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With great power, comes great responsibility.
— Ben Parker

Spider-Man, real name Peter Benjamin Parker, is a spider-themed superhero, inventor, businessman, journalist, and former photographer who operates out of New York City. He is considered by most to be one of the most important superheroes.

Orphaned as a baby when his parents were killed overseas in a plane crash as U.S. government spies, only child Peter Parker was raised by his elderly Uncle Ben and Aunt May. Academically gifted, Peter displayed an uncanny affinity for science that was nothing short of genius. Socially, however, he was painfully shy and the target of much cruelty by his peers at Midtown High School. Attending a public science exhibit when Peter was 15-years old, he was bitten on the hand by a radioactive spider accidentally irradiated by a particle beam, empowering Peter with the arachnid's proportional strength and agility, and the ability to cling to almost any surface. Most incredibly, he had gained a sixth sense that provided him with early warning of impending danger.

Disguised, Peter tested his new-found abilities by defeating professional wrestler Crusher Hogan in the ring, and earning some cash. Using his scientific prowess, he constructed a pair of artificial web-shooters that attached to his wrists. With an agent, a costume, and a new name, Spider-Man became an overnight sensation on television.

Unconcerned with the rest of the world, he vowed to use his powers only to take care of himself and his aunt and uncle. After his first TV special ended, he allowed a burglar that he could have easily restrained to run past him and escape. A few days later, Peter returned home to find his beloved Uncle Ben had been shot and killed. When Spider-Man confronted the killer hiding in the old Acme Warehouse at the waterfront, he discovered to his horror that his uncle's murderer was the burglar he apathetically allowed to pass. Consumed with guilt, he became aware at last that with great power comes great responsibility, just as his beloved uncle had once said.

To help his Aunt May with finances, Peter took a freelance job at the Daily Bugle selling pictures of himself as Spider-Man to publisher J. Jonah Jameson. Despite Spider-Man rescuing his son, astronaut John Jameson, from a malfunctioning space capsule, Jonah used his newspaper to publicly condemn Spider-Man as a menace. Despite his negative image Spider-Man continues to protect New York City and the rest of the world.

Battle vs. Scorpion (Alternate) (by Godkombat21)[]

Its a peaceful night at New York. Spider-man is patroling New York and looking around. "Looks like there's no danger today." Suddenly an eeire glow fills the skies and bright yellow borders run through the streets of New York. Then in the center of the city a yellow orb forms. Then in a burst of flames, before Spider-man's eyes a strange ninja in yellow atire is standing confused in the city. Spider-man looks around and the land around him is deforming to a hellish land. Spider-man jumps down. "Who are you?" Spider-man says. "I am Scorpion, the champion of the Neaterrealm." Spider-man looks puzzled. "They call me Spiderman and you need to leave, your messing up my city." "YOU ARE THE ONE POISENING MY LAND, INVADER!!!!" Spider-man is shocked by Scorpion furocity. "Look buddy I don't want to fight." Scorpion gets in a battle pose. "You won't have a choice mortal." Spider-man looks around he doesn't want to start a fight that could destory the city. He then uses his web to spring onto a building. "He'll never catch me." Spider-man thinks. Suddenly in a flash of flames Scorpion is right in front of him. Spider-man begins to jump from building to building, with Scorpion following and getting more annoyed. Finally Spider-man lands on the Empire State Building. Scorpion follows him. "Can't you take a hint?!" Spider-man says exausted. "Enough running fight me!" Scorpion yells. "Fine but you can't beat me." Scorpion lashes out his spear, which Spider-man easiliy avoids. But Scorpion runs up and punches him rapidly. Spider-man shakes it off. He webs the top of the building, swings and kicks Scorpion in the chest, making him fly back a couple of feet. Scorpion uses his spear to cut the web that Spider-man was on, and kicks him in the chest. He grabs Spider-man by the throat. "Give it up, no mortal can defeat Scorpion." "We'll see about that." Spider-man webs him in the face, causing Scorpion to let go. He then kicks him causing his mask to fly off. "Is that all you got?" He then is shocked to see Scorpion's burning skull. "NOW YOU DIE!!!" Scorpion spews out flames, which Spider-man narrowly aviods. Before they know it, the top of the Empire State Building is a blaze. They both jump to the next building. Scorpion tries the spear again, which Spider-man dodges with almost no effort. He then kicks Scorpion over the edge, but rather then letting him fall, Spider-man uses his web and ties up Scorpion, leaving him dangling over the street. "Why don't you just sit there until the cops get here." Suddenly in a flash of light Scorpion's gone.

Winner: Spider-man

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Battle vs. Deathstroke (Comics) (by Shrek-it Ralph)[]

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Winner: Spider-Man

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Battle vs. Danny Phantom (by Godkombat21)[]

Prolouge[]

Vlad Plasmius' Castle-10:00 PM

Danny awoke strapped to an examining table. He looked around to see Vlad trying to start up some sort of ghost portal. "Ah, Daniel, so glad you decided to join us for my new uprising." Danny looked around to see many other ghost gathering around the portal. "Oh come on Vlad, we both know how this is going to end." Danny says slightly bored. "Not this time Daniel." Vlad said as he finally got the portal up and running. Danny looked into it. "That's not the ghost zone" He thought to himself. "You see Daniel after that whole experiance with that astroid, I've decided this world is too dull for my rule, but thanks to my newest technology, I've discovered a new world to rule, one that should be quite easy to take over actually." Danny phased through his restraints. "Not if I have anything to say about it!" He lunged towards Vlad. "Oh please," Vlad said in a bored tone. As Danny got close Vlad zapped him with his ghost stinger. "You just never learn boy." Vlad said as Danny fell over, nearly drained of his energy. Vlad looked over at the portal and observed a certain hero take care of an odd thug dressed in a rediculous rhino outfit. "Hm, now that I think about it, there is that certain insect that may interfree with my plans, but I can't reveal myself just yet." He looked over at Danny, who had passed out at this point. "Of course." He thought. "Why should I get rid of the bug, if Daniel can do it for me?" He grabbed Danny and turned towards the portal with a wicked smile. He then tossed him into the portal. The other ghosts came foward towards the portal. Vlad turned towards some sort of parasite ghost. "You. Go after him and attach yourself to him." He said pointing at the hero in a red and blue outfit.

Battle[]

New York City- 12:00 PM

Spider-man watched as the police began to drag Rhino off. "Man that guy just dosen't know when to quit." Spider-man thought to himself. Suddenly Spider-man and everyone else turned their attention to some odd sound. They observe as some sort of strange portal opens up and shoots out a boy. Spider-man swings over towards the area, not noticing the little green insect flying out of the portal. Spider-man land right in front of where Danny had landed. The ghostly but then landed on Spider-man's back and phased into his body. "Hey Kid, you okay?" Spidey says unsure. Danny began to regain consciousness. "Ugh, yeah I think I'm all-" suddenly his ghost sense began to act up. You looks foward at Spider-man. He seemed to be releasing some sort of ghostly aura (really coming from the parasite). "Vlad must have sent him to get rid of me" Danny thought. "We should probobly get you looked at kid that was a nast fa-AH!" Spidey was cut off when he was struck by a ghost ray. "I don't know how you think you can destroy me, but I'll just tell you it isn't gonna happen." Danny yelled as he flew towards Spider-man. "W-Wait, DESTROY?! Hold up there kid!" Spider-man couldn't finish his statement. As Danny began fire a barrage of ghost rays at him. Spidey manneged to dodge them but just barely. "Hey! Give me a chance to reason here!" Spidey yelled. "Yeah right, I know better then to listen to the likes of you." Danny then formed in ecto ball in his hand and fired it at Spider-man, which he dodge with little effort. "Ok, you obviosly won't listen to reason, guess we gotta do this the hard way." Spider-man thought. Danny continued to fire apon him with ghost rays but can't seem to hit his mark. "Oh, come on kid, you really think you're gonna get me with that?" Danny was about to fire another ray when Spider-man shot out some webs that wraped around his hands. "I've had just enough of those." Spider-man said.

But almost immediatly Danny blasted through the web. "Ok, that could have gone better." Spidey thought to himself. "Gonna have to do better then that!" Danny gloated. He then flew towards Spider-man, his fists glowing with green energy. He tried to through a few punches but can't seem to land a hit. "Ok, no offense kid, but you must have a black belt in stupid if you think you're gonna beat me." Spidey gloats. "You talk too much." Danny responds. He attempts to punch him again but Spider-man grabs his fist. "Really?" Spidey said. He then punched Danny hard in the face sending him flying back a few feet. Danny stood up but Spidey quickly lunged at him. Danny quickly turned himself intangable and Spidey flew right through him. "Ugh, yuck! Not gonna do that again." Spidey thought. Suddenly on the sides a John Jonah and some other reporters gathered. "Everyone I want you to get this, finally someone's gonna put Spider-man in his place." Spider-man looked around and noticed a car behind Danny. He shot out some webs which Danny phased through again. "Ha! You missed." Danny gloated. "Did I really?" Spidey then tugged hard and Danny turned only a second before a car struck him. Spider-man then shot out a rather large web behind Danny and as Danny tried to regain his balance, Spidey shot another web at him sending him back and tangling him in the web. "Ok, now you've gone from annoying to just ticking me off." Danny said annoyed. "And you say I talk to much?" Danny immediatly phased through the web. "Oh you just don't know when to give up." Spidey groaned. Danny began to fire his ghost rays at Spider-man and Spidey avoided them again. Spider-man then began to swing off to avoid more damage to the city.

Danny followed Spidey continuing to attempt to shoot him with his ghost ray and continuing to miss. Danny then looked over at the web Spidey was hanging. He gave a sly smile and shot at the web, snapping it immediately. Spidey latched on to a building before he hit the ground. Danny immediately tackled Spidey but turned them both intangable so that they phased through the building. They landed on the other side and on the streets. Danny tried to punch Spidey while he was dazed and land only two blows before Spidey pulled out some strange device. Suddenly it shot out a blinding light at Danny causing him to stumble back. Spider-man jump back a good distance. "It's all or nothing!" he yelled. He then used his webs to fling himself foward at Danny with the attempt to knock him out with a strong kick. But Danny managed to shake off his temporary blindness to see Spidey flying towards him. Danny knew he had no other option. He breathed in and then used his ghostly wail, stopping Spidey in his tracks. Everyone covered their ears in pain as the wail echoed through the city, shattering glass, and actually causing trembles through the streets. Then Danny ceased his attack, as Spider-man stood there dazed, his suit somewhat torn. Spidey looked up to see Danny standing in front of him, his fists glowing. Danny winded back and then punched Spider-man with a force on pars with Venom. Spider-man went back flying and crashed into a building. There he lay with his vision blurring. As Danny flew towards his location. At that point the parasite from earlier flew out of Spider-man. "Ok........You made your point kid..........You......Win" And with that Spider-man lost conciousness. Danny looked over his defeated opponent. "Alright, now for Vlad." Danny said and flew off.

Winner: Danny Phantom

Epilouge[]

Doctor Doom's Fortress-2:30

Doctor Doom watched in awe. A mere child had triumphed over Spider-man. He pondered. "This boy could potentionally be a nuisance to my plans" He thought to himself. "But how am I to get rid of a boy such as this?" He said to himself. "Ah, Victor Von Doom I presume?" a voice rang out. Dr. Doom turned. "And just who are you?" The figure stepped out of the shadows. "Perhaps I should take a little more comfortable form. Suddenly he changed into a very professional looking man with grey hair. "I am Vlad Masters, and I have a proposition for you."

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Battle vs. Batman (Comics) (by MovieStuff65)[]

Despite the rain and the fog that made it nearly impossible to see with the naked eye, Batman's goal could never be clearer. The only sound that could be heard over the constant pitter-patter of the storm was the Batmobile's engine, but even that went silent as its hatch opened and driver left. His suit keeping all but his exposed mouth and chin protected from the evening chill, Batman aimed his grapple hook upwards and shot into the sky, silently taking to the roofs as the journey for the night's first case began.

Perching himself on a roof's corner in the slums, Batman watched in silence as the scene unfolded - half a dozen police cars in the parking lot of a seemingly abandoned dock warehouse, the flashes of red and blue breaking through the night's darkness. He removed a pair of binoculars, looking through them as he spotted the men he was looking for in the crowd - Commissioner Jim Gordon, distinctive moustache and glasses setting him apart from the beat cops, and his old partner Harvey Bullock, fedora sagging under the weight of the rain.

Taking several steps back, Batman leaps over the gap between roofs, landing in well-practiced silence to get closer. From the shorter distance, and with the aid of hacked GCPD radios, Batman could hear the tail end of the argument between the two veteran officers.

"...he would've been here by now," Bullock was muttering angrily, hands tightly gripping a thermos of coffee to keep himself warm. "We'll leave enough for your pal, but let's let our boys get in there to figure this out."

"No one moves until he gets the first look." Gordon said firmly, glancing at the buildings. Although he didn't know it, Gordon's eyes passed briefly over the shadowed vigilante, who smiled faintly at his old friend's trust. Before Batman could validate that faith, the bright high beams of a new car entered his peripheral. He turned with curiosity - too nice for the gangbangers who had been going in and out of this location, but not another squad car or slick convertible for any city hall residents looking for a photo op.

He returns the binoculars to his eyes, barely able to make out a license plate. "Oracle, I need an ID on that plate." Batman says into his cowl, not bothering to ask for confirmation on her end before aiming his grapple gun to a higher vantage point. As he ascended, he watched as the driver exited - a young, Asian woman, wearing faded black denim jeans and a matching leather jacket. Not a GCPD officer by the looks of it, but she carried herself with the same confidence that the few good cops tend to have.

"Oracle, I need-"

"Yeah, yeah, facial recognition. Let's see...Oh boy, dad's got it tough on this one. That's..."


"Captain Yuri Watanbe, NYPD." the woman says, flashing a badge at the two uniform officers in her way. She shoves past them without protest, approaching the commissioner, who looks at her with no indication of his attitude.

"Yeah, whatever toots," the older, fatter man said to her, turning to face her with a sneer. "GCPD's got jurisdiction on the docks, at least until your fatso mayor sorts out otherwise with Reál."

"This may still be Gotham territory, detective Bullock," Yuri says, emphasizing the rank as she glanced at the shield on his trenchcoat, "But this is an NYPD case. Tombstone's one of ours, and we've got permission from your mayor to oversee your investigation."

A cough from Gordon silenced the bickering pair, expression breaking into a friendly smile as he puts a hand on Bullock's shoulder. "Glad to see you've been taking the sensitivity training to heart, Bullock." He turns to their guest, shrugging. "Apologies for my friend. He's a bit rough around the edges, but he means well."

Yuri nods, softening, before nodding at the warehouse. "Have you sent anyone in yet?" Gordon shakes his head, nodding at the uniform officers setting up crime tape or interrogating witnesses. The older police commissioner glances past Yuri just briefly, and she spots more squad cars arriving behind her. "We just arrived, and we're still waiting for forensics. Would you like us to?"

The younger woman shakes her head, apparently satisfied by his answer. "Not yet, I've still got people I'm waiting for too. Go ahead and finish setting up, I've got to call one of them anyway." She says, smiling politely at the pair. She turns and walks back towards her car, ignoring the brief shadow passing over her as she wiped raindrops from her phone screen.


Landing as quietly as he could after falling a dozen feet out of the air mid web-swing, Spider-Man smiled beneath his mask as he got the call he'd been waiting for. "Why, if it isn't my favorite former top cop. What can Spider-Cop help you with today?"

"I'm going to regret helping you. I got you time to get in there, but you've got to be fast."

"I knew it, you do care. You can't see it beneath the cloth mask, but I'm blushing. Speaking of cloth, probably wasn't the best idea to wear this suit in this weather." Spider-Man chuckled as Yuri groaned on the other end of the line, carefully opening a rooftop shutter to the warehouse.

"I can tell that these GCPD folks aren't like the cops we know. One of them was chomping at the bit to get in there."

"Seriously Yuri, thank you. I know how tough an ask this was." He answers, crawling along the roof and looking around the catwalks. "Gotta go, but I'll make sure Tombstone gets a nice, five-knuckle hello from you." Satisfied that catwalks were unoccupied, Spider-Man lowered himself from the roof, sliding down a webline as the call disconnected.

Spider-Man spins around and lands on the railing, before placing himself beneath the catwalk. "Now if I were a b-tier criminal in need of a tan, where would I hide my secret home away from home..." He wonders to himself, looking below into the maze of shipping containers and crates of cargo that made up the interior. A brief bit of movement caught his eye. Spider-Man spotted a cowled figure emerge from the shadows, looking at the ground, seemingly unaware of him.

As he followed a single pair of faint footprints that didn't lead to an exit, a creak of straining metal caught Batman's attention. A glance above revealed the source of the noise, Spider-Man's red and blue costume just shades of green in the cowl's night vision. Judging by their relaxed posture, they hadn't realized they'd been caught, so Batman kept up the charade as he continued following the trail.

He stops at one shipping container, with noticeably less dust and smaller than the others. If he wanted the surprise, now was the time. He deactivated the night vision of his cowl, before throwing open his cape and revealing a batarang in his hand. Spider-Man reacted first, a web ball slamming Batman's hand into the shipping container's door, trapping his hand against the steel.

"Nice to meet you, mister dark, brooding, and handsome," Spider-Man says, descending on another webline. Batman tugged against the web, only grunting in response. "I wouldn't bother, if I were you. It's like sand, trying to get rid of it only makes the mess worse. Trust me, I've had to clean web out of these spandex more times than I can count."

The figure opened his other hand, revealing several small round objects that fell to the floor. The Spider-Sense flaring in his head, Spider-Man averts his eyes just as the flashbang pellets went off. Blinking rapidly and looking down again, Spider-Man only saw Batman vanish into a smoke cloud that had gathered where he once stood. He slid down the webline, eyes still protected but still waving his hands in an attempt to disperse the smoke.

"Oh great, ninjas. I didn't know that Tombstone had started outsourcing," Spider-Man said, the tingle in his head warning him to flip, narrowly avoiding a trio of batarangs flying towards him. Batman grimaced as his opponent's talking continued, crouching into the shadows to observe.

"You don't seem like the Hand, though. Too Tim Burton-y for them." Batman darted in before the last of the smoke dispersed, swinging his fist to connect with Spider-Man's turned head, only for the wall-crawler to duck beneath his blow, folding into a hand stand, and kicking upwards.

The Dark Knight stumbled backwards, Spider-Man's heel still grazing his chin with enough force to draw blood. He steps back and takes a boxing pose as Spider-Man backflips towards him, blocking another kick but sliding backwards from his sheer strength. Immediately aware he was outmatched physically, Batman swung his cape at Spider-Man, who shifted backwards. "What are these things, anyway? Not knives, not boomerangs..." The webhead taunted, catching the batarang.

The ache in his head warned him just as the explosive batarang's timer went off, and Spider-Man tossed the shuriken aside just before it could blow up his face. The flash and heat still sent him reeling, slamming back into a shipping container. Batman leaped forward, slamming three quick jabs into his opponent's stomach, grunting in exertion as he felt how little these punches were doing. He retrieves another smoke grenade from his utility belt, pulling the pin as he planted his boot into Spider-Man's chest and kicked himself backwards.

Spider-Man shot a web into the smoke, just missing the escaping Batman as the webline flew harmlessly over his shoulder. He loosed another web upward, swinging into the more open terrain of the warehouse's loading deck and out of the smoke. "You know, it's not too late to talk this out. It looks like you've got a thing for bats, I got a thing for spiders. We could still work it out," he says into the darkness, his natural night vision only offering unhelpful shades of grey against the crates.

Batman observed from above in the catwalks, gauging his opponent. He drew another pair of batarangs, tossing each in separate directions. Each swerved in the air, before spinning around - one back towards him, the other behind Spider-Man's head. He watched as Spider-Man briefly glanced in the general direction of the former, before suddenly reacting and dodging the latter. Affirming his suspicion, Batman tossed several batarangs, hoping to overwhelm whatever danger precognition he was using to dodge everything.

Spider-Man's senses kicked in, ducking to avoid several batarangs, but another tingle hit just as Batman swung in from above, grappel hook giving him momentum as he kicked into Spider-Man. Not relenting, Batman tossed his grapple gun aside and unholstered another, shooting the line at Spider-Man. The webhead dodged, shooting a pair of weblines ahead, preparing to catapult himself forward. His Spider-Sense kicked in, and he turned to catch the chair that Batman had dragged towards them with his grapple gun. Another pang shot through Spider-Man's head just as the Caped Crusader's fist collided with his jaw.

Taking a breath, Spider-Man struggled as Batman's assault of quick kicks, batarangs, and jabs overwhelmed him. The constant input forced Spider-Man on the defensive, and every time he attempted to raise his arms to web-sling away Batman knocked them aside. "You know," Spider-Man started, Batman's knee temporarily interrupting him, "Despite how it would look from the outside, you're not actually," he continues, a batarang cutting him from behind and tearing part of his mask, exposing a patch of brown hair. "Doing that much. I can give you some tips on your left hook if you want."

"Shut up and fall dammit!" Batman relents, taking just a single second to catch his breath. Spider-Man uses the lull to reach for his own utility belt. The Spider-Signal flared in Batman's face, forcing him to stop again as he covered his eyes. "Only right before I beat up strangers in costumes worse than mine." Spider-Man taunts, bending down and delivering a swift uppercut.

Lifting Batman a solid three feet off the ground, Spider-Man followed up by jumping into the air, spinning and delivering another kick directly into Batman's back. As the Dark Knight collapses onto the ground, vision rapidly fading, he attempts to escape, drawing a smoke pellet in one hand and his grappel gun in the other. "Oh no, not this time!" A web forces the grappel away from Batman's hand and onto the ground, shattering it just as the smoke bomb releases.

He could feel another web wrapping around his ankle, and he watches helplessly as he's dragged upside down, dangling from the catwalk. Blinking rapidly, Batman reaches for his utility belt just as Spider-Man snatches it away with a web, letting it fall harmlessly to the ground sixty feet below. Blood rushing to his head and now exhausted and beaten, Batman looks at the also upside-down Spider-Man, who gives a friendly neighborhood wave.

"Now, let's talk before the blood pooling gets too dangerous for you. First, introductions. My name is Spider-Man, I'm a Virgo, and I enjoy long walks on the Coney Island boardwalk. It's a pleasure to meet you."

Expert's Opinion[]

A fairly simple win for the Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, whose strength, web-slinging, and Spider-Sense all limited Batman's best assets. The Dark Knight's greater strategic mind and martial arts skill meant he could've beat the wall-crawler if he was careful and precise, but he would have had to operated with perfection at every single moment to prevent Spidey from getting the chance to go on the offensive. The moment he got breathing room, the Amazing Spider-Man proved why he was the superior comic book icon.

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Battle vs. Flash (Wally West) (by Drayco90)[]

No battle was written.

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Reason[]

The battle was declared unfair for Spider-Man because of the Flash's top speed is faster than light, which is too fast for Spider-Man to deal with.

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