Tony Stark: [Tony has just been told by a US Marshal that tomorrow he has to attend court in front of the US Armed forces committee] Show me the badge.
Happy Hogan: [to the US Marshall] He likes the badge.
U.S. Marshal: [She shows her badge] Still like it?
Tony Stark: Yeah.

Clark Kent: Thanks for giving me my job back.
Perry White: Don't thank me. Thank Norm Parker for dying!
Jimmy Olsen: It was his time

Senator Stern: Our priority here is to have you turn over the Iron Man weapon to the American people.
Tony Stark: Well, you can forget it. We're safe. America is secure. You want my property - you can't have it! But I did you a big favor.
[stands and turns to face the Senate gallery]
Tony Stark: I have successfully privatized world peace.
[He flashes the peace sign, to standing applause]

Christine Everheart: Tony Stark! Christine Everheart, Vanity Fair magazine
Tony Stark: Hi, yeah okay, go.
Christine Everheart: Mr. Stark, you've been called the Da Vinci of our time; what do you say to that?
Tony Stark: Absolutely ridiculous, I don't paint.
Christine Everheart: What do you say to your other nickname, the 'Merchant of Death'?
Tony Stark: That's not bad.

[to Captain America] He's fast she's weird.

Maria Hill

Vicki Vale: [distracting Joker] Mr. Joker, you make such beautiful things... oh, you're so powerful, and... PURPLE! Oh, I love purple.
Batman: Excuse me.
[Joker looks]
Batman: Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moon light?
[punches him]

How many "f's" in "catastrophic"?

Lois Lane

[Quoting Ernest Hemingway] There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.

Harry Hart

[while in Superman's Fortress of Solitude] You act like you've been here before.

Kitty Kowalski

Jim Rhodes: You're not a soldier.
Tony Stark: Damn right I'm not. I'm an army.

The Penguin: Check it out. We're going to disassemble the Batmobile - turn it into an H-bomb on wheels.
Catwoman: No, he'd have even more power as a martyr. To destroy Batman, we have to turn him into what he hates the most. Namely us.

Alfred Pennyworth: Miss Vale telephoned. She was rather concerned. Dare I suggest that your present course of action might only strengthen her resolve. She is quite tenacious.
Bruce Wayne: You're right about that.
Alfred Pennyworth: And if I may say so, quite special. Perhaps you could try telling her the truth.

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