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31st Jul '16 7:07:53 AM XSpectreGreyX
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* AdvertisedExtra: You see how that pic up there features Batwoman? Yeah, she's not in this series, really. She shows up every now and then, but never gets involved in the main plot.
22nd Jul '16 2:20:11 AM eroock
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'''''Justice League: Cry for Justice''''' (2009-2010) is a seven-issue limited series written by James Robinson with one purpose in mind: to make a team that actively seeks justice [[VillainsActHeroesReact rather than merely responding to the need for it]]. However, this only creates a thin line between [[ForGreatJustice Justice]] and {{Revenge}}.

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'''''Justice ''Justice League: Cry for Justice''''' Justice'' (2009-2010) is a seven-issue limited series written by James Robinson with one purpose in mind: to make a team that actively seeks justice [[VillainsActHeroesReact rather than merely responding to the need for it]]. However, this only creates a thin line between [[ForGreatJustice Justice]] and {{Revenge}}.



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30th Dec '15 12:37:49 AM Anddrix
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* CoversAlwaysLie: See SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, Sinestro, Poison Ivy, and Grodd on the cover image up top? None of them show up. At all.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: See SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor, ComicBook/LexLuthor, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, Sinestro, Poison Ivy, and Grodd on the cover image up top? None of them show up. At all.
17th Oct '15 11:05:35 AM Anddrix
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* CoversAlwaysLie: See SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}}, Poison Ivy, and Grodd on the cover image up top? None of them show up. At all.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: See SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, SelfDemonstrating/{{Sinestro}}, Sinestro, Poison Ivy, and Grodd on the cover image up top? None of them show up. At all.
13th Aug '15 1:46:55 PM RaustBD
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* IdiotBall: Once the heroes have captured Prometheus, they tie him up... and put his helmet, the source of all his powers, back on his head.

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* IdiotBall: Once the heroes have captured Prometheus, they tie him up... and put his helmet, the source of all his powers, back on his head. And if Donna Troy destroying it wasn't an artist mistake, they ''[[TooDumbToLive repaired it first]]''.
20th Jul '15 8:40:55 PM ThallianGold
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1st Jul '14 12:36:22 PM Peteman
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* HollywoodLaw: Apparently, if you have a criminal record a costumed vigilante doesn't need to catch you committing a crime or have any evidence that you have done or were planning to do so to be well within his rights to beat you senseless and arrest you. Any sane judge would overturn virtually every "arrest" Hal and Ollie make in this series, if it got to court at all.
** To be fair, most- probably all- of these villains must surely be fugitives from [[IncrediblyLamePun justice]], since no sane judge would have realised multiple superpowered mass-murderers from prison in the first place. It actually ''is'' okay for the heroes to go after them- though torturing them for information and other stuff is something else (though it wouldn't get the villains off; it would just get the "heroes" ''arrested as well''). The real problem is the heroes make a big deal out of hunting villains down when that's what they do ''all the damn time''. The only difference with this story is that the "good guys" are much more vindictive than usual.

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* HollywoodLaw: Apparently, if you have a criminal record a costumed vigilante doesn't need to catch you committing a crime or have any evidence that you have done or were planning to do so to be well within his rights to beat you senseless and arrest you. Any sane judge would overturn virtually every "arrest" Hal and Ollie make in this series, if it got to court at all.
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all. However, what they don't make clear is whether or not these villains must surely be fugitives from [[IncrediblyLamePun justice]], since no sane judge criminals are out legally or not. If they are out legally, then preemptively hunting them down is not justice because they haven't done anything wrong, at least as far as you can prove. If they are out illegally, then why ''aren't'' they being tracked down and put in jail, and why would have realised multiple superpowered mass-murderers from prison in the first place. It actually ''is'' okay for the heroes complain about having to go after them- though torturing them for information and other stuff is something else (though it wouldn't get the villains off; it would wait until they commit a crime, when they are already committing a crime just get the "heroes" ''arrested as well''). The real problem is the heroes make a big deal out by being outside of hunting villains down when that's what they do ''all the damn time''. The only difference with this story is that the "good guys" are much more vindictive than usual.jail?
1st Jul '14 12:17:23 PM Aiguille
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--> '''Prometheus:''' But for Star City that destruction [[{{Watchmen}} began five minutes ago.]]

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--> '''Prometheus:''' But for Star City that destruction [[{{Watchmen}} [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} began five minutes ago.]]
10th Mar '14 7:08:02 PM Austin
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* PantyShot: Miss Martian's black panties are briefly visible on a panel while she is fighting Brick. Criticized by [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]].

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* PantyShot: Miss Martian's black panties are briefly visible on a panel while she is fighting Brick. Criticized by [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]].
2nd Mar '14 8:48:41 AM Silverblade2
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* FanNickname: "Gay For Justice", due to how the typeface makes "cry" look like "gay".
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