- Death Battle (Season 1)
- Death Battle (Season 2)
- Death Battle (Season 3)
- Death Battle (Season 4)
- Death Battle (Season 5)
- Master Chief vs. Jango Fett:
- Jango uses his jetpack to pull off an eye-opening combo, uppercutting Master Chief several feet into the air, stomping him so hard he leaves a dent in the floor, and dragging his prone body along the ground into volatile machinery.
- Lightsaber vs. dual-wielded Energy Swords. Lightsaber wins.
- Jango had been getting the upper hand during a good amount of the fight, even beating Master Chief at an energy sword Duel. Master Chief turns this around and pulls the win by using his Armor Lock to block a deathblow, before planting a Plasma Grenade on Jango's helmet, One Hit Killing him.
- Sakura vs. Rin Tohsaka:
- After an evenly matched brawl that showcases both combatants' abilities and combat skills quite well, once Sakura activates her Strength of a Hundred Seal, she quickly overpowers Rin and sends her flying through the ceiling with a well-placed uppercut.
- Bruce Lee vs multiple characters inspired by him; Bruce flattens them with no real effort. There's nothing like the original!
- Donald Trump vs. Hilary Clinton: Captain America telling off America for choosing horrible candidates to run for office, before being declared president over either of these two.
- Predator vs. Prophet:
- After getting cut up by the Predator's claws, Prophet diverts all his armor's energy to his defenses. The upgrade is so effective, it shatters the Predator's claws like porcelain. He then uppercuts the Predator into the air, kicks him into a pillar, and charges into him so hard, he breaks the column.
- After Prophet cloaks, the Predator mounts his shoulder cannon on his wrist, waits for Prophet to make a move, and lays a plasma-enhanced beatdown on him when he tries to attack.
- The final showdown, where Prophet and the Predator swing out against each other. Prophet's fist meets the Predator's face, cracks his mask, and lays him out, leaving Prophet free to lift the destroyed pillar and squash his enemy for the win.
- In a meta-perspective, there's the fact that the official Crysis Twitter account liked the episode.
- Link vs. Meta Knight:
Meta Knight: Come.
- The introduction. Aboard the Halberd, Meta Knight can be seen looking out from the distance on the bridge, when his minions bring in the Triforce before him. As he comments on its potential power, a Clawshot grabs the Triforce from out of nowhere (surprising the normally-unflappable Meta Knight) and drags it back to Link, who pockets it and strikes an Ass Kicking Pose with the Master Sword raised. Then, we see Meta Knight simply draw his Galaxia Sword—
- After a back-and-forth sword duel ending with Link and Meta Knight's attacks colliding in mid-air, their swords get knocked out of their hands. Link goes for his Clawshot to retrieve the Master Sword, only for Meta Knight to warp next to it using his Dimensional Cape, grab the Clawshot's chain out of mid-air, and use it to pull Link towards him for a powerful uppercut.
- The ending. With Link launched into the air, Meta Knight uses a Mach Tornado to capture Link in mid-air, strike him multiple times, and spike him downward— setting him up for his trademark Galaxia Darkness technique, which he uses to extract the Triforce from Link and decapitate him in one blow. Then, as the Triforce descends towards him, Meta Knight takes it and coolly turns his back to the camera as Link's head slams into the foreground.
- Genji vs Raiden:
- An intense and surprisingly-even sword fight between two cyborg ninjas ending in a Single-Stroke Battle that makes it appear that Raiden lost before he lands the killing blow on Genji.
- Raphael vs Wolverine
Wolverine: I'm the best there is at what I do.
- A fast-paced, blood-filled duel to the death between two of the baddest attitudes and biggest egos in comic book history. Especially good for people disappointed by Wolverine vs Raiden.
- Wolverine temporarily paralyzing Raphael with his Lethal Claw combo.
- The portion of the fight in the smokescreen, especially Wolverine's removal of it.
- Not only can Wolverine keep fighting with both of Raphael's sais stuck in his arm, he even tells him he's a "vicious kid" before gouging out his eyes with his claws, cutting off his arms, and slicing him into three pieces.
- Wolverine ending the fight with this quote:
- Broly vs. Doomsday:
- It's Broly vs. Doomsday. Of course it's going to be rad as hell, with building-exploding energy blasts flying around and the two headliners beating the absolute piss out of each other with their bare hands. Eventually, Broly leaves a massive crater in the ruined city they're fighting in, with his opponent smack-dab at Ground Zero, but that's not enough to stop Doomsday— who gets up, swats a ki blast away, drives the Legendary Super Saiyan to the ground, and pummels him before tearing him clean in half.
- This was also the first DBX to be animated by the One Minute Melee group, so the quality of DBX has jumped.
- Guts vs. Cloud:
- This fast-paced brawl sees a lot of awesome moments, but the final clash stands out: Guts with the Berserker Armor taking on a Mako-powered Cloud in a flurry of strikes that culminates with Guts decapitating Cloud...'s after-image, before the real one shows up to bisect the Black Swordsman for the win.
- Bomberman vs. Mega Man:
- With how simple Bomberman's games are, how much could he possibly do? The answer is in fact, a whole lot— with how much he's able to control the battlefield and force Mega Man on the run near-constantly. Special mention must go to when— after narrowly avoiding being decapitated by the Metal Blade— he flies into a rage and rapidly hurls an entire barrage of explosives at a panicking Mega Man.
- This, of course, makes it all the more awesome when Mega Man turns things around to beat him at his own game. After using the Rush Coil to dodge the Skull Bombs, he drops down behind Bomberman— not revealing himself until he has his Mega Buster at point-blank range to prompt a massive look of "Oh, Crap!" from his opponent. Rock sticks a Crash Bomber onto Bomberman's back, leaps up as it explodes, and goomba-stomps him to ash for the win.
- Samus Aran vs. Master Chief:
- After 7 long years, we finally get to see Samus Aran and Master Chief duke it out in a ScrewAttack production. Granted, it's not a full-fledged Death Battle, but it's an awesome episode of DBX nonetheless. Here are some of the highlights:
- MC gets Samus in an armlock and shoots her in the face point-blank with his pistol. All it does is make Samus's helmet wobble a bit, after which she pistol whips him with his own gun.
- After Chief knocks Samus down and holds down her arm with his foot, Samus donkey kicks him several feet in the air and pulls off a blistering assault that ends with Chief getting blasted through a tree.
- MC gets his Banshee blown up from underneath him, which proves to be a minor setback as he simply lets the force of the explosion propel him forward for a blow from the Gravity Hammer that leaves a explosive crater in the ground.
- John gets the Gravity Hammer knocked out of his hands, but punches Samus hard enough to give him time to catch the Hammer and hit Samus so hard she flies through the air.
- The fight ends when Samus blows up John with a bomb, catches him mid-air with the grapple beam, bounces him off a nearby tree, and blasts him with a fully charged shot that leaves him in critical condition. Samus ends the fight by coldly cocking her arm cannon and blowing Chief's head right off his shoulders.
- Wii Fit Trainer vs. Dhalsim
Dhalsim: This victory was predicted long ago.
- Dhalsim becoming the first character in either DBX or OMM to completely No-Sell a Final Smash from a Smash representative. Having stunned Dhalsim and broken a Smash Ball beforehand, Wii Fit Trainer goes for the kill with her Wii Fit— but the Indian mystic simply recovers, breathes in deeply, and counters by using his own Yoga Inferno Super to burn straight through it... and then the Trainer herself, reducing her to a scorched skeleton.
- Darth Vader vs. Magneto
Vader: You are most impressive... But not impressive enough.
- The animated fight looks pretty good with both men using magnetism and The Force to fly around the battlefield trying to defeat each other.
- The intro. Vader is about to have the Death Star fire on Earth... when Magneto tears apart the control room the Death Star, claiming that "insignificant planet" just so happens to be his home.
- Vader and Magneto stop trying to crush each other directly because they're not interested in a Mutual Kill.
- The final blow. Magneto has Vader trapped in steel and is about to stab him with his own lightsaber. Vader is able to hold back the lightsaber long enough to use the Force on Magneto's cape, distracting him long enough for the Sith Lord to send his saber through the Master of Magnetism's head.
- Vegeta vs. General Zod
Vegeta: Who was that clown...?Zod: I am Zod. I win! (his eyes shoot open and glow red)Zod: I always win.
- Zod tanking Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta's Final Flash, before countering with some well-timed Heat Vision Beam Spam. The Badass Boast he gets in as he sends his opponent reeling only makes it better:
Zod: How delightful, a family reunited! There's only one way to save his life. Kneel Before Zod!Vegeta: (face hidden in shadow, speaking in a deadly cold monotone) That's my son. (lunges forward and begins mashing Zod into the ground)) THAT'S! MY! SON! YOU! GOD! DAMN! BAS! TARD!
- For most of the fight, Vegeta is as cocky as always, making the fight, at first, nothing more than a clash of egos. That is until Zod reveals he's captured and is torturing Trunks. Then Vegeta gets mad... and Zod gets pummeled into a crater. Points to Zod for surviving that, mind you.
- Vegeta and Trunks finishing Zod off with a Father-Son Galick Gun.
- A very subtle one: Wiz and Boomstick have confirmed in the past that Vegeta would use kryptonite on a Kryptonian in a heartbeat if he were aware of its effects and how to get his hands on some. Despite this, it doesn't come into play at all — Vegeta doesn't even need the Green Rocks to beat Zod.
- Alucard vs. Demitri:
Demitri: Let's play.
- Both characters' respective entrances. Alucard stealthily phases across the rooftops of the castle in his wolf form, but gets surrounded by various armed and undead mooks as he drops back down in his regular form. After using his Alucard Sword to cut them all down effortlessly, the dhampyr comes across Demitri in the throne room — who teleports in much like Dracula did in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, and challenges Alucard to battle, with an impressive bow and sinister chuckle as he appears.
Alucard: Go back... whence you came.
- The animation is very fast and fluid, especially for a 2D-animated battle — really giving a sense of how powerful both vampires are during their battle. Especially with regard to many of Alucard's most well-known spells and weapons coming into play against Demitri's Chaos Flares and demonic transformation.
- Demitri slams Alucard through the castle floor with a Spinning Piledriver, and needless to say, Alucard's feeling pretty woozy after that one. What's a dhampyr to do in this situation? Simple — wait for your vampire enemy to go for a bite, and shove a crucifix down his throat. Alucard then stops time, slashes through Demitri, and seals him inside a coffin before imploding it; sending the vampire's remains into a yawning void.
- Goku Black vs. Black Adam
- If you thought the battle between Vegeta and Zod was impressive, this Battle of Gods takes it up a notch with an amazing, fast-paced slugfest that makes both sides look equal!
- Krillin vs. Tien vs. Yamcha