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19th Oct '17 9:45:51 AM SeanMurrayI
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* ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' occasionally does this.

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18th Oct '17 12:34:49 PM DaibhidC
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%% * Franchise/{{Superman}}, [[TheCape surprisingly]], has done this.

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%% * Franchise/{{Superman}}, [[TheCape surprisingly]], has done this.
16th Oct '17 9:21:40 AM SeanMurrayI
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* In a tie-in comic for ''Series/Supergirl2015'', Supergirl grabs villain Facet, takes her to the edge of the atmosphere and demands answers. When Facet fails to give them, Kara lets her drop (she was invulnerable so no real damage done).

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* In a tie-in comic for the TV series ''Series/Supergirl2015'', Supergirl grabs villain Facet, takes her to the edge of the atmosphere and demands answers. When Facet fails to give them, Kara lets her drop (she was invulnerable so no real damage done).
16th Oct '17 9:21:04 AM SeanMurrayI
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* In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'', ComicBook/Batgirl grabs Harley Quinn, starts her JetPack up and takes her over the city to interrogate her.

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* In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'', ComicBook/Batgirl Batgirl grabs Harley Quinn, starts her JetPack up and takes her over the city to interrogate her.her.
* In a tie-in comic for ''Series/Supergirl2015'', Supergirl grabs villain Facet, takes her to the edge of the atmosphere and demands answers. When Facet fails to give them, Kara lets her drop (she was invulnerable so no real damage done).
-->'''Supergirl:''' But here's the thing about messing with people who can fly when you can't... They choose how you land.



* ''Series/Supergirl2015'': In a tie-in comic, Supergirl grabs villain Facet, takes her to the edge of the atmosphere and demands answers. When Facet fails to give them, Kara lets her drop (she was invulnerable so no real damage done).
-->'''Supergirl:''' But here's the thing about messing with people who can fly when you can't... They choose how you land.
16th Oct '17 9:19:45 AM SeanMurrayI
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* ''Series/Supergirl2015'': In a tie-in comic, Supergirl grabs villain Facet, takes her to the edge of the atmosphere and demands answers. When Facet fails to give them, Kara lets her drop (she was invulnerable so no real damage done).
-->'''Supergirl:''' But here's the thing about messing with people who can fly when you can't... They choose how you land.


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* ''Series/Supergirl2015'': In a tie-in comic, Supergirl grabs villain Facet, takes her to the edge of the atmosphere and demands answers. When Facet fails to give them, Kara lets her drop (she was invulnerable so no real damage done).
-->'''Supergirl:''' But here's the thing about messing with people who can fly when you can't... They choose how you land.
16th Oct '17 9:18:09 AM SeanMurrayI
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* In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'', ComicBook/{{Batgirl}} grabs Harley Quinn, starts her JetPack up and takes her over the city to interrogate her.



* Franchise/{{Superman}}, [[TheCape surprisingly]], has done this.

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%% * Franchise/{{Superman}}, [[TheCape surprisingly]], has done this.


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* In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'', ComicBook/Batgirl grabs Harley Quinn, starts her JetPack up and takes her over the city to interrogate her.
15th Oct '17 9:01:00 AM lillolillo
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* ComicBook/TheFlash once did this to a mook. The mook taunted that Flash was trying to copy Batman, but Flash drops him, uses his superspeed to catch him, and then continues dangling him.
* ComicBook/SpiderMan occasionally does this.

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* ComicBook/TheFlash ''Franchise/TheFlash'' once did this to a mook. The mook taunted that Flash was trying to copy Batman, but Flash drops him, uses his superspeed to catch him, and then continues dangling him.
* ComicBook/SpiderMan In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'', ComicBook/{{Batgirl}} grabs Harley Quinn, starts her JetPack up and takes her over the city to interrogate her.
* ''Franchise/SpiderMan''
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* ''Series/Supergirl2015'': In a tie-in comic, Supergirl grabs villain Facet, takes her to the edge of the atmosphere and demands answers. When Facet fails to give them, Kara lets her drop (she was invulnerable so no real damage done).
-->'''Supergirl:''' But here's the thing about messing with people who can fly when you can't... They choose how you land.
31st Aug '17 6:31:42 AM SeanMurrayI
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* In Creator/TimBurton's original ''Film/{{Batman}}'' movie, Batman does this to a {{Bit Part Bad Guy|s}} at the beginning of the film. Interestingly for a trope that generally works as a death threat, just before Batman holds the guy over the edge of the building, he tells the mook, "I'm not going to kill you."

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* ** In Creator/TimBurton's original ''Film/{{Batman}}'' movie, Batman does this to a {{Bit Part Bad Guy|s}} at the beginning of the film. Interestingly for a trope that generally works as a death threat, just before Batman holds the guy over the edge of the building, he tells the mook, "I'm not going to kill you."
31st Aug '17 12:16:03 AM randomtroper89
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** In Creator/TimBurton's original ''Film/{{Batman}}'' movie, Batman does this to a {{Bit Part Bad Guy|s}} at the beginning of the film. Interestingly for a trope that generally works as a death threat, just before Batman holds the guy over the edge of the building, he tells the mook, "I'm not going to kill you."

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** * In Creator/TimBurton's original ''Film/{{Batman}}'' movie, Batman does this to a {{Bit Part Bad Guy|s}} at the beginning of the film. Interestingly for a trope that generally works as a death threat, just before Batman holds the guy over the edge of the building, he tells the mook, "I'm not going to kill you."
24th Aug '17 6:19:08 PM SSJMagus
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** {{Subverted|Trope}} and {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''Film/TheDarkKnight''; Maroni casually tells Batman that a fall wouldn't kill him, so Batman drops him and breaks his legs, making it JackBauerInterrogationTechnique. And Maroni doesn't tell him anything ''anyway'', because [[TheMobBossISScarier he's not going to rat out The Joker for anyone]], least of all Batman. "We're on to you," he says. "You've got rules. The Joker ''has'' no rules."

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** {{Subverted|Trope}} and {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''Film/TheDarkKnight''; Maroni casually tells Batman that a fall wouldn't kill him, so him. Batman retorts that he's counting on it, then drops him and breaks his legs, making it JackBauerInterrogationTechnique. And Maroni doesn't tell him anything ''anyway'', because [[TheMobBossISScarier he's not going to rat out The Joker for anyone]], least of all Batman. "We're on to you," he says. "You've got rules. The Joker ''has'' no rules."
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