplice of Creddick and then turned their attention on the hero giving the possibility to Creddick to escape but he was still the same captured from a police helicopter that threw on him a net trapping him.[12]

Curtis (Earth-7642)

Curtis (Earth-7642) from Backlash Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001

Curtis

Vinnie and Curtis were two criminals who try to rob a woman in an alley but thanks to the intervention of Spider-Man the woman was rescued and the two petty criminals were easily defeated and captured.[3]

Eddison (Earth-7642)

Eddison (Earth-7642) from Backlash Spider-Man Vol 1 2 001

Eddison

Eddison was one of the henchmen hired by The Cabal. He was at Pike's base when Hawkins unexpectedly returned.[13]

Elmo (Earth-7642)

Elmo (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Elmo

Elmo was a member of The Joker's gang. He aided in the theft of the Gamma-Gun.[14]

Ernie (Earth-7642)

Ernie (Earth-7642) from Punisher Meets Archie Vol 1 1 0001

Ernie

Ernie was a member of the rival gang of Red Fever who he got the tip from Scooter that Red Fever was in Riverdale and he gathered all the gang who ultimately clashed with against the Punisher.[1]

Estelle (Earth-7642)

Estelle (Earth-7642) Darkness Wolverine Vol 1 1

Estelle

Estelle was a beautiful French girl and was a regular customer of the bar where in 1942 Logan won a drinking contest against Baubier[7].

Hans (Earth-7642)

Hans (Earth-7642) from Marvel Treasury Edition Vol 1 28 001

Hans

Hans was a soldier in the Latverian Army.He and a squad of other soldiers were sent to capture Wonder Woman and transport her to Omega One.[12]

Harry (Earth-7642)

Harry (Earth-7642) from Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans Vol 1 1 001

Harry

Harry and his partner, Vince, were on the run from the cops. During their getaway, their car's engine was stolen by Kid Flash, causing them to be arrested.[8]

Hawkins (Earth-7642)

Hawksins (Earth-7642) from Backlash Spider-Man Vol 1 2 001

Hawkins

Hawkins was one of the henchmen hired by The Cabal and accompanied Pike to attack PSI Tech Labs. He was beaten within an inch of his life by Venom. He was later taken into NYPD custody.[3] The next day, he was released from custody. This was actually a Department PSI plot to lead them to Pike. While Hawkins figured he was being played, he still went to Pike's hideout, assuming he was covering his tracks. He wasn't successful; however, as Backlash and Spider-Man had followed him.[13]

Hazel (Earth-7642)

Hazel (Earth-7642) Gen¹³ Fantastic Four Vol 1 1

Hazel

Hazel was the cleaning lady of the hotel where they were staying the Gen 13[15].

Hooper (Earth-7642)

Hooper (Earth-7642) from Backlash Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001

Agent Hooper

Agent Hooper of Department PSI picked up Colonel Marc Slayton from John F. Kennedy International Airport and took him to PSI Tech Labs. While they were investigating a second crime Pike and Venom, those who broke into PSI Tech Labs, took part in, Ben Reilly prevented a remnant of the Venom Symbiote from bonding to Slayton. He quickly left and Hooper wanted to catch him, but was stopped by Slayton. Later, Hooper led the search for Pike, Spider-Man, Venom, but regrettably told Slayton that all they could find was a teared portion of Spider-Man's Suit.[3]

Jack (Earth-7642)

Jack (Earth-7642) Marvel Treasury Edition Vol 1 28

Jack

When tracking Creddick on the roofs of Metropolis, Jack's partner Murray was startled to the sudden appearance of Spider-Man falling and remaining hanging on the edge of the roof and only the prompt intervention of Jack saved the life of Murray.[12]

Jackson (Earth-7642)

Jackson (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Jackson

Jackson was a Wayne Enterprises working on the Super-Tanker. He was always uneasy at work, as his superior was Bruce Banner.[16]

James (Earth-7642)

James (Earth-7642) from Daredevil Batman Vol 1 1 001

James

James was one of the owners of a technology supply warehouse in Brooklyn which was sadistically murdered by Mr. Hyde and Two-Face to appropriate of specific electronic chips.[2]

Jenny (Earth-7642)

Jenny (Earth-7642) from Daredevil Batman Vol 1 1 001

Jenny

Jenny and her twin sister Ally were the daughters of James, a technology supply warehouse owner, whose pictures were in his wallet and to which Mr. Hyde said he could go to find them just to scare James before killing him.[2]

Joey (Earth-7642)

Joey (Earth-7642) from Daredevil Batman Vol 1 1 001

Joey

Joey was a member of Wayne Enterprises' Neural Net Team. Like the rest of his team, he was killed by Two-Face.[2]

Kennie (Earth-7642)

Kennie (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Kennie

Kennie was a member of The Joker's gang. He said that he believed Joker was only working with the Shaper of Worlds was because he was afraid of him. Joker overheard and killed Kennie in retaliation.[17]

Mick (Earth-7642)

Mick (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Mick

Mick was a friend of Rico and a fellow patron of Black Swan Cafe.[18]

Morty (Earth-7642)

Morty (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Morty

Morty was a punk living in Gotham City. He convinced his friend to mug a man sleeping in an alleyway only for the man to be Hulk. He was about to beat up the duo, but the arrival of Batman and The Joker caused him to turn his attention from them, allowing them to escape.[19]

Murray (Earth-7642)

Murray (Earth-7642) Marvel Treasury Edition Vol 1 28

Murray

When tracking the criminal Creddick on the roofs of Metropolis, Murray was startled to the sudden appearance of Spider-Man falling and remaining hanging on the edge of the roof and only the prompt intervention of his partner Jack saved the life of Murray.[12]

Nathan (Earth-7642)

Nathan (Earth-7642) from Backlash Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001

Nathan

Nathan was a baby who was rescued by Spider-Man after Pike had launched the stroller where Nathan was in it against a bus that arrived and so to lose himself in the heat.[3]

Nick (Earth-7642)

Nick (Earth-7642) from Marvel Treasury Edition Vol 1 28 001

Nick

Nick was a helicopter pilot for the Daily Planet. He flew Clark Kent, Lois Lane, and Ray to and from Glendale where the Hulk had recently rampaged through.[12].

O'Shaunessy (Earth-7642)

O'Shaunessy (Earth-7642) from Shi Daredevil Vol 1 1 001

Father O'Shaunessy

Father O'Shaunessy was the Catholic priest of the Shrine of Saint Jude and was present at the awakening of Ana Ishikawa as a result of her possession by Oni-Makoto and handed her the Makoto medallion.[20]

Pinky (Earth-7642)

Pinky (Earth-7642) from Punisher Meets Archie Vol 1 1 001

Pinky

Pinky was a former associate of Red Fever before going straight. One day he was called Mel, who asked for his help in setting up shop in Riverdale, but he declined. He was later confronted by the Punisher and he told him about the call.[1]

Ray (Earth-7642)

Ray (Earth-7642) from Marvel Treasury Edition Vol 1 28 001

Ray

Ray was a cameraman working for Daily Planet. He accompanied Clark Kent and Lois Lane to and Glendale, where he recorded the wreckage caused by the Hulk.[12]

Rico (Earth-7642)

Rico (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Rico

Rico was planning a bank heist with The Joker, but The Joker ditched him and the heist never came to fruition.[21]

Scooter (Earth-7642)

Scooter (Earth-7642) from Punisher Meets Archie Vol 1 1 0001

Scooter

While he was working for Josie and the Pussycats, Scooter noticed the presence of Red Fever in the ballroom where the band was playing and immediately made a tip to Ernie, a member of the rival gang of Red Fever, in exchange for a fee.[1]

Sidney (Earth-7642)

Sidney (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Sidney

Sidney was a criminal operating in Gotham City and a member of Stoogie's gang. After he and the gang committed a robbery, Batman broke into their hideout, and Sidney inadvertently outed himself and his gang, leading to Batman arresting them.[22]

Skart (Earth-7642)

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Professor Skart

Professor Skart was a teacher at Columbia University. He hosted a debate every semester.[2]

Sue (Earth-7642)

Sue (Earth-7642) from Daredevil Batman Vol 1 1 001

Sue

Sue and her husband Todd were the owners of a cyber cafe that was assaulted by Mr. Hyde and Two-Face. The two owners and all of their customers were rescued by the intervention of Daredevil and Batman.[2]

Stoogie (Earth-7642)

Stoogie (Earth-7642) from DC Special Series Vol 1 27 001

Stoogie

Stoogie was a criminal operating in Gotham City, frequently caught by Batman. After he and his gang committed a robbery, Batman broke into their hideout, and Stoogie inadvertently outed himself and his gang, leading to Batman arresting them.[23]

Professor Stern (Earth-7642)

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Stern was a professor at Empire State University. He was the teacher of Cindy and Peter Parker.[12]

Councilman Thorne (Earth-7642)

Councilman Thorne (Earth-7642) from Marvel Treasury Edition Vol 1 28 001

Councilman Thorne

Thorne was New York councilman.[12]

Todd (Earth-7642)

Todd (Earth-7642) from Daredevil Batman Vol 1 1 001

Todd

Todd and his wife Sue were the owners of a cyber cafe that was assaulted by Mr. Hyde and Two-Face. The two owners and all of their customers were rescued by the intervention of Daredevil and Batman.[2]

Tom (Earth-7642)

Tom (Earth-7642) Gen¹³ Fantastic Four Vol 1 1

Tom

Tom was about to be reprimanded by a policeman about not to drink on the street when suddenly appeared before him a giant extradimensional monster[15].

Vince (Earth-7642)

Vince (Earth-7642) from Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans Vol 1 1 001

Vince

Vince and his partner, Harry, were on the run from the cops. During their getaway, their car's engine was stolen by Kid Flash, causing them to be arrested.[8]

Vinnie (Earth-7642)

Vinnie (Earth-7642) from Backlash Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001

Vinnie

Vinnie and Curtis were two criminals who try to rob a woman in an alley but thanks to the intervention of Spider-Man the woman was rescued and the two petty criminals were easily defeated and captured.[3]

Vinny (Earth-7642)

Vinny (Earth-7642) Darkness Wolverine Vol 1 1

Vinny

Vinny was the owner of a bar in Brooklyn and was threatened by Jackie Estacado for being late with the payment of mafia protection[7].

Westwood (Earth-7642)

Westwood (Earth-7642) from Backlash Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001

Agent Westwood

Agent Westwood of Department PSI picked up Agent Reed from John F. Kennedy International Airport and took her to Albright Cemetery. While there, he was ambushed and knocked out by Venom.[3]

Willie (Earth-7642)

Willie (Earth-7642) from Punisher Meets Archie Vol 1 1 0001

Willie

Willie was a member of the rival gang of Red Fever who was called by Ernie after he got the tip from Scooter that Red Fever was in Riverdale and ultimately he clashed with the whole gang against the Punisher.[1]

  • This world was formally listed as Crossover-Earth in the ICG Crisis on Infinite Earths Official Index and The Official Crisis on Infinite Earths Crossover Index both of which became sources for the second volume of the Crisis on Infinite Earths: Absolute Edition making them completely canonal to DC's Pre-Crisis multiverse.



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Punisher Meets Archie #1
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Daredevil/Batman #1
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 Backlash/Spider-Man #1
  4. DC Special Series #27
  5. Team X/Team 7 #1
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Spider-Man/Gen¹³ #1
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Darkness / Wolverine #1
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans #1
  9. Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man #1
  10. DC Special Series #27
  11. Incredible Hulk vs. Superman #1
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 12.8 Marvel Treasury Edition #28
  13. 13.0 13.1 Backlash/Spider-Man #2
  14. DC Special Series #27
  15. 15.0 15.1 Gen¹³/Fantastic Four #1
  16. DC Special Series #27
  17. DC Special Series #27
  18. DC Special Series #27
  19. DC Special Series #27
  20. Shi/Daredevil #1
  21. DC Special Series #27
  22. DC Special Series #27
  23. DC Special Series #27