Comic Book Quotes
[Dick tries to open a door in Wayne Manor, but it won't budge]
Alfred Pennyworth: May I help you, Master Grayson?
Dick Grayson: How come this is the only locked door in this museum? What do you have back here?
Alfred Pennyworth: Master Wayne's dead wives. The silver closet on your way.
Alfred Pennyworth: Master Bruce. Master Bruce. How are you, young man?
Bruce Wayne: You haven't called me that for a long time.
Alfred Pennyworth: Old habits die hard. Are you all right?
Bruce Wayne: Where's Chase?
Alfred Pennyworth: I'm afraid they've already taken Dr. Meridian. Master Dick has run away. The cave has been destroyed. And there is another riddle.
Alfred Pennyworth: I'm sorry to bother you, sir. But I have some rather distressing news about Master Dick.
Bruce Wayne: What? Is he all right?
Alfred Pennyworth: I'm afraid Master Dick has, uhm, gone traveling.
Bruce Wayne: He ran away?
Alfred Pennyworth: Actually, he took the car.
Bruce Wayne: He boosted the Jag?
Alfred Pennyworth: No, sir. Not the Jaguar. The other car.
Bruce Wayne: The Bentley?
Alfred Pennyworth: No, sir! The *other car*.
I guess we're all two people.Batman
YOU SUNK MY BATTLE SHIP!The Riddler
The Riddler: Why? Why can't I kill you? Too many questions. Too many questions.
Batman: Poor Edward. I had to save them both. You see, I'm both Bruce Wayne and Batman, not because I have to be, now, because I choose to be.
This is your brain on the box. This is my brain on the box. Does anybody else feel like a fried egg?The Riddler
Let's see if you bleed green.Two-Face
Two-Face: Don't worry people, no need for alarm, it's just a good-old fashioned, low-tech stick up! We're interested in the basics: cash, jewelry, cellular telephones. Just hand them over nicely, and no one will be hurt.
[are trying to sink Robin's boat]
Two Face: B12!
The Riddler: Hit! And my favorite vitamin might I add.
I simply love what you've done with the place. Heavy Metal meets House and Garden.The Riddler
Broken wings mend in time. One day Robin will fly again. I promise.Alfred Pennyworth