If this were or show or comic I would never stop watching/reading it.
I can seriously just imagine them trying to explain this to Batman
“WELL WE COULDNT TELL IF THEY WERE REAL FIREWORKS, SO WE DECIDED TO TEST THEM OUT.”
“IT WAS AWESOME.”
Lieutenant Batman wasn’t sure if he was screaming or if his jaw was simply hanging open. He was screaming in his head, so he figured it still counted.
“And so the fireworks went off!” Officer Kord threw up his hands and made “phew-phew-phew” noises.
“And they exploded into drugs!” Officer Carter added, jumping up and down like a puppy. Lieutenant Batman wondered if he’d get in trouble for grabbing Carter by the scruff of the neck.
“And we got this one baggie!” Kord said, shaking it in front of Lieutenant Batman’s nose.
“The rest burned up,” Carter said. He glanced at Kord and grinned, then thwapped him on the back of the head. “On fire,” he said.
“Thanks!” Kord said, and he smacked Carter on the shoulder. “You, too.”
“Thanks!” Carter practically chirped.
“Out,” Lieutenant Batman said. “Get out. Now.” He definitely wasn’t screaming, he decided. His teeth were pressed too hard together for him to get a good scream going.
“We need new pants,” Carter said as they left. “I can see Ted’s underpants!”
“At least I don’t pop my collar like a douche!” Kord shouted over his shoulder. He broke into a run as Carter gave chase, and Lieutenant Batman watched them take out two desks and a lamp before they got out the squadroom door.
Lieutenant Batman sagged into his chair and tried to unclench his jaw. How much longer was he going to have to pay for punching Commissioner Gardner at that function?
I would read ten thousand pages of this.