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As game play resumes on the second half of Super Bowl XLVII at the New Orleans Superdome on the evening of February 5th, 2013, a mysterious power outage suddenly causes half the stadium to go dark. As the crowd begins falling into a massive panic, a hidden trap door opens on the field, with the Joker emerging from it. He climbs up onto the field, shuts the door and walks over to a microphone in the center of the field, warning the Super Bowl teams and patrons that he will blow up the Superdome with the use of a miniaturized bomb inside his coat pocket within exactly 60 seconds unless the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49'ers fans engage in a bloodbath with each other before then. As the crowd begins reacting in horror to the madman's speech, the Batmobile suddenly crashes through a side wall of the Superdome and drives up to the Joker. The top compartment of the vehicle opens, with James Bond raising himself up into view, telling the Joker that he was brought into to stop him ...Written by