In the black corner... it's Batman and the Flash, written by Bob Haney and drawn by Bob Brown and Nick Cardy, Brave and the Bold #99, "The Man Who Murdered the Past!"
In the orange corner... we have the Thing and Invisible Girl (plus a couple of Spider-Women), written by Marv Wolfman and drawn by Ron Wilson and Pablo Marcos, Marvel Two-in-One #32, And Only the Invisible Girl Can Save Us Now!
... DING DING DING!
Keep in mind that this is Bob Haney's Earth-B-minus Batman. Keep it well in mind. Because in this story, the Bat feels compelled to return to the Wayne family summer home on an island in New England, and because he forgot to bring a change of clothes, rents the place out in full costume. Cue flashbacks to happier days, but more importantly, this clearly abandoned house is where he keeps his parents' ashes. Wait--whaaat?! What about all those cemetery scenes we've suffered over the years? Like I said: Earth. B. Minus. And the place is haunted by more than childhood memories. Batman soon finds himself possessed by a Portuguese harpooner, providing us with amazing panels to post out of context somewhere:
Ben Grimm proves in this issue that he'll do anything to protect his monstrous girlfriend from all comers.
Ben calls the cavalry, i.e. the Baxter Building (because the FF can cross the Atlantic in a nick of time?) and no one answers. When Sue comes out of the shower (or something), she finally picks up the phone and shows up in due course. Oh how I hate how she was written for the first two decades of her existence.
Before we get to Hydra, Chauncy and Trevor are still around. They've found their treasure, printing plates with which to counterfeit WWII era pounds sterling, and Chauncy is all about careful spending and not upsetting the economy, turning himself into a billionaire over time. It's an older man's crime, for sure. And then they both get sucked into the box.
Odds vs. Ends
From Brave and the Bold:
-Thomas Wayne needs his own score here. In Haney's fevered mind, he's not so much a doctor as he is a scientist and an occultist! But he's also a boring dad who's super into fish nomenclature. +3 Bat-points -1 Bat-point = +2 Bat-points
From Marvel Two-in-One:
Farewells and Scoring
Friendly farewell: Good enough friends that the Flash can suggest Batman get some psychiatric help, and Batman can act like it's a joke, haha. But the real farewell is to his parents' ghosts.
Unfriendly farewell: As has become usual, the guest-stars don't tell Ben goodbye (still around or disappear into the background), but the city of London is sure ready to!
This race isn't even close! Flash 22, Invisible Girl 12. Two-in-One timidly limps to that finish, giving Brave and the Bold an even greater lead, 5-2 after 7 rounds. And B&B is celebrating its 100th issue anniversary next time. Hard times.