After witnessing the murder of his parents a young billionaire makes a solemn vow to dress up like a bat and wage a one-man war on the rogues of Gotham. So get ready to see the Dark Knight the way you always dreamed of: singing and dancing! Written by
Did You Know?
Many comic book fans were unhappy with the inclusion of Spider-Man in a DC universe. However, he is only ever mentioned. When he appears at the end, it is actually Alfred in disguise (a running gag throughout the musical is of Alfred returning in different disguises whenever Batman fires him). It is clear that Alfred is pretending to be Spider-Man, rather than actually being Spider-Man, because he has no apparent powers - when he gestures shooting webs from his wrists, nothing comes out, and he clearly does not have the agility of Spider-Man. See more
Bills, bills bills- hey! What's this? It's a letter from Spiderman! I bet it's about that lousy-ass slow plane that I sent him. Let's take a look. "Dear Bats, thanks for the offer but I won't be able to take the plane off your hands, I don't have any place to... stick it."
"Love, your friendly neighborhood Spiderman. PS I'm a huge fan, I follow you on the web."
Wow. What a sweetheart. This is going up on the Batfridge. Quick O'Malley, to the Batfridge!
The American Way
Written by Nick Gage
and Scott Lamps
Performed by Brian Holden
, Joe Walker
(as Joseph Walker), Jeff Blim
, Meredith Stepien
and Chris Allen
Courtesy of StarKid Productions See more