I have seen some mentions of a comic crossover, in which DC Comics Batman meets and possibly fights Marvel's Wolverine. Does anyone know where this is?

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    As worded, this comes across as a list/recommendation question. I feel like there is a valid question in here (similar to Superman Computes Pi) - that can, and should, be reworded as a story identification question.
    – phantom42
    Dec 16, 2013 at 13:43

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After the Marvel vs DC comics Jack B Nimble mentions there is an Amalgam of Batman and Wolverine: The Dark Claw!

I think there are only two issues of that but if I remember correctly they're actually pretty fun stories, with Sabertooth and Joker having merged to become The Hyena. Though I'm afraid that's as close as we get to a Bats and Wolvie crossover.

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There is no such match up that is official. In the DC vs Marvel limited series Wolverine goes against Lobo, and Batman goes against Captain America.

Super Power Beat Down did a matchup between Batman and Wolverine

And Pierre Desgranges and Atomic Production did something similar.


  • im not sure if this is what i was looking for, but its something +1. Dec 12, 2013 at 23:18

I'm pretty sure I've read a Wolverine-Star Trek crossover comic (it was bad) but I don't remember coming across a Batman-Wolverine one. A bit of searching found Dark Claw.

You could also search for fanfic materials. Rule 34¹ will apply, so be careful.

¹ Warning - TV Tropes link! Your productivity will suffer.

  • Dark Claw is the result of the DC vs Marvel limited series crossover. Dec 12, 2013 at 23:06
  • correction: fanfic is at least 25% porn... from same site Dec 12, 2013 at 23:19
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    @tryingToGetProgrammingStraight - just 25%? You need to find better sources of fanfic, clearly <g> Dec 12, 2013 at 23:50
  • @DVK i wanted to say 75%, but tried to stay on the safe side :P Dec 13, 2013 at 1:32

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