TV Detective World Series Result – Caine vs Batman

Well, the results are in on the latest round of the The Murder Mystery Company‘s TV Detective World Series. Who will be joining such legends as Jessica Fletcher, Miss Marple and Thomas Magnum in the Winner’s Circle? This contest was the most popular yet, and votes came in thick and fast.

Horatio Caine Vs Batman

It gives us great pleasure to announce the winner is…Batman

The caped crusader trounced Miami Dade’s finest in the greatest landslide victory yet! With 90% of the vote, Batman has made it clear that he remains a force to be reckoned with.

The judges felt that voters just believed more in Batman on the day, and compared to Caine found him a down to earth, normal character in a world too often populated with over the top eccentrics.

“No thanks are REQUIRED”, the caped crusader said in his usual humble yet odd tones. “It is… enough to know that I SERVE the … people of Gotham”.

Caine on the other hand looked crestfallen, and spent twelve minutes putting on and removing his sunglasses, before finally stepping forward and making this statement:

“Well, I guess the vote is in”, he said, putting his sunglasses back on. “But the jury’s out“.

The following silence was awkward, and the following five minutes spent waiting for Caine’s Hummer to turn up to collect him couldn’t have passed soon enough.

So Batman joins Fletcher, Marple and Magnum in the winner’s enclosure and begins the wait for round two.

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