History Headscratchers / JusticeLeague

8th Dec '16 12:00:20 PM Overfiend
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** I'd always assumed Velcro or snaps.
8th Dec '16 9:28:55 AM Overfiend
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*** Wonder Woman is the princess of Themyscira. Aquaman is King of Atlantis. They've both got access to riches they could dump on the League to help keep it going. Arthur alone probably could drop billions in sunken treasure or doubloons in the pot and not even feel it.
30th Oct '16 7:56:30 AM SteveMB
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** Also, Luthor's disdain for Superman as an "alien" may have inclined him to take a black-and-white view of Kryptonite as "harmless to humans, deadly to Superman" without thinking it through properly and considering the possibility that it's harmless to humans ''in the short term'', but ultimately just as dangerous as any mundane form of radiation.
27th Oct '16 8:41:35 PM ThenWhyNot
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* How did Batman survive the end of the second part of this episode? He was cornered, outgunned, severely outnumbered and he basically did surrender. J'onn's explanation in the next episode actually explains nothing.
26th Oct '16 7:05:25 PM SteveMB
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** One obvious possibility is that he's just putting on a show to [[VillainWithGoodPublicity burnish his public image]]. It's also possible that he's perfectly sincere -- he's let himself be defined by his rivalry with Superman to the point that losing his old enemy (and losing any chance to [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou score a final triumph over him]]) leaves him [[AntagonistInMourning feeling genuinely bereft]] and [[NowWhat unsure of what to do with himself]].
11th Oct '16 1:26:47 PM MrDeath
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** The crossover said all the owners ''died mysteriously'', not that they died of cancer specifically. Lex would have written that off as superstition -- if he'd even been told it in the first place. Lex has nothing to do with the dragon statue or the theft. Grabbing it was all Joker's idea and plot.
11th Oct '16 10:46:23 AM Dere
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*** This troper recalls Bruce Timm stating that that while they wrote that episode with the comic with Jason Blood in mind, it doesn't necessarily makes it canon. So it must be that a story along the lines of that comic happened offscreen, not the exact comic.
11th Oct '16 10:06:12 AM Dere
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** Most certainly. Every DCAU show that wasn't Static Shock, The Zeta Project or [=JLU=] had its episodes produced and aired out of order.
11th Oct '16 9:57:12 AM Dere
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* Prior to Justice League, why didn't Lex take preventive measures to avoid getting cancer from the Kryptonite he's always carrying around? He had to have known about Kryptonite poisoning, especially after the reveal that all the owners of the Kryptonite dragon statue in WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries died from it.
24th Sep '16 11:06:44 PM SuperMagneto
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* Why would Lex Luthor miss Superman? He tells Lois this at the funeral. Lex HATED Supes back in the 1996 Superman animated series. Shouldn't he be happy that the Man of Steel is "dead"?
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