History Comicbook / NewGods

14th Dec '16 5:23:16 AM JamesAustin
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* ''Film/DCExtendedUniverse''

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* ''Film/DCExtendedUniverse''Film/DCExtendedUniverse



** ''Film/JusticeLeague2017'' (Steppenwolf is the BigBad, and Mother Boxes scattered around the Earth form much of the plot)

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** ''Film/JusticeLeague2017'' ''Film/{{Justice League|2017}}'' (Steppenwolf is the BigBad, and Mother Boxes scattered around the Earth form much of the plot)



* AboveGoodAndEvil: Metron's reason for not taking any side, though it doesn't stop him from aiding the good guys against Darkseid any chance he gets.
** The main reason he's considered neutral is because [[spoiler: in the early days of the war, he helped Darkseid develop boom tube technology, in exchange for the raw materials he needed for his Moebius Chair.]] Since then, he's mainly been seen aiding the good guys (perhaps out of remorse?).
*** He's worked with Darkseid on occasion since, as well, despite Darkseid never making any secret of what fate he intends for Metron. It's partly that Metron's primary motivation is ForScience, and partly because Darkseid and Metron have few intellectual equals who can stand them for long.

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* AboveGoodAndEvil: Metron's reason for not taking Metron doesn't take any side, though it doesn't stop him from aiding the good guys against Darkseid any chance he gets.
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gets. The main reason he's considered neutral is because [[spoiler: in the early days of the war, he helped Darkseid develop boom tube technology, in exchange for the raw materials he needed for his Moebius Chair.]] Since then, he's mainly been seen aiding the good guys (perhaps out of remorse?).
*** He's
remorse?), though he's worked with Darkseid on occasion since, since as well, despite Darkseid never making any secret of what fate he intends for Metron. It's partly that Metron's primary motivation is ForScience, and partly because Darkseid and Metron have few intellectual equals who can stand them for long.
25th Nov '16 9:34:52 AM painocus
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* UrbanLegend: "The Road to Armaghetto"; for years it was believed that the original version of the story did indeed feature Orion and Darkseid fighting to the death. It didn't (Esak is the only one who actually dies in the issue).
20th Nov '16 5:47:35 AM MisterGutsy2299
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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' (Apokoliptian technology is seen throughout, with one episode dedicated to the Forever People. Darkseid is seen in the last episode as a sequel hook to [[CutShort the unmade third season]])

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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' (Apokoliptian technology is seen throughout, with one episode dedicated to the Forever People. Darkseid is seen in the last episode as a sequel hook to [[CutShort the unmade third season]])season)
13th Nov '16 3:23:17 PM nombretomado
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** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' (Continuing from STAS, characters from the comics appear scattered across various episodes, proving to be among the most difficult for the characters to deal with)

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** ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' and ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' (Continuing from STAS, characters from the comics appear scattered across various episodes, proving to be among the most difficult for the characters to deal with)
9th Nov '16 9:06:10 AM nombretomado
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* AStormIsComing: During JackKirby's run, someone warns {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} about an oncoming storm. Darkseid answers, [[BadassBoast "I am the storm!"]]

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* AStormIsComing: During JackKirby's Creator/JackKirby's run, someone warns {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} about an oncoming storm. Darkseid answers, [[BadassBoast "I am the storm!"]]
24th Sep '16 9:04:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* EvilOrphanageLady: Granny Goodness from Apokolips could hardly be more inappropriately named, as her job is to brainwash the children in her orphanages into becoming servile, brutal slaves of ComicBook/{{Darkseid}}.
27th Jul '16 4:37:24 PM moloch
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* BigGood: The Highfather. After his death this position is taken over by Takion. And of course, the [[strike:Force]] Source is ultimate universe-creating good of the series.

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* BigGood: The Highfather. After his death this position is taken over by Takion. And of course, the [[strike:Force]] Source is ultimate universe-creating good of the series.



** [[strikethrough:Stan Lee]]... sorry, "[[Creator/StanLee Funky Flashman]]", the toady conman who works for Darkseid lives in a [[Creator/MarvelComics crumbling house]] with a sycophantic manservant based on Roy Thomas, and gets his meagre cash by [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic rooting around in a container shaped like Jack's head]] and isn't [[SmallNameBigEgo half as talented as he thinks he is]]. Oh, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and he wears a toupée]]. Jack was ''[[{{Understatement}} not]]'' happy with Stan at the time.

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** [[strikethrough:Stan Lee]]... [[Creator/StanLee Stan L...]] sorry, "[[Creator/StanLee Funky Flashman]]", the toady conman who works for Darkseid Darkseid, lives in a [[Creator/MarvelComics crumbling house]] with a sycophantic manservant based on Roy Thomas, and gets his meagre cash by [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic rooting around in a container shaped like Jack's head]] and isn't [[SmallNameBigEgo half as talented as he thinks he is]]. Oh, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and he wears a toupée]]. Jack was ''[[{{Understatement}} not]]'' happy with Stan at the time.
27th Jul '16 4:35:29 PM moloch
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** [[strike:Stan Lee]]... sorry, "[[Creator/StanLee Funky Flashman]]", the toady conman who works for Darkseid lives in a [[Creator/MarvelComics crumbling house]] with a sycophantic manservant based on Roy Thomas, and gets his meagre cash by [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic rooting around in a container shaped like Jack's head]] and isn't [[SmallNameBigEgo half as talented as he thinks he is]]. Oh, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and he wears a toupée]]. Jack was ''[[{{Understatement}} not]]'' happy with Stan at the time.

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** [[strike:Stan [[strikethrough:Stan Lee]]... sorry, "[[Creator/StanLee Funky Flashman]]", the toady conman who works for Darkseid lives in a [[Creator/MarvelComics crumbling house]] with a sycophantic manservant based on Roy Thomas, and gets his meagre cash by [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic rooting around in a container shaped like Jack's head]] and isn't [[SmallNameBigEgo half as talented as he thinks he is]]. Oh, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and he wears a toupée]]. Jack was ''[[{{Understatement}} not]]'' happy with Stan at the time.
24th Jul '16 3:01:53 PM JamesAustin
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->'''''There came a time when the Old Gods died!''''' ''The brave died with the cunning! The noble perished, locked in battle with the unleashed evil! It was the '''last''' day for them! An ancient era was '''passing''' in '''fiery''' holocaust! The '''final''' moment came with the '''fatal''' release of the '''indescribable power''' -- which '''tore''' the home of the Old Gods asunder -- '''split''' it in great '''halves''' -- and filled the universe with the '''blinding''' death-flash of its '''destruction'''! In the '''end''' there were '''two''' giant '''molten''' bodies, spinning slow and '''barren''' -- clean of '''all''' that had gone '''before''' -- adrift in the '''fading''' sounds of '''cosmic''' thunder... '''Silence''' closed upon what had happened -- a '''long, deep''' silence -- wrapped in massive '''darkness'''... '''it was this way for an age...''''' '''THEN--THERE WAS NEW LIGHT!'''

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->'''''There ->''"'''''''There came a time when the Old Gods died!''''' ''The brave died with the cunning! The noble perished, locked in battle with the unleashed evil! It was the '''last''' day for them! An ancient era was '''passing''' in '''fiery''' holocaust! The '''final''' moment came with the '''fatal''' release of the '''indescribable power''' -- which '''tore''' the home of the Old Gods asunder -- '''split''' it in great '''halves''' -- and filled the universe with the '''blinding''' death-flash of its '''destruction'''! In the '''end''' there were '''two''' giant '''molten''' bodies, spinning slow and '''barren''' -- clean of '''all''' that had gone '''before''' -- adrift in the '''fading''' sounds of '''cosmic''' thunder... '''Silence''' closed upon what had happened -- a '''long, deep''' silence -- wrapped in massive '''darkness'''... '''it was this way for an age...''''' '''THEN--THERE WAS NEW LIGHT!'''LIGHT!'''''"''
24th Jun '16 2:04:37 PM rainmakerrtv
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* FromNobodyToNightmare: Even for a New God, Glorius Godfrey was a joke character - til ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''.

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* FromNobodyToNightmare: Even for a New God, Glorius Godfrey was a joke character - til ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''.''ComicBook/LegendsDC''.



* HeartIsAnAwesomePower. Villainous example, and again, Glorious Godfrey. How dangerous could someone who is a goodlooking blond with tremendous powers of persuasion possibly be? There's no way a cowardly wimp like him could be a threat. HaHaHaNo. ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' showed just how powerful a talent like that could be.

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* HeartIsAnAwesomePower. Villainous example, and again, Glorious Godfrey. How dangerous could someone who is a goodlooking blond with tremendous powers of persuasion possibly be? There's no way a cowardly wimp like him could be a threat. HaHaHaNo. ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'' ''ComicBook/LegendsDC'' showed just how powerful a talent like that could be.
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