In the Prize Fight for Wildcat it’s a fist fight for at least three panels. And who does the best fistfighting but 60s TV Batman? Well, there are a few feet, because the Green Hornet and Kato are here as well. But while I can remember fights with giants, or requiring a sonic attack or something, a fistfight is usually pretty pedestrian in superhero comics.
Wildcat Prize Fight: “Socker”
The Battlefield: Batman ’66 Meets The Green Hornet #6 (DC Comics; January, 2015, just barely making the six month limit) “The End Of Crime’s Tether”
The Promoters: Kevin Smith & Ralph Garman (writers), Ty Templeton (artist), Tony Avina (colorist), and Wes Abbott (letterer)
Working together, even though Batman and Robin don’t know the Green Hornet and Kato are also crimefighters and not criminals, the two hero teams track down their mutual enemy Gumm and the bane of the Dynamic Duo’s day, the Joker. It’s fighting time.
Technically two kicks and two punches but I ended on the two punches. Maybe Joker should stick to gas-shooting flowers instead of glue-spitting flowers. It usually works better for him.
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