A Super Cool and Funny Crossover Art Between MCU and DCEU By a Fan Artist

A Super Cool and Funny Crossover Art Between MCU and DCEU By a Fan Artist

The fan artist Bosslogic has turned his magical talent into an exciting crossover art between the ultimate rival, Marvel and DC Cinematic Universe.

Bosslogic has recently updated a post on Instagram where the spider-man from Marvel Cinematic Universe appeared face-to-face with Wonder Woman from DECU. Tom Holland’s debut in MCU was in Captain America: Civil War, where Tony Stark, aka the Iron Man, brought the college student peter parker, who was indeed the spider-man. After 2 solo performances in the Spider-Man film series and three films from the Avengers film series, including Avengers: Endgame, he is finally up for the last installment of the Spider-Man franchise, Spider-Man: No Way Home. With his classmate and love interest MJ (Zendaya) and his best friend Jacob Batalon, the threequel features Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), Alfred Monila as the Doctor Octopus, Jamie Foxx as the short-lived electro.

With the ongoing Disney+ TV series Loki and the life story of Wanda Maximoff, WandaVision have made a grand beginning of phase 4 of Marvel Cinematic Universe. The new arrival of Doctor Strange in Spider-Man: No Way Home indicates the twisted future of Marvel Studios with a primary prediction of the arrival of the Spider-Man with other marvel superheroes, Loki, and Wanda in the forthcoming Marvel franchise Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Blosslogic has been one of the popular fan artists of Marvel Entertainment world used his mysterious power of imagination and, considering Doctor Strange’s sequel, made an amazing creation. His recent fan art, creating a super collision between two rivals MCU and DECU, has established a far-fetched future of the union of DECU and MCU. In the post, the Spider-Man is holding the shield of Wonder Woman, and that is predicted to be the shield of peace, that is, the shield of Captain America.

Well, the ground-breaking work of Blosslogic isn’t pointless. Because in comics, the DECU and Marvel have overlapped on each other a few times. In fact, in 1976’s Superman Vs. The Amazing Spider-Man was a grand meeting of the characters between DC and MCU. Since both DC and MCU focus on the multiverse travel, fans may get to watch a cross-over between them soon. Over the years, Marvel has developed the fact to work with other studios smoothly. In the meantime, Spider-Man: No Way Home is set for theaters in December 2021.