Ten Batman Crossovers We Want to See After Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Who should the Dark Knight face next after he beats the ninjas in a half-shell?

The new Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie is about to explode onto the scene this week.  We couldn’t be more excited to see these two franchises come together.  For anyone who grew up in the early ’90s, this is a crossover that is beyond imagination.  We just had to wait 25+ years to watch these two cartoons come together and share the screen.

With all of the excitement, we couldn’t help but put together this wish list of other Batman crossovers that we would love to see adapted into a movie.  Some of the characters on this list have collided with the Dark Knight before in some sort of comic adaptation.  Others are just added as part of our dream team-ups based on other great animated shows.  Let us know if there are any other Batman mashups that you’d like to be the next film.  Here are our top ten crossovers that we think just need to happen:


Batman vs Judge Dredd


Judge Dredd may have bombed at the box office more than once, but the comic books are another story.  First appearing in 1977, Judge Dredd has developed quite the fanbase with many comic titles throughout the decades.  He had even crossed paths with the Dark Knight before when Batman was mysteriously transported to Mega-City One.  In fact, Dredd even managed to get Batman behind bars before Scarecrow, and Judge Death begin to cause havoc.  Watching Batman face Dredd’s unique brand of justice would make for an excellent film.

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