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Trish vs. Jeanne
- Voiced by: Morgan Berry
- 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.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: In the companion video showing their offscreen duel, Trish is cut in half by a Witch Time'd Sparda.
- 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.
- Not Enough to Bury: After being bisected vertically by her own weapon, Jeanne shoots the two halves of her out of mid-air using All 4 One - which completely gibs what's left of her.
- Voiced by: Dawn M. Bennett
- All for Nothing: She drags Trish away from the fight between Dante and Bayonetta, but her victory doesn't do Bayonetta any good.
- 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.
- Deadly Dodging: She does Trish in by getting her sliced in half by Sparda when in mid-flight.
- 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: Wields four handgun-like firearms named "All 4 One" at once, like Bayonetta - one on each arm and leg.
- Pre-Mortem One-Liner: Straddling the line between this and Bond One-Liner, Trish gets killed in the middle of Jeane quipping-Jeanne: For a "demon hunter"... (slices Trish in half using Sparda) ...you're a waste.
- Pyrrhic Victory: With Trish vs. Jeanne leading directly off of Dante vs. Bayonetta. Jeanne succeeds in taking out Trish, but in the meantime, Dante has killed Bayonetta.
- Time Stands Still: Witch Time is basically the trademark of the Umbra Witches. Jeanne lands the killing blow while Trish is slowed.
Master Chief vs. Jango Fett
- Ace Pilot: Trained to fly any UNSC space and air vehicle.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: One of the highest ranking Spartans, and one of their best.
- Combat Pragmatist: Is able to win this way, by blocking Jango's lightsaber with his Armor Lock, sticking a Plasma Grenade onto his head whilst he's still reeling, and then kicking him away before it detonates.
- Deflector Shields: His Armor Lock. It's one of the key factors in his victory.
- Dual Wielding: Wields two Energy Blades against Fett's Lightsaber, and attempts to use dual pistols against Fett early on, but gets them shot out of his hands by the Bounty Hunter.
- Faster Than They Look: Master Chief is shown to be amazingly agile in the fight, especially considering his MJOLNIR Armor weighs about 1000lbs (500kg) revenge on its own.
- Guns Akimbo: Can use two pistols with deadly efficiency, but has them shot out of his hands by Jango.
- Impact Silhouette: Leaves a pretty impressive one after Jango stomps him out of mid-air and into a metal gantry with his Jetpack.
- Laser Blade: Chief counters Jango's Lightsaber with two energy blades, but has one of them knocked out of his hand in the fight, leaving him more vulnerable. He's able to turn the fight around by deflecting Jango's deathblow with his Armor Lock, however.
- One-Hit Kill: On the giving end of one thanks to a well-placed Plasma Grenade. He had been at a disadvantage throughout the fight before this.
- Powered Armour: His MJOLNIR Armour, which allows him to effectively tank almost anything.
- Sticky Bomb: Much like in his fight against the Doom Marine in the main series, a well-placed Plasma Grenade is what directly leads to his victory. In this case, Chief sticks on onto Jango's head whilst he's stunned to blow him up.
- Super Soldier: One of the best in fiction.
- Blasting It Out of Their Hands: Jango does this at least twice in the fight, shooting Master Chief's firearms out of his hands with his Blasters.
- Cool Helmet: A helmet made of Mandalorian Iron, meaning it can take almost anything. It's also the one his son wears later in life. So tough in fact, that it's the only thing left of him after Master Chief blows him up with a Plasma Grenade.
- Disney Villain Death: Sort of. Although Fett himself gets blown up completely by Chief's Plasma Grenade, his damaged helmet is seen falling down into the air shaft where the fight takes place.
- Guns Akimbo: With Blasters.
- I Surrender, Suckers: After being caught by Master Chief in the intro trying to steal data, he puts his hands up and feigns surrender. Then when Chief moves in closer, Fett drops off the gantry and activates his jetpack to ambush him- shooting his rifle out of his hand.
- Jet Pack: Good for flying around, if only for about a minute. Jango does make great use of it throughout however, using it to pull an effective "I Surrender, Suckers" attack on Chief when he's initially caught, and stomping him from above with it hard enough to pancake him into the metal gantry.
- It gets destroyed towards the end of the fight, after Fett crashes Chief into a nearby building with it.
- Laser Blade: Wields a red Lightsaber when fighting up-close with Master Chief, who likewise responds with a pair of Energy Blades.
Ronald McDonald vs. Colonel Sanders
- Cruel and Unusual Death: On the receiving end. After being tricked by Colonel Sanders' cardboard cut-out decoy, he gets stabbed by the Colonel's cane and slammed into a lake of boiling hot oil, which gruesomely melts his flesh as he thrashes around in silent agony, before his skeletal hand is seen sinking under.
- Dance Battler: Uses breakdancing moves to fight with early on.
- Fighting Clown: A literal example.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: He kicks Sanders in half when he warps the fight into McDonaldland, but it turns out to be a cardboard cut-out of the Colonel, allowing the real one to counterattack and defeat him.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: He warps the fight to McDonaldland to attain an advantage, but ends up getting forced into the boiling hot French-Fry oil lake he'd been trying to knock Sanders into.
- Lost Food Grievance: Fights Colonel Sanders after the rival mascot kicks his McNuggets out of his hands.
- Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Amongst other things, he uses giant French Fries, plastic balls, slides and dance moves as part of his attacks.
- Nightmare Face: Ronald can be seen with several gruesome ones as he's being burned alive in his own boiling French-Fry oil lake— sinking under the surface and looking more hideously melted each time he surfaces until eventually he's reduced to just bones.
- Non-Ironic Clown: He's a child-friendly fast food mascot.
- Stripped to the Bone: Sanders sends him falling into a lake of boiling French-Fry oil, which melts his skin off.
- Adaptational Badass: The real Colonel Sanders was 90 at the time of his death- but that doesn't slow him down one bit, here. He even proved to be tough enough to outright win against Ronald.
- Back from the Dead: Angered at McDonalds' success, he rises from his Southern-Fried grave to try and kill Ronald out of envy.
- Badass in a Nice Suit: Wears his classic white suit and black string-tie into battle.
- Cane Fu: Uses his trademark black cane to fight with, wielding it like a rapier.
- Colonel Badass: Although it's technically an honorary ranking, Sanders certainly fits the bill. It becomes especially apparent when he defeats Ronald in a battle to the death.
- Combat Pragmatist: Colonel Sanders makes use of a KFC bucket to block Ronald's view as he starts his attack, and later on uses a cardboard cut-out of himself to trick Ronald into thinking he's killed him before countering with a death strike of his own.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: On the giving end. He impales Ronald on his cane, before knocking him from a great height into a lake of boiling oil that melts his skin off.
- Decoy Getaway: When Ronald McDonald warps him into McDonaldland and sends him falling toward a boiling hot lake of French-Fry oil, he uses a cardboard cut-out of himself to dodge Ronald's deathblow and counter with his own fatal strike.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Or at least, a cardboard cut-out of him. The resulting fake-out allows him to win.
- In the Hood: Sanders can be seen wearing a hood that obscures his face as he rises from his grave, but he takes it off as he enters the McDonalds to take his revenge on Ronald.
Amy Rose vs. King Dedede
- Action Girl: Has no problem throwing down with the hulking King Dedede.
- A Tragedy of Impulsiveness: Due to her pink-and-red colour scheme and his very dodgy eyesight, King Dedede mistakes her for Kirby when she wanders into his arena. This gets her killed.
- David vs. Goliath: The David, being the smaller and faster combatant against the much larger and stronger Dedede. Unlike in the Bible however, David loses.
- Drop the Hammer: Her trademark Piko Piko Mallet.
- Glass Cannon: Although she's fast and can deal out a surprising amount of damage with her giant mallet, she's not the most durable opponent around. This is demonstrated during her bout of "Gordo-meets-Face" time at the end.
- Just Eat Him: How Kirby disposes of her corpse. This allows him to copy her powers and send Dedede flying with a Piko Piko Mallet (And matching hairdo) of his own.
- No Body Left Behind: Kirby comes along and eats her corpse after Masked Dedede kills her.
- Oh, Crap!: She has this reaction when she sees Dedede reaching for his Masked Dedede tools.Amy: Oh no!
- Super Speed: As is common with most Sonic characters, she's very fast. She's also a natural acrobat, which she effectively uses to dodge Dedede's hammer blows and disarm him initially.
- Rolling Attack: Interestingly, she's seen making use of the Spin Dash to dodge Dedede's swings and attack him- which she doesn't use very often outside of the Sonic Advance franchise.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: Is the self-proclaimed one of Sonic the Hedgehog.
- Wrecked Weapon: Dedede knocks her Piko Piko Hammer away with the Super Dedede Jump when she unsuccessfully tries to stop him from turning into Masked Dedede.
- Your Head Asplode: This is how she dies. After Masked Dedede stuns her against the ropes, he bats a spiked Gordo at her with his rocket hammer, which collides with and completely obliterates her head.
- Authority in Name Only: Only says he's the King of Dream Land, but he doesn't have much interest in ruling.
- Acrofatic: Dedede might look big and slow, but he can fly, jump incredible heights and move surprisingly quickly when he wants to.
- The Bad Guy Wins
- Blind Mistake: When Dedede enters the ring, his vision is blurry enough to mistake Amy's pink-and-red colour scheme for that of Kirby. Amy dies for this mistake.
- Blow You Away: Spins fast enough to form tornadoes around himself with his jet-propelled spin attacks.
- David vs. Goliath: The Goliath, being huge and powerful compared to the much smaller and quicker Amy. Unlike in the Bible though, Goliath wins this time around.
- Circling Birdies: Literally sees stars when Amy clocks him on the head with her mallet.
- Drop the Hammer: His Weapon of Choice.
- Evil Laugh: Performs a lengthy one when he enters the arena, and again when he wins.
- Let's Get Dangerous!: Although Amy is able to use her speed and agility to keep Dedede at bay to begin with, once he gains access to his Masked Dedede form, he quickly turns the tables.
- Mask of Power: Masked Dedede.
- Mighty Glacier: Although he's incredibly strong and has a great defence, he's far from the fastest guy around. Not that he needed to be to defeat Amy, though.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Inflicts one on Amy when he turns into Masked Dedede.
- Pyrrhic Victory: Dedede wins his DBX fight... but Kirby eats Amy's corpse and uses her Pico Pico Hammer to KO him.
- Rocket-Powered Weapon: His brand-new Dedede Hammer, which he gains about halfway through the fight.
- Shockwave Stomp: The Super Dedede Jump. King Dedede uses it to knock Amy's Piko Piko Mallet out of her hands when she tries to stop him becoming Masked Dedede.
- Spanner in the Works: Bandanna Waddle Dee and Waddle Doo. When they see their King in trouble after Amy disarms and stuns him, they panic and throw him his Masked Dedede equipment, which allows Dedede to turn the fight around in his favour.
- Would Hit a Girl: Dedede mistakes Amy for Kirby due to his blurry eyesight granted, but he still has no problem with fighting her. And for that matter, outright killing her- making him one of the only male ScrewAttack series combatants to defeat a female one.
- Wrecked Weapon: He loses his regular Hammer after Amy knocks it out of his hands. However, he's saved when Waddle Doo and Bandanna Dee toss him his Masked Dedede equipment from the crowd to replace it.
- Your Head Asplode: Inflicts a creative means of this upon Amy by launching a Gordo at her with his rocket-propelled hammer at high speed, which smashes into and completely gibs her head.
Saitama vs. Kenshiro
- One-Hit Kill: He's strong enough to kill almost anything in a single punch, even when holding back.
- Pyrrhic Victory: On both ends. While he beat Kenshiro by knocking him into space, Kenshiro's pressure points kill him anyway by making his head explode.
- Your Head Asplode: Even though he knocked Kenshiro off the planet, Kenshiro still manages to win by delayed reaction.
- Artificial Limbs: Unfortunately for Genos, Kenshiro makes them explode with his Hokuto Hyakuretsu Ken technique. Because they somehow affect robots.
- Jet Pack: Built into his back.
- Off-Model: He doesn't have his trademark seven scars.
- Pyrrhic Victory: On both ends. Saitama knocked him into space, but Kenshiro still made his head explode thanks to delayed reaction.
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: His signature Hokuto Hyakuretsu Ken technique, wherein he rapidly punches or jabs his opponent's pressure points, causing their heads to explode after a delayed reaction.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Normally he only busts out of his clothes as the fight goes on or he's enraged but here, he starts off shirtless.
Sakura Haruno vs. Rin Tohsaka
- Combat Medic: She specializes in medical ninjutsu, while using the chakra control necessary for that to greatly augment her strength.
- Enhanced Punch: Her Chakra-Enchanced Punch causes an aura of blue chakra to form around her fist.
- Highly Visible Ninja: She's a kunoichi who dresses in bright red and white.
- Marked Change: Releasing the Strength of a Hundred Seal on her forehead causes black markings to appear on her body.
- Ninja Log: Uses the Substitution Jutsu to escape being crushed into the ground by Rin, leaving a log in her place.
- Supernatural Martial Arts: Sakura's taijutsu and ninjutsu rely upon her use of a mystical energy called chakra, which she can use to amplify her strength to monstrous levels.
- Super Strength: By channelling chakra into her muscles she can augment her strength enough to shatter solid rock. With her Strength of a Hundred Seal released, she becomes even stronger.
- Hand Blast: Her favorite offensive spell is Gandr, a Finnish curse that manifests as a red and black energy ball she shoots from her fingers.
- Gemstone Assault: Most of her magic relies on gems that have been infused with prana.
- Marked Change: Her Magic Circuit manifests as glowing green Tron Lines on her arms and legs.
- Never Found the Body: Since Rin got sent flying away by Sakura instead of outright dying on-screen, it's not clear whether or not she survived.
- Super Strength: Using her Magic Circuits to channel prana into her muscles, she can greatly augment her strength. It's enough to let her keep up with Sakura until the kunoichi uses her Strength of a Hundred Seal.
- Twinkle In The Sky: Rin is defeated this way by Sakura, who uses her Strength of a Hundred Seal to hit her hard enough to launch her through the ceiling and into the sky. Unusually for a DBX episode, it's not made immediately clear whether or not Rin died as a result of it.
Trunks vs. Silver the Hedgehog
Ryu vs. Lucario
- Not So Above It All: The guy apparently plays . The entire video is punctuated with him catching a Lucario.
- Ludicrous Gibs: Gets turned into this from Ryu's Shoryuken.
Sasuke vs. Hiei
- Absolute Cleavage: His sprites were taken from early in Part II, where he wore an open white shirt that exposed his chest and abdomen.
- Cuteness Proximity: He becomes smitten with a Hello Kitty doll, which is what provokes the fight between him and Hiei.
- Katanas Are Just Better: He wields a chokutō sword, which he uses to clash with Hiei's katana.
- Magical Eye: He uses his Sharingan to regain the advantage when Hiei breaks out the Super Speed.
- Playing with Fire: He can use Fire Release ninjutsu to breathe and otherwise conjure flames.
- Shock and Awe: He can use Lightning Release ninjutsu to conjure electricity, including his signature Chidori.
Bruce Lee vs. The World
- Fountain of Expies: Which he doesn't seem to appreciate.
- Palette Swap: Oddly enough, he uses Fei Long's default black pants, while the actual Fei Long is dressed in red.
- One-Man Army: Takes on 5 superhuman imitators without breaking a sweat.
- Disney Villain Death: Gets knocked down some cliffs into Rock Lee.
- Ludicrous Gibs: He gets splatted by Bruce.
- Friend or Foe: Taken out by Rock Lee's Primary Lotus.
- Fragile Speedster: Fast enough for Bruce to lose track of him and get a few decent hits in, but one punch to the head puts him down for good. Then again, it was Bruce Lee who was throwing it.
Spider-Man vs. Mikasa Ackerman
- All Webbed Up: He uses a pair of wrist-mounted "web-shooters" that fire synthetic webbing, enabling him to snare opponents and Building Swing.
- Spider-Sense: He has a form of limited precognition that lets him sense oncoming threats.
- Stock Superpowers: He has superhuman strength, durability, reflexes, and agility; the ability to stick to objects using any part of his body, and limited precognitive.
- You Fight Like a Cow: He taunts Mikasa throughout the fight. Insulting her mother gets him killed.
- Conveniently an Orphan: Mikasa's mother and father were murdered in front of her by child traffickers, and her foster mother was eaten by a Titan in front of her. Insulting them was not a good idea.
- Dual Wielding: She wields a pair of box cutter-like swords attached to her Vertical Maneuvering Equipment.
- Grappling-Hook Pistol: Her Vertical Maneuvering Equipment comes equipped with a pair of steam-launched grapnels that let her Building Swing.
- Stock Superpowers: As a member of the Ackerman clan, she has superhuman strength, speed, reflexes, and durability awakened through psychological trauma — in Mikasa's case when the one of the human traffickers who murdered her parents was about to kill Eren Yeager, the boy who saved her.
- Tranquil Fury: When Spider-Man insults her (deceased) mother, she redoubles her attack and kills him.
Jotaro Kujo vs Yu Narukami
- Assist Character: His Stand, Star Platinum.
- Blade Catch: Star Platinum catches Yu's sword during his combo.
- Bump into Confrontation: He bumps into Yu, starting the fight.
- Catch Phrase: "Yare yare daze." [[He says it after having Star Platinum pummel Yu while paused in time.]]
- Kiai: ORA ORA ORA ORA ORA!
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Star Platinum's trademark attack.
- Time Stands Still: Star Platinum is able to freeze time for a maximum of five seconds.
- Assist Character: His Persona, Izanagi.
- Ludicrous Gibs: He gets turned into this after Jotaro stops time and pummels him.
- Katanas Are Just Better: He fights against Jotaro with a katana.
- Leitmotif: "Reach Out For The Truth" plays as the theme for the fight.
- Shock and Awe: His bond with Izanagi lets him channel electricity into lightning attacks.
Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton
- Assist Character: Some stereotypical Mexicans and a couple of his supporters assist him.
- Dodgy Toupee: It's pretty common to hear that his hair is actually a toupee. He uses it as a weapon in the fight.
- Grievous Harm with a Body: When the wall they build is too small, Trump just throws the Mexican immigrants at Hillary.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Once Hillary laughs at the idea of him beating her in a fight, he breaks his podium and prepares to throw it at her.
- Humongous Mecha: Trump uses one called the "Trump Ex Machina" to fight. It's formed from Trump Tower itself.
- I Surrender, Suckers: Trump gives Hillary a basket of what she thinks are treats as an apology, only for it to contain a grenade.
- Mutual Kill: Manages to fatally wound Clinton, but is similarly wounded himself after his mecha is destroyed.
- Shout-Out: His dialogue consists of Wario audio files, and after he builds his wall he enacts the scene from Attack On Titan where the Colosal Titan peers over Wall Maria.
- South of the Border: Calls upon a group of Mexican stereotypes to build a wall in front of Hillary... only for it to be too short.
- Tan Lines: Has an orange spray-tanned face
- Actually a Doombot: The grenade that went off actually killed a body double.
- Annoying Laugh: Her cackling is what sets Trump off.
- BFG: Pulls Iron Man's Proton Cannon from Marvel vs. Capcom out of her Fact Checker suitcase.
- Handy Cuffs: She's cuffed by one of Trump's supporters, but breaks free seconds later via Trump accidentally shooting the cuffs off.
- Kick Chick: Usually counters Trump's blows with kicks.
- Mutual Kill: Destroys the Trump Ex Machina and mortally wounds Trump, but is similarly injured herself.
- Never Mess with Granny: Hillary Clinton is 69 years old as of 2016 (and is an actual grandmother), but still puts up a decent fight.
- Uncanny Valley Makeup: Her face is caked with makeup that gives her a Joker-esque grin.
- Precision F-Strike: "WHAT THE FUCK, GUYS?"
- President for Life: After Cap shows up and yells at Trump and Clinton, a talking eagle states he was made President for Life.
- What the Hell, Hero?: He shows up at the end to call the presidential candidates out on the massive amount of destruction they caused.
Terry Bogard vs Jon Talbain
- Curb Stomp Cushion: His skill at martial arts and chi manipulation overwhelmed Talbain's brute strength and feral fighting style... until Felicia bashed him upside the head with a brick.
- Karmic Death: After murdering both Ken Masters and Dan Hibiki for no reason at all in his Death Battle appearance, he's killed here in a justifiably-brutal manner by Jon.
- Ki Manipulation: He can draw on chi from Gaia to perform a variety of energy-based attacks.
- Red Baron: He's known as the "Legendary Hungry Wolf"... not that it helped him when facing an actual wolf.
- Stalker Without A Crush: He was tailing Felicia for unknown reasons, which is what caused Talbain to attack him.
- Supernatural Martial Arts: He combines boxing, karate, kung fu, kickboxing and street fighting with chi-manipulation to create a unique fighting style.
- Absurdly Sharp Claws: His claws can rend flesh easily, as seen when he slashes Terry into four pieces.
- Bad Powers, Good People: He is a decent person who happens to be a werewolf, and is persecuted because of it.
- Man Bites Man: Having come to terms with his bestial side, he's not afraid to use his fangs in combat.
- Our Werewolves Are Different: Talbain is a Half-Human Hybrid with a werewolf father and a human mother, though his Lineage Comes from the Father.
- Assist Character: She intervenes in the fight to protect Talbain, allowing the werewolf to gain the upper hand and win.
- Cat Girl: She is a Catwoman who was raised as a nun, but set out into the world to become a musical star.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: When she sees Terry is beating up Talbain, she bashes him over the head with a brick.
Spawn vs. Alucard
- Demon of Human Origin: As part of the deal Al struck a bargain with the Hell Lord Malebolgia, he was given a new body formed from Necroplasm and bonded to a Hellspawn symbiote.
- Hand Blast: Spawn can shoot blasts of necroplasm, a green demonic energy, from his hands.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: When angry, he frequently sprouts a gaping, fanged mouth and slavering tongue.
- Lovecraftian Superpower: Spawn's costume is a demonic symbiote, and its cape and chains act like Combat Tentacles, being capable of cutting things.
- Many Spirits Inside of One: Spawn contains the Legion of Lost Souls, 6000-or-so people who died at roughly the same time he did, inside himself; and can manifest them as Hellspawn to fight alongside him. Among the most powerful members are Christopher Welland, Hiroshi and Kumiko Kitamura, and Jim Downing.
- Power Limiter: Spawn is ostensibly limited by the amount of necroplasm he has, as using his demonic abilities drains that and if he runs out he'll be returned to Hell.
- Superhero Packing Heat: As a Marine, Simmons is more comfortable using military-grade weapons than he is his suit's massive array of supernatural powers.
- The Symbiote: Al Simmons is bonded to an amorphous parasitic demon called Leetha of the 7th House of K, K7-Leetha for short. She has a will and ambitions of her own, but is forced to act as Spawn's costume.
- The Undead: Simmons was burnt to death, and while he was given a new body made of Necroplasm as part of becoming a Hellspawn, underneath his symbiote he looks like a charred corpse.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Al can use his costume to take on the appearance of Jim Downing, a fallen angel and one of the Legion of Lost Souls. He can also transform his cape into a battle-axe.
- BFS: In his true form as Vlad Dracula, he wields a large claymore.
- Blood Knight: Alucard loves fighting, especially against strong opponents.
- Cavalry of the Dead: By releasing Level Zero of the Control Art Restriction Systems, he is able to summon all of the 3 million-plus souls he's devoured over the centuries as an army of ghouls.
- Fangs Are Evil: While he can make his teeth appear normal, when using his powers his teeth become long fangs.
- Hand Cannon: Alucard's preferred weapons are a pair of massive high-calibre custom-made pistols, the .454 Casull and the Jackal, which are specifically crafted to be super-effective against vampires.
- Healing Factor: Alucard has devoured several million souls, which enables him to recover from injuries that would kill normal vampires.
- Hunter of His Own Kind: Alucard is a borderline Humanoid Abomination vampire who hunts other vampires for a living... as well as kicks and giggles.
- Lovecraftian Superpower: When he cuts loose, he manifests tendrils of darkness, becomes covered in dozens of eyes, and can manifest familiars like the Hellhound from his body.
- Many Spirits Inside of One: Alucard has consumed the blood and souls of upwards of three million people over the centuries. This enables him to heal from injuries that would kill a normal vampire - though each time he does so he loses one familiar - and he can summon them as an undead army when he releases the full extent of his power, though doing so leaves him vulnerable to being permanently killed.
- Off with His Head!: Spawn (somehow) kills him simply by blowing his head off.
- Power Limiter: Alucard is restricted in how much of his power he is able to use by the Cromwell Approval Control Art Restriction Systems, which has six levels. He can release up to Level One by himself, but it's implied he needs Integra Helsing's permission to release Level Zero.
- Prehensile Hair: The length and style of Alucard's hair changes depending on his whim and how much power he's using.
- The Undead: As Vlad Dracula, he was executed, but just before being decapitated he consumed the blood of his fallen vassals and became a vampire.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Alucard can freely transform his body into that of a young girl, a mass of darkness, a swarm of bats and centipedes, and mist.
Prophet vs. Predator
- Elites Are More Glamorous: Part of Raptor Team, which is made up of Delta Force operators equipped with highly advanced Nanosuits.
- Invisibility: The cloaking function.
- Powered Armor: His Nanosuit is an advanced suit of powered armor that augments his abilities to absurd degrees.
- Stance System: The Nanosuit can enhance itself in different ways, like Super Strength, Super Durability, Super Speed, etc.
- Telephone Polearm: He squashes the Predator with a broken column.
- Blood Knight: The Yautja like to hunt worthy prey, and Prophet is quite the fascinating specimen. However, this Predator won't be going home with a trophy.
- Invisibility: Also has a cloaking function.
- Plasma Cannon: His Plasma Caster shoulder cannon. He eventually mounts it on his wrist and uses it as a close-range Arm Cannon.
- Squashed Flat: Prophet squishes him by dropping a stone pillar down on top of him.
- Wolverine Claws: One of his signature weapons, which get broken on Prophet's Nanosuit in Maximum Defense mode.
Iron Man vs. Mega Man X
- Bring It: When he challenges X for the Power Stone that he'd picked up—Iron Man: Business calls, so let's make it quick. Let's see who really has the better toys, shall we?
- Calling Your Attacks: "UNI-BEAM!" "FINISH!"
- Chest Blaster: His iconic Uni-Beam, which he uses to blow one of X's arms off.
- Death-or-Glory Attack: His maximum power Uni-Beam attack. Although it's incredibly powerful, the resulting power drain on Iron Man's armour leaves him vulnerable if it's blocked or it misses. This means that once X uses his Ultimate Armour to force his way through it, it left Tony helpless to being finished off.
- Flying Firepower: The classic Iron Man suit grants Tony both flight and impressive firepower from various weapons.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Tony Stark is one of the top geniuses in the Marvel universe, having designed and built all his own armour, weaponry and artificial intelligence among many, many other things.
- Hand Blast: His Repulsor Beams, which he effectively uses to fend off X's Homing Torpedoes and Twin Slashers.
- Killed Mid-Sentence: He's in the middle of saying "excuse me" just before X blows his head off with a charged shot.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Tony makes use of the Repulsor Shield to effectively block X's Tornado Fang drills, but he gets knocked out of it when X attacks his legs with a Spin Wheel along the ground.
- Oh, Crap!: Has a visible moment of this when he's staring down the barrel of X's charged Buster—Iron Man: Excuse me-
- Off with His Head!: On the recieving end. After he ends up using too much of his power on an unsuccessful Uni-Beam attack, the delay allows X to get in close enough to explode Tony's head with a close-range X Buster shot.
- Powered Armor: The iconic Iron Man suit, which Tony Stark designed and built himself.
- Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: When he's using his Uni-Beam finisher—Iron Man: Here's the big one!
- Primary-Color Champion: His armour is predominantly red and yellow.
- Shoulder Cannon: Iron Man's shoulder-mounted missile launcher makes an appearance here, which he uses to blow up a scrapped car that he knocks X into.
- Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys?: When Iron Man comes down to challenge X after he's just defeated Sigma, he's evidently impressed by the reploid's technology.
- An Arm and a Leg: Iron Man blows X's arm off with the Uni-Beam at the climax of the fight— but due to being a robot, this doesn't affect him too much.
- Arm Cannon: The iconic X Buster (AKA, the Mega Buster Mk.17)— which fires highly-compressed pellets of solar energy that can be charged up for bigger and more powerful bursts— is X's main weapon, here. A charged attack from it proves powerful enough to blow Iron Man's head apart.
- Blue Is Heroic: Well, he wouldn't be a Mega Man without being clad in the classic blue armour and helmet.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: X can be seen inflicting one of these on Sigma before the main battle, blowing him to pieces. The fight being broadcast on a nearby TV screen is actually what ends up getting Tony's attention and him to fight X.
- Flash Step: X's trademark dash ability makes an appearance here, allowing him to quickly dodge Iron Man's repulsor beams and keep up with his flight when on the ground.
- Off with His Head!: On the giving end. X uses his Ultimate Armour to blast through Iron Man's Uni-Beam and get in close enough to blow his head off with a close-ranged Charge Shot from his X Buster.
- Oh, Crap!: After X blows Tony's head off and realises he was Human All Along, he can be last seen with an utterly horrified look on his face. Given that X is very Three Laws-Compliant and only insists on fighting when he has to, it's hard to blame him.
- Powered Armor: Towards the end of the fight, X switches to his Ultimate Armour from Mega Man X4 to even the odds. It's what clinches the match, allowing X to power through Iron Man's Uni-Beam and blow his head off with a close-range X Buster shot.
- Power Copying: One of the trademark abilities from the Mega Man games. Although X doesn't use it to copy any of the powers from Iron Man's suit, he does use it to access some of the weapons from Mavericks he's previously defeated.
- Ridiculously Human Robot: The last and ultimate creation of Doctor Light, to be precise.
- Wall Jump: X uses his wall-jumping abilities to chase Iron Man upward when he starts flying up higher.
- Wall of Weapons: In fitting with his usual strategy of copying weapons from Maverick bosses that he's previously defeated, X uses a selection of some of his weapons from the Mega Man X games, including—
Kenshin Himura vs. Roronoa Zoro
- Single-Stroke Battle: His cause of death.
Greninja vs. Espio the Chameleon
- Death of a Thousand Cuts: The Secret Ninja Attack has Greninja dart all over the place and cut his opponent.
- Limit Break: After grabbing the Smash Ball, he uses Secret Ninja Attack to completely slice Espio up.
- Making a Splash: Is a water type Pokemon, and frequently throws Water Shurikens as attacks.
- Invisibility: Espio's special ability is to turn invisible, though it will wear off if he gets hit by an attack.
Link vs. Meta Knight
- Ass Kicking Pose: Link strikes one with his sword raised and a determined yell after stealing the Triforce back from Meta Knight's minions with his Clawshot.
- Cool Sword: His iconic Master Sword.
- Grappling-Hook Pistol: The Clawshot, which Link uses to steal the Triforce back from Meta Knight and dodge his attacks. He also tries to use it to retrieve the Master Sword after Meta Knight knocks it out of his hand, but Meta Knight stops him by warping in front of it and grabbing the chain.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Trying to use his Clawshot to get his sword back ends up being Link's downfall, as Meta Knight grabs the chain and uses it to pull Link towards him and set him up for his killing blow.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: The Hylian Shield, which Link uses to block several of Meta Knight's Sword Beams.
- Off with His Head!: On the recieving end. After being caught in Meta Knight's Mach Tornado, Link is then accordingly decapitated by his opponent's Galaxia Darkness technique.
- Oh, Crap!: Has a moment of this when he sees Meta Knight grabbing onto to his Clawshot's chain.
- Sword And Shield: As usual, he wields the Master Sword and Hylian Shield.
- Sword Plant: Uses the Down Thrust from Zelda 2 The Adventure Of Link to counter Meta Knight's Drill Rush. It works, but it also crucially knocks the Master Sword away from him.
- Badass Back: Meta Knight is introduced with his back turned as his minions bring in the Triforce, and then ends the episode this way by turning around after decapitating Link.
- The Bad Guy Wins: Whilst Meta Knight isn't an outright villain, he does succeed here in stealing away the Triforce after decapitating Link, who was unambigiously trying to stop him.
- Badass Baritone: For a small, spherical creature who's the same species as Kirby, he's got an impressively deep voice.
- Blow You Away: A lot of Meta Knight's sword-based powers are related to the wind. Early on, Meta Knight tries to use a Razor Wind to attack Link from a distance, and later on, he uses the Mach Tornado to set him up for his final attack.
- Bond One-Liner: After cutting Link's head off with the Galaxia Darkness and retrieving the Triforce—Meta Knight: Victory...is my destiny.
- Cool Sword: His iconic Galaxia Sword.
- Combat Pragmatist: In this fight, Meta Knight makes use of his Dimensional Cape to warp behind Link to start his attack, and actively stops Link from retrieving his Master Sword after knocking it out of his hand.
- Limit Break: Meta Knight uses his Galaxia Darkness technique to finish off Link.
- Mask of Power: Well, it wouldn't be Meta Knight without his iconic mask.
- Megaton Punch: After pulling Link towards him with his own Clawshot, Meta Knight uppercuts Link hard enough to launch him straight up into the air.
- Shock and Awe: Next to wind, this is the other most common form that his sword-based powers tend to take. Here, Meta Knight uses several Sword Beams to attack Link with, and then later on makes use of an electrically-charged Drill Rush to collide with Link in mid-air.
- Teleport Cloak: The Dimensional Cape. In the fight proper, Meta Knight uses it to warp behind Link when starting his attack, and again later on to stop him from getting the Master Sword back after knocking it out of his hand.
Genji vs. Raiden
- Absurdly Sharp Blade: The Dragon Blade
- Deus ex Machina: He's given an Overcharge by Ana during the fight. It doesn't help.
Guile vs. Paul Phoenix
Raphael vs. Wolverine
- An Arm and a Leg: Wolvie hacks off both arms before going in for the kill
- Blood Knight: His reaction to Wolverine charging into the sewers?"I am so gonna enjoy this!"
- Eye Scream: Wolverine slashes his eyes in the fight
- Half the Man He Used to Be: His body's slashed into pieces by Wolverine.
- Smoke Out: Uses a smoke bomb to land some hits on Wolverine.
Broly vs. Doomsday
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Doomsday tears him in half at the waist with his claws.
- Ki Manipulation: Like most Dragon Ball characters, he can harness his ki to fire energy blasts.
- Super Mode: He is the only known Saiyan to have access to the Legendary Super Saiyan power, which lets him grow stronger the angrier he gets.
- Came Back Strong: If killed, Doomsday will resurrect with increased immunity or outright invulnerability to the thing that killed him. This seems to be how he wins the fight after apparently being killed.
- Not Quite Dead: Appears to be dead after taking a city block-destroying blast, but he gets back up angrier than ever.
Aigis vs. Noel Vermillion
- An Arm and a Leg: Loses her legs to Mu-12. They're the only thing that survives the rest of her getting blown up.
- Flying Firepower: Can fly with rockets and uses missiles for attack.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Her Persona has a powerful shield she uses to block several attacks.
- Macross Missile Massacre: Uses a lot of missiles during the battle.
- No Body Left Behind: Noel blows her up at the end of the fight.
Cloud Strife vs Guts
- BFS: The Buster Sword.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: On the giving end, bisecting Guts vertically to win the match.
- Magic Knight: In addition to the superhuman abilities he has as a result of being infused with Mako and Jenova cells, he is equipped with a number of Materia, enabling him to use magic.
- Off with His Head!: On the receiving end from a Berserker Armor-wearing Guts...but it turns out it was only an afterimage, and Guts is too slow to react to the real Cloud coming at him from behind.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Goes on one when he discovers Guts eating his chocobo. He succeeds in avenging his fallen companion.
- Super Mode: His body starts glowing with blue Mako energy ala Smash 4, as he takes on Berserker Armor Guts.
- An Arm and a Leg: Nearly getting his arm cut off forces him into his Berserker Armor.
- Badass Normal: He has no supernatural abilities to his name, but as shown in his previous Death Battle appearance against Nightmare, it doesn't stop him from kicking ass. Unfortunately, it only gets him so far against a superhuman such as Cloud.
- BFS: The Dragonslayer Sword, which weighs over 400lb (181kg).
- Eat the Dog: Guts provokes the fight by killing and eating Cloud's chocobo while he's away. It proves to be a fatal mistake.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: On the receiving end by Cloud, being bisected vertically before vanishing into thin air.
- No Body Left Behind: Like most Final Fantasy VII enemies, he fades out of existence after Cloud kills him.
- Super Mode: His Berserker Armor releases the limits on his body at the cost of letting his Super-Powered Evil Side take over, which unfortunately isn't enough.
Sasuke vs Killua
Mega Man vs Bomberman
- Deadly Disc: Metal Blade. Although he misses with it, nearly being decapitated ends up angering Bomberman enough for him to start flinging bombs in a blind rage.
- Sticky Bomb: Crash Bomb. It's what Mega Man uses to finish off Bomberman, by getting behind him with the Rush Coil and sticking one onto his back whilst he's distracted by avoiding his Skull Bombs.
- Berserk Button: Nearly being hit by Mega Man's Metal Blades sends Bomberman flying into a rage, during which he tosses an entire deluge of explosives at him.
- No Body Left Behind: On the receiving end. After being blown up by Mega Man's Crash Bomb, he crumbles into ash after Mega Man jumps up and stomps down onto him.
Mario vs Luigi
- Disproportionate Retribution: Sure, constantly getting smacked by the tennis ball and Luigi taunting him over it is sure to piss off a lot of people, but trying to kill your brother over it is a little too extreme.
- Rage Breaking Point: After getting hit by the tennis ball multiple times by his brother, who begins making fun of him for it, Mario decides to beat Luigi senseless.
- Badass Cape: Pulls out the Cape Feather to get his cape, allowing him to fly circles around his brother until Mario retaliates with the Super Leaf.
- Kick the Dog: Whether or not the ball hitting Mario is an accident, laughing at him about it is still quite jerkish.
- Papa Wolf: It doesn't matter what you were fighting over. If he catches you ruining his kid's birthday party, then he's going to personally end your feud himself. The Mario brothers learn this the hard way.
Zero vs Strider Hiryu
- Doppelgänger Spin: Performs his Twin Dream/Heat Haze ability to send a holographic clone of himself out from the smoke. Strider falls for it and becomes open for Zero's finisher.
- Out of Character: Just like his venture in One Minute Melee, Zero would normally not be so eager to consider a living being an elimination target. As he was already in the area of the burning town before Strider's arrival, it could be heavily implied that he either became Maverick and destroyed the town, or got Brainwashed and Crazy (like in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite) and destroyed the town.
- Sword Beam: Uses both Hadangeki and Genmu Zero in the fight. The latter is used to finish off Strider.
Iron Fist vs Akuma
- Ludicrous Gibs: He's turned into these by Oni.
- Disproportionate Retribution: He goes after Iron Fist after watching his series.
- Mugging the Monster: When he gets to New York to find Iron Fist, one small scene has him punt three thugs out of the subway, calling them worthless. It's pretty much assumed that this trope happened.
- Superpowered Evil Side: He turns into Oni when IF has him on the ropes.
Ken vs. Blaziken
- Curbstomp Battle: He's on both ends of these first giving one to Dan, then getting one from Blaziken.
- No Body Left Behind: His body is completely incinerated by the end of the fight.
Samus Aran vs Master Chief
- Arm Cannon: Her Power Suit is equipped with an arm cannon that can fire a variety of beams.
- No-Sell: Nothing Chief throws at Samus has any noticeable effect on her Power Suit, even a full force Gravity Hammer strike leaves her unharmed.
- Powered Armor: She wears a Chozo Power Suit that interfaces with her body to augment her already-superhuman physical and sensory capabilities.
- Super Soldier: Samus is a bounty hunter and former member of the Galactic Federation's military, augmented by Chozo DNA.
- Boom, Headshot!: On the receiving end by Samus.
- Curb Stomp Cushion: While Chief managed to get a few good blows in, Samus's weapons and armor outclassed his.
- Powered Armor: Master Chief wears a suit of MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor that interfaces with cybernetic implants in his body to grant him immense strength and durability.
- Super Soldier: John-117 is a member of the SPARTAN II super soldier program.
Wii Fit Trainer vs Dhalsim
- Badass Normal: She's essentially a normal fitness trainer that's at peak physical condition.
- Limit Break: Her Wii Fit Final Smash. It doesn't last as long as Dhalsim's Yoga Inferno, and WFT gets burnt to a crisp.
- Stripped to the Bone: A charred skeleton is all that's left after being burned by Dhalsim's Yoga Flame.
- Playing with Fire: His Yoga fire attacks. He kills the Trainer this way.
Magneto vs. Darth Vader
- Evil vs. Evil: On the one hand, Magneto, Super Supremacist. On the other hand, Darth Vader, enforcer of The Empire of Palpatine, who's planning on shooting Earth with the Death Star. In this case, Vader wins.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: On the receiving end after Vader distracts him with getting Magneto's cape in his face, then getting impaled through the face by Vader's lightsaber.
- Large Ham: Magneto laughs, boasts, and quips throughout the battle, enhanced by Vader being much less talkative and blunt with his responses.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Subverted. Magneto tries to impale Vader with his own lightsaber, but he's able to turn the tables on Magneto and grab the lightsaber to kill him.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Averted. Magneto, having restrained Vader to a sheet of metal, tries to impale him with his own lightsaber. Luckily for Vader, he's able to use the Force to distract Magneto with his cape, giving the Sith Lord enough time to use the Force to grab his lightsaber and return the favor.
- Insignificant Little Blue Planet: What he thinks of Earth, as he prepares to order the Death Star to fire upon it before Magneto attacks.
- Laser Blade: His red lightsaber.
- Vader Breath: Obviously!
Vegeta vs. General Zod
- Anti-Hero: As always, the main example in the Dragon Ball universe.
- Badass and Child Duo: Vegeta and Trunks vaporise Zod with twin Galick Guns.
- Beam Spam: Makes use of his Super Energy Wave Volley to attack early on, which Zod dodges.
- Bond One-Liner: Twice. First, when he sends two of Zod's guards flying off into Space by crashing through the side of his spaceship:Vegeta: Don't forget to send a postcard, bitches!
Trunks: Dad, you're the best.Vegeta: You bet I am!
- And again, after he and Trunks dispatch Zod with twin Galick Guns:
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Drops his usual cockiness and inflicts one on Zod as soon as he realises he's got Trunks captured, complete with Punctuated Pounding:Vegeta: That's my Son. (punches and kicks Zod) THAT'S! MY! SON! YOU! GOD! DAMN! BAS! TARD!
- Papa Wolf: He does not take kindly to Zod kidnapping Trunks.
- Tranquil Fury: After he realises that Zod has his son and his torturing him, Vegeta marks his transition from his trademark cockiness to Unstoppable Rage with a calm, cold as ice demeanour that marks the moment that Zod is going to die.
- Wave-Motion Gun: His trademark Galick Gun and Final Flash. A combined version of the former with his son Trunks is what ultimately finishes Zod off.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He immediately pops into Super Saiyan Blue for the fight.
- Badass Boast: When he survives the Final Flash:Vegeta: Who was that clown...?Zod: I am Zod. I win! (his eyes shoot open and glow red)Zod: I always win.
- Beam Spam: He makes use of this on Vegeta after No-Sell-ing his Final Flash, sending the Saiyan Prince reeling with several fast teleporting heat vision shots.
- Eye Beams: His Kryptonian heat vision.
- Evil Counterpart: To Superman. As a fellow Kryptonian, he has similar powers to his nemesis — but on a lower scale due to having been exposed to a yellow Sun for far less time, which he makes up for by being a superior strategist and more skilled fighter.
- Kneel Before Zod: He tells Vegeta hell let Trunks go if he kneels. Big mistake.Zod: How delightful, a family reunited! There's only one way to save his life. Kneel Before Zod!
- No Body Left Behind: Hes atomized by a twin Galick Gun attack by Vegeta and Trunks.
- No-Sell: Zod impressively tanks Vegeta's Final Flash, taking advantage of it to get the drop on him.
- Would Hurt a Child: Zod captures and evidently tortures Trunks before the events of the episode, and then uses him as a bargaining chip to try and get Vegeta to kneel before him. Needless to say, this does not end well for him.
Alucard vs Demitri
- Half-Human Hybrid: He's the dhampir son of Dracula, the most powerful vampire in existence.
2 B vs Noctis
- Action Girl: 2B is a female YoRHa android created to fight against Mechanical Lifeforms that have taken over the planet.
- Attack Drone: Pod 042 takes shots at Noctis, though he just teleports away from them.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Noctis's attacks eventually slice her and the flight unit she's in in half, killing her.
- Katanas Are Just Better: Her weapon for this fight is Cruel Mercy.
- More Dakka: She brings in a flight unit as the fight goes on.
- The Gunslinger: He takes out one of these during the fight, though 2B just blocks the bullets.
- Limit Break: Noctis summons the Armiger Arsenal, unleashing it against 2B.
- Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Noctis brings out a shield when 2B shoots at him with her flight unit.
- Multi-Melee Master: He can use a variety of weapons, his default for this fight being the Engine Blade.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: He fights 2B since she attacked Gladiolus and Prompto.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's the King of Lucis while also fighting on a regular basis.
- Teleport Spam: Noctis uses this as both offensive and defensive measures.
Dante vs Kratos
- Badass Longcoat: Sports his iconic red trenchcoat into battle.
- BFS: Rebellion, a mystical claymore created by Sparda.
- Cool Guns: His twin handguns, Ebony and Ivory.
- Gangsta Style: Can be seen rapidly firing off Ebony and Ivory in this fashion during his Million Dollars Hyper from Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Although it doesn't do much to Kratos, it does distract the demigod long enough for Dante to get in close.
- Gun Fu: As per the norm in his own series, Dante makes use of a lot of acrobatic gunplay, here.
- Half-Human Hybrid: The half-demon son of Sparda.
- Power Fist: Beowulf, which Dante equips to effectively punch Kratos in half.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Courtesy of his Devil May Cry 3 outfit, which shows off his impressive abs.
- BFS: The Blade of Olympus. Although it allows him to get some good hits in on Dante, it's still not enough to put him down.
- Chain Pain: The Blades of Chaos, which are permanently fused to Kratos' arms. Besides increasing his range considerably, the chains also allow him to effectively pull Dante towards him after stabbing him early on.
- Dual Wielding: The Blades of Chaos.
- Half-Human Hybrid: The half-god son of Zeus.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: His upper half is punched off by Dante using Beowulf.
- Super Mode: Rage of the Titans.
Captain Falcon vs Viewtiful Joe
- Megaton Punch: Falcon Punch!
- Henshin Hero: He transforms by saying Henshin A Go-Go, Baby.
Goku Black vs Black Adam
Gambit vs Taskmaster
- Badass Longcoat: Gambit ususally sports a trench-coat.
- Death Dealer: His preferred ranged attack is flinging charged playing cards at opponents.
- Simple Staff: If he has to get up close, he uses a staff in combat.
Lara Croft vs Jill Valentine
Krillin v Tien vs Yamcha
Chun-Li vs Tifa Lockhart
- Kick Chick: One of Capcom's finest, specializing in Chinese martial arts.
- She's Got Legs: Chun-Li's muscular legs are her primary weapons.
- Limit Break: Final Heaven, a punch powerful enough to cause a mushroom cloud. Chun-Li dodges it.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: While Tifa gets a few blows in, Chun-Li completely dominates the fight.
- Ludicrous Gibs: On the receiving end by Chun-Li.
- Super Strength: Strong enough to launch a car onto its back with a punch.
Thor vs 100 Pikachus
- Conservation of Ninjutsu: Even if they had more, it wouldnt be enough.
- Curbstomp Battle: The pikachus barely even made Thor sweat.
- Ludicrous Gibs: They get turned into red smears on the ground.
- Mugging the Monster: Picking a fight with someone like Thor probably wasn't their wisest move.
- Pokémon Speak: Naturally.
- Shock and Awe: Theyre electric type using Thunderbolt and Volt Tackle.
Hulk vs Juggernaut
Blade vs Hellboy
Luffy vs Mr. Fantastic
- Older Hero vs. Younger Villain: Downplayed. While it's a stretch to call Luffy a villain, he is a younger pirate going up against a much older generally unambiguously heroic Reed Richards.
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: His Gatling fists that he throws out at Reed.
- Rubber Man: He gained his powers from eating a Devil Fruit.
- Older Hero vs. Younger Villain: Downplayed. While Mr. Fantastic is a straight-up hero, Luffy is a wanted pirate (albeit, a more heroic one).
- Rubber Man: He gained his powers from cosmic radiation.
- "Wanted!" Poster: He has Luffy's wanted poster and is going after him for that multimillion beli reward.
Daredevil vs Kenshi
- Disability Superpower: Blind in his eyes but has super hearing.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: On the receiving end by Kenshi's katana.
Harley Quinn vs Domino
- "Bang!" Flag Gun: Harley pulls one of these out during the fight.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Harley proved that in this fight.
- Extendo Boxing Glove: She shoots one at Domino.
- Iconic Outfit: Harley's wearing her jester costume for this fight.
- Improbable Weapon User: A rubber chicken. She slaps Domino with it as a distraction.
- Who's Laughing Now?: Harley throws out this line after winning. "And you thought I was just another blonde bimbo!"
- You Fight Like a Cow: Harley throws out "You fight like my Grandma" at Domino.
- Born Lucky: She has the power to manipulate luck in her favor, though it wasn't on her side in this fight.
Akame vs Killua
Yoshi vs Pac-Man
Natsu Dragneel vs Iceman
Sakura Haruno vs Amy Rose
Juri vs Mileena
- Extremity Extremist: She uses her feet to deadly use.
- Off with His Head!: On the receiving end when Mileena rips her head off with her sai.
- Butter Face: Body of a model, teeth of a Tarkatan.
- I'm a Humanitarian: She has no qualms about eating human flesh, and was about to eat Psylocke until Juri came into the scene.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Being a clone of Kitana with Tarkatan DNA means she has a mouth full of razor sharp teeth.
- Sai Guy: Her trademark weapons. She uses them to rip Juri's head off.
Vergil vs Hakumen
- Absurdly Sharp Blade: The Yamato, which can cut through dimensions.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Vergil did get some hits in, but none of them seemed to bother Hakumen too much, who handily threw twice the punishment back at him.
- Half-Human Hybrid: The half-demon son of Sparda.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: On the receiving end by Hakumen, getting bisected diagonally from the shoulder to his waist.
- Super Mode: Devil Trigger. It wasn't enough.
- Super Speed: He's fast, but unfortunately for him, it wasn't enough to defeat Hakumen.
- The Bad Guy Wins: Technically. The intro portrayed the fight as a mission in one of the Devil May Cry games, assigning Vergil to defeat Hakumen. Needless to say, it was Game Over for Vergil.
- Bond One-Liner: "Try harder in the next life."
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Try Vergil might, none of his attacks fazed Hakumen that much. Not even Devil Trigger seemed to do any real damage to him.
- Counter-Attack: One of his specialties back in his home series. One of them is even his Astral Heat, which Vergil falls victim to.
- Red Baron: The White Void.
Chie vs Karin
Burning Gundam vs Thunder Megazord
- Gratuitous Japanese: All of Domon's lines are from Japanese sources, thus he'll also use names associated with Burning Gundam's international name, God Gundam
- Spinning Always Works: The Burning Slash Typhoon.
- Bring It: After getting hit with the Burning Slash Typhoon, the Thunder Megazord counters and Jason replies "You want a fight? You got it!"
Batman vs Scorpion
Wolverine vs 100 Barakas
- The Berserker: He pops a Berserker Rage in the battle, tearing through what's left of them.
- Pintsized Powerhouse: Being 5'2 and tearing through Tarkatans like tissue paper puts him on this level.
- Wolverine Claws: Naturally.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: They have razor sharp blades that can grow out of their arms.
- Conservation of Ninjutsu: 100 Tarkatans against 1 angry Wolverine did not end pretty for them.
- Curbstomp Battle: Even if they get in a couple lucky hits on Wolverine, he just shrugs them off and continued dicing them up.
- Ludicrous Gibs: The result of Mortal Kombat physics being used on them with Wolverine's claws.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Jagged and razor sharp.
Alucard vs DIO
- Badass Longcoat: Long and red.
- Eyes Do Not Belong There: When unlocking more restraints eyes form all over Alucard's body, these are shown after he finishes DIO off.
- Guns Akimbo: Alucard regularly fights with the Casull and the Jackal, a pair of handguns which many vampires have been been acquainted with. DIO manages to avoid the bullets with his Time Stop and The World but at the end both him and The World were set up by them for Alucard.
- Slasher Smile: Alucard frequently sports one when in a fight and he sports one here after shooting off DIO's arm.
- Summon Magic: While not magic Alucard's Deal with the Devil granted him access to the Hounds of Baskerville, demon dogs that he can fight using, he uses them later in the fight and to finish DIO off.
Catwoman vs Black Cat
Ruby Rose vs Ragna the Bloodedge
- Leitmotif: "Red Like Roses," Ruby's theme, plays throughout the battle. It kicks into the vocal section as Ruby finishes off Ragna.
Ryu vs Liu Kang
- Art Shift: He starts out as a live action sprite like Street Fighter: The Movie before a clash of his Hadoken and Liu Kang's fireball switches them to 2D.
- The Bus Came Back: This is Ryu's second appearance in DBX.
- Superpowered Evil Side: Zombie Liu Kang's attack forces him to turn to Evil Ryu.
- Art Shift: He starts out as a live action sprite like the classic Mortal Kombat games until a clash of his fireball and Ryu's Hadoken turns him into a Street Fighter like sprite.
- Back from the Dead: After Ryu pummels him to death the first time, he gets turned to Zombie Liu Kang by Raiden.
- Ludicrous Gibs: He gets turned into this by Evil Ryu unleashing a Raging Demon on him.BRUTALITY!
Bendy vs Cuphead
- The Bad Guy Wins: At least he got a nice drink out of it.
- Blob Monster: He's made of ink, and forms himself from a pool of ink.
- Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor: Drinks out of Cuphead's head and even raises his pinky while doing so.
- More Teeth than the Osmond Family: As Beast Bendy he has a massive mouth lined with fangs.
- One-Winged Angel: After entering Joey Drew's studio and being doused in ink, he first transforms into Ink Bendy and then into Beast Bendy.
- An Ax To Grind: He grabs an axe in an attempt to fight Bendy.
- Cool Plane: He can turn into one, which he uses to follow Bendy into Joey Drew Studios.
- Finger Firearms: He can shoot energy bullets from his fingers.
- Kamehame Hadoken: His Mega Blast shoots a large fireball powerful enough to send Bendy flying.
- Literally Shattered Lives: Not Cuphead himself, but his head, after Bendy pulls it off and drinks the contents. Makes sense, since his head is a teacup.
- Mistaken Identity: Cuphead mistakes Bendy for the Devil, which sets off the fight.
- Off with His Head!: The fight comes to an end when Beast Bendy rips his head off and drinks the contents.
Gohan vs. Superboy
- Cross Counter: Both he and his opponent get into one just before the final beam clash.
- Golden Super Mode: In the fight, he skips the base Super Saiyan form and goes straight into Super Saiyan 2.
- Kamehame Hadoken: He's learned the Kamehameha, one of the Trope Namers. In the fight, he uses the Father-Son Kamehameha at the end for a beam clash against Superboy's Heat Vision. Gohan wins the beam struggle and the Father-Son Kamehameha vaporizes Superboy.
- Kid Hero: As this is Teen Gohan as he appeared during the Cell Games.
- Stripped to the Bone: In the alternate ending, Gohan is reduced to a skull after Superboy tackles him through the sun.
- Cross Counter: Both he and his opponent get into one just before the final beam clash.
- Eye Beams: His Heat Vision. In the end, it clashes with Gohan's Father-Son Kamehameha, but is overwhelmed, resulting in Superboy getting vaporized. In the alternate ending, Superboy breaks off the clash for a more direct approach
- Hurl It into the Sun: In the alternate ending, Superboy grabs Gohan and flies him into the sun. When they exit, Superboy is fine, but Gohan is reduced to a skull.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: He delivers this to Gohan at first, but then Gohan turns Super Saiyan 2 to even the odds.
- Would Hurt a Child: Downplayed, in that both he and his opponent are teenagers. Gohan is definitely the younger combatant, though.
D.Va vs. Tron Bonne
- Twinkle In The Sky: In the alternate ending, Tron kills her by hurling her into the atmosphere after slamming her into the ground.
- Deflector Shields: Her Defense Matrix cancels out Tron's missiles.
- Macross Missile Massacre: Her MEKA can shoot out a volley of missiles.
- Self-Destruct Mechanism: She can self-destruct her MEKA to take out the competition. It's how she destroys Tron.
- Would Hurt a Child: She's 19 years old, and ends up being forced to take out the 14-year Tron when the latter escalates things.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Tron's response to D.Va interrupting her attempt to kiss Volnutt and pointing out that she'd illegally parked the Gustaff by a fire hydrant is to start a fight with her fellow Mini-Mecha pilot.
- Can't Get Away with Nuthin': Just before she can kiss her longtime crush, Mega Man Volnutt, D.Va confronts her for illegally parking her mech.
- Gatling Good: Her Gustaff comes with a gatling gun.
- Punny Name: As noted by the Ringmaster, her name sounds a lot like "trombone" when spoken aloud.
- Shout-Out: In the alternate ending, Tron slams D.Va into the ground the same way Hulk did to Loki in The Avengers (2012).
- Stripped to the Bone: She gets nuked point blank from D.Va's self-destruct, and all that's left are her charred bones.
Metal Sonic vs. Mega Man
- Power Copying: Can mimic the powers of enemies by analyzing them. In the alternate ending, Metal Sonic copies Mega Man's mega buster and uses it to set him up for the final blow.
- You Are Already Dead: Near the end, he gets a bomb stuck to his back and when he spin dashes towards Mega Man, the bomb blows him to pieces before he can even reach him.
Boa Hancock vs. Rider
- Taken for Granite: Her Devil Fruit allows her to petrify anyone who is attracted to her. In the alternate ending, Boa seduces Rider, allowing Boa to petrify and crush her.
- Super Mode: She can use all forms of Haki — Kenbunshoku Haki, which grants her a Spider-Sense; Busoshoku Haki, which lets her augment her defensive and offensive capabilities using an aura of ki; and Haoshoku Haki, which lets her overpower the wills of others and even control those who are weak-willed.
- Chain Pain: Her weapon of choice is a pair of metal spikes attached to a chain, letting it be used as both a melee and ranged weapon.
- Magical Eyes: Her Mystic Eyes of Petrification, Cybele, allow her to turn people to stone at a glance, so she keeps them hidden under a mystical blindfold called the Breaker Gorgon. She can also use them to perform a technique called Blood Fort Andromeda, which melts those caught in it into puddles of gore.
- Our Spirits Are Different: Rider is a Servant — an incarnation of a legendary hero, anti-hero, or villain summoned by a Magus to take part in a deadly tournament called the Holy Grail War. In Rider's case, she is an incarnation of the Gorgon Medusa summoned into the Rider class.
- Summon Magic: She can summon the Pegasus to assist her in battle, though she didn't need to use it to defeat Boa.
- Super Speed: Rider is one of the fastest Servants, enabling her to speed-blitz Boa for much of the fight.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: One sleeve of her shirt belongs to the black-and-red outfit of her Super-Powered Evil Side.
- Tainted Veins: Sakura has pronounced red veins on her cheek and neck.
- Super-Powered Evil Side: Sakura has the white hair and Tainted Veins of her corrupted self, "Dark Sakura", but is closer in personality to her timid regular self.
Venom vs. Spawn
- Kill It with Fire: One of Venom's weaknesses is fire. Spawn burns him to a crisp using hellfire.
- The Symbiote: Eddie Brock is bonded to a Klyntar symbiote — an alien entity made from living darkness — called Venom.
Link vs. Trunks
Ezio Auditore vs. Prince of Persia
- Ancient Artifact: One of his weapons also used is an Apple of Eden. He didn't need it in the fight.
- Automatic Crossbows: His fight has this since he gets off multiple shots at the Prince compared to having to need to reload after each shot.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: He has two Hidden Blades on his wrists. This is how he kills the Prince.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: In the alternate ending, he gets run through by the Prince's sword.
- Lost Food Grievance: His fight with the Prince starts because the latter stole an apple (the fruit) out of his hand. He makes him pay for it.
- Lost in a Crowd: He can disappear into a crowd to escape guards looking for him.
- Le Parkour: He climbs over the buildings of Renaissance Italy with ease.
- Walking Arsenal: He's called "an Ikea" in this department, having a variety of weapons like swords, knives, hammers, darts, bombs, crossbow,
- Composite Character: This takes in feats from the "Sands of Time" trilogy and the 2008 remake. His look in the fight also has him more in his 2008 skin.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He's only called the Prince.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: On the receiving end of Ezio's Hidden Blade.
- Le Parkour: While Ezio's parkour is more for the city, the Prince's parkour is more for hopping through trap-filled labyrinths.
- Time Master: He can rewind time with the Sands of Time. He doesn't even use it after getting impaled by Ezio's Hidden Blade.
Blake vs. InuYasha
- Cat Girl: She has a pair of feline ears, hidden under her bow.
- No Body Left Behind: The only thing left of Blake in the default ending once Inu Yasha is done mauling her is a large puddle of blood.
- Swiss Army Weapon: Her weapon, the Gambol Shroud, can transform between a pistol and a katana, and its sheath has a bladed edge that lets it act as a cleaver.
- BFS: His sword, the Tessaiga, was forged from one of his father's fangs and can only be wielded by him.
- Half-Human Hybrid: His mother was a human and his father was a powerful inugami warlord.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: In the alternate ending, Inu Yasha suffered this via Blake and Gambol Shroud, his upper body being ripped off of the rest of his body.
- Sword Beam: He can fire energy blasts and a Flechette Storm of diamond spears from his sword. He only uses the Wing Scar, though.
- Super-Powered Evil Side: If he's in danger and separated from the Tessaiga, he goes berserk and turns into a full yōkai. In the default ending, he mauls Blake to death in his berserk state.
Frieza vs. Mewtwo
- Deadly Disc: Frieza has this in the form of his Death Saucers which, albeit on accident, were able to cut him in half on Namek. In the default ending, he uses one on a defenceless Mega Mewtwo Y to cut it in half
- Golden Super Mode: Aptly enough Frieza has one in the form of Golden Frieza, in the battle proper he transforms to this near the end of the fight.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Gets sliced in half by his own Death Saucer in the alternate ending.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: In the alternate ending, being hit by Confusion causes him to cut himself in half with his own Death Saucer. It hurt itself in its confusion!
- Sphere of Destruction: Two of Frieza's strongest attacks are this in the form of his Supernova and Death Ball attacks, after he turns golden he uses his death ball in an attempt to finish Mewtwo off.
- Wipe the Floor with You: Frieza in the fight inflicts this on Mewtwo by dragging it face first across a rock wall
- Half the Man He Used to Be: This happens to it courtesy of Frieza's Death Saucer in the default ending
- No Body Left Behind: ...shortly after being cut in half Mewtwo's halves get vaporised by Frieza's Death Ball in the default ending.
- Standard Status Effects: His move, Confusion, has a chance to confuse enemies into attacking themselves. This is how he tricks Frieza into defeating himself in the alternate ending.
- Super Mode: Mewtwo have access to two in the form of its Mega Evolutions, Mega Mewtwo X and Y, near the end of the fight it turns into Mega Mewtwo Y in response to Frieza's own Super Mode.
Thor vs. Vegeta
- Covered in Scars: As you can tell by the shot of his torso.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: He destroys Vegeta effortlessly.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: In contrast to Vegeta, who wears body armour for this battle, Thor shows up on the battlefield without his iconic breastplate...or his cool helmet... or his cape... or anything covering up his torso, really.
Mulan vs. Lucina
- Adaptational Villainy: In the Disney film, Mulan goes to war to defend her country from the invading Huns. Here, she attacks the equally-heroic Lucina unprovoked, and pays for it with her life in the default ending.
- Gory Discretion Shot: We thankfully don't see the end result of her death via turbine, just some blood splatter.
- Turbine Blender: How she dies in the default ending when Lucina impales her with a crane hook and drops her into an industrial fan.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How Mulan kills her in the alternate ending, being stabbed through the chest and smashed through a wall.
Shantae vs. Shovel Knight
- Off with Her Head!: How she meets her end in the canon ending. Shovel Knight uses his shovel to decapitate her.
- A Tragedy of Impulsiveness: Had she simply asked Shovel Knight what he was doing outside of her house instead of immediately picking a fight with him, her death could have been avoided.
Lucario vs. Blaziken
- Heroic Sacrifice: Butterfree flies in front of Lucario to protect him from being caught in an Ultra Ball. Lucario manages to free him after the fight.
- Heroic Second Wind: After Butterfree sacrifices himself to protect Lucario from being caught by Serena's Ultraball, Lucario uses a Fightium Z to gain a powerup and curbstomp Blaziken, Weavile, and Nidoking.
- Plot Armor: Somehow wins despite, as a Steel Type, being weak to both Fighting and Fire Type.
- Super Mode: Lucario uses a Fightium Z to gain a powerup and enter a Super Mode.
- The Big Guy: Nidoking is the biggest of the three Pokemon.
- Fragile Speedster: Weavile moves and hits fast, but as soon as he gets caught he gets knocked around easily.
- Megaton Punch: In the alternate ending, Blaziken takes Lucario down with a supercharged Fire Punch, leaving it open to being caught.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: As it's still visible in the background when Lucario frees Butterfree, and that there's no indication — such as visible blood or dismemberment — of it being killed by Lucario's finishing Aura Sphere, it's implied that Blaziken was merely made to faint much like in its own series; which would make it the first character in DBX history to lose a bout, but not die.
Goku vs. Gon
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Goku suffers this in the alternate ending.
- Kamehame Hadoken: He's a user of the Kamehameha, one of the Trope Namers. In the fight, he doesn't try to directly use the Kamehameha on Gon, but rather uses it as a means of propulsion.
- Mythology Gag: The way Goku finishes off Gon in the default ending is a reference to early Dragon Ball, where Goku sends Monster Carrot to the moon using the Power Pole.
- Telescoping Staff: The Power Pole, not surprising given it's directly inspired by Journey to the West. In the default ending, his finishing blow is to use it to smash Gon into the Moon a la Monster Carrot.
- Energy Blade: Jajanken: Scissors is one of these, concentrating Nen into a blade attached to his middle and index fingers. In the alternate ending, he uses this to slice Goku in half.
- Heroes Gone Fishing: At the start of the episode, Gon is fishing.
- Lost Food Grievance: Gon attacks Goku for stealing the fish he was planning to eat.
- Megaton Punch: Jajanken: Rock is this. Gon uses it liberally throughout the fight.
- True Sight: Not by default, but Gon can use Gyo to grant this effect. He also uses it to see through Goku's Afterimage technique.
Ben 10 vs. Danny Phantom
- An Ice Person: As Big Chill.
- Attack Reflector: As Chromastone. He absorbs Danny's ecto-blasts and fires them back at him.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: As Big Chill and Nanomech.
- The Bus Came Back: One year after his defeat at the hands of Hal Jordan in Death Battle proper, Ben reappears to be pitted against Danny Phantom. It goes a lot better for him this time around.
- Disney Villain Death: Subverted. Ben survives falling from a great height as Rath, but reverts to his human form and passes out. He recovers after erasing Danny.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Danny stole his pizza. His response is to engage the halfa in a brutal fight and eventually, erase him from reality.
- Lost Food Grievance: Like Leonardo, he's motivated to attack Danny when the halfa makes off with his pizza. In contrast to Leonardo, he survives his battle, but like him, he ends up with a wasted pizza.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: As Echo Echo, he blocks Danny's Ghostly Wail with his own sonic attacks, blowing both of them backwards.
- Me's a Crowd: Also as Echo Echo. He replicates himself twice to give his sonic attacks three times more power.
- Older and Wiser: This version of Ben is 16, not 10, and he's more successful at using his powers against Danny.
- "Pop!" Goes the Human: In the alternate ending Danny successfully possesses him and then blows him up from the inside.
- Pyrrhic Victory: Played For Laughs. He succeeds in defeating Danny, but he and Alien X's two other minds can't agree on what pizza topping they prefer in time to prevent Ben's stolen pizza from hitting the pavement.
- Ret-Gone: As Alien X, Ben can do this, and he attacks Danny this way when the halfa tries overshadowing him. And in contrast to when he tried it with Green Lantern, this time Ben succeeds.
- Wrestler in All of Us: Rath, a muscular humanoid tiger specializes in this. He tries tackling Danny out of the sky with a spinning piledriver, but Danny shakes him off in mid-air. Ben still wins, though.
- Attack Backfire: After Ben falls unconscious after landing from a great height, Danny overshadows him to win the battle. Instead, he ends up getting erased by Alien X.
- Call-Back: The way he loses this fight is similar to the way Doctor Strange lost his Death Battle.
- Can't Get Away with Nuthin': He starts the fight off by stealing Ben's pizza. He ultimately loses and gets erased from reality.
- Demonic Possession: Overshadowing. After knocking Ben out, he tries to possess him to finish the fight. Unfortunately for him, Alien X's three minds agree he's unwanted, and promptly erase him in the default ending. He explodes Ben from within in the alternate ending.
- Kleptomaniac Hero: Deconstructed. He stole pizza from the wrong superhero.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: His Ghostly Wail. Ben counters it as Echo Echo.
- Oh, Crap!: Upon entering Ben's mind and realizing what Ben's going to do to him.
Kenshin vs. Law
- The Atoner: Kenshin was a skilled assassin who then regretted all the lives he took, causing him to wander his world trying to atone while taking foes down non-fatally.
- The Bus Came Back: Kenshin returns from his loss to Zoro to face off against another swordsman from One Piece. Sadly he still came out worse.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Ends up this way via Law, while Law's Room made it a non-fatal case, a chunk of ice managed to fix that.
- Master Swordsman: One of the similarities between him and Law is both of them are at their most capable with their swords.
- Ludicrous Gibs: Law is rare case of being capable of inflicting a non-lethal variant via his Room's properties and his sword. He managed to slice Kenshin in half this way in the main ending.
- Master Swordsman: Like Kenshin, Law is one of the most skilled swordsmen in his world.
- Mind over Matter: With Takt, Law can lift and throw objects with ease, usually whatever was sliced inside his Room. He uses this multiple times against Kenshin.
- Shock and Awe: Law can use Counter Shock to electrocute a foe akin to being hit with a defibulator, he uses this against Kenshin.
- Teleportation: With Shambles, Law can switch places with an object or person and even cause two objects to switch places without him. He uses this both against and on Kenshin.
Yang Xiao Long vs. Katsuki Bakugo
- The Bus Came Back: After defeating Tifa in Season 2 of Death Battle — and Bakugo himself in 1 Minute Melee — Yang returns for a rematch against Bakugo. Unfortunately for her, it proves to be Back for the Dead; ending her winning streak.
- Improvised Weapon: She punches out slates from the arena floor to use as shields and projectiles against Bakugo.
- Kill It with Fire: She dies like this in the default ending, being vaporized by a concentrated jet of flame from Bakugo's gauntlets.
- OOC Is Serious Business: Yang's shrill, agonized screams as she's burned alive by Bakugo are something a tough, tomboyish and deep-voiced ladette like her would never normally make. This makes it abundantly clear how painful her death truly is.
- Power Fist: Two of them in the form of her Ember Celica; which can best be described as gauntlets with built-in shotguns.
- The Bully: As Ringmaster notes, having the power to create explosive blasts makes him unbelievably cocky, and he picks on other schoolkids.
- The Bus Came Back: After losing to Yang in One Minute Melee, he faces off with her again, and wins this time.
- Having a Blast: What he uses his Quirk for, creating short-ranged but very powerful explosions he most often manifests through punches.
- Kill It with Fire: How he kills Yang in the default ending, burning her away to nothing with concentrated bursts of flames from his gauntlets.
- Power Fist: He also has two of these, appropriately shaped like giant hand grenades.
- Would Hit a Girl: Yet again, he goes toe-to-toe with Yang Xiao Long. And this time, he incinerates her.
X-Wing vs. Arwing
- The Bus Came Back: If Luke Skywalker's the pilot of this specific X-Wing, this will make it his second appearance in Death Battle since his triumph over Harry Potter back in Season One. Sadly, it's Back for the Dead for Luke.
- Combat Pragmatist: The pilot perches on a floating meteor to hide from the Arwing, then sneaks out and attacks it from behind.
- Cool Starship: Very much so.
- Old School Dogfight: With the Arwing.
- "X" Makes Anything Cool: The way its wings open up, hence the name.
- The Bus Came Back: Fox Mccloud last appeared in Season Two, where he killed Bucky O'Hare.
- Do a Barrel Roll: The Trope Namer.
- More Dakka: He and the X-Wing pilot open fire on one another until he finally destroys his opponent.
- Transforming Mecha: It turns into a Chicken Walker when battling on land. However, it never uses this form against the X-Wing. Doesn't need to, though.
Superman vs. Saitama
- The Bus Came Back: The Man of Steel returns after his rematch with Goku back in Death Battle Season Two and his battle with Saitama in One Minute Melee Season 3 to go for a rematch with the caped baldy. While there is a conclusion compared to OMM, it's Back for the Dead for Superman.
- Eye Beams: He tries to finish the fight by using these on Saitama. It doesn't work.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Saitama kills him in this manner by punching his Eye Beams and catching him in the backlash.
- Not a Game: His Famous Last Words before attempting to eye-beam Saitama.
- Suddenly SHOUTING!: His Famous Last Words: "This is NOT A GAME!!!"
- What the Hell, Hero?: His reason for confronting Saitama. He's caused excessive collateral damage fighting Doomsday.
- Bald of Awesome: Very much so.
- The Bus Came Back: Like Superman, Saitama returns from his prior matches with Superman and Goku to go at it again with the Man of Steel.
- Comically Invincible Hero: Oh yes. Superman can knock him around with a few blows, but Saitama ultimately still wins.
- Destructive Savior: That's why Superman's confronting him at the start.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Against Doomsday of all people, at the start of the fight. He just punches him once, and the monster goes flying.
- Good Old Fisticuffs: He uses this as his exclusive form of combat. And as Superman can attest, it works pretty well for Saitama.
- One-Hit Kill: An ability Saitama despises having due to his ridiculous strength. It pleases him that Superman can handle his attacks for most of the fight.
- Skewed Priorities: Just like in canon, Saitama cares more about the fact there is a sale than he does about killing Superman.
- Talk to the Fist: His initial response to Superman attempting to bring him in for questioning.
- Worthy Opponent: He thinks Superman is this, because he can actually withstand Saitama's punches.