In the world of film, DC has gained something of a reputation for their grim, gritty, and quote unquote "realistic" interpretations of their popular superheroes.
However, while this style of storytelling is present in the comics to an extent, DC has proven time and time again that they are more than willing tell more outlandish, unorthodox, and flat-out weird stories.
This is especially true when it comes to the company's great many crossover events. Whether they're doing an in-universe crossover story or collaborating with another publication entirely, DC Comics seemingly sees these occasions as a free pass to cut loose and do whatever the Hell they want.
You can't really blame them for this, either. After all, when you're already a central figure in an industry overflowing with creative potential, you might as well go for broke when it comes to producing a story about two properties (some of which could not be more different from one another) coming together.
Crossover events have been a part of DC for decades now, but after the turn of the last century is when the company really decided to turn up the bizarro factor. With that said, let's take a look at which of these crossovers are the absolute weirdest.