History Fridge / InjusticeGodsAmongUs

11th Aug '17 2:39:15 AM LordJiro
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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 didn't cripple him.]]

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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 didn't cripple him.shouldn't make him completely helpless.]]
10th Aug '17 4:21:44 AM LordJiro
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* How was Regime!Superman able to [[spoilers: 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 didn't cripple him.]]

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* How was Regime!Superman able to [[spoilers: [[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 didn't cripple him.]]
10th Aug '17 4:21:26 AM LordJiro
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** Like the cat she is, Selena has always been better with asking forgiveness than permission, particularly where Bats is involved. There was also the chance Batman would just say no to her help, which would compromise her but not help him.

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** Like the cat she is, Selena has always been better with asking forgiveness than permission, particularly where Bats is involved. There was also the chance Batman would just say no to her help, which would compromise her but not help him.
* How was Regime!Superman able to [[spoilers: 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 didn't cripple
him.]]
4th Jul '17 5:18:27 PM ScribeRetro
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4th Jul '17 5:18:18 PM ScribeRetro
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4th Jul '17 5:17:01 PM ScribeRetro
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* The combined forces of Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Aquaman should be more than enough to overwhelm Superman, so how was Regime!Superman able to overcome all three of them at once? Simple: Regime!Superman was willing to kill. The three heroes from the prime universe were holding back, even against him.
22nd Jun '17 10:19:50 AM Allronix
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** Worse? Titans, classically, are not as powerful as the JLA, but make up for it in teamwork and unshakable loyalty to one another. You hurt one of them, you risk the entire ''past and present'' lineup showing up at your door to make you regret it. The most devastating blow that ever hit them was when Deathstroke hired Terra to infiltrate them, gain their trust, and destroy them from within. And their first leader who set their style? Dick "Nightwing" Grayson. [[spoiler: So you have Dick killed off, which would ''completely'' demoralize them. And you have their ''second'' leader, Victor "Cyborg" Stone signing on with the regime, along with Raven having one of her "daddy's girl" phases. Both would know just where to hit their former friends. Killing off Beast Boy ''really'' couldn't have helped matters, since he can and has talked down both Raven and Cyborg from stupid decisions. And there's no sign of Donna Troy, who is either dead, joining her big sister in the crazy, or otherwise has dim survival odds.]]
** 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. Good thing Jericho ''isn't'' around in this timeline.

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** Worse? Titans, classically, are not as powerful as the JLA, but make up for it in teamwork and unshakable loyalty to one another. You hurt one of them, you risk the entire ''past and present'' lineup showing up at your door to make you regret it. The most devastating blow that ever hit them was when Deathstroke hired Terra to infiltrate them, gain their trust, and destroy them from within. And their first leader who set their style? Dick "Nightwing" Grayson. [[spoiler: So you have Dick killed off, which would ''completely'' demoralize them. And you have their ''second'' leader, Victor "Cyborg" Stone signing on with the regime, along with Raven having one of her "daddy's girl" phases. Both would know just where to hit their former friends. Killing off Beast Boy ''really'' couldn't have helped matters, since he can and has talked down both Raven and Cyborg from stupid decisions. And there's no sign of Donna Troy, who is either dead, joining her big sister in the crazy, or otherwise has dim survival odds.]]
]] It also explains why they went Regime; the Titans have a prodigious death rate. They might be second only to ComicBook/DoomPatrol as far as dying and staying dead. Cyborg and Raven, being long-term team members and close friends to ''most'' of those people memorialized in their hall of statues, probably went over DespairEventHorizon and figured the Regime was better than having to carve one more Titan's statue.
** 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. time, and mentors to his AntiHero daughter. Good thing Jericho ''isn't'' or Ravager II ''aren't'' around in this timeline.
16th Jun '17 11:58:54 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 classically 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 it 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. Good thing Jericho ''isn'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 classically 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 it 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. Good thing Jericho ''isn't'' around in this timeline.
16th Jun '17 11:55:52 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 classically 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 it 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. Good thing Jericho ''isn't'' around in this timeline.
16th Jun '17 11:04:39 AM Allronix
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** Worse? Titans, classically, are not as powerful as the JLA, but make up for it in teamwork and unshakable loyalty to one another. You hurt one of them, you risk the entire ''past and present'' lineup showing up at your door to make you regret it. The most devastating blow that ever hit them was when Deathstroke hired Terra to infiltrate them, gain their trust, and destroy them from within. And their first leader who set their style? Dick "Nightwing" Grayson. [[spoiler: So you have Dick killed off, which would ''completely'' demoralize them. And you have their ''second'' leader, Victor "Cyborg" Stone signing on with the regime, along with Raven having one of her "daddy's girl" phases. And the teammates that would normally talk them out of bad ideas like the Regime, such as Gar "Changeling/Beast Boy" Logan and Donna Troy, are MIA with ''very'' dim survival odds.]]

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** Worse? Titans, classically, are not as powerful as the JLA, but make up for it in teamwork and unshakable loyalty to one another. You hurt one of them, you risk the entire ''past and present'' lineup showing up at your door to make you regret it. The most devastating blow that ever hit them was when Deathstroke hired Terra to infiltrate them, gain their trust, and destroy them from within. And their first leader who set their style? Dick "Nightwing" Grayson. [[spoiler: So you have Dick killed off, which would ''completely'' demoralize them. And you have their ''second'' leader, Victor "Cyborg" Stone signing on with the regime, along with Raven having one of her "daddy's girl" phases. And the teammates that Both would normally talk them out of bad ideas like the Regime, such as Gar "Changeling/Beast Boy" Logan know just where to hit their former friends. Killing off Beast Boy ''really'' couldn't have helped matters, since he can and has talked down both Raven and Cyborg from stupid decisions. And there's no sign of Donna Troy, are MIA with ''very'' who is either dead, joining her big sister in the crazy, or otherwise has dim survival odds.]]
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