History Fridge / InjusticeGodsAmongUs

18th Aug '16 1:08:42 PM Allronix
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* If Catwoman joined the Regime to protect Batman while feeding Superman with false clues, why didn't she just convince Batman to send her to infiltrate the Regime? That's PoorCommunicationKills at its best if you ask me, especially when you consider that Luthor pulled a far better job at acting behind Superman's back.

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* If Catwoman joined the Regime to protect Batman while feeding Superman with false clues, why didn't she just convince Batman to send her to infiltrate the Regime? That's PoorCommunicationKills at its best if you ask me, especially when you consider that Luthor pulled a far better job at acting behind Superman's back.back.
** 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.
18th Aug '16 12:11:53 PM Allronix
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** Raven has also had a bad case of HeelFaceRevolvingDoor throughout her run. Most of the time, she can resist being Trigon's little girl, and the overwhelming evil that comes with "daddy's" influence, But when she can't, the Titans end up having to add statues to their memorial hall.
7th Aug '16 12:20:58 PM nombretomado
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* Regime Raven is not seen anywhere when the Regime falls and most of its members arrested. Assuming she wasn't arrested offscreen by the Amazons, that means that we have someone seeking to bring forth the {{The DCU}}'s equivalent of {{Satan}} still roaming free and capable of completing that goal. Given that the mainline heroes eventually return to their universe, there will be no one to stop Trigon's potential return.

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* Regime Raven is not seen anywhere when the Regime falls and most of its members arrested. Assuming she wasn't arrested offscreen by the Amazons, that means that we have someone seeking to bring forth the {{The DCU}}'s Franchise/TheDCU's equivalent of {{Satan}} still roaming free and capable of completing that goal. Given that the mainline heroes eventually return to their universe, there will be no one to stop Trigon's potential return.
5th Jun '16 1:23:18 AM DaScarecrow
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** Not to mention that, much like the match-up between Superman and his EvilCounterpart Ultraman, lethal force can actually be a drawback. The heroes who refuse to cross the line have to get creative to deal with threats and are much sharper and more experienced while the ones that kill tend to default to it the more that they kill and stop innovating.


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5th Jun '16 12:51:11 AM DaScarecrow
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* During gameplay Zod is seen walking on the ground rather than floating like Superman. Given how much time he spends in the Phantom Zone he either doesn't get enough practice with his powers to use them to subtly or he [[SenseFreak he enjoys the feeling of being able to walk around on his own two feet.]]
* It seems odd in the Year Four comic that Darkseid would actually engage in his plot as revenge for Superman killing Kalibak but there are reasons. There was a crossover comic with Galactus where Darkseid tried to stop him because no one messes with what is his so he likely held that against Supes. Two, while he has disintegrated Kalibak more than once he always brings him back because Darkseid did love his mother so Superman killing him means that not only can he not revive Kalibak but he has lost the last piece of the one woman he ever loved. Supes pretty much invoked ItsPersonal with Darkseid on the last point.
* The Year Three comic provides a concrete reason for why Batman upholds ThouShaltNotKill. Superman has a dream where he sees Batman kill the Joker for his actions and immediately turn himself in for murder. This means that he's not on the streets putting the fear of God into the criminals of Gotham. Batman refuses to kill because then he would have to hold himself to the standards he inflicts on criminals and thereby leave Gotham defenseless.
* The Year Four annual has dissidents of the Regime being held in a prison at the bottom of the ocean, which is very much '''not''' a CardboardPrison. Given one of the biggest gripes Supes had with Bats was that Joker could ''never'' be held it makes a lot of sense that he would want a prison as secure as physically possible.
15th Feb '16 10:54:43 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* How many people have died in Regime's attack on Metrololis and Gotham at the end of game?
30th Dec '15 1:07:16 AM Anddrix
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* Sharing a FridgeHorror spot below, how does Regime Supes change the world when he conquers it? Before the final battle, Regime Supes tells Superman that "I perfected this world". Putting aside the destruction going on, he may have really perfected it in a sense. How? Think of any developing country, or one ravaged by war and destruction before Regime Supes took a stand. With the help of [[{{SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor}} someone]] [[CutLexLuthorACheck who could possibly have inventions to help the ordinary citizen]], he had [[{{WesternAnimation/Fantastic Four}} the power to end hunger, abolish disease, to eliminate crime, to establish a perfectly content, perfectly ordered world, all under the benevolence of his iron will.]] Who else thinks Doctor Doom here?

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* Sharing a FridgeHorror spot below, how does Regime Supes change the world when he conquers it? Before the final battle, Regime Supes tells Superman that "I perfected this world". Putting aside the destruction going on, he may have really perfected it in a sense. How? Think of any developing country, or one ravaged by war and destruction before Regime Supes took a stand. With the help of [[{{SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor}} [[{{ComicBook/LexLuthor}} someone]] [[CutLexLuthorACheck who could possibly have inventions to help the ordinary citizen]], he had [[{{WesternAnimation/Fantastic Four}} the power to end hunger, abolish disease, to eliminate crime, to establish a perfectly content, perfectly ordered world, all under the benevolence of his iron will.]] Who else thinks Doctor Doom here?
28th Dec '15 2:43:56 PM Anddrix
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* Sharing a FridgeHorror spot below, how does Regime Supes change the world when he conquers it? Before the final battle, Regime Supes tells Superman that "I perfected this world". Putting aside the destruction going on, he may have really perfected it in a sense. How? Think of any developing country, or one ravaged by war and destruction before Regime Supes took a stand. With the help of [[{{SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor}} someone]] [[CutLexLuthorACheck who could possibly have inventions to help the ordinary citizen]], he had [[{{WesternAnimation/Fantastic Four}} the power to end hunger, abolish disease, to eliminate crime, to establish a perfectly content, perfectly ordered world, all under the benevolence of his iron will.]] Who else thinks DoctorDoom here?

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* Sharing a FridgeHorror spot below, how does Regime Supes change the world when he conquers it? Before the final battle, Regime Supes tells Superman that "I perfected this world". Putting aside the destruction going on, he may have really perfected it in a sense. How? Think of any developing country, or one ravaged by war and destruction before Regime Supes took a stand. With the help of [[{{SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor}} someone]] [[CutLexLuthorACheck who could possibly have inventions to help the ordinary citizen]], he had [[{{WesternAnimation/Fantastic Four}} the power to end hunger, abolish disease, to eliminate crime, to establish a perfectly content, perfectly ordered world, all under the benevolence of his iron will.]] Who else thinks DoctorDoom Doctor Doom here?
17th Oct '15 10:58:03 AM Anddrix
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* While this piece of Brilliance might be obvious to those who pay attention, Insurgency Batman mentions early on that "most obey Superman by fear." Now, why else is there [[{{SelfDemonstrating/Sinestro}} a tall, pink alien]] representing the [[LightIsNotGood yellow light of fear]] on Regime Superman's side?

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* While this piece of Brilliance might be obvious to those who pay attention, Insurgency Batman mentions early on that "most obey Superman by fear." Now, why else is there [[{{SelfDemonstrating/Sinestro}} a tall, pink alien]] alien representing the [[LightIsNotGood yellow light of fear]] on Regime Superman's side?
8th Sep '15 3:25:13 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* A most chilling horror is coming, you haven't seen the titans at all in the videogame, right? Of course you didn't since [[spoiler:Supes mortally wounded Superboy and forced the rest of them to get trapped in the phantom zone if they wanted Kon-El to live. The true horror comes when faced with the very real probability that only Superman knew of this extremely evil action. If Batman does not stop to wonder about them or ask Zatanna to check for them, they may as well be trapped for a very, very, long time in there.]]
** [[spoiler:And, of course, if they get released in the fortress of solitude, Kon-El's wounds won't be treatable in time... And the artefact in question weights 100 tons.]]

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* A most chilling horror is coming, you haven't seen the titans Titans at all in the videogame, right? Of course you didn't since [[spoiler:Supes mortally wounded Superboy and forced the rest of them to get trapped in the phantom zone Phantom Zone if they wanted Kon-El to live. The true horror comes when faced with the very real probability that only Superman knew of this extremely evil action. If Batman does not stop to wonder about them or ask Zatanna to check for them, they may as well be trapped for a very, very, long time in there.]]
** [[spoiler:And, of course, if they get released in the fortress of solitude, Kon-El's wounds won't be treatable in time... And the artefact artifact in question weights 100 tons.]]
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