FANDOM


DC Rebirth Logo
This page contains a listing of all notable quotes by George Suttle (New Deadwardians).

It may not be the definitive list, so please add any important quotations that may be missing, ensuring to cite the original source.
Pages with a quote from this character will automatically be added here along with the quote.

(This template will categorize articles that include it into Category:Quotes.)
Quote1 I didn't say I could explain it, Doctor. But somehow, someone has managed to murder that which was not alive. Quote2
--George Suttle (New Deadwardians)

Quote1 We chose to become Young because it made us dead enough to fool the fully undead. It was the only thing we cared about. We hadn't the least idea what else it might do to us. Quote2

--George Suttle (New Deadwardians)

Quote1 Sometimes it's good to remind oneself of one's own mortality. Or lack thereof. Drive on. Quote2

--George Suttle (New Deadwardians)

Quote1 Look, the plain fact is we still don't know how the cessation of Lord Hinchcliffe's un-life was achieved, sir. Until I can prove it's murder, we've no business charging anyone. Quote2

--George Suttle (New Deadwardians)

Quote1 What the Bright really don't understand, Lady Celia, is that it is appetite which gives their lives purpose. It's the hunger to lean, and grow, and live, that drives them on. When you take the cure, it takes your appetite away. So the very point of living disappears at the precise moment that you're given an endless slice of lifetime to use up. Quote2

--George Suttle (New Deadwardians)

Quote1 I have not exploited my cured physiology so directly since the war. I take no pleasure in my inhumanity now, just as I took no pleasure in it then. Quote2

--George Suttle (New Deadwardians)

Quote1 I'll put that remark down to passion of the moment, Bowes. If my fancy is right, this "conspiracy" is precisely why they're dying. Quote2

--George Suttle (New Deadwardians)