And Michael Turner looks like he was BORN to draw Spider-man. Not much so Batman though.
LAST MAN STANDING
|Batman vs. Spider-Man||Art by Michael Turner and Peter Steigerwald|
|TALE OF THE TAPE|
|225 lbs.||Weight||165 lbs.|
|Stinking rich||Financial Status||Dirt poor|
|Catwoman||Feline-Themed Girlfriend||Black Cat|
THE PLAYERS: After watching a mugger murder his parents, young Bruce Wayne embarked on a one-man war on crime, prowling the night as the brooding vigilante Batman!
Given superpowers from a radioactive spider bite, Peter Parker learned a harsh lesson about power and responsibility and now fights evil as the amazing Spider-Man!
THE BATTLE: On assignment in Gotham City for the Daily Bugle, photographer Peter Parker goes on some late-night web swinging and comes across Batman roughing up a thug. “Hey, tall, dark and gruesome—ix-nay on the eating-bay,” Spidey quips as he drops to the alleyway beside the Dark Knight. Batman ignores him. “I guess those big ears of yours are just for show,” Spider-Man opines as he webs up Batman’s fist, preventing him from striking the criminal. Suddenly, the wall-crawler’s spider-sense warns him of danger, and he leaps onto a nearby wall just in time to avoid a cluster of Batarangs. In the confusion, Batman deploys a smoke grenade that quickly envelops the entire alleyway. “Get out of my city,” Batman growls from inside the inky black cloud. “But I haven’t even seen the sights yet,” Spider-Man retorts as he sprays webbing in a vain attempt to snare the vigilante. Batman drops from the rooftop onto Spidey’s back, sending them both tumbling into the smoke-filled alley. Disoriented, Spider-Man blindly lashes out, landing a glancing blow that nearly takes the Caped Crusader’s head off. Knowing that he has to put Spider-Man down fast, Batman—moving too quickly for the Web-head to dodge—lands a nerve punch to the amazing arachnid’s solar plexus. “Feel free to surrender anytime,” Spidey groans as he falls to the ground, unconscious and defeated!