Like with series, sometimes the companies deserve credit too, including the productions that most of the Death Battle combatants are from (with the exceptions of Justin Bieber, Rebecca Black and Chuck Norris because they are real life people), and here they are in Death Battle Episode order:
Note: Bold characters are victors, Italic characters means they've fought twice, characters with '*' symbols next to their name have won twice or survived more than once and characters two '*' symbols means they have undecided fates (their battle has not been released yet).
- Disney: Goliath, Scrooge McDuck
- Nintendo: Samus Aran*, Fox McCloud, Kirby
- Capcom: Mike Haggar, Felicia, Strider Hiryu
- Warner Bros: Harry Potter, Lion-O
- Image: Spawn
- Bandai Namco: Dig Dug, Gundam Epyon
- Shueisha: Ichigo Kurosaki, Jotaro Kujo, Kenshiro
- Sega: Segata Sanshiro, Bayonetta
- id Software: Doomguy
- Mattel: He-Man
- Tecmo: Ryu Hayabusa
- Paramount: The Terminator
- Toho: Godzilla
- Kadokawa: Gamera
- Hakusensha, Inc.: Guts
- Ubisoft: Sam Fisher
- Blizzard Entertainment: Tracer
- Valve: The Scout
- Onipress: Ramona Flowers
- Yacht Club Games: Shovel Knight
- Toei Animation: Voltron Lion Force
- United States Forest Service: Smokey Bear
- National Crime Prevention Council: McGruff the Crime Dog
- Disney and Warner Bros. tie for the highest number of Death Battle victors with 12 with Rogue, Luke Skywalker, Thor, Spider-Man, Deadpool, Iron Man, Goliath, Doctor Doom, Hawkeye, Scrooge McDuck, Venom and Black Panther for Disney and Superman, Shao Kahn, Batman, Scorpion, The Flash, The Joker, Sonya Blade, Doomsday, Sub-Zero, Wonder Woman, Batman Beyond and Raven for Warner Bros.
- Capcom has the highest number of losers with 12 with Mike Haggar, Felicia, Chun-Li, Dr. Wily, M. Bison, Ryu, Dan Hibiki, Mega Man, Cammy White, Ken Masters, Balrog and Vergil.
- Disney and Warner Bros. tie for the second highest number of losers with 11 with Boba Fett, Captain America, Beast, Darth Vader, Wolverine, Quicksilver, The Hulk, Captain Marvel, Silver Samurai, Thor and Spider-Man 2099 for Disney and Shang Tsung, Wonder Woman, Harry Potter, Raiden, Batman, Lion-O, Sektor, Deathstroke, Lex Luthor, Green Arrow and Bane for Warner Bros.
- Disney has the highest amount of combatants with 22 combatants with Boba Fett, Rogue, Luke Skywalker, Thor, Spider-Man, Captain America, Deadpool, Iron Man, Beast, Goliath, Darth Vader, Doctor Doom, Wolverine, Hawkeye, Quicksilver, The Hulk, Scrooge McDuck, Venom, Captain Marvel, Silver Samurai, Spider-Man 2099 and Black Panther.
- Nintendo and Warner Bros. tie for the second highest amount of combatants with 21 with Samus Aran, Goomba, Koopa Troopa, Yoshi, Mario, Princess Zelda, Princess Peach, Link, Pikachu, Fox McCloud, Luigi, Venusaur, Blastoise, Charizard, Kirby, Donkey Kong, Red, Bowser, Ganondorf, Mewtwo and Lucario for Nintendo and Shang Tsung, Wonder Woman, Harry Potter, Raiden, Batman, Superman, Lion-O, Shao Kahn, Sektor, Scorpion, Deathstroke, Lex Luthor, Green Arrow, The Flash, The Joker, Sonya Blade, Doomsday, Bane, Sub-Zero, Batman Beyond and Raven for Warner Bros.
- Disney, Nintendo, Capcom, Warner Bros, Sony, Shueisha and Sega are the only companies to have been represented in every season.