Spider-Man ever came face to face with Batman?

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    SpaceWay2007

    [1]Aug 8, 2007
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    Has Spider-Man and Batman ever fought in the animated series of Spider-Man or Batman? I can't really remember, but I could have sworn that I saw Spider-Man fighting against Batman and Robin. I think it was in the Batman: TAS. I know that Spider-Man couldn't have fought Batman in the Spider-Man: TAS because I watched all of the episodes and didn't see Batman in it.
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    sporkman5353

    [2]Aug 14, 2007
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    SpaceWay2007 wrote:
    Has Spider-Man and Batman ever fought in the animated series of Spider-Man or Batman? I can't really remember, but I could have sworn that I saw Spider-Man fighting against Batman and Robin. I think it was in the Batman: TAS. I know that Spider-Man couldn't have fought Batman in the Spider-Man: TAS because I watched all of the episodes and didn't see Batman in it.

    No, i have the complete series for both shows minus lizard king. There was a few crossovers were they met in the comics though.

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    tvwatcher657654

    [3]Aug 18, 2007
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    No. I have seen every episode of each show.
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    UltraPrimal

    [4]Aug 19, 2007
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    How can Spider-man and Batman have a crossover?! 1 is owned by MArvel and 1 is owned by DC. The closest thing to a crossover is the Lizard and Killer Croc. They do bear a striking resemblance, but they are not the same character. Just like how Batman and the Black Panther look very similar, but they're oviously not the same guy.
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    leodonmikeraph

    [5]Aug 23, 2007
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    are you serious?
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    sporkman5353

    [6]Sep 2, 2007
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    UltraPrimal wrote:
    How can Spider-man and Batman have a crossover?! 1 is owned by MArvel and 1 is owned by DC. The closest thing to a crossover is the Lizard and Killer Croc. They do bear a striking resemblance, but they are not the same character. Just like how Batman and the Black Panther look very similar, but they're oviously not the same guy.

    How is that a crossover off sorts, the 2 are nothing alike, but other than that, yeah a crossover wouldnt happen, of course there is dark claw adventures.

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    Austo191

    [7]Mar 2, 2008
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    yes. In the comic books. But they didn't fight each other. huhhhhhhh.
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    pepsi_twist2008

    [8]Aug 25, 2008
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    Not to mention Spider-man is owned by Sony while Batman along with all of DC's property is owned by Warner Bros/Time Warner
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    AnzaPower

    [9]Aug 30, 2008
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    Closest thing to that is fan-made stuff, I think Spidy might've fought Batman in NODQ Caw show thingy, not sure though...
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