History Comicbook / Flashpoint

10th Dec '16 3:26:29 PM Basara-kun
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* RedIsViolent: This brutal version of Batman incorporates red to the costume, including the cape, the symbol and the red eyes.
17th Oct '16 6:53:32 PM Blazer
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An AnimatedAdaptation as part of the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies line titled ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox]]'' was released July 30, 2013.

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An AnimatedAdaptation as part of the WesternAnimation/DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies line titled ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox]]'' was released July 30, 2013.
2013. A minor version of this storyline was used as the season premiere of ''Series/TheFlash2014'' season 3.
28th Sep '16 5:44:45 AM Tron80
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** Batman has no qualms over killing people; it's hinted that he has a habit of offing criminals who don't give him information. [[spoiler:And it turns out his wife also survived that night and became ''SelfDemonstrating/{{The Joker}}'']]...

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** Batman has no qualms over killing people; it's hinted that he has a habit of offing criminals who don't give him information. [[spoiler:And it turns out his wife also survived that night and became ''SelfDemonstrating/{{The ''Comicbook/{{The Joker}}'']]...



*** In addition, instead of a passing motorist rescuing him and putting him in an orphanage, the government got its hands on Kal-El and formed Project: Superman. They later took {{Krypto|TheSuperdog}} and [[{{Supergirl}} Kara Zor-El]] as well when their rockets arrived on Earth. Currently, Kal-El is barely alive, but free from captivity thanks to Flash, Batman, and Cyborg; Krypto has withered away into a skeleton; and Kara's fate is unknown, though some throwaway dialogue hints that she did not survive either.

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*** In addition, instead of a passing motorist rescuing him and putting him in an orphanage, the government got its hands on Kal-El and formed Project: Superman. They later took {{Krypto|TheSuperdog}} and [[{{Supergirl}} [[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Kara Zor-El]] as well when their rockets arrived on Earth. Currently, Kal-El is barely alive, but free from captivity thanks to Flash, Batman, and Cyborg; Krypto has withered away into a skeleton; and Kara's fate is unknown, though some throwaway dialogue hints that she did not survive either.
13th Aug '16 11:23:43 PM Anicomicgeek
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* OldShame: InUniverse, Black Orchid's death to Shade. She's the only member of the original Secret Seven besides Shade who's ever fully shown in all three issues, implying that her death hit him the hardest.
6th Aug '16 10:05:19 AM nombretomado
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** TheReveal introduces an even bigger one: If [[spoiler: Barry trying to ''undo'' the Reverse-Flash's meddling]] only makes things worse, then essentially [[spoiler: the DCUniverse is fine with a villain mucking up time]] to destroy innocent lives, but breaks down completely at a hero [[spoiler: trying to ''save'' them and undo the damage the villain causes.]] In other words, the ''universe itself'' is on the villains' side!

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** TheReveal introduces an even bigger one: If [[spoiler: Barry trying to ''undo'' the Reverse-Flash's meddling]] only makes things worse, then essentially [[spoiler: the DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse is fine with a villain mucking up time]] to destroy innocent lives, but breaks down completely at a hero [[spoiler: trying to ''save'' them and undo the damage the villain causes.]] In other words, the ''universe itself'' is on the villains' side!
1st Aug '16 8:23:13 AM timotaka
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* SeriesContinuityError: Batman in his own miniseries already knows about the original timeline where Bruce survived, as he tells [[spoiler: Joker!Martha]]. However, in the main series after Flash meets Batman and tells him about the timelines there is no point in time after this where you could squeeze the events of Batman's own miniseries.
29th Jul '16 11:13:32 PM TrueKing96
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**[[spoiler:New information reveals said entity is [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhatten]].]]
5th Jun '16 12:12:20 PM VicGeorge2011
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* AllThereInTheManual: As issue 5 explains, [[spoiler:Barry went back in time to try and save his mother. In the previous Flash series that had ended just before this event started, he had been motivated to do this by a special mirror the first Mirror Master had created, which had been designed to infect Barry with his heart's desire until he couldn't ignore it.]]

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* AllThereInTheManual: As issue 5 explains, [[spoiler:Barry went back in time to try and save saving his mother. In the previous Flash series that had ended just before this event started, he had been motivated to do this by a special mirror the first Mirror Master had created, which had been designed to infect Barry with his heart's desire until he couldn't ignore it.]]



*** They also found an entombed [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman Doomsday]], and attempted to use him as a weapon. It worked about as well as could be expected, really.[[note]]Considering they also used his DNA to try and turn Neil Sinclair into a super-soldier and how well THAT worked out, this happened TWICE.[[/note]]

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*** They also found an entombed [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman Doomsday]], and attempted to use him as a weapon. It worked about as well as could be expected, really.[[note]]Considering they also used his DNA to try and turn turning Neil Sinclair into a super-soldier and how well THAT worked out, this happened TWICE.[[/note]]
1st Jun '16 11:42:58 PM AnotherGuy
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This event led to [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} a complete relaunch of the DC universe]] starting with Justice League #1 on August 31st 2011. Most notably, Flashpoint's conclusion served as the starting point for DC's company-wide reboot, ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It subsequently led to another major event, ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', where it seems [[spoiler: another [[ComicBook/{{Watchman}} party]] got involved with Wally's actions.]]

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This event led to [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} a complete relaunch of the DC universe]] starting with Justice League #1 on August 31st 2011. Most notably, Flashpoint's conclusion served as the starting point for DC's company-wide reboot, ComicBook/{{New 52}}. It subsequently led to another major event, ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', where it seems [[spoiler: another [[ComicBook/{{Watchman}} [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} party]] got involved with Wally's actions.]]
1st Jun '16 11:42:38 PM AnotherGuy
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This event led to [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} a complete relaunch of the DC universe]] starting with Justice League #1 on August 31st 2011. Most notably, Flashpoint's conclusion served as the starting point for DC's company-wide reboot, ComicBook/{{New 52}}.

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This event led to [[ComicBook/{{New 52}} a complete relaunch of the DC universe]] starting with Justice League #1 on August 31st 2011. Most notably, Flashpoint's conclusion served as the starting point for DC's company-wide reboot, ComicBook/{{New 52}}.
52}}. It subsequently led to another major event, ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', where it seems [[spoiler: another [[ComicBook/{{Watchman}} party]] got involved with Wally's actions.]]
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