Every Batman Vs Superman Fight

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Expert Author Nick B Lang

Man of Steel and the Dark Knight. These two cape crusaders always fought solo until the formation of the Justice League in the “Brave and the Bold” in the 1960’s, whose members also consist of Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Aquraman. Batman and Superman are great friends. But even friends fight. There are 45 comics/movies in which Superman and Batman fight in. I’m sure there are more out there where Man of Steel and the Dark Knight kick butt. Let’s take a look at the list.

The Dark Knight Returns

Execution 2001

The Batman/Superman Movie

The Batman: The Batman/Superman Story

Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Battle of the Superheroes!

JLA: Tower of Babel

The Dark Knight Strikes Again

Batman: Hush

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies

Superman: Red Son

Superman: The Trust

Superman/Batman: Smoke and Mirrors

Superman/Batman: Enemies Among Us

Lex Luthor: Man of Steel

Justice

Superman: Sacrifice

Countdown to Final Crisis #13

Superman/Batman: Torment

Superman/Batman: Super-Bat

Superman/Batman: Nanoplois

World’s Finest: Battle of the Super-Heroes

World’s Finest: The Bewitched Batman

World’s Finest: The Mirror Batman

The Negative Superman

The Feud Between Batman and Superman

The Infinite Evolutions of Batman and Superman

The Clash of Cape and Cowl

Court of No Hope!

The Superman-Batman Split

Superman’s Perfect Crime

The Galactic Gamblers

The Curse of Krypton

The World’s Greatest SuperFriends: Universe of Evil

World’s Finest: Within My Heart… The Enemy!

World’s Finest: Thirty Seconds Over Dreamland

Justice League: Origin

Batman: The Dark Knight: Handful of Dust

Smallville: Season 11: Detective

Batman: Endgame

Batman/Superman: Endgame

Batman/Superman: Cross World

Batman/Superman: Arena

Batman/Superman: Future’s End

Justice League: The Amazo Virus

Injustice: Gods Among Us

The comic’s early success was indirectly responsible for the creation of the Fantastic Four. When Marvel-Timely owner Martin Goodman heard in 1961 how well DC’s then-new book Justice League was selling, he told Stan Lee, his comics editor, to come up with a team of superheroes for Marvel.[91] The result was Fantastic Four #1 by Lee and Jack Kirby, which debuted in November 1961.[92]

Marvel also introduced a team of villains in 1971 based on the Justice League called Squadron Supreme which has appeared in print as well as Disney XD’s Avengers Assemble animated series. The characters are analogous to Superman, (Hyperion), Batman (Nighthawk), Wonder Woman (Power Princess), Green Lantern (Doctor Spectrum), and Flash (Speed Demon). There is even a cross over with JLA/Avengers in 2003-2004.

Let’s hope these two dynamic duo will always be around to save the world!

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