‘Ghostbusters’ receives a retro ‘Avengers’ comic cover mashup

Making his cinematic debut in 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, the character of Vision has been pretty popular in recent years, earning a new legion of fans, with some likely unaware of his first appearance way back in 1968, taking the cover of the Avengers #57.

Given the importance and significance of the issue, the original pressing has gone on to be a collector’s item, typically commanding hundreds of dollars through third-party sale sites.

In a fun crossover, artist Richard Crypt has given that original cover a Ghostbusters makeover, replacing Vision with the destructor, Gozer the Gozerian, and the Avengers being swapped out with the boys in gray!

If you’re both a Ghostbusters and Marvel fan, you’ll likely want to add this piece to your collection, which you can do now by visiting Richard Crypt’s Etsy page. Sizing is an A3 print, with a price of only $8.16.

When it comes to additional offerings from Richard Crypt, we recently had the opportunity to feature his unofficial 22-page Ghostbusters comic, “Something Strange,” in an episode of Fan Mail Friday.

Speaking of crossovers, recently, we wrote about a Kaiji-style illustration from artist Winifred Kwan that mashed up the original 1933 King Kong poster and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.

Jason Fitzsimmons

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