Quotes / Terror Hero

The Doctor: It's just a nightmare, Reinette, don't worry. Everyone has nightmares. Even monsters under the bed have nightmares.
Reinette: What do monsters have nightmares about?
The Doctor: Me.
Doctor Who, "The Girl in the Fireplace"

Taylor: I'm a good guy.
Armsmaster: You don't look like one.
Worm

I didn’t have to give a response. Fear was a tool I could use, here, and I could achieve that through uncertainty and the unknown.

I’d been thinking of Jack Slash before, but now I was thinking of Bakuda. She’d been the first one to introduce me to that concept.
Skitter reflects on the lessons she's learned, Worm

Imp: “Here’s an idea; let’s change the topic. Like, say, it’s kind of nice to see you returning to form, boss.”
Weaver: Form?
Imp: “Creep factor a thousand. You’re just standing there, and you shouldn’t be upright, with the way your arm is, but you are because of that flight pack, you’re not looking at anyone you talk to, not even opening your mouth. And when you’re talking, you don’t pause for breath or anything and there’s no emotion in your voice. I’d almost think you bit it, and your ghost lives on in the swarrrrmm.
Weaver: “I’m alive."
Imp: “Right. But you look dead, and that’s creepy, and that’s good, because creepy reminds me of old Skitter. Old Skitter was cool.
Worm

If we are to survive, a new balance must be found. In normal times, evil would be fought by good. But in times like these, well, it should be fought by another kind of evil.
Opening narration to The Chronicles of Riddick

When the mugger or the thief stops to think twice: that is fear. That is what I am. That is why they hired assassins, because I am the reason that criminals breathe easier when the sun rises.

(Before the boss fight)
"Don't be ashamed. It's only nature running it's course. You have no choices to make. Nothing to answer for. You can die with a clear conscience."
(After the boss fight)
"STOP! STOP IT!!!"

Inquisitor: People will fear me [if I learn Necromancy]?
Anaxas: Don't you want to terrify? Fear means there are fewer to fight next time. Fear means lives are saved.

Castiel: Don't worry about the Winchesters.
Crowley: "Don't worry"?! What, like Lucifer didn't worry? Or Michael? Or Lilith or Alastair or Azazel didn't worry? Am I the only game piece on the board who doesn't underestimate those denim-wrapped nightmares?!
Supernatural, "The Man Who Would Be King"

Wow, what a transformation between "Revenge of the Cybermen" (where Tom seemed a little wobbly and unsure in the role) and this. By all accounts he received some feedback on his performance in the first season and flew off the handle at the comments (according to an interview with Nicholas Courtney). It seems to have put him in a massive grump and what materializes is the brooding, menacing fourth Doctor of seasons thirteen and fourteen. Perhaps the definitive fourth Doctor for most...he looks as terrifying and ominous as any of the villains he has ever faced. Rather than sympathising with Sarah when the air is sucked out of the room he tells her to shut up and save her breath. When he hypnotises her, the Doctor is the most frighteningly alien thing in this story.

The Flash: Bats, you're starting to scare me.
Savage Universe Bruce Wayne: I scare a lot of people.
Justice League, "The Savage Time"

I always used to say, you put Hitler, and the devil, and Gadaffi, and you name it, and The Batman in the room, Batman's still the scariest guy in the room.
Len Wein, Superheroes: A Never Ending Battle

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