The Dark Knight (Crime Alley, Gotham City)

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The Dark Knight
(Crime Alley, Gotham City)
“It’s okay, Bruce…”
Thomas Wayne raised his right hand trying to reach the face of his son, but it dropped weakly, as the sign of life quickly fading away in his eyes from the blood lost. “Don’t be afraid…”
(The Wayne Manor, after Thomas Wayne and Martha Wayne’s funeral)
“It was my fault, Alfred…I made them leave the theatre. If I hadn’t gone scared...”
“No, it was nothing that you did. It was him, and him alone. You understand?”
“I miss them, Alfred, I miss them so much.”
“So do I, Master Bruce…So do I.”
(Underground Parking lot, the spot for mob’s trades)
“What gives you the right? What’s the difference between you and me?” The copycat “Batman” shouted.
“I’m not wearing hockey pads,” answered the real Batman, then he disappeared in his Batmobile.
(Bruce Wayne’s temporary secret base)
“Know your limits, Master Wayne,” said Alfred.
“Batman has no limits,” answered Bruce casually.
“Well, you do, sir.”
“Can’t afford to know them.”
(Cell of Gotham Police Office)
“To them, you’re just a freak…like me. They need you right now, but when they don’t…they’ll cast you out like a leper,” mocked the Joker.
(Bat cave, the Wayne Manor)
“You are trying to set me up with a jewel thief?” said Bruce.
“At this point, I’d set you up with a chimpanzee, if it brought you back to the world,” said Alfred.

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