a) It’s Mxyzptlk
b) Yes, in Superman and Batman: World’s Funnest
a) It’s Mxyzptlk
Oh, and again, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham has over 10,000 different possible combinations of characters, including the two of them. No specific dialogue, but Bat-Mite often talks to the player, who can be any of 180+ characters including Mxyzptlk, and Mxyzptlk talks to the player at least once, who can be Bat-Mite.
Again, both can be teamed-up by the player in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, or LEGO DC Super-Villains, with no specific dialogue,
In LEGO DC Super-Villains, Red Robin is a playable character, while Constantine is a playable DLC character. No specific dialogue interactions there, but I don’t know if they’ve met anywhere else.
LEGO is always going to be a simple connector, but most characters in the LEGO games don’t really have any meaningful interactions. For the purposes of this thread I’m sticking to written content, as opposed to player-generated content.
So… Have Tim Drake and John Constantine ever met outside of player-generated content?
Martha Kent and Granny Goodness
Jor-El and Jonathan Kent
Phantom Lady and Phantom Girl
David Zavimbe and Luke Fox
Have Swamp thing ever met Killer Croc?
Not quite. They were both in attendance at the funeral for Hal Jordan in 1996’s Green Lantern #81, but didn’t interact with each other.
In Action Comics #500, Jonathan Kent meets Jor-El in the afterlife. They don’t get along well. Also, in Elliot Maggin’s Superman novel The Last Son of Krypton, a hologram of Jor-El first appeals to Albert Einstein to raise Kal-El as his own. Einstein instead redirects Jor-El to the Kents. Most significantly, though, is Season 3 of TV’s Smallville.
You would think so, but no! Not even the 21st century Phantom Girl in The Terrifics. They’ve just been in different eras (and often universes) this whole time.
Hasn’t happened. Luke showed up right after David retired from superheroics. They haven’t had the occasion.
Oh, absolutely. Check out Batman #521-522, where Croc is beckoned to the swamp as a “fellow swamp thing.”
Joker’s Number One Guy (Bob) and Lex’s idiot minion (Otis)?
Nope. Bob the Goon has never appeared outside of the Batman movie and its direct adaptations.
If Batman '89 and Superman '78 ever do a crossover…
Thankyou so much @HubCityQuestion, I was thinking of the swampy stuff on what they have like crocodiles, that’s when I was wondering if both Croc and Swamp Thing ever met, I’m looking forward to reading the comics.