I just came across a link to this book being sold on Amazon. It's a collection of stories centered around Oscar Wilde's character Dorian Gray, but it appears quite a number of them contain crossovers with other fictional characters. I didn't know if anyone would be familiar enough to browse through them to see if there might be anything inside worth considering.
What's on your mind?
A few items for alternate universes perhaps:
An issue featuring Hawk and Dove from circa the late 1980's/early 1990's may have featured a reference to a sanctum in Greenwich Village.
In Legends#5, Blue Beetle recalls heroic outlaws such as Robin Hood, William Tell, the Scarlet Pimpernel and Zorro.
Code of Honor#3 has an individual mention Zorro.
I'm reading Quatermass from Nigel Kneale.
A book about the famous tv serial. As it's my first step upon this ground, which has already been well harrowed, many characters are new to me and despite the web some remains unindentified. Thus, around the 14th chapter, Quatermass brings up Trethearne from his souvenirs of past event.
Who's this Trethearne? A character appearing in a former adventure ?
Don't know if I am doing this the correct way, but here goes. I just read the first two issues of Conan: Serpent which is a crossover with Conan, Solomon Kane, Dark Agnes, James Allison and Marvel Comic's Moon Knight. So far I don't see any reason this can't be a valid crossover in the CU; but I am going to wait to read the last two issues before I add crossovers to the site just to be sure. Has anyone read these issues? Do you have any opinions? I want to make sure I did not miss anything.