* "You're the one who tried to kill the cat."
** This entire showdown with the Gotham PD under Brendon and Loeb's ill-conceived direction, ending with Batman kicking all of their collective asses, is among the highlights of the story. It is the moment that Batman changes in the public's eye from a crazy vigilante to the Dark Knight that no evildoer is a match for.
** It also boasts [[spoiler: the first (and so far, limited) appearance of Batman's sonic wave emitter summoning a swarm of bats]]. You know this is awesome when ''Film/BatmanBegins'' pitched it as one of its key scenes.
* Batman's first salvo against the mob's upper echelons also qualifies. They're sitting down to dinner, talking about how Batman isn't a threat. So far, all he's done is take down low level mooks, not something that concerns them, and that since it makes the people feel safe, they think that he might be a good thing to have around, and how the real problems are Harvey Dent and Jim Gordon. Batman proceeds to cut the lights, blow up the outer wall and give this {{Badass}} speech to the now terrified gangsters:
---> '''Batman''': Ladies. Gentlemen. You have eaten well. You have eaten Gotham's wealth. Its spirit. Your feast is nearly over. From this moment on, none of you are safe.
* Gordon gets the crap beaten out of him by a group of dirty cops. He returns the favor with his bare hands.
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