Warhawk: If we don't beat this guy, it's the end of everything.
Future Batman: We've been there before.
Warhawk: Not like this. What are you supposed to do when you have the weight of the world on your shoulders?
Green Lantern: [puts his hand on Warhawk's shoulder] Plant your feet.
John Stewart: Enid Clinton, we've got...
[John Stewart suddenly phases into Hal Jordan]
Hal Jordan: ...business with your husband... What?
Hal Jordan: Hal Jordan. Another time shift. I'm up to speed, carry on.
Future Batman: Okay, I'm starting to get a migraine.
Batman: We'd better get used to it. This is going to get worse before it gets better. Any one of us could change or even cease to exist.
Hal Jordan: That's why you have to tell us where to find David. We just want to undo the harm he's caused. You have my word, we'll do everything within our power to keep from hurting him.
Enid Clinton: Between you and me, I wouldn't mind one bit if he got roughed up along the way.
Old Bruce Wayne: Surprised to see me?
Batman: A little. I'm more surprised I lived so long.
Future Batman: Batman, Bruce Wayne. Bruce Wayne, Batman. Or have you met?
Future Batman: Great. What did they used to call it? Stereo?
Green Lantern: Green Lanterns have a legend, no one can see the beginning of time. It's a universal law.
Batman: Write him a ticket!
Enid Clinton: You worthless good-for-nothing wretched waste of space! You invent a time machine and can't think of anything useful to do with it?
David Clinton: I can think of one thing!
Batman: [Dangling Ghoul off the side of a building] Where's Chronos? My arm's getting tired.
Old Bruce Wayne: I can't believe I was ever that green.
[pulls Ghoul in and slowly approaches him]
Old Bruce Wayne: THIS is how you interrogate someone.
Warhawk: This is a little weird for everybody. I'm Warhawk, Rex Stewart.
Green Lantern: Your mother, who is she?
Warhawk: Kinda obvious, don't ya think?
Batman: Even if it isn't, leave it be. You don't wanna know too much of your future.
Future Batman: Trust me, you really don't.
Static: Shayera was one cranky pregnant lady. Although to be fair, if I'd laid an egg that size...
[Lantern looks shocked]
Warhawk: He's kidding, Dad.
Ghoul: [Being interrogated] ... And we've got 9,453 active Jokerz organized into about 200 smaller groups. I dunno where Chronos is, he contacts us! He spends every night in a different one of those old buildings. There's no way of knowing ahead of time where he's gonna be. And that's everything I know!
Old Bruce Wayne: Everything?
Ghoul: ...I wet my bed until I was 14.
Static: Losing my patience.
Batman: I can't control my friend here much longer. You'd better give us something we can use.
Ghoul: His wife! I know where his wife is!
Static: Wow... Batman playing "good cop."
Green Lantern: Everything's relative.
Bonk: Stand still so I can hit you!
Static: [sarcastic] Yeah, that's what I'll do!
Future Batman: We need to find Chronos.
Static: How? He could be anywhere.
Batman: Sometimes the old ways are best.
Future Batman: It's not gonna work. You don't know your way around here. A lot of things have changed.
Batman: Are criminals still superstitious and cowardly?
Old Bruce Wayne: Yep.
Batman: Good enough for me.
[Chronos punishes Chucko by sending him back in time to the dinosaur age]
Chucko: You think I'm scared? I'll be running this dump in a few ye-!
[he looks up and sees a giant comet heading for the earth]
Chucko: Aw, phooey.
Chronos: Do you know what killed the dinosaurs?
Bonk: Uh... no, boss.
Chronos: Well, Chucko does.
Ghoul: You're supposed to be the real Batman, right? I mean, the first one. I've seen history cubes about you. Hard to believe somebody stupid as you ever beat the Joker.
Batman: Maybe I'm smarter than I look.
Chronos: How could you betray me, Enid? Everything I've done, I've done for you!
Enid Clinton: Don't blame this on me! I just wanted you to assert yourself, not destroy the universe!
[Blasting Woof away before he attacks an injured Warhawk]
Green Lantern: Get away from my kid!
Chronos: Time is money. Actually, time is the non-spacial continuum in which all events occur linearly, usually in the direction of increased entropy. But the clowns seemed to relate better to the money thing.