History Fridge / InjusticeGodsAmongUs

29th Apr '18 7:29:43 PM Godzillawolf
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** There's also another factor to this: [[spoiler:Luthor is Superman's ShadowArchetype. A man with incredible abilities that abuse them to the point of more or less seeing himself as a god. In other words, Luthor is a walking cautionary tale of what Superman could become if he lost himself, something that Injustice Superman never had.]]
3rd Feb '18 3:40:58 PM nombretomado
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* Regime Raven's more sadistic personality seems to act like a foreshadowing about her portrayal in New52, in which she receives a good dose of AdaptationalVillainy. Note that Raven's alignment in New52 wasn't made clear during the time Injustice came out, so probably even the DC writers informed Netherrealm Studios about their eventual plan during development and they adjusted Regime Raven to be like the eventual New52 Raven later.

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* Regime Raven's more sadistic personality seems to act like a foreshadowing about her portrayal in New52, ComicBook/New52, in which she receives a good dose of AdaptationalVillainy. Note that Raven's alignment in New52 New 52 wasn't made clear during the time Injustice came out, so probably even the DC writers informed Netherrealm Studios about their eventual plan during development and they adjusted Regime Raven to be like the eventual New52 New 52 Raven later.
2nd Feb '18 6:28:17 AM Allronix
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** On that front, little wonder Cyborg and Raven were the ones who gladly took on the job of torturing Deathstroke. He was a ''massive'' problem for the Bronze Age Titans, and (as seen above) the people who ''might'' have had a chance of talking them out of torturing a former archenemy aren't in the picture. And for Slade, there's a little nastier irony in that these were his WhiteSheep son's close friends at one time, and mentors to his AntiHero daughter. Good thing Jericho or Ravager II ''aren't'' around in this timeline.

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** On that front, little wonder Cyborg and Raven were the ones who gladly took on the job of torturing Deathstroke. He was a ''massive'' problem for the Bronze Age Titans, and (as seen above) the people who ''might'' have had a chance of talking them out of torturing a former archenemy aren't in the picture. [[spoiler: Again, see Garfield "Beast Boy" Logan, who ended up reaching an understanding with Slade over the whole Terra mess.]] And for Slade, there's a little nastier irony in that these were his WhiteSheep son's close friends at one time, and mentors to his AntiHero daughter. Good thing Jericho or Ravager II ''aren't'' around in this timeline.




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\n!FridgeLogic* As mentioned with Beast Boy above, we haven't seen any sign of the ComicBook/DoomPatrol. Given their bad luck, they might be dead. That would be the ''best'' case scenario. The worst case would be that, given some of the nastier ideas [[MagnificentBastard The Chief]] has endorsed, Mento's chronic mental instability, and their prodigious death rate (several incarnations of the team have ended in TotalPartyKill with Robotman as the SoleSurvivor), they may have all gone Regime. And given that Robotman is not really a fan of being controlled, it's likely that if the Patrol did go Regime, that Robotman is no longer operational.

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** Remember [[spoiler: this is a ''kid'' (depending on continuity, about 12 years old), who only looks older due to the magic supplying his superhero persona. And a kid]] [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee who idolized Superman to boot]]. While he was iffy on what Supes was doing with the Regime, he was still naive enough to think his hero knew what he was doing. He just never saw Superman's betrayal coming and [[spoiler: was killed faster than he realized what as going on.]]

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** Remember [[spoiler: this is a ''kid'' (depending on continuity, about 12 years old), who only looks older due to the magic supplying his superhero persona. And a kid]] [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee who idolized Superman to boot]]. While he was iffy on what Supes was doing with the Regime, he was still naive enough to think his hero knew what he was doing. He just never saw Superman's betrayal coming and [[spoiler: was killed faster than he realized what as was going on.]]
2nd Feb '18 6:19:57 AM Allronix
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** Remember [[this is a ''kid'' (depending on continuity, about 12 years old), who only looks older due to the magic supplying his superhero persona. And a kid]] [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee who idolized Superman to boot]]. While he was iffy on what Supes was doing with the Regime, he was still naive enough to think his hero knew what he was doing. He just never saw Superman's betrayal coming and [[spoiler: was killed faster than he realized what as going on.]]

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** Remember [[this [[spoiler: this is a ''kid'' (depending on continuity, about 12 years old), who only looks older due to the magic supplying his superhero persona. And a kid]] [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee who idolized Superman to boot]]. While he was iffy on what Supes was doing with the Regime, he was still naive enough to think his hero knew what he was doing. He just never saw Superman's betrayal coming and [[spoiler: was killed faster than he realized what as going on.]]
2nd Feb '18 6:19:20 AM Allronix
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* How was Regime!Superman able to [[spoiler: kill Shazam so easily? Shazam is Superman's equal in physical strength, and he doesn't need to talk to use that strength, or a lot of his magic, which Superman is vulnerable to, so freezing his mouth shouldn't make him completely helpless.]]

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* How was Regime!Superman able to [[spoiler: kill Shazam so easily? Shazam is Superman's equal in physical strength, and he doesn't need to talk to use that strength, or a lot of his magic, which Superman is vulnerable to, so freezing his mouth shouldn't make him completely helpless.]]
** Remember [[this is a ''kid'' (depending on continuity, about 12 years old), who only looks older due to the magic supplying his superhero persona. And a kid]] [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee who idolized Superman to boot]]. While he was iffy on what Supes was doing with the Regime, he was still naive enough to think his hero knew what he was doing. He just never saw Superman's betrayal coming and [[spoiler: was killed faster than he realized what as going on.
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3rd Nov '17 3:10:27 AM MaxyGregoryyyy
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** Thereís also the fact that [[spoiler: his Joker is far less villainous than his Injustice counterpart, and would only participate the nuking of Metropolis because Luthor hired him and had Slade to bust him out.]]
12th Oct '17 6:23:03 AM MaxyGregoryyyy
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** With that said, itís quite unlikely that the Main Universe Superman would become the KnightTemplar his Regime counterpart has become as [[spoiler:his Luthor is a villain who had done crimes similar to that Injustice!Joker has done, only to be successfully thwarted by Main!Superman.]]
6th Oct '17 8:34:34 AM Dreadjaws
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** Superman revealed Batman to be Bruce Wayne, who was subsequently made a non-person, and as seen in the game, Wayne Manor was abandoned aside from a few members of New Regime stationed there to make sure Batman doesn't try to get to the cave. Given [[CrapsackWorld the state of the Injustice world]], it would seem highly unlikely that Alfred is still alive as he would make an awfully tempting target for Batman's enemies.

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** Superman revealed The prequel comics have confirmed that [[spoiler:Alfred was killed by Victor Szasz under Superman's request, in an attempt to draw Batman to be Bruce Wayne, who was subsequently made a non-person, and as seen in the game, Wayne Manor was abandoned aside from a few members of New Regime stationed there to make sure Batman doesn't try to get to the cave. Given [[CrapsackWorld the state of the Injustice world]], it would seem highly unlikely that Alfred is still alive as he would make an awfully tempting target for Batman's enemies. out.]]
6th Oct '17 2:31:58 AM MaxyGregoryyyy
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** Additionally, when [[spoiler: Superman scanned Main!Batman with his super-vision, he noted that his vitals are all wrong. Injustice!Batman probably recieved many permanent injuries in the past five years that adversely affected his fighting, so even though Main!Batman was recovering from Strykers, he could still overpower Injustice!Batman. This is later confirmed in the prequel comics when we see that, between other things, Injustice!Superman broke Injustice!Batman's back so he's wearing a prosthetic.]]

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** Additionally, when [[spoiler: Superman scanned Main!Batman with his super-vision, he noted that his vitals are all wrong. Injustice!Batman probably recieved received many permanent injuries in the past five years that adversely affected his fighting, so even though Main!Batman was recovering from Strykers, he could still overpower Injustice!Batman. This is later confirmed in the prequel comics when we see that, between other things, Injustice!Superman broke Injustice!Batman's back so he's wearing a prosthetic.]]
** [[spoiler: Due to many of the Regime members also having anger over oppositions, they may have been fighting aggressively, while the Main Universe heroes are much more analytical due to them lacking as much anger over their enemies, allowing them to fight their counterparts with no problem.
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5th Oct '17 2:23:10 PM Dreadjaws
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** Additionally, when [[spoiler: Superman scanned Main!Batman with his super-vision, he noted that his vitals are all wrong. Injustice!Batman probably recieved many permanent injuries in the past five years that adversely affected his fighting, so even though Main!Batman was recovering from Strykers, he could still overpower Injustice!Batman. This is later confirmed in the prequel comics when we see that, between other things, Superman broke Batman's back so he's wearing a prosthetic.]]

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** Additionally, when [[spoiler: Superman scanned Main!Batman with his super-vision, he noted that his vitals are all wrong. Injustice!Batman probably recieved many permanent injuries in the past five years that adversely affected his fighting, so even though Main!Batman was recovering from Strykers, he could still overpower Injustice!Batman. This is later confirmed in the prequel comics when we see that, between other things, Superman Injustice!Superman broke Batman's Injustice!Batman's back so he's wearing a prosthetic.]]
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