DC's crossover game is strong lately. Not only do we have things like Justice League/Power Rangers on the way, along with the next Batman/TMNT crossover, the company has now announced that several of its weird (and very wonderful) comic takes on Hanna-Barbera characters will now host a series of team-ups with DC's own finest heroes.
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If you're into video games, you're probably aware of the white whales. Earthbound for the Super Nintendo, Stadium Events for the NES, that impossible-to-find Nintendo World Championship cartridge that sold for $US100,000 ($133,804) on eBay a couple years ago despite a torn label.
All of those make sense. They're either great games or carry enough historical baggage to ascend towards untouchable Honus Wagner status. But video game collecting is a weird hobby in the sense that legacy doesn't always matter. If you collected baseball cards, you'd never find yourself dropping a ton of cash on, like, a Cameron Maybin rookie card. It's Cameron Maybin. A totally average player with a totally average career. But with games, sometimes a replacement-level product can demand a ton of money.
Back in the day, I only liked two things about The Flintstones: The wacky animal-powered contraptions that emulated devices like record players, and Bam-Bam's super-strength. Some of the former shows up in DC Comics' new reboot of the Hanna-Barbera classic, surrounded by updated existential weirdness.