|Rap battle information|
|Appeared in||Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney|
Stephen King vs Edgar Allan Poe
Bruce Banner vs Bruce Jenner
Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton
Freddy Krueger vs Wolverine
A bald eagle
Edgar Allan Poe
Bruce Banner/The Hulk
|Release date||October 15, 2012 (Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney)|
June 2, 2014 (Stephen King vs Edgar Allan Poe)
June 29, 2016 (Bruce Banner vs Bruce Jenner)
October 26, 2016 (Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton)
April 20, 2019 (Freddy Krueger vs Wolverine)
A forest has appeared as a location in multiple Epic Rap Battles of History episodes.
Information on the location
Forests are natural biomes, identified as a large area of land covered with trees and undergrowth.
Appearances in the rap battles
- Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney: Abe Lincoln rapped in a misty forest during his verse. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney also made appearances here.
- Stephen King vs Edgar Allan Poe: Stephen King rapped against Edgar Allan Poe in a dark, moonlit forest. Poe briefly appeared here as well during the line, "Perving on your first cousin when she's thirteen years old?"
- Bruce Banner vs Bruce Jenner: The Hulk rapped in a dark forest during his verses against Caitlyn Jenner. Bruce Banner could also be seen dancing during the "Who won? Who's next? You decide!" sequence along with the Hulk.
- Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton: Abe Lincoln once again rapped in a sunset forest during his verse. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton also made appearances here.
- Freddy Krueger vs Wolverine: Wolverine could be seen rapping his first verse in a dark forest and was present there for the entirety of his comic book-appearance. Jason Voorhees and Edward Scissorhands also made their cameos appearance here, and Freddy Krueger also made a minor appearance as he is depicted as growing out of Wolverine's hands instead of the claws.
- For Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney and Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton, this is the fourth and thirteenth location, respectively, to be shared by all rappers during the battle.
- Both of these battles are about the U.S. presidential elections.
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