History ComicBook / Justice

31st Jan '16 8:07:37 AM nombretomado
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* GenreThrowback: To ''Challenge of the SuperFriends.''

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* GenreThrowback: To ''Challenge of the SuperFriends.{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}}.''
31st Jan '16 8:07:22 AM nombretomado
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Notable for being ''very'' idealistic on the [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism sliding scale,]] while not veering into LighterAndSofter or {{Camp}} territory. It's [[strike:almost like]] a higher-quality SuperFriends.

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Notable for being ''very'' idealistic on the [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism sliding scale,]] while not veering into LighterAndSofter or {{Camp}} territory. It's [[strike:almost like]] a higher-quality SuperFriends.
{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}}.
25th Dec '15 6:01:36 PM nombretomado
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* SilverAge: One of the eras this story is based on.
20th Dec '15 1:02:22 AM TitoMosquito
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* TheCavalry: Captain Marvel has a great rescue for Superman in one chapter and The GreenLantern [[TheChosenMany Corps]] lends some ''very'' timely assistance at the climax.

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* TheCavalry: Captain Marvel has a great rescue for Superman in one chapter and The GreenLantern Franchise/GreenLantern [[TheChosenMany Corps]] lends some ''very'' timely assistance at the climax.



* DownerBeginning: The story begins with a dream about the world exploding from nuclear explosions, with Superman being the only survivor. On their selfish plan to avert that, the villains steal Batman's data on the heroes' identities, [[DarkestHour putting so many of them out of comission]] that [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman backup members of the Justice League become needed to save the day.]]

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* DownerBeginning: The story begins with a dream about the world exploding from nuclear explosions, with Superman being the only survivor. On their selfish plan to avert that, the villains steal Batman's data on the heroes' identities, [[DarkestHour putting so many of them out of comission]] commission]] that [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman backup members of the Justice League become needed to save the day.]]



** Toyman (Winslow Schott) builds a giant robot resembling the Jack Nimball Toyman.

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** Toyman (Winslow Schott) builds a giant robot resembling the Jack Nimball Toyman.version.



** Ray Palmer wears a suit that resembles the Gardner Gayle Atomic Knight.
** Hawkman and Hawkwoman's suits resemble the Thanagarian deities from ''Legend of the Hawkman''.

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** Ray Palmer wears a suit of armor that resembles the Gardner Gayle Silver Age Atomic Knight.
Knight (Gardner Grayle).
** Hawkman and Hawkwoman's armor suits resemble the Thanagarian deities from ''Legend of the Hawkman''.


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** Priscilla Rich performs a ritual in order to become the Cheetah again, similar to the Barbara Ann Minerva version.
** Zatanna's armor of armor resembles a silver version of her Bronze Age costume.
12th Dec '15 12:04:31 AM morenohijazo
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* TeleportationRescue: Happens to Hal Jordan: after he is teleported by the villains so far outside the known universe that no ComicBook/GreenLantern ring, including his own, would help him get back, a magic-using ally eventually locates and teleports him back to Earth, because magic.
15th Oct '15 8:59:01 AM zeroblade386
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* BatmanGambit: So much of the Justice League's final plan to stop the villains is composed of this. Though a crucial portion of it requires not FlawExploitation but Virtue Exploiation, [[spoiler:as they counted on John Steward to know ''exactly'' what he had to do as soon as he got the ring, without being told]]. See ExactlyWhatIAimedAt and IdentityImpersonator below for more.

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* BatmanGambit: So much of the Justice League's final plan to stop the villains is composed of this. Though a crucial portion of it requires not FlawExploitation but Virtue Exploiation, [[spoiler:as they counted on John Steward Stewart to know ''exactly'' what he had to do as soon as he got the ring, without being told]]. See ExactlyWhatIAimedAt and IdentityImpersonator below for more.
15th Aug '15 9:20:57 AM Goldfritha
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* BatmanGambit: So much of the Justice League's final plan to stop the villains is composed of this. See ExactlyWhatIAimedAt and IdentityImpersonator below for more.

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* BatmanGambit: So much of the Justice League's final plan to stop the villains is composed of this. Though a crucial portion of it requires not FlawExploitation but Virtue Exploiation, [[spoiler:as they counted on John Steward to know ''exactly'' what he had to do as soon as he got the ring, without being told]]. See ExactlyWhatIAimedAt and IdentityImpersonator below for more.
12th Aug '15 3:21:36 AM MechWarrior
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''Justice'' is a 12-issue limited series published by DCComics from 2005-2007, created by Jim Krueger, Alex Ross, and Doug Braithwaite. It's a departure from normal continuity, but not quite an {{Elseworld}} story. It takes the concepts of the DC Comics characters as they were in the [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver]] and [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze]] Ages and writes a new story using them. The plot concerns the villains reforming and [[CutLexLuthorACheck using their abilities to help mankind.]] Naturally, [[CivilianVillain it's not all as it seems,]] as the entire plot to "help" humanity requires the use of Brainiac's MindControl worms. It's up to the assorted superhero teams ([[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League]], Comicbook/DoomPatrol, ComicBook/TeenTitans, MetalMen) to save the day.

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''Justice'' is a 12-issue limited series published by DCComics from 2005-2007, created by Jim Krueger, Alex Ross, and Doug Braithwaite. It's a departure from normal continuity, but not quite an {{Elseworld}} story. It takes the concepts of the DC Comics characters as they were in the [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver]] and [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze]] Ages and writes a new story using them. The plot concerns the villains reforming and [[CutLexLuthorACheck using their abilities to help mankind.]] Naturally, [[CivilianVillain it's not all as it seems,]] as the entire plot to "help" humanity requires the use of Brainiac's MindControl worms. It's up to the assorted superhero teams ([[JusticeLeagueOfAmerica ([[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica Justice League]], Comicbook/DoomPatrol, ComicBook/TeenTitans, MetalMen) ComicBook/MetalMen) to save the day.



* PoweredArmor: Various heroes ''wear'' the MetalMen as armor.

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* PoweredArmor: Various heroes ''wear'' the MetalMen ComicBook/MetalMen as armor.
12th Aug '15 3:17:53 AM MechWarrior
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Not to be confused with TheNewUniverse comic of [[NamesTheSame the same name]]. Or [[Music/{{Justice}} the French electronic band]]. ''Or'' the DC game/comic series Injustice.

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Not to be confused with TheNewUniverse ComicBook/TheNewUniverse comic of [[NamesTheSame the same name]]. Or [[Music/{{Justice}} the French electronic band]]. ''Or'' the DC game/comic series Injustice.
14th Jul '15 5:40:39 PM nombretomado
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* MindRape: Gorilla Grodd is able to make MartianManhunter think that he's on fire through psychic manipulation, all the while when J'onn is actually at the bottom of the ocean.

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* MindRape: Gorilla Grodd is able to make MartianManhunter ComicBook/MartianManhunter think that he's on fire through psychic manipulation, all the while when J'onn is actually at the bottom of the ocean.
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