If you've ever wondered who'd win in a fight between Spider-Man and Batman, an incident in Texas suggests the hero with arachnid powers would have the upper hand.
Poteet resident Annette Guajardo was leaving for work Wednesday when she noticed a bat trapped in a garden spider's web. Assuming the flying rodent would soon extract itself from the sticky situation, she went on her way. But when Guajardo got home, the bat was still there -- half-eaten and dead.
Entomologist Matt Bertone says while garden spiders have been known to eat larger insects and a few small animals, bats aren't usually on their menu.
Here is a classic from 11 years ago which really is a good example of how this goes down.