How would Marvel handle this scene?

Michael Young
Michael Young

Excuse me. You ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?

How would Marvel handle this scene?

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Camden Nelson
Camden Nelson

EXCUSE ME
*farts*
PARDON ME I DID A DONALD TRUMP

Dominic Ortiz
Dominic Ortiz

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaaJyAjvajo

Luke Lewis
Luke Lewis

probably about the same way but itd either look like a tv movie or a cgi psychedelic screensaver

Evan Clark
Evan Clark

i was thinking about how brilliant that line was for capeshit and how its the only line besides the Joker’s speech in DK about people being animals and Ben’s “with great power” quote that meant anything to me. Truly an abysmal, god forsaken ridiculously vapid genre isn’t it?
how would MARBLE and DEEECEEE
handle this today? probably with a quip or body humor or some kind of sarcastic grin from bats after Joker delivered the line like a cartoon hyena from Lion King

Henry Wood
Henry Wood

Probably poorly because that scene is already perfect.

Mason Howard
Mason Howard

Batman Returns was better than Batman.

Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson

Dance off bro, me and you!

Jace Ward
Jace Ward

What about "They called me Mr. Glass"?

Wyatt Green
Wyatt Green

Kino
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wNWy3YmM3Kw

Aiden Rogers
Aiden Rogers

What's the significance of this line? Never seen the movie.

James Barnes
James Barnes

.

Landon Garcia
Landon Garcia

What's the significance of this line?
stock "badass" line to appeal to high school freshmen

Luke Thompson
Luke Thompson

I find them to be equally as good. I miss the Tim Burton Batman era.

Andrew Green
Andrew Green

This is deep for someone who just got in 3rd grade.
"wooah it's just like me and Liam, if we won't play with LEGO then who will I play with?!"

Charles Peterson
Charles Peterson

That sounds about right considering the people I've seen quoting it in real life.

Luke Bell
Luke Bell

It was a line Joker says to his victims because he thought it sounded cool. He said it to Bruce's parents when he killed them and Batman is saying it right back at him to jog his memory of that. Joker didn't remember though because he kills people all the time.

Henry Richardson
Henry Richardson

LIKE TO DANCE EH? JOKES ON YOU
*starts doing the macarena*
*batman akwardly stares at his cgi furry sidekick*

Thomas Russell
Thomas Russell

That actually does sound pretty neat and well thought out. It's too bad so many mongoloids thought they'd sound cool too by quoting it all the time.

Jeremiah Edwards
Jeremiah Edwards

Excuse me. You ever eat orange slices with the devil in the pale moonlight?

What did Joss Whedon mean by this?

Cooper Murphy
Cooper Murphy

Keaton's batman was 10/10 for aesthetics, but his bat voice is worse than Clooney's.

Ethan Cooper
Ethan Cooper

They were never friends

Elijah Bailey
Elijah Bailey

dance off, devil ..me and you

Luis Wright
Luis Wright

only 2 decent ones

Jaxon Fisher
Jaxon Fisher

KLEK

Joshua Cruz
Joshua Cruz

it still light years better than Christian "do i have throat cancer?" Bale. I'll always wonder who's idea that was Nolan or Bale, though I lean towards Bale

Nathaniel Clark
Nathaniel Clark

the problem with this scene is it only works if you read the comics, they weren't friends in the movies. I mean, they didn't hate each other, but thye weren't really friends.

Brayden Gomez
Brayden Gomez

If you kill your enemy he wins
DC is such a cuck...

John Brown
John Brown

This I can agree with

Gavin Edwards
Gavin Edwards

Was this the first capeshit quip?

Brayden Thompson
Brayden Thompson

"It's called a dance-off!"

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