VOTD: How Stephen King's 'It' Should Have Ended

Anyone who has read Stephen King's beloved horror novel IT can tell you that even though Pennywise the Dancing Clown is defeated by some spunky kids in Derry, Maine, that's not the last time the town will see of the terrifying shape shifting monster who feeds on fear. And even though the most recent adaptation of IT by director Andy Muschietti ends with the evil entity being defeated, we know that he'll be back in the developing IT: Chapter 2.

In the meantime, the folks over at How It Should Have Ended took the time to craft How IT Should Have Ended. Most of the "superior" endings just have the kids running away from Pennywise before he has a chance to do anything to them, but there's one particular ending that would have really thrown Pennywise for a loop, and it involves some familiar faces from Gotham City, New York and the sewers.

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As you can see, Batman shows up to give Pennywise a run for his money, and you know how much he hates clowns. He uses one of his patented lines from The Dark Knight, and he even says one that didn't make the final cut of Justice League. But he's not the only ones the kids are able to summon to help with Pennywise. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles dish out some of their signature kicks and punches while the Ghostbusters end up trapping him once and for all.

But the real ending for IT should have just seen Pennywise win, because that just makes the most sense.