Cool image and we all know how it'll turn out: Rhino's a joke. Doc Ock and Vulture will be interesting fights but they'll both go down pretty easily they're average guys with huge weak spots. Sandman will get a combo of all the counter-strategies Bats mastered against every Clayface. Mysterio will be one of the best mindgame fights Batman ever had (for the fans reading the comic or seeing the cartoon to see) And Bats vs Green Goblin will be some of the best aerial combat ever.
Sigh, if only Marvel vs DC had been more of THIS instead of the Hero V Hero nonsense.
Awesome work! Love the old school "baddies" as you gave them their original colors and uniforms! The backgrounds are excellent and the whole scene's perspective is tops! Like the fact that the Rhino's uniform actually has texture like the real ones!
HeavyMetalArtworkFeatured By OwnerNov 3, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Why because he's Batman? Most of the badguys that Batman has faced aren't even close to what Spider-Man has gone against. Batman would get his ass killed if he battled most of Spidey's enemies. And a battle between Spider-Man and Batman? Spidey overclasses Batman in almost every way possible. If Spidey was bloodlusted and was going all out, he'd destroy Batman with just a punch.
Have you read any of the Batman or Justice League comics? Batman has gone up against guys like Killer Croc, The Atomic Skull, Rampage, Deadshot, Bane, Prometheus, and Lady Shiva. All of those are more than a match for Spider Man or his enemies.
If Batman is considered one of the most dangerous members of the JLA with guys like Superman I think he can handle some of Spider-man's worst enemies.
He may be higher than Batman in strength but Batman far outclasses Spider-man in skill, experience and tactical know-how. Those abilities will decide the fight.
Hardly, if Spider-man was in a bloodlust he would be easily outsmarted and outmaneuvered by Batman. He would be wild and uncoordinated and be able stay one step ahead of due to not thinking straight. Plus Batman has taken punches from incredibly strong beings and remained conscious.
But Spider-man rarely goes into his enraged state anyways so what's your point?
HeavyMetalArtworkFeatured By OwnerNov 4, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Batman's gone against strong beings and have been punched by them...okay, what's your point? Spider-Man has taken has much hell as Batman has, if not more. Spidey's been in fights with The Hulk, Thor, Captain America, fought symbiotes by himself, etc.. He's fought just as difficult/overpowering villains as Batman has. You've obviously got Spidey wrong, if he was bloodlusted he'd be able to maneuver Batman's attacked a lot more easily and would focus all his attention on Bats. And chances of Batman touching Spidey even once is rare and unrealistic. Batman could never match Spider-Man at speed. Batman beating Spider-Man by himself is unlikely, he would probably need the Justice League's help. Bane, Killer Croc, and Lady Shiva being matches for Spider-Man is a joke. Spidey overclasses them all. Spidey has fought many villains which overpower him and all of the villains you just stated.
So Batman can hold his own against Spider-man and take his blows. That's my point. If he can take blows from Soloman Grundy Spider-man is not out of his league.
First off if Thor and Spider-man fought head-to-head Spider-man is in serious trouble. Second I've read a comic where Cap and Spidey went at it, and Spidey got his behind thrown all over the room. Yet when Batman and Captain America fought in the Avengers/JLA crossover they fought to a stalemate. Fighting the Hulk for Spider-man usually consists of Spider-man leaping around to keep out of the Hulk's reach before lining up a good punch, which usually hurts him more than it does the Hulk.
Beating Symbiotes isn't a big accomplishment. They're powerful yes but once you know their weaknesses they're pretty easy to take out. The trouble for Spider-man is they're shape-shifters who cannot be detected by his spider sense.
If Spider-man was bloodlusted he would become a raging maniac. I've seen him do this before and his attack are frenzied, wild, and uncoordinated. That will not help him win against someone as skilled and experienced as Batman.
Batman knows how to defeat someone with high speed and agility, by making his own moves more efficient and skillful to compensate. But seeing as Batman has agility and reflexes almost on par with Spider-man thanks to his training so yes he can touch him. And he can think several steps ahead of Spider-man and find ways to outmaneuver him on the terrain they're fighting on. Batman really doesn't need the Justice League's help against Spidey.
Hardly, Lady Shiva is one of the best fighters on the DC earth and has defeated meta-human opponents. Yet Batman is a more skilled fighter than her. Bane and Croc are both physically stronger than Spider-man and Bane has the fighting skills and Intelligence to match. Spider-man is going to have a hard time with these guys.
Spidey has never fought any of Batman's or the Justice Leagues villains. He has no experience with these.
So has Batman, your point. And he has done it through sheer skill and tactical cunning, both areas he exceeds even Spider-man in.
Sorry but from what I've seen of the two it's my opinion Batman would emerge victorious, we must agree to disagree then.
HeavyMetalArtworkFeatured By OwnerNov 5, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
"high speed and agility" that's what you just said...you realize Spider-Man is 20x faster than a normal person. The only reason Spidey gets his butt kicked by Captain America is because of bad writing and because Spidey was holding back the whole time. Spidey respects Cap and wouldn't want to fight him in the first place. And actually, that's my point, he's fought the Hulk and been able to survive various times because of his intelligence, speed, and agility. You don't have to fight fist-to-fist/brawl to win, Spidey is just as smart as Batman. And the whole thing with Batman beating the Justice League is because he has known all the superheroes within the league for years. If it wasn't for his past experiences, Batman would be fucked. Also, you realize Bane and Croc are no where close to the strength of Spider-Man. Bane can lift about: 3 tons([link](New_Earth))and Croc can lift about 5-10 tons, whereas Spider-Man has been able to lift about 40 tons atleast, probably more at this point. whereas Batman is awesome in my opinion just as much as Spider-Man, but him beating Spider-Man in a fight is unlikely, and your huge pointless essay did not help the situation or change my mind. Batman is cool and all and I respect what he's done in the past, but Spider-Man is just as badass as him.
Unfortunately for him Batman is not a normal person. His agility and reflexes have allowed him to avoid gunfire and blows from superhumans.
No, it was superior fighting skill on Caps part, as well as clever use of his mighty shield. Spider-man wasn't holding back due to being under the brainwashing influence of Ultron. And before you say mind-control doesn't allow your full potential it was a brainwashing technique that made him think Captain America was an assassin that killed Aunt May. If anything it was Captain America who was holding back to avoid hurting Spider-man.
And, that doesn't mean he has the capability to beat Batman who could also most likely survive fighting the Hulk.
Spider-man's smart but he's far outclassed in Intellect by Batman, as well as overall experience.
So would Spider-man, but Batman goes up against unknown opponents many times and either wins or survives. When did I bring up the Justice League?
That's bull, Spider-man's strength limit is 10 tons, 12 at most. Bane can lift well up to 15 tons with Venom and Croc around 10 tons.
I like Spider-man, but Batman's superior skill, experience and cunning would win over Spider-man. His ability to anticipate his enemies moves and find their weaknesses quickly in the middle of battle will beat Spider-man's superpowered fighting ability.