Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold
When Batman and Mystery Inc. were framed for the theft of Isotope 29, they were forced to evade the other members of the Mystery Analysts of Gotham. Scooby-Doo, who ended up driving the Mystery Machine due to their hurried escape from Arkham Cemetery, drove into No Man's Land. He first crashed into an alley where Bane and Blockbuster cornered them until he and Shaggy tricked them so they could escape. A short time later, Scooby crashed into a pool hall that served as a gathering spot for criminals and the underworld. Batman then took over the wheel of the Mystery Machine and drove them out of No Man's Land when Joker, Penguin, and several other villains began chasing them in the Jokermobile and Penguinmobile.
- In the original depiction within DC Comics in 1999 and following reinterpretations in other media, the term "No Man's Land" is declared for the entire city, which calls for an evacuation, originally caused by an earthquake, opposed to the depiction of it in the Brave and the Bold film, where only a portion is no man's land for comedic purposes.