Thursday, October 30, 2014

So, Who Would Win?: The Legion of Monsters VS. The Creature Commandos


Another week, another edition of So Who Would Win?
This week in honor of Halloween, I decided to go with a Halloween theme. And what's Halloween without monsters right?

This week I picked teams of monsters from both companies, Marvel and DC, and this is what I came up with; The Legion of Monsters from Marvel, and  The Creature Commandos from DC.


The Legion Of Monsters:


The Creature Commandos:

So, Who Would Win? And why?
As always, leave your picks in the comments' section.

That's me for this week.
Happy Halloween and have a great weekend.


The King of Thessaly said...

I'm gonna have to go for a write-in vote to win this one (because I just HAVE to be difficult): Marv Wolfman, and Gene Colan's Night Force! Dealing with the supernatural is just what they do.

Dale Bagwell said...

True Story; For some reason I looked up the name Night Force, mistakenly thinking them to be the Creature Commandos.

I don't really see a NF revival in the NU52 anytime son. JLDark already fills that niche in their universe. But never say never apparently.

The King of Thessaly said...

You know, it's odd... I never cared much for The Creature Commandos... and I've NEVER liked Frankenstein's Monster as a comic-book-character in any super-hero type comic (if it's specifically supposed to be him or not). It just doesn't fit- awkwardly stands out to me. Whereas vampires and werewolves- I'm fine with in most cases. Like Morbius, and Werefolf By Night are awesome... but if they're up against Dracula and The Wolf Man- I'd think that's lame.
I dunno- it's weird. Superhero comics and classic literature just don't mix for me. Probably why I was never a fan of The League.

The King of Thessaly said...

*Werewolf By Night

Dale Bagwell said...

I can't say any of the horror stuff was my cup of tea either. while I don't mind going outside of the mainstream to expand my horizons, I usually retain interest in the superhero genre.
It wasn't until my teens and early 20's that went outside my comfort zone.
I had gotten some old issues of Tomb of Dracula, Man-Thing, and Werewolf by Night, bored. With the exception of some of the Man-Thing issues of course.
Otherwise, meh.

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

i'm completely clueless about this match up but i just wanted to say that Marvel Premier issue is a good read it was written by Bill Mantlo.

Dale Bagwell said...

@Shlomo: It's basically a battle of monster teams; one's a very loose-knit team of various Marvel monsters, the other is a team of man-made monster/human hybrids crated during WW2...or at least that's when they first showed up.
The CC have sprung up over the years in different iterations.

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