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Genezilla: King of the Cosmonsters!
Sneaky Cosmos Cameos!
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2017 Character Exchange Prologue!
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Merry Cosmos-mas 2017!
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The Secret Bunny Exchange 2017
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The Summer 2017 Exchange, page 1
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Summer exchange 2017 bonus content
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Last time on Cosmos....
The 2017 Character exchange, page 1
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Cosmos: Behind the Scenes 1
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Another Month of Sundays!
Son of Crossover Crisis!
Old School Cosmos: Randomicity selection 1!
Design School 5
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Draw your characters....
Peter's Christmas Conundrum!
The Cosmos 21st Anniversary Filksong Fantasmatron!
Old School Cosmos: To Boldly Glow where no-one has Glone before!
Crossover Crisis 3: The Continuating!
Old School Cosmos: 2003 - a Murph Odyssey!
Cosmos Art Gallery: The New Wing!
Old School Cosmos: Cosmosian Love Yodel!
Mind over matter!
Old School Cosmos: Can't Hide The Yuletide!
The Cosmos Art Gallery: the 2021 edition!
Old School Cosmos: Cosmos Kitchen
Design School 6: the Cosmos Monster Movie Survival Guide!
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18th Jan 2018, 2:02 AM
Outside of the main Crossover Exchange, the other crossover-themed collaborative project I've been involved in is the Secret Bunny Exchange; wherein one does crossover fan art (or some kind of comic story) for another Comic Furian's comic.... for the advent of Easter! I was gifted the anthology series Xailenrath Comics Presents, more coloquially known as
. As, at that point in time, the creator (Hi, Octavius!) was showcasing a set of 'semi-autobiographical' comics featuring cartoon versions of himself and his girlfriend Lucy Q; I decided it would be fun for the Cosmos gang to fling them an invite via Professor Pod's dimansional portal, and invite them over for some Easter-time fun! All I had to do was somehow incorporate something into the story that I'd promised myself I'd include, regardless of what comic I got: a giant cyborg Easter bunny. But once I hit upon the idea of the mighty beast being a character in a video game ('Anything Fighter', a bit of very obscure history from the Old-School version of Cosmos), and had him go up again Genezilla, King of the Cosmonsters, everything fell into place. This comic is also one of the very few in which the backgrounds were all vector art rather than hand-drawn; which made it a lot easier - if more time consuming - to fit all the characters and props into the frame, and add in the 'virtual reality' keypads Gene and Octavius are playing with....