"There is a vessel in your world where the days of my life are pressed together like the chapters of a book so that he may step from one to the other without increase of age, while I, weary traveler, must always take the slower path."
"I need you to take a message to Sally Sparrow. And I'm sorry Billy, I am very, very sorry ... it's going to take you a while."
"Is this how time normally passes? Reaaally slowwlly? In the right order?"
Fry: What was it like, lying in that hole for a thousand years?
Bender: I was enjoying it until you guys showed up!
— Futurama, "Roswell That Ends Well"
The Phantom Stranger: He is the only one of us that can time travel. Or can you time travel?
John Constantine: Only the regular way, guv. You know. One minute at a time.
Omi: The only way I could get to the future was by waiting, so that's what I did!
Clay: You... waited?
Dojo: For fifteen hundred years?
Kimiko: But you don't have wrinkles or liver spots!
Jack: Or that "old person" smell.
"The first ten million years were the worst; and the second ten million years, they were the worst too. The third ten million I didn't enjoy at all. After that I went into a bit of a decline."
Superman: How did you get here?
Vandal Savage: The old-fashioned way. I'm immortal.
— Justice League, "Hereafter"
"That wasn't so bad. I'm hardly insane at all from the aeons of isolation and blind, seething rage."
— Sarda, 8-Bit Theater
"The oven doesn't really have any magical time properties to be negated. It just travels into the future at a rate of one second per second, like everyone else."
Gary: Do you have a plan yet?
Church: I've been standing in this hallway thinking for a thousand years. I've had time.