History Quotes / DeathTrap

19th Oct '17 11:31:23 AM lillolillo
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-->-- Review of TNT #1: The Madness Begins from [[http://craneshot.blogspot.com.au/2007/08/what-ive-been-reading.html Johnny LaRue's Crane Shot]]

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-->-- Review of TNT #1: The Madness Begins from [[http://craneshot.blogspot.com.au/2007/08/what-ive-been-reading.html Johnny LaRue's Crane Shot]]Shot]]

->Laser hallway. How cliché. What's next, the floor is lava? A room filled with sharks?
-->-- '''ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}''', ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage''

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23rd Feb '17 2:11:40 AM JackG
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->''Twin's job is to infiltrate the underground hideout of a scientist named Michelangelo Piran who can create petroleum from water and kill him. Unfortunately, Piran is guarded by the world's most elaborate deathtrap--seven full stages far beyond anyone's most perverse nightmares. Not only is Twin forced to traverse--completely nude--across a scorpion pit, a greenhouse filled with poisonous plants, an acid bath, a red-hot burning tunnel, a ladder made of razor blades, a bath of warm rotting flesh, and a pitch-black room filled with ninjas (!), but he is ultimately forced into the most bizarre game of checkers ever created. Six games on an giant board filled with colored lights. On the other side are forty nude women, all either violently psychotic or mentally retarded, each in a separate cage. Whenever Twin loses a game or is forced to crown Piran (who is playing electronically from a hidden location), one cage opens, and Twin has only a few minutes to bring her to orgasm or else he dies. Twin loses every game against the genius Piran, but since he manages to successfully screw all of the women into normalcy, he is allowed to live and face his opponent.''

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->''Twin's job is to infiltrate the underground hideout of a scientist named Michelangelo Piran who can create petroleum from water and kill him. Unfortunately, Piran is guarded by the world's most elaborate deathtrap--seven deathtrap -- seven full stages far beyond anyone's most perverse nightmares. Not only is Twin forced to traverse--completely nude--across traverse -- completely nude -- across a scorpion pit, a greenhouse filled with poisonous plants, an acid bath, a red-hot burning tunnel, a ladder made of razor blades, a bath of warm rotting flesh, and a pitch-black room filled with ninjas (!), but he is ultimately forced into the most bizarre game of checkers ever created. Six games on an giant board filled with colored lights. On the other side are forty nude women, all either violently psychotic or mentally retarded, each in a separate cage. Whenever Twin loses a game or is forced to crown Piran (who is playing electronically from a hidden location), one cage opens, and Twin has only a few minutes to bring her to orgasm or else he dies. Twin loses every game against the genius Piran, but since he manages to successfully screw all of the women into normalcy, he is allowed to live and face his opponent.''
23rd Feb '17 2:11:10 AM JackG
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-->-- '''Mephisto the Mentalist''', ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''

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-->-- '''Mephisto the Mentalist''', ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''

->''Twin's job is to infiltrate the underground hideout of a scientist named Michelangelo Piran who can create petroleum from water and kill him. Unfortunately, Piran is guarded by the world's most elaborate deathtrap--seven full stages far beyond anyone's most perverse nightmares. Not only is Twin forced to traverse--completely nude--across a scorpion pit, a greenhouse filled with poisonous plants, an acid bath, a red-hot burning tunnel, a ladder made of razor blades, a bath of warm rotting flesh, and a pitch-black room filled with ninjas (!), but he is ultimately forced into the most bizarre game of checkers ever created. Six games on an giant board filled with colored lights. On the other side are forty nude women, all either violently psychotic or mentally retarded, each in a separate cage. Whenever Twin loses a game or is forced to crown Piran (who is playing electronically from a hidden location), one cage opens, and Twin has only a few minutes to bring her to orgasm or else he dies. Twin loses every game against the genius Piran, but since he manages to successfully screw all of the women into normalcy, he is allowed to live and face his opponent.''
-->-- Review of TNT #1: The Madness Begins from [[http://craneshot.blogspot.com.au/2007/08/what-ive-been-reading.html Johnny LaRue's Crane Shot]]
23rd Jun '16 6:35:38 AM Schol-R-LEA
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->ďThere are three reasons to put someone into a death trap: to delay someone you donít wanna kill while you take care of some business, to scare someone, or to kill them. The bit about heroes escaping from the death trap at the last second? That was usually just that the villain in question wanted to keep someone really busy for a couple of hours without actually killing them. So, you tie their girlfriend to a log and run it through the sawmill, a classic old melodrama bit. The point being, at the crucial moment, whoever youíre targeting has better things to do than fuck with you. As for scaring people - well, there are people, mostly snotty rich kids and middle class matron types, who just donít GET that they can be hurt, that people would actually pull out a gun and SHOOT them. So, you throw a scare into them. You put them into the classic death trap, and arrange for someone to save them at the last minute. Mind you, itís crucial that they donít save themselves. Someone ELSE has to save them. It puts the fear of GOD into them. It works a lot betterín just shooting Ďem, because theyíre helpless and they can see it coming. And lastly, as for just killing them? Why not just pull out a gun and shoot them? Well, mostly thatís a matter of making a statement. He died of a gunshot? That could be almost anyone, itís almost boring. Heís ripped into a thousand shreds? Heís torn limb from limb by a lion? Heís sliced in two lengthwise? Now, THAT makes a statement! And, if you do it right, you can establish an alibi for yourself when it happens. [... A]ll those Ďnear-escapesí that you keep hearing about? That was the Hays Office version. In real life, we supervillains played for keeps. One of the reasons why there were so many short-lived superheroes was that they were literally '''short-lived'''."
-->-- '''Mephisto the Mentalist'', ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''

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->ďThere ->''ďThere are three reasons to put someone into a death trap: to delay someone you donít wanna kill while you take care of some business, to scare someone, or to kill them. The bit about heroes escaping from the death trap at the last second? That was usually just that the villain in question wanted to keep someone really busy for a couple of hours without actually killing them. So, you tie their girlfriend to a log and run it through the sawmill, a classic old melodrama bit. The point being, at the crucial moment, whoever youíre targeting has better things to do than fuck with you. As for scaring people - well, there are people, mostly snotty rich kids and middle class matron types, who just donít GET that they can be hurt, that people would actually pull out a gun and SHOOT them. So, you throw a scare into them. You put them into the classic death trap, and arrange for someone to save them at the last minute. Mind you, itís crucial that they donít save themselves. Someone ELSE has to save them. It puts the fear of GOD into them. It works a lot betterín just shooting Ďem, because theyíre helpless and they can see it coming. And lastly, as for just killing them? Why not just pull out a gun and shoot them? Well, mostly thatís a matter of making a statement. He died of a gunshot? That could be almost anyone, itís almost boring. Heís ripped into a thousand shreds? Heís torn limb from limb by a lion? Heís sliced in two lengthwise? Now, THAT makes a statement! And, if you do it right, you can establish an alibi for yourself when it happens. [... A]ll those Ďnear-escapesí that you keep hearing about? That was the Hays Office version. In real life, we supervillains played for keeps. One of the reasons why there were so many short-lived superheroes was that they were literally '''short-lived'''."
"''
-->-- '''Mephisto the Mentalist'', Mentalist''', ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''
23rd Jun '16 6:33:32 AM Schol-R-LEA
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-->-- '''Mr. Chairman''', ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunesBackInAction''

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-->-- '''Mr. Chairman''', ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunesBackInAction''''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunesBackInAction''

->ďThere are three reasons to put someone into a death trap: to delay someone you donít wanna kill while you take care of some business, to scare someone, or to kill them. The bit about heroes escaping from the death trap at the last second? That was usually just that the villain in question wanted to keep someone really busy for a couple of hours without actually killing them. So, you tie their girlfriend to a log and run it through the sawmill, a classic old melodrama bit. The point being, at the crucial moment, whoever youíre targeting has better things to do than fuck with you. As for scaring people - well, there are people, mostly snotty rich kids and middle class matron types, who just donít GET that they can be hurt, that people would actually pull out a gun and SHOOT them. So, you throw a scare into them. You put them into the classic death trap, and arrange for someone to save them at the last minute. Mind you, itís crucial that they donít save themselves. Someone ELSE has to save them. It puts the fear of GOD into them. It works a lot betterín just shooting Ďem, because theyíre helpless and they can see it coming. And lastly, as for just killing them? Why not just pull out a gun and shoot them? Well, mostly thatís a matter of making a statement. He died of a gunshot? That could be almost anyone, itís almost boring. Heís ripped into a thousand shreds? Heís torn limb from limb by a lion? Heís sliced in two lengthwise? Now, THAT makes a statement! And, if you do it right, you can establish an alibi for yourself when it happens. [... A]ll those Ďnear-escapesí that you keep hearing about? That was the Hays Office version. In real life, we supervillains played for keeps. One of the reasons why there were so many short-lived superheroes was that they were literally '''short-lived'''."
-->-- '''Mephisto the Mentalist'', ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''
26th Apr '16 6:27:04 AM Trogdor7620
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-- WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold - [[MusicalEpisode Mayhem Of]] TheMusicMeister!

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-- WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold - [[MusicalEpisode Mayhem Of]] TheMusicMeister!TheMusicMeister!

->''"Here is your father [[ChainedToARailway tied up on the tracks,]] and here is the train of death right on schedule. You see Mr. Drake, if the train of death doesn't kill your father, then maybe those [[StuffBlowingUp crates of TNT]] will, not to mention the [[AnvilOnHead two ton anvil hanging over his head]], and... Oh, and look there's the [[AnAxeToGrind pendulum of doom]]! What's the [[DoomyDoomsOfDoom pendulum of doom]] doing there? I did not order the [[RuleOfThree pendulum of doom]]! That's overkill, get rid of it!"''
-->-- '''Mr. Chairman''', ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunesBackInAction''
1st Jun '15 9:13:35 PM Angeldeb82
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'''Batman''': Was the singing really necessary?

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'''Batman''': Was the singing really necessary?necessary?\\
1st Jun '15 9:13:07 PM Angeldeb82
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No encore for you this time, Batman! And I'm afraid it's closing night for my little birdie, too. A shame; we could have made such sweet music! But now the world awaits my final number... and I shouldn't keep them!

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No encore for you this time, Batman! Franchise/{{Batman}}! And I'm afraid it's closing night for my little birdie, too. A shame; we could have made such sweet music! But now the world awaits my final number... and I shouldn't keep them!


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''[Batman and Black Canary escape]''\\
'''Batman''': Was the singing really necessary?
1st Jun '15 9:11:00 PM Angeldeb82
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-- ''AustinPowers, International Man of Mystery''

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-- ''AustinPowers, ''Film/AustinPowers, International Man of Mystery''



'''Ricochet:''' [[NoKillLikeOverkill Anythin' worth doin' is worth overdoin.']]\\

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'''Ricochet:''' [[NoKillLikeOverkill [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill Anythin' worth doin' is worth overdoin.']]\\



--> For a [[SuperHero super sap]]
--> DeathTrap,

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--> For a [[SuperHero super sap]]
sap]]!
--> DeathTrap,DeathTrap!



--> Death trap!♫"

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--> Death trap!♫"
trap!♫"\\
\\
No encore for you this time, Batman! And I'm afraid it's closing night for my little birdie, too. A shame; we could have made such sweet music! But now the world awaits my final number... and I shouldn't keep them!



--> Final nightcap,
--> DeathTrap,

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--> Final nightcap,
nightcap!
--> DeathTrap,
DeathTrap!



--> It's a dirt nap,
--> DeathTrap,
--> DeathTrap,

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--> It's a dirt nap,
nap!
--> DeathTrap,
DeathTrap!
--> DeathTrap,DeathTrap!
17th Feb '15 12:25:46 AM jormis29
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-- "Do Over", ''TransformersShatteredGlass''


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-- "Do Over", ''TransformersShatteredGlass''

''ComicBook/TransformersShatteredGlass''

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