Have We Met?

a) It’s Mxyzptlk
b) Yes, in Superman and Batman: World’s Funnest

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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.

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Again, both can be teamed-up by the player in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, or LEGO DC Super-Villains, with no specific dialogue,

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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.

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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.

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So… Have Tim Drake and John Constantine ever met outside of player-generated content?

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Martha Kent and Granny Goodness

Jor-El and Jonathan Kent

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Phantom Lady and Phantom Girl

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David Zavimbe and Luke Fox

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Hello @HubCityQuestion,
Have Swamp thing ever met Killer Croc?:grinning:

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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.

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Nope.

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.

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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.

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Hasn’t happened. Luke showed up right after David retired from superheroics. They haven’t had the occasion.

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Oh, absolutely. Check out Batman #521-522, where Croc is beckoned to the swamp as a “fellow swamp thing.”

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Joker’s Number One Guy (Bob) and Lex’s idiot minion (Otis)?

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Nope. Bob the Goon has never appeared outside of the Batman movie and its direct adaptations.

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If Batman '89 and Superman '78 ever do a crossover…

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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.:grinning:

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