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Batman - 48 Hours
In the Batman/superman episode "clock king" batman and robin get out of the batmobile (after they get out of the time warp), batman looks at the big clock on a building and says "Just as I thought, we`ve lost 48 hours!" 2 slipups: How did they know they were in the future and not the past? And how did they know it was 48 hours? Clocks only contain a 24 hour time scale!
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Nightwing writes:
I don't usually get all fanboy, but the animated Batman and Superman are my absolute main points of interest. The episode you're talking about was a Batman: The Animated Series episode, not a Batman/Superman episode. And the title was called "Time Out Of Joint." The 48 hours thing was possibly true, but they were counting down the days until a (significant) speach the Mayor was going to hold happened. Something nearby that I believe clued them in to that. And they new they were in the "future" because that's all those devices do. They manipulate the flow of time, not go backwards into it. They were going faster than anything else around them. The only question was, how fast.
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Brak writes:
I'm working from distant memory here, but don't they clearly see the sun go down and come up again twice?
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Steve Crow writes:
Umm, at that point they've already established that the CK uses devices that _accelerate_ time (or accelerate time around something). Why would they think they were in the past due to time being accelerated? The 48-hour thing is good, though.
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EvilAsh1 writes:
Actually, if you want to get technical (and I know you do) Batman and Robin were going much slower than everything else around them. This way, it appeared to them they were going normal speed, which would accelerate the speed of all objects around them. If they were going faster than everything else, it would have appeared that everything was standing still and would have taken infinitely longer to "lose" 48 hours.
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