DC will release two omnibi collecting the long-unavailable DC/Marvel crossovers this summer, the company announced.

DC Versus Marvel Omnibus will collect a quarter century of DC/Marvel crossovers, beginning with Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man, from 1976, and continuing through Batman Daredevil King of New York, from 2000.  Talent on the stories includes Dennis O’Neil, George Pérez, Dan Jurgens, Chris Claremont, Walter Simonson, J.M. DeMatteis, Mark Bagley, Gerry Conway, and John Romita Jr., among others.

Books collected in DC Versus Marvel Omnibus are Batman/Captain America #1, Batman/Daredevil #1, Batman/Punisher: Lake of Fire #1, Batman/Spider-Man #1, Daredevil/Batman #1, DC Special Series #27, Darkseid vs. Galactus: The Hunger #1, Green Lantern/Silver Surfer: Unholy Alliances #1, Incredible Hulk vs. Superman #1, Marvel and DC Present Featuring the Uncanny X-Men and the New Teen Titans #1, Marvel Treasury Edition #28, Punisher/Batman: Deadly Knights #1, Silver Surfer/Superman #1, Spider-Man and Batman #1, Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man #1, and Superman/Fantastic Four #1.

DC/Marvel: The Amalgam Age Omnibus will collect the mid-90s series in which the DC and Marvel universes were combined into a single universe, the Amalgam Universe, inhabited by combined characters such as Dark Claw (Batman and Wolverine), Super Soldier (Superman and Captain America, and Iron Lantern (Iron Man and Green Lantern).  Talent includes Peter David, Dan Jurgens, Mark Waid, Dave Gibbons, Ron Marz, José Luis García-López, Gary Frank, Bill Sienkiewicz, Claudio Castellini, and others.

Books collected in DC/Marvel: The Amalgam Age Omnibus are DC Versus Marvel #1-4, DC/Marvel: All Access #1-4, Unlimited Access #1-4, Bat-Thing #1, Bruce Wayne: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1, Bullets and Bracelets #1, Challengers of the Fantastic #1, Doctor Strangefate #1, Iron Lantern #1, Legends of the Dark Claw #1, Lobo the Duck #1, Speed Demon #1, Spider-Boy #1, Super Soldier #1, Thorion of the New Asgods #1, X-Patrol #1, and more, plus behind-the-scenes material.

Both volumes will have Direct Market cover editions in addition to the regular editions.   Street date for both will be August 6.  Page counts, trim size, cover art, and MSRPs were not revealed. Trim size is an interesting question, as some of the books in the DC Versus Marvel Omnibus were originally Treasury size.

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