But it's true. And Exhibit A is tonight's round of Friday Night Fights: Free For All, where the Caped Crusader takes down none other than the Incredible Hulk!
Tonight's display of Dark Knight dominance comes from 1981's Batman Vs. The Incredible Hulk, written by Len Wein and illustrated by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez and Dick Giordano. Tonight's fight music is Neal Hefti's original "Batman" theme song.
Synopsis: The Joker and his gang attempt to steal an experimental gamma gun from Wayne Research, where Bruce Banner happens to be working under an assumed name. Banner attempts to set off an alarm and gets jumped by the Joker's men, which provokes him to get upset and turn into you-know-who. Then Bats shows up.
Leave it to the Joker to manipulate the Hulk's confusion to his advantage:
If this were me, my strategy would consist entirely of running away and yelling "Superman!! HELP!!" at the top of my lungs. But that's not how the Batman rolls, and so...
...which, unsurprisingly, doesn't work.
Nor does his attempt to stay out of range.
Wait, it can't be that easy, can it?
Oh, yes, it can!