(Two-Face has captured BATMAN and ROBIN and put them in an elaborate deathtrap.)
Panel 1: TWO-FACE is flipping his coin to determine their fate.
Panel 2: TWO-FACE flips the coin again.
Panel 3: TWO-FACE continues to flip the coin.
TEXT BOX: And so it continues!
TWO-FACE (1): Heads? Heads? Heads? Heads? Heads?!
TWO-FACE (2) No one can possibly be that lucky!
Panel 4: BATMAN socks TWO-FACE across the jaw in classic form with a right hook.
BATMAN: Right you are!
Panel 5: BATMAN and ROBIN stand over the knocked-silly TWO-FACE.
ROBIN (1): Holy Vegas, Batman!
ROBIN (2): What are the odds a coin comes up heads that many times?
BATMAN: Odds had nothing to do with it, Robin.
Panel 6: BATMAN holds up TWO-FACES’ coin for ROBIN to see.
BATMAN (1): For all his talk about random chance, I recognized that Two-Face is not above changing the parameters till he gets a desired outcome.
BATMAN (2): That’s why I switched his normal coin out with a special Bat-Weighted-Coin to turn chance in our favor!
Really good use of the Batman 66 motif, MK! The weighted coin joke works well - particularly with Batman's wordy explanation. All very much in the spirit of the show for a script that's fun to read.ReplyDelete
The Batman 66 series is one of the best ideas in comics, and you've exemplified it here, and brilliantly captured what a 60s Two-Face story would be like.ReplyDelete