Friday the 13th: Jason vs. Jason X is a 2006 two-issue comic book miniseries written and illustrated by Mike Wolfer and published by Avatar Press.
Official Summary Edit
- Issue One: The gore-drenched showdown of a lifetime erupts in the depths of space as the undead, mass-murderer Jason Voorhees is reborn to face the cybernetically-enhanced and unstoppable future version of himself! As Uber Jason stalks the halls of an interstellar pleasure cruiser, a deep-space salvage team make their way into the remnants of the space catamaran Grendel, where the Uber Jason was created. Hoping to gut the ship of its most valuable assets, the team instead unwittingly revives a curse that transcends time itself and reawakens the one, original Jason Voorhees. Jason's divided reign of terror will be short-lived, however, as both halves of Earth's most dreaded serial killer are drawn to one another for a confrontation that can have only one victor... And one survivor! Fan favorite creator Mike Wolfer brings this epic bloodbath to life in this viscous two issue series, both offered this month! As well as this regular cover by series artist Mike Wolfer, it's also available with a Wraparound and Terror cover by Juan Jose Ryp, and a Gore and limited metallic Nano-Steel cover with art by Mike Wolfer.
- Issue Two: It's the battle royale as the regenerated Jason Voorhees and the futuristic Jason X fight to the death in a gut-spilling horror spectacle! As the titanic clash cuts down all those around them, the pilotless space cruiser that serves as the Jasons' battle arena descends toward Earth 2 and an impact that neither combatant can hope to survive. But will a fiery and certain death halt the terrifying showdown, as both Jason and Jason X struggle to rip their most vital secret from the undead corpse of the other? Only one shall survive in a shocking and horrifying finale as you have never seen or dared to guess! Fan favorite creator Mike Wolfer brings this epic bloodbath to life in this viscous two issue series, both offered this month! As well as this regular cover by series artist Mike Wolfer, it's also available with a Wraparound, Terror, and Gore cover by Juan Jose Ryp, and limited metallic Nano-Steel cover with art by Mike Wolfer.