In the black corner... it's Batman and Wonder Woman, written by Bob Haney and drawn by Jim Aparo, Brave and the Bold #105, Play Now... Die Later!
In the orange corner... we have the Thing and Daredevil, written by Marv Wolfman and Roger Slifer, and drawn by Ron Wilson and Jim Mooney, Marvel Two-in-One #38, Thing Behind Prison Bars.
... DING DING DING!
Bruce Wayne is a regular at a fancy Spanish restaurant in the heart of Spanish Gotham, a neighborhood called Las Pampas. That's where his life intersects that of the beautiful Conchita Vasquez, a young woman from the Mission Impossible country of San Sebastian. Her old chaperone Pillar refuses Wayne's offer of a drive home, but when violence erupts on the street, the crone faints and Conchita gets her in the car, grateful that Bruce waved the thugs off. He lets Alfred take them to a hospital without him because, you know, Gotham, and gun battles.
The Thing is in jail at the start of the story, but not for long. He's still breaking stuff left and right, like his bed, and the wall, and a newspaper...
And Conchita's new chaperone will be... the mod Diana Prince of the early 70s! The white-clad fashionista (she actually gets the job with fashion tips!) "saunters saucily" into our story with a very weird Bob Haney addition - an Amazon guardian angel!
Matt Murdock is so pissed his client is being railroaded towards a "guilty" verdict, he literally snaps...
So who IS the big bad at the end of this story? Well, not Stone the accuser, who turns out to be a super-strong android who apparently runs a stolen car detailing service on the side and can rip hydraulic lifts out of his garage floor!
Odds vs. Ends
From Brave and the Bold:
From Marvel Two-in-One:
Farewells and Scoring
I didn't think he'd pull it out with Wonder Woman's strong performance, but Daredevil inches in front 22 to 21! That's another close call, and Ben closes the gap even further, with the Batman still in the lead 7 engagements to 6! Next: The theme is Green!