who will win?
Spider-Man. In civil war they already showed Spider-Man being too fast for Mr. Fantastic to react to it. Plus Mr. Fantastic is smarter than Spider-Man but as huge of a difference as most may thing. Plus I think Spidey is smarter when it comes to battling. It would be an awosme fight though.
They showed it in Civil-War. Spider-man was dodging Mr. Fantastic way too quickly, he wasn't even able to react fast enough. Mr. Fantastic was like "Spectacular..." and got knocked the crap out of. You got to remember, Mr. Fantastic's strength isn't as high as Spider-man's. It would take Spidey a lot less punches to land than Mr. Fantastic.
"Mr. Fantastic gets a beatdown"
That's what I was thinking as well. Unless we allow mr fantastic a lot of time to prepare his brains won't matter too much. It would be hard for Spiderman to lay down some good hits, but I just don't see of a way for Mr. Fantastic to lay a hand on the web slinger.
Ms. Invisible says:
"Couldn't Mr. Fantastic stretch himself out to soften the blows of Spidey? He could envelope Spider-Man in his body for all we know."He could do that given that he has time to react. But in the Civil War, Spidey jump across 4 guys I belive punching and kicking them and Mr. F didn't have time to react.
Spiderman is far stronger. than Mr Fantatsic, who only really has just above average normal human strength.
Spiderman could also simply outlast him as his endurance is many times that of Mr Fantastic.
Spideman is a far more experienced fighter but it is true that Mr fantastic does use his power inventively.
Mr Fantastic's pliable body does reduce the impact damage of blows a lot though.
Mr Fantastics only hope is to engulf Spiderman and suffocate him but Spidey may be fast enough to dodge a an area attack like this.
If Reed has prep than he could probably think of a strategy or build something to beat spidey's ass
if it was a random encounter, i'd have to say spidey
Yea but the OP didn't specify so according to the rules we have to assume no prep.
Some one needs to post some reed scans...I'm positive that spider-man 1 shotting him was a low showing. Reed it pretty tough to ko to my understanding due to his stretching abilities. My understanding is spider-man can only win if we are using current spider-man with the ice pellets.
Reed wins. That fight in Civil War was garbage. A kick from Spidey should not phase Reed. Reed would literally roll with every punch. Webbing him won't work because Reed can increase, decrease his size and move fast enough that webbing wouldn't help. Reed has plenty of strength. On many occasions he was strong enough to hold back an enraged Thing.
@ms__invisible: yes soften the blows of spideys kicks and punches but they are going to stink a bit how many times in day can you be stunk by a bee in a day and not pass out ?
Mr fantastics intelligence will not help him at all in this figth unless he has prep .. Wolverine isnt exactley ivy league material if you get me
@pooty: The only way reed can roll with all the punches or kicks that Spiderman throws it if a Spiderman tells them exactly where is going to hit him
Incorrect. Civil War proves your statement to be false. Reed's neck instantly stretched when spiderman kicked him. Reed has taken punches from Namor and has restrained the the Thing. Spidey isn't putting him down.
I'm gonna go with Peter. While Reed is clearly the more intelligence I've gotta say Peter's battlefield awareness and ability to think while on his feet has been shown to be far more effective. While I do think Reed has the superior powers I've gotta be honest he use of his powers to be quite honest a pretty predictable.
@bones309: I recall 2 occasions where Reed and Pete locked horns. The first time was in Amazing Spider-Man #1 where Reed tried incapacitate Pete (who was just getting used to his powers) but got completely owned by Pete's Spider-Sense causing The Thing to ram into him. And the other time I think was during the secret or civil war and Pete basically knocked him out with a single punch with Reed simply saying "Amazing".