- Season 1
Season 2: Episodes 26-39 | Episodes 40-48 | Episodes 49-57
Season 7: Episodes 120-129 | Episodes 130-139
Season 9: Episodes 156-163 | Episodes 164-171
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Mario enemies (Thwomp, Bullet Bills, Angry Sun, Piranha Plant, Red Goombas)
- Mooks: Mario enemies interrupting a battle between Mario enemies.
Big the Cat
- Destination Defenestration: Hurled out a window during Haggar and Zangief's fight.
- Destination Defenestration: Also hurled out a window during Haggar and Zangief's fight.
- Death of a Child: It is attacked and devoured by Riptor.
Namek Wildlife (Cheep Cheeps and Jawz)
- Misplaced Wildlife: They're Mario and Sonic enemies living in the Dragon Ball universe.
- Batman Can Breathe in Space: Subverted. it's wearing a space...helmet.
- Shout-Out: To Team Four Star's Running Gag of the Space Duck.
The Death Battle T-Shirt
- Boomstick: "Is it wrong to have sexy feelings for a t-shirt? 'Cause if it is, I don't want to be right!"
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Effortlessly destroys every other T-shirt in the world.
- Merchandise-Driven: The entire point of its existence.
- Parody Sue: It easily kills every other T-shirt.
- Total Party Kill: To every other t-shirt in the fight.
Every Other T-Shirt in The World
- Boomstick: "Those other shirts were sure cotton off guard!"
- Ascended Meme: One of the shirts was a Three Wolf Moon shirt
- The Cameo: A shirt has a picture of Superman on it. There were also two shirts that had a Atari logo and Pac-Man on it.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: None of them stand a chance against the Death Battle T-Shirt.
- Fighting Irish: One of the shirts had an Irish shamrock on it.
- Mooks: They more or less serve as these.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: They didn't get an analysis, justified because... well, its a commercial for the Death Battle t-shirt.
The 13-Year Old Driver
- Assist Character: For Rebecca Black.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Averted. He's pretty happy he nailed Justin Bieber with his car... so much so, he doesn't look where he's going and crashes into a wall.
The Jonas Brothers
- Flat "What": Kevin's reaction the Justin Bieber and Rebecca Black's deaths.
- Joke Character: Just here to be killed.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Got run through by a sword sent flying from Black's exploding car.
- Fish Eyes: She gets stabbed in the forehead with a sword, giving her these type of eyes.
- Joke Character: Just here to be killed.
- Cringer: "Oh no, not again!"
Voiced by: Edwyn Tiong
- Humiliation Conga: He's (painfully) transformed into Battlecat against his will yet again, mind-controlled by Lion-O, and then uppercutted into orbit by his own master… After the fight it's revealed he was neutered some time ago.
- Hybrid Monster: Half Cat, Half Dragon.
- Just Eat Him: How he apparently disposes of Lion-O's corpse.
- Loud of War: As BattleCat, his roars can cause earthquakes.
- Lovable Coward: At least until He-Man transforms him (albeit against his will).
- Painful Transformation: Lets out an agonized "the paaaaaaaiiiiin!" while He-Man is transforming him. This is turn alerts Lion-O and brings him over to where He-Man is for their duel to begin.
- Super-Powered Alter Ego: Cringer is meek on his own, but becomes much more vicious as BattleCat.
- Super Speed and Super Strength: Similar to his master, he obtains these from transforming.
- Unstoppable Rage: It's implied that he'll go on an unstoppable rampage if he stays in his BattleCat form for too long.
- Yank the Dog's Chain: Wiz and Boomstick spent a few minutes discussing him in detail, though Death Battle doesn't allow outside help as part of their rules. As such, he gets sent into the atmosphere before the fight can begin, not allowed to partake in the battle whatsoever.
Shao Kahn's Guards
- Goomba Stomp: Shao Khan gives the left guard this treatment.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: One guard gets swiftly killed by Bison... and Khan delivers a Goomba Stomp to the other.
- Red Shirt: Just here for Bison to initiate the fight.
Star Fox (Falco Lombardi, Peppy Hare, Slippy Toad
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: Slippy gets blasted by the Righteous Indignation. This sparks the battle between Bucky and Fox.
Righteous Indignation Crew Members
- Death of a Child: One of the members is a young boy named Willy DeWitt. If he's still on Bucky's team, then he must have gone down with the rest of them.
Innocent Bystanders (Gun Store Owner, Truck Driver, etc.)
- We Hardly Knew Ye: If they have a slight relevance to the plot, chances are they won't last long.
- Boomstick: " I hate 'em even more than my blood sucking ex-wife!"
- Fat Bitch: At least according to Boomstick, who has made several insults in regards to her weight.
- The Ghost: Never seen or heard, only mentioned (with acidic hate) by Boomstick several times. Deadpool claims he slept with her once.
Vegeta: "Alright you androgynous test-tube baby, prepare yourself for the most intense battle this miserable planet has ever seen!"
Voiced by: Nick "Lanipator" Landis
Voiced by: Nick "Lanipator" Landis
(For information on his matchup appearance, see the Season 1 characters page.)
- The Alcoholic: Opts to go get a beer with Mewtwo after killing off Silvermania.
- Enemy Mine: Is apparently sworn enemies with Mewtwo, but the two team up to send Silvermania packing and then go out to get a drink together.
- Kamehame Hadoken: Uses a Gallick Gun attack alongside Mewtwo's psychic beam to kill Silvermania.
Voiced by: "Nervous" Nick Cramer
Voiced by: "Nervous" Nick Cramer
(For information on his matchup appearance, see the Season 3 characters page.)
- The Alcoholic: Opts to go get a beer with Vegeta after killing off Silvermania.
- Ascended Extra: Later participates in Death Battle in Season 3.
- Early-Bird Cameo: It took two years for him to finally appear in a match against Vegeta's common opponent
- Enemy Mine: Is apparently sworn enemies with Vegeta, but the two team up to send Silvermania packing and then go out to get a drink together.
- Kamehame Hadoken: Uses a Psychic beam attack alongside Vegeta's Galick Gun to kill Silvermania.
- Pokémon Speak: Which is odd, since He is fully capable of human language... though Vegeta understands what he's saying.
Boomstick: "However, a particular match-up has haunted the mind of a man named Jared since he was just a boy."
- Butt-Monkey: Exists solely for Vegeta and Mewtwo to destroy.
- Joke Character/Take That!: His entire purpose on being in the show. This is Ben and Chad's (Wiz and Boomstick's) response to a 30+ minute collab he held parodying a Death Battle between Vegeta and Mewtwo...who both team up and kill him.
- Noin: "Well... how about we do that thing you're always asking about? You know... that thing that rhymes with your name?"Voiced by: Marissa Lenti
- Dropped a Bridge on Her: Gets blasted (accidentally) by the Tigerzord, killing her, this sparks the battle between Tigerzord and Epyon.
- Played by: Josh "Tomamoto" Tomar
- Ocular Gushers: Cries so hard over Tommy's death that his tube is filling up.
Dream Land Inhabitants (Waddle Dee, Waddle Doo, Bonkers, Knuckle Joe)
- Mooks: all common enemies in Kirby's games... all get turned into food and/or eaten.
Goku (Super Saiyan God)
- Creepy Doll: The Pop! Vinyl Figure
- The Cameo: Has made 3 cameos so far.
- Take That, Audience!: God Goku's cameos are basically to taunt the fanbase, as many DBZ fans are demanding a rematch against Superman since God Goku's transformation was shown AFTER the battle was completed. Later on, said rematch actually happened.
- Hero Insurance: Jarvis mentions the expenses created from the damage from the duel.
- Voiced by: Marissa Lenti
- Butt-Monkey: Pepper gets a huge amount of her stuff destroyed in the battle, including a Gundam, and The Batmobile. Granted, Tony reimburses her, but it's heavily implied by Tony that she's still going to be really mad.
- Voiced by: Brad Venable
- Badass Boast: Doubles as a Pre-Mortem One-Liner and it's made even more intimidating (and this is Otacon we're talking about here) when his face shows up in static before forcing the Paladin down.Grim: Who is this? Identify yourself!Otacon: I'm Otacon. I'm impressed, your security is pretty state-of-the-art. Not good enough though.Grim: What? How long have you been listening in?Otacon: Long enough. But right now, Ms. Grim, I've got to shut you down.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Otacon is an anime-loving dweeb who's famous for pissing himself the first time he met Snake. He's also an extremely skilled hacker and the only character on this list who killed someone in an official Death Battle. He did this by shutting down a plane made for a top-secret branch of the US Special Forces.
- Hack Your Enemy: While he may come off as a goof, he's a very skilled hacker. He hacks into the Paladin, shutting it down and causing it to crash.
- Is This Thing On?: The first thing Grim hears him say.
- Mission Control: Supplying intel and support for Snake during his battle.
- Say My Name: Screams out Snake's name before the final battle. Unlike in their home series, Snake survives.
- Would Hit a Girl: Hacks the plane Anna's on, shutting it down. It crashes, as shown on the after fight split screen.
- You're Insane!: To Snake when he tries to fool Fisher with a cardboard box. Turns out it was just Crazy Enough to Work.
- Voiced by: Whitney Rodgers
- Continue Your Mission, Dammit!: Tells Sam to extract once he's secured the data, though he refuses.
- Mission Control: Supplying guidance for Sam Fisher during his battle.
- Missing Mission Control: After Otacon hacks into the Paladin and its communication array.
- Progressively Prettier: Compared to how she looks now, at the start of the series, she looks like a homely grade-school teacher. Wiz accuses her of "aging backwards."
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here: Grim tells Fisher to extract himself once he's secured the data that they're after since Snake isn't the target of the mission. Sam refuses, and this leads to both his death and hers.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Vader effortlessly slices its head into two before it can do anything to him.
- Fed to the Beast: Doom attempted to throw Vader into its mouth to kill him. However, Vader kills it with ease instead.
- Off with His Head!: Vader easily slices its head into two, killing it.
Shenron (Shén Lóng)
- Back from the Dead: A common use of his wish-granting power. He brings back the Earth and its people for Superman after being summoned.
- Benevolent Genie: The wish he grants is exactly what the user wants, though it is subject to the limitation of his power. In this case, he brings back the entire earth and Goku along with it.
- The Voiceless: When Superman summons him, he doesn't say a word.
- Voiced by: Scott "KaiserNeko" Frerichs
- This Is Reality: Sort of, considering this is fiction. King Kai doesn't give Goku a "The Reason You Suck" Speech, if anything he is aware of his heroism and accomplishments. But he tells Goku (and hopefully the DBZ fans too) that Goku is not designed to fight someone as powerful as Superman because in the DBZ universe, Goku can get stronger. But that is irrelevant, even if Goku gains more transformations, because Superman has no limit. The DC universe doesn't follow the same restrictions that DBZ does, and so Goku will always be mortal because of it. Kai even claims that if Goku somehow was as overpowered and godlike as Superman, he would have nothing to aspire to and have no reason to fight anymore.
- Inadequate Inheritor: Judging by his reaction to reuniting with his son in Heaven, he seems to feel this way towards Dan.
World Tournament Announcer
- Voiced by: Nick Cramer
- Combat Commentator: He provides introductions and commentary for Hercule Satan and Dan Hibiki's match.
- Straw Hypocrite: When Satan was discovered to have illegal weapons, he seems to quickly forget about it or completely buys Hercule's claim that Dan was involved in an attempt to frame and disqualify him. However despite this Dan uses a jetpack and the other capsules scattered across the stage and yet neither combatant is disqualified and the match resumes.
- The Voice: He is only heard and not seen.
- Voiced by: Morgan Berry
(For information on Trish that doesn't apply to her appearance in Dante vs Bayonetta, see the DBX characters page.)
- BFS / Sinister Scythe: The Sword of Sparda can switch between these forms.
- Big Damn Heroes: Dante vs. Bayonetta's animation takes the "just for fun" factor up a notch and has her drive in on a motorcycle to help Dante. However, she eventually ends up getting dragged away from Dante's fight, and the final result is assumed to not have her as a factor.
- Identical Stranger: Trish bears a remarkable resemblance to Dante's mother. This makes any romantic subtext with him very uncomfortable to Wiz.
- Shock and Awe: Part of her bread and butter.
- Voiced by: Dawn M. Bennett
(For information on Jeanne that doesn't apply to her appearance in Dante vs Bayonetta, see the DBX characters page.)
- Big Damn Heroes: She counters Trish's surprise entrance above with her own, shooting away Trish's attacks. However, she gets caught up in fighting Trish and eventually gets dragged away from the main fight. She is also assumed to not have made an impact on the results.
- Expy: Of Dante, just like her rival. She's even got his white hair and red clothes, to boot! It's also a color scheme which Trish notes to look terrible on her.
- Friendly Rival: To Bayonetta.
- Last of Her Kind: After Bayonetta's death, Jeanne is now the last of the Umbra Witches. If Dante ever finds out about Trish...
- More Dakka: Uses four guns at once, like Bayonetta.
- Distressed Damsel: She's trapped in a burning building and falls off a ledge trying to escape. Both Flash and Quicksilver try to save her. Their rivalry starts the fight. Flash is the one who manages to save her in the end.
- Voiced by: Craig Skistimas
- Back from the Dead: Although this time not fighting.
- The Cameo: Appears at the beginning of Flash vs. Quicksilver, coordinating a rescue effort.
- He shows up again in Deadpool vs. Pinkie Pie as the two crash his fight with Batman, Deadpool walloping Cap with his shield.
The Blood Gulch Soldiers (Grif, Simmons, Sarge, Caboose)
- Accidental Misnaming: Caboose calls Wiz and Boomstick "Jizz and Broomstick".
- Audience Surrogate: Simmons represents the camp that thinks Carolina would win, while Grif represents the camp that thinks the Meta would win.
- Butt-Monkey: Poor Grif, used by Boomstick to test out weapons.
- Oh, Crap!: Sarge's reaction, along with Screw This, I'm Outta Here, when he realizes Boomstick might be his son.
- Adaptational Wimp: Comes off as much less threatening here than in Mortal Kombat. He's seen running away from Sonya, uses a simple machine gun instead of his Eye Beams, and gets unceremoniously incapacitated by Cammy and killed by Sonya before the fight.
- Arch-Enemy: To Sonya.
- The Chew Toy: In his brief appearance, his base is raided, he's captured by Cammy, killed by Sonya, then used as a projectile by her. And honestly, he has it all coming.
- Grievous Harm with a Body: Used as a body in this case.
- Plot-Triggering Death: His death at Sonya's hand triggers the fight between her and Cammy.
- Your Head Asplode: Sonya crushes his head, causing it to pop.
- Back from the Dead: Only to get killed again.
- The Chew Toy: The poor guy can't catch a break. He gets defeated by Ken before the fight started, presumably in his own dojo (what with Sakura and Blanka also being there), then he got flattened by a piece of debris when the fight was escalating.
Sonic the Hedgehog
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: By charging right through the building Scott and Ramona were in his effort to get away from Amy, he inadvertently caused Ramona's death.
- The Chew Toy: He's knocked out cold from Sonic rushing through the building, is completely out of it for most of the fight between his girlfriend Ramona and Amy Rose, and wakes up in time to see Ramona's broken and bloody body before it's crushed by an arcade machine launched by Amy. Ouch.
Rarity, Applejack, Twilight Sparkle, Fluttershy and Derpy Hooves
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Venom's encounter with them is really more of a Mook Horror Show than an actual fight, and they don't even get to get a good glimpse before being killed offscreen.
- Killed Offscreen: Venom snares them with webbing, drags them offscreen, and presumably eats them.
- Mooks: Bane's lackeys, whom Batman tends to easily dispatch. And just as easy for Venom to dispatch.
- Oh, Crap!: Have this reaction when they see a shadow and mistake it for Batman. Turns out to be somebody far worse for them and Bane.
- Red Shirt: They're both very easily dispatched by Venom.
- The Cameo: He shows up at the end of the Lucario vs. Renamon episode and is perplexed over Renamon's corpse.
- Dinosaurs Are Dragons: Guilmon is a Virus-type dinosaur-like Digimon capable of spitting powerful fireballs.
- Dumb Muscle: While Guilmon is powerful — especially for a Rookie-level Digimon — he's naive and childish. When he comes across Renamon's body, he's shown with question marks popping up over his head.
Foot Clan Ninjas
- Conservation of Ninjutsu: The five of them that attack Silver Samurai are effortlessly destroyed. Then Shredder comes in and proves to be a far tougher opponent — tough enough to kill Silver Samurai.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: A group of five attack Silver Samurai... who promptly cuts them all to pieces in a single attack.
- Mecha-Mooks: Considering that they explode on death after Silver Samurai cuts them down.
- Mook Chivalry: Averted, all five of them attack Silver Samurai at one go. Not that it does them any good.
- Mooks: The basic run-of-the-mill mooks that the Ninja Turtles face consistently, and are easily dispatched by them. And just as easily dispatched by Silver Samurai.
Chuck Norris and Segata Sanshiro
- The Cameo: The two return, still fighting two years later, stopping to see Naruto's killing strike on Ichigo fly by before resuming their fight.
- Voiced by: Kent Williams
- Awesomeness by Analysis: From observing Miguel putting an airborne beatdown on Terry, he quickly notes that Miguel has a good advantage in the air and instructs Terry to take the fight to the ground.
- The Cracker: Is a remarkably good hacker.
- The Obi-Wan: He's Terry's mentor.
- Mission Control: To Batman Beyond.
- Suddenly Voiced: This is the first episode where Wayne speaks, having been silent in his previous battles as Batman.
- Voice with an Internet Connection
- Voiced by: Alex Moore
- Benevolent A.I.: Miguel's personal AI.
- Celebrity Resemblance: Deliberate; her hologram design was based on Marilyn Monroe.
- Hack Your Enemy: Able to hack into secure computers. But when she tries this in the fight, Bruce is able to keep her at bay long enough for Terry to short her out and kill Miguel.
- Missing Mission Control: She's shorted out at the tail end of the fight thanks to Terry's electrified suit, and unable to help Miguel with the exploding Batarangs stuck on him.
- Mission Control: For Spider-Man.
- The Voice: Is only heard and not seen. Justified since she has no physical body.
Zoo animals (Two lions, a rhinoceros, and orcas)
- Curb-Stomp Battle: The Rhinoceros doesn't even manage to land a blow on T'Challa before getting thrown into the air and Shoryukened away. Both lions didn't put up much of a fight either, landing only a few non-meaningful hits — one was lucky enough to only be tranquilized by Batman, the other wasn't as lucky after getting impaled by Black Panther's claws.
- Fed to the Beast: Batman tries to get the orcas to do this to Black Panther by blowing up the walkway T'Challa is on. It doesn't work. Later on, T'Challa kicks Bruce's decapitated body into the orca enclosure, and an orca jumps out and eats it whole.
- King of Beasts: Two lions were among the zoo animals.
- Rhino Rampage: A rhinoceros charged at Black Panther after Batman blew up the rock separating its enclosure from the lions'. Unfortunately for it, Black Panther easily threw it into the air and punched it away.
- The Cameo: She shows up at the end of Raven vs. Twilight Sparkle, using a rain cloud to put out the fire on the Golden Oak Library unaware that her friend is either dead or heavily incapacitated.
- Painting the Frost on Windows: She's shown jumping on a cloud to make it rain.
- Voiced by: Unshō Ishizuka (by recycled voice clips)
- Big "NO!": He says his catchphrase when he sees Kenshiro approaching him and his grandson
- Large Ham: He's this throughout the fight with his reactions. To note, "OH NOOOO!!", "HOLY SHIT!!!", "OH MY GOOOOOOOD!!!!!!!" and lastly "SON OF A BITCH!!" when Jotaro dies.
- Dead Sidekick: He's crushed by Crash, who assumes him to be an average annoying insect. Being Spyro's sidekick and his adopted brother, Spyro does not take this well.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him: Gets squashed by Crash before the battle, prompting the fight to occur.
- Plot-Triggering Death: The entire battle between Crash and Spyro starts because Crash squashed Sparx between his hands.
- The Unintelligible: Towards Crash and the audience, at least, since Spyro's able to understand his speech. All Crash (and the audience) hear is a high-pitched buzzing. This didn't help Crash's impression on him, which results in the bandicoot crushing him between his hands.
- Beam-O-War: Engages in one with Spyro's Aether Breath. He loses, and both he and Crash are vaporized.
- Cool Mask: He is a mask possessed by the spirit of a powerful shaman.
- Ki Manipulation: He can channel Mojo into a beam of destructive energy.
- Guardian Entity: He is the borderline deific spirit of a powerful shaman and can manifest to protect Crash from dangers, but disappears after taking damage. When Spyro tries to immolate Crash with his fire-breath, Aku-Aku blocks it and buys Crash time to get away. He tries to do so again against Dark Spyro's Aether Breath, but is overwhelmed and both he and Crash are atomized.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: Aku Aku is the benevolent guardian of the Wumpa Islands and opposes his malevolent younger brother Uka Uka, who is Dr. Neo Cortex's master.
Donald & Goofy
- Both voiced by: "Nervous" Nick Cramer
- Comedic Sociopathy: After Sora splatters Pit's head, he takes a moment to stare at the corpse for a Beat...before Goofy cheerfully congratulates him.
- Those Two Guys: Sora's erstwhile companions. Due to the rules of Death Battle, they stay out of the fighting, but they're still around to cheer him on.
- The Unintelligible: Donald's one line in the episode doesn't even sound vaguely like an actual sentence.
- Bulletproof Human Shield: Well, once-human shield. Leon uses one of them to block a blast from Frank's X-Buster.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: None of them put up much of a fight against Leon and Frank, and are killed in droves. At several points, they end up accidentally killing a couple while trying and failing to hit their actual opponent.
- Improvised Platform: During the climax where Leon is trapped in Frank's icy tornado, he uses a frozen zombie as a platform to jump onto and out of the tornado and get a good shot at Frank.
- Mooks: Exist only to get killed in droves during the fight itself.
- Zerg Rush: Attack both Leon and Frank in mass numbers. Not that it does them any good.
- Zombie Apocalypse: A huge number of zombies and the reason why the area the fight takes place in has been quarantined off.
- The Cameo: She briefly appears in Doctor Strange vs. Doctor Fate while reporting on a scene in front of the Statue of Liberty, only for her broadcast to be interrupted by the titular sorcerers' fight.
- Voiced by: Lindsay Jones
- The Cameo: Explicitly identified as such, given that she doesn't directly intervene with Amuro's fight against Optimus.
- Locked Out of the Fight: She's unable to send backup to help Amuro during the fight. Which is a shame, because he definitely needed it.
- I Warned You: She tells Amuro to return to White Base, warning him that if he gets into trouble while exploring the ship that Optimus was riding in, they wouldn't be able to send reinforcements. When the fight inevitably breaks out, all Sayla can say is "I told you!"
- Voice with an Internet Connection: Provides comms support for Amuro from White Base.
- Badass Army: Despite being fewer in number than the Ultron Drones, they still put up an impressive showing and aside from Vile and Volt Kraken (both of whom were killed by Ultron himself), they're all still alive by the fight's end.
- I Fight for the Strongest Side!: Whether by infection from his AI or simply knowing better than to mess with the guy who defeated Sigma, they don't have any issues joining up with Ultron's army after his victory.
- Voiced by: Steven Kelly
- Amphibian Assault: A heroic variant, since Jiraiya summons him to attack and distract Roshi.
- Amphibian at Large: Gamabunta is a mountain-sized toad.
- Assist Character: For Jiraiya. Roshi chides him for being cowardly enough to let others fight for him.
- Defiant to the End: Screams "SCREW YOU, YOU PERVERT!" as Roshi seals him inside of a rice cooker.
- Grumpy Old Man: A non-human variant, as noted by Boomstick. He's none too happy with being summoned as a distraction by Jiraiya- or with being thrown into the sky and imprisoned in a rice cooker.
- Guttural Growler: Gamabunta's voice is as deep and gravelly as you'd expect from a toad as large as that.
- Kaiju: He's an absolutely massive ninja toad.
- Making a Splash: He knows the Water Style: Liquid Bullet jutsu, which allows him to shoot giant water blasts from his mouth.
- Sealed Badass in a Can: Falls victim to Roshi's Evil Containment Wave and ends up stuck inside of a rice cooker.
- Continuity Nod: Introduces himself as the slayer of Deathstrokes and befriender of ponies.
- Cool Chair: Gets to sit in one alongside Death at the end of the fight.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Gets the final hit on Thanos simply by shooting him.
- Spontaneous Human Combustion: With just a swing of the Infinity Gauntlet, Thanos blows up Deadpool in a shower of confetti before the fight even begins.
Spectators (Consisting of Super Mario Bros. and Kirby characters)
- Your Head A-Splode: After Wario-Man and Masked Dedede lose their disguise, a Goomba and a Waddle Dee get a literal mind-blowing revelation when they see that the combatants were in fact Wario and King Dedede.
Weiss' Summons (Queen Lancer, Arma Gigas)
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: Queen Lancer is a gigantic hornet.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: None of the two manage to land a single hit on Mitsuru, and both of them are easily dispatched by Mitsuru's Persona Artemisia.
- Heroic Sacrifice: The Arma Gigas jumps in front of Artemsia's icicle storm attack aimed at Weiss, ending it.
- No Body Left Behind: Thanks to being made of Aura, they both dissipate upon death.
- Quantity Versus Quality: Compared to Mitsuru's Artemisia, they are the former. Weiss can summon various types of foes that she has defeated, but they all pale in comparison to Artemisia. Indeed, said summons are curbstomped by Artemisia in the battle itself.
- Summon Magic: Entities summoned by Weiss to fight for her.
- Taking the Bullet: The Arma Gigas takes an ice shard attack from Artemisia to defend Weiss, defeating it.
- Voiced by: Noel Wiggins
- Butt-Monkey: His cabbage cart always gets wrecked in some way.
- Catchphrase: "My cabbages!" Sure enough, he utters it here too, when the cart full of his produce is destroyed.
- Mythology Gag: His entire existence in this fight is one to a particular Running Gag in Avatar: The Last Airbender. Specifically, during the fight between Aang and Edward Elric, similarly to the multitude of times it happened in the show, his cabbage cart is destroyed, eliciting his famous response:Cabbage Merchant: Nooo! My cabbages!
- Assist Character: A swarm of them harass Ganondorf early on in the fight to give Dracula an opening.
- Mook Horror Show: They barely do any significant damage to Ganondorf who in turn manages to wipe them out with minor difficulty with one suffering Eye Scream before dying.
- The Cameo: Mechagodzilla makes an appearance in Ganondorf vs. Dracula as an Easter Egg since it's appearance in its own battle.
- The Cameo: In All Might vs. Might Guy, A chibi version of Dracula's monster form appears next to All Might while he makes the One-Punch Man 'OK' face, following the trend of 3D fights having cameos from the previous 3D fight.
Previous Combatants (Pinkie Pie, Link, Cloud Strife, Rogue, Wonder Woman, Superman, Yang Xiao Long, Tifa Lockheart, Toph Beifong)
- Back for the Dead: Through the Continuity Gem, Deadpool causes this to happen to Link (via getting sliced to pieces by Cloud), Rogue (gets punched through the face by Wonder Woman), Superman (getting vaporised by an offscreen Super Saiyan Blue Goku's Kamehameha instead of No-Selling it), Yang (getting her neck snapped by Tifa — which is an inversion of the actual killing blow), and Toph — who we don't see die onscreen.
- The Cameo: All of them make a minor cameo in Deadpool VS Mask during the fight to demonstrate the Continuity Gem's effects except for Pinkie, who appears during the Mask's analysis.
- No Fourth Wall: Pinkie points this out in the Mask's analysis before getting punched offscreen by Boomstick.
Jizz and Broomstick
- Alternate Self: These two are alternate versions of Wiz and Boomstick respectively that have personalities similar to their original counterparts respective Co-Hosts.
- Call-Back: Their names serve as one to Meta VS Carolina where Caboose flubbed Wiz and Boomstick's names when introducing them to Grif and Simmons.
- Motor Mouth: Jizz talks like this at times.
- Jizz: Oh, shite, don'tcha know. Let's figure out who would ought wins a Fatality Kerfuffle.
- Oireland: Jizz talks in a very dense, fast Irish accent. According to Ben Singer, he was initially supposed to be Minnesotan, but Ben couldn't do the accent, so he's from Ireland now instead.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Not only is Broomstick on a similar level of intelligence to Wiz, but he talks even more complexly than him.
- Broomstick:(To Jizz) Ha-ha, yes. I'm mad as hops! Let's begin, my fellow ultracrepidarian!
- Sleeves Are for Wimps: Broomstick's white lab coat doesn't have sleeves.
- Smart People Speak the Queen's English: Broomstick talks like this, but with vague traces of Boomstick's Deep South accent below it.
- True Companions: Both of them don't show any disdain to the other and seem equally excited to run their Fatality Kerfuffle implying that they are this compared to Wiz and Boomstick being Vitriolic Best Buds at best.
Tarkatan Audience and Fighter
- Me's a Crowd: All the Tarkatans watching as well as the one that lost to Black Canary all use Baraka's sprite due to there being no other sprites of Tarkatans.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: The Tarkatan that had fought Black Canary before Sindel got beaten easily as Canary didn't show damage afterwards.
- Mass "Oh, Crap!": The audience has this when Black Canary's Canary Cry launched Sindel into a wall they were on.
- Adaptational Muscles: Shao Kahn is a lot bigger in this fight than in his own match against M. Bison, mainly because he's unique sprites instead of Recycled Animation.
- The Announcer: He serves as this to give Canary and his wife Sindel the all clear to fight
- Guttural Growler: Judging by his one line, "FIGHT!"
- Curb-Stomp Battle: None of the Ice Cavalry are able to harm Gray or his Ice Clones which dispatch them with ease.
- Golem: The Ice Cavalry are centaurs constructed from ice courtesy of Esdeath.
- Quantity vs. Quality: The Quantity to Gray's Ice Clones' Quality, while a whole platoon of them outnumbered Gray's 4 Ice Clones, they were easily dealt with.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: None of the Ice Cavalry are able to harm Gray or his Ice Clones which dispatch them with ease.
- Golem: Overlapping with Me's a Crowd, they are near identical copies of Gray made of ice.
- Quantity vs. Quality: The Quality to the Ice Cavalry's Quantity, while a whole platoon of them outnumbered Gray's 4 Ice Clones, they were easily dealt with.
Dragonzord and All Might
- The Cameo: The Dragonzord and All Might make cameos in Goro Vs Machamp as easter eggs, more specifically their heads do.
- Cute Machines: Very cute astromech droid.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: R4 didn't last five seconds before Kakashi's Earth Wall destroyed Obi-Wan's starfighter, and subsequently her.
- Fighting Down Memory Lane: Vader himself doesn't make an appearance, but Kakashi's Genjustu has Obi-Wan confront an illusion of him, making him relive his deepest trauma. Fortunately for Obi-Wan, he's disciplined enough to snap out of it.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His lightsaber reflects off his eye lenses.
- Killed Mid-Sentence: The two who attempted to address Beerus don't even manage to finish saying "Welcome" before he blows up the planet they're on.
- Mind Control: The two who attempted to address Sailor Galaxia get their starseeds removed by her, then forced to kneel for her.
- What the Hell Is That Accent?: Their accents are... hard to define.
- Voiced by: Noel Wiggins
- Butt-Monkey: His cabbage cart always gets wrecked in some way. This time it's from a chunk of ice sent flying from Todoroki's ice attack.
- Catchphrase: "My cabbages!" Sure enough, he utters it here too, when the cart full of his produce is destroyed.
- Running Gag: Appears in yet another fight containing a Avatar: The Last Airbender-series combatant, and sure enough, his cabbage cart gets wrecked again — this time, by a chunk of ice sent flying from Todoroki's Heaven Piercing Ice Wall.
- The Comically Serious: As a "commentator", Black Noir is just there to keep the hosts in line so they don't badmouth Vought. Despite his intimidating nature, he sips a straw as he glares at Boomstick when he almost lets it slip that the Seven have killed before, and nods in agreement when Boomstick states the Deep sucks.
- Psycho Knife Nut: Is very skilled in knife combat, and is the ominous enforcer of a corrupt Mega-Corp.
- Slave to PR: As the Vought is a corporation that needs to ensure it keeps the public's trust in its heroes, Black Noir is put in the commentator's booth to ensure that Wiz and Boomstick only give The Seven good publicity (minus The Deep). With violence if necessary.
- Stealth Hi/Bye: Disappears after the battle.
- The Unfought: In order to keep an eye on Wiz and Boomstick to make sure they tow the company line, Noir opts out of the battle to instead function as a guest commentator.
- The Voiceless: Does not speak a word the whole time.
- Voiced by: Linsay Rousseau
- Impending Clash Shot: The simulation ends with her and Homelander getting ready to fight each other.
- Post-Climax Confrontation: She attacks Homelander shortly after he kills Billy Butcher.
- Shock and Awe: Her primary powerset.
- Voiced by: Kerem Erdinc
- Badass Baritone: As we can tell when he's speaking to Jason on the telecommunicator.
- Disappointed in You: The fight manages to convey this without Bruce ever knowing about the circumstances; before Jason takes his Venom shot, he mutters "Sorry, Bruce", indicating that he knows his mentor wouldn't approve of his using it.
- Entertainingly Wrong: He thinks Jason was responsible for killing eight members of the League of Assassins earlier that night. He doesn't believe Jason's claims of innocence, since the weapon used matches the description of a gun in Jason's arsenal, but the Winter Soldier is implied to be responsible instead. Too bad Bruce won't be able to learn this, now that Bucky's killed Jason and skedaddled.
- The Voice: He never appears on-screen. We only hear his voice.
- Voiced by: Kerem Erdinc
- Crowbar Combatant: The Joker killed Jason Todd with a crowbar. When Bucky uses one against Red Hood, Jason actually hallucinates the Joker's voice.
- Hero's Evil Predecessor: Technically, the Anti-Hero's Evil Predecessor. He was the Red Hood before Jason.
- I Shall Taunt You: When Bucky attacks Jason with a crowbar, he hears Joker doing this.
- Post-Climax Confrontation: Blake Belladona proceeds to attack the Titan shortly after killing Mikasa Ackerman.
- Hulking Out: When Steven enters his taller and more muscular Pink form, they go through a similar physical change.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: One of them ends up being impaled on a warnicorn's horn.
- Plant Person: They're humanoid sentient watermelons.
- Plant Mooks: They act as Steven's answer to Star's magical summons.
- Symbolic Blood: They're completely splattered after Star's final attack that destroys everything within Steven's barrier, with the watermelon pulp and juice looking like blood and gore all over. Also, a Warnicorn gets watermelon juice on its horn upon impaling a watermelon Steven.
- Horn Attack: As you'd expect from unicorns. One of them manages to impale a watermelon Steven in this manner.
- Unicorn: They're muscular unicorns with a tendency to stampede.
Spider With a Top Hat
- Voiced by: Liam Swan
- Battle Cry: Parodied, he screams "WAR CRYYYY!"
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: He's a spider. He's wearing a top hat.
- Gatling Good: His top hat doubles as a rotary laser cannon.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: He encourages Star into her Heroic Second Wind by shouting "NEVER SURRENDER!", but when she unlocks her Mega-Explosive Crystal Laser, she kills him by accident, along with her warnicorns.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: He's said to be Star's most powerful magical summon, despite being rather small.
The Iron Legion
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Batman scraps any suits that attack him while the Legion couldn't inflict so much as a scratch on the Hellbat suit.
- Friendly Fire: One suit is dispatched this way by Batman.
- Grievous Harm with a Body: Two suits get scrapped by Batman this way.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Upon landing on a samurai statue that Eobard Thawne was moving.
- Voiced by: Barbara Dunkelman
- Affectionate Nickname: She calls her son "Boomy" when she sees him.
- Good Parents: Unlike Boomstick's father (who may or may not be Sarge), Mama Boomstick genuinely is supportive of her son and approves of his friendship with Wiz and Ringmaster.
- Like Father, Like Son: You can certainly tell from her small appearance in person that a lot of Boomstick's traits come from her, such as their penchant for shotguns and their hatred of squirrels.
- Voiced by: Noel Wiggins
- Butt-Monkey: Just like his last two appearances, the Merchant just can't catch a break when it comes to his cabbages, though this time he lampshades his suffering.Cabbage Merchant: My cabbages! I'll never be safe!
- Catchphrase: "My cabbages!" And once more, he utters it here, when the cart full of his produce is carried off by a hurricane made by Storm.
- Posthumous Character: Implied due to the fact that the Merchant is in the Spirit World during the fight.
- Running Gag: Appears in yet another fight containing a Avatar: The Last Airbender-series combatant, and sure enough, his cabbage cart gets wrecked again — this time, by a hurricane made by Storm.
- Break the Cutie: Had to watch her brother get beaten to death. Whatever she's feeling when she denies Jonathan her hand, it's not good.
- Demon of Human Origin: She was turned into a demon by Muzan Kibutsuji, and wears a bamboo gag to keep her from giving in to her Horror Hunger for human flesh.
- Mistaken Identity: Jonathan mistakes her for one of Dio's minions to lethal results.
- Dead Guy on Display: Homelander left her charred skeletal corpse in view of Nolan in order to try to intimidate the Viltrumite into leaving America. It fails and instead causes Nolan to attack.
- Kill It with Fire: Homelander kills her with his heat vision offscreen, reducing her to a charred corpse.
- Morality Pet: Despite being a villain, Omni-Man genuinely cared about his wife, so he is furious when Homelander kills her solely in an attempt to intimidate him.
- Plot-Triggering Death: Her murder by Homelander's hands is the main cause of the fight even happening.
- Targeted to Hurt the Hero: Omni-Man is a hero in name only, but she was still killed by Homelander in order to get under his skin, which worked a little too well.
- Voiced by: Christian Young
- Narrator: Describes the fight between Hercules and Sun Wukong.
- The Voice: They're only heard and never seen at all thanks to being the narrator of the story.
- Voiced by: Caitlyn Elizabeth
- A Mother to Her Men: As Wiz explains, Lotus cares very deeply for the Tenno, treating them much like her own children despite their status as Child Soldiers, and is very quick to assist them wherever she can. She even steps in to help Excalibur as he's on the brink of death in the climax of the fight.
- Mission Control: She serves as this for Excalibur, and to the Tenno in general, advising him throughout the fight, and surges his power systems in order to help him win against Raiden in the climax.
- Not So Stoic: While Lotus is pretty calm through most of the fight, like Raiden with Boomstick, she gets irritated by Wiz's interference in the fight.
- Mission Control: Serves as this for Raiden with the ninja talking to him a few times in the fight, and also deactivating his pain inhibitors to bring out Raiden's Ripper Mode.
- The Voiceless: Despite assisting Raiden throughout the fight with Raiden talking to him, we don't hear his voice throughout the fight.
- Voiced by: Liam Swan
- Lame Pun Reaction: He gets annoyed by Bond's Bond One-Liner and tells him to grow up.
- Mission Control: He assigns James Bond his mission to apprehend John Wick and checks on him after the fight is over.
- The Voice: He is only heard on Bond's communicator.
GT Goku, Pan and Oolong
- Assist Character: Xeno Trunks summons them to assist him in his fight with Silver, though they get dealt with shortly after.
- Combination Attack: Goku and Pan both fire a Kamehameha in tandem with Trunks firing his Galick Gun, only for Silver to take them out with the attacks before using all three attacks to destroy Trunks' Brave Sword.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Both Goku and Pan are taken out this way when Silver uses his psychokinesis to redirect their own Kamehamehas back at them.
- The Load: Oolong does nothing but uselessly float in space after he's summoned.
- Oh, Crap!: Goku and Pan have panicked looks in their eyes before they get hit by their own Kamehamehas.
- Art Attacker: Almost immediately after being drawn into existence, he brutally tears into Wiz.
- Art Initiates Life: Boomstick creates him using the Magic Pencil.
- Psycho Electric Eel: Aquaman summons them to electrify SpongeBob and then tear him apart with their teeth. However, thanks to his Healing Factor and ability to asexually reproduce, this only results in a dozen copies.
Aquamen of the Multiverse*
- Always Someone Better: Superfriends Aquaman laments that these Aquamen are superior to him.
- The Cameo: They only show up for a second each.
- Small Role, Big Impact: They only appear briefly, but they rattle Aquaman badly. He then steals a Trident of Neptune from one of them.
- Adaptational Heroism: Normally an antagonist, he appears here as SpongeBob's loyal summoned minions.
- Art Attacker: A byproduct of this trope, SpongeBob draws them into existence so they can tackle Aquaman.
- Art Initiates Life: SpongeBob creates them by drawing on thin ai— er, water.
- Mock Cousteau: One of the most iconic examples of this trope despite being a largely audio-only example. He possesses the French accent of Jacques Cousteau, as befitting a narrator of undersea life.
- Narrator: He main role is to provide narration, often in the form of time cards, or in this battle's case, a location card.
- The Voice: He's often heard but very rarely seen in the show proper, and only is heard here.
- Voiced by: Jenn K. Tidwell
- Spirit Advisor: She shouts encouragement to her son Jason.
- The Voice: She is a voice only Jason can hear.
- Voiced by: Yssa Badiola
- Slashed Throat: Michael Myers kills her this way.
- Voiced by: Noel Wiggins
- Death By Sigh Of Relief: He briefly manages to hide while Michael and Jason are too busy trying to kill each other. Unfortunately for him, Jason wasn't too busy to kill him just as he let out a sigh of relief.
- Final Boy: He's the last surviving member of his group of friends, but is killed towards the end of the battle.
- Impromptu Tracheotomy: Ends up meeting this end as Jason's machete is sent through the back of his neck and out the throat.
- Made of Iron: To his credit, he shrugs off an axe to the shoulder from Michael and a brutal manhandling from Jason. He only goes down when he gets stabbed in the throat.
- Take a Moment to Catch Your Death: Thinks he's safe after escaping the killers and rests on a gravestone to recuperate. Then Jason stabs his machete right through the gravestone and his neck.
- The Bus Came Back/The Cameo: Hercule returns after his "fight" with Dan Hibiki 7 years ago (but in the continuity of the episode, Hercule Vs Dan took place only one year prior to Deku Vs Asta) to serve as the opponent for the finals of the 26th World Martial Arts Tournament... and promptly legs it when he realises that Asta will splatter him if he fights Hercule.
- Oh, Crap!: After watching Asta fatally defeat Deku in his match, Hercule is, fairly reasonably, horrified upon realizing he has to fight him next as decides to makes a run for it.
- The Bus Came Back: Shenron returns after his summoning by Superman in Season 2 to grant Boomstick's wish for Gogeta and Vegito to fight.
- Fusion Dance: After the fight between Gogeta and Vegito, Shenron grants Boomstick's second wish to fuse him and Wiz together.
- Small Role, Big Impact: It's thanks to the Eternal Dragon that Gogeta Vs Vegito even happens.
Son Goku and Prince Vegeta IV
- Goku is voiced by: Michael KovachsVegeta is voiced by: Nick "Lanipator" Landis
- Back from the Dead: Goku and Vegeta return from their last respective defeats to fuse into Gogeta and a second pair of them do the same for Vegito. And it's Back for the Dead for the pair that fused into Gogeta.
- Big "SHUT UP!": The Goku that fused into Gogeta gets this from both Vegetas when he notices the height difference between themselves.
- Fusion Dance: Both Gokus and Vegetas use their respective methods to fuse into Gogeta and Vegito.