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10th Mar '17 6:38:29 AM HereIGoAgain
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*** "It has little, if anything, to do with genes". That could be true, except, it is not. Explanation will be in next sentence. "and more to do with burning himself out doing constant all-nighters". "Burning himself out" and "doing constant all-nighters" both are bacically will and determination that comes from genetics. To build muscle mass, person need appropriate genes. Saying that genetics don't play or almost don't play a role in it, is just nonsense.
10th Mar '17 6:22:19 AM HereIGoAgain
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*** Batman is fictional character. His heart problems has nothing to do with problems per se. In "real life" genetics pre-determine of what you are on 93%. Without appropriate genetics, no matter how much person exercise, they won't be able to achieve certain results more, than they actually can without suited for that purpose genes. Person is born smart or dumb. Person born strong or weak. Everywhere is genetics and absolutely nothing else. Will to train is also part of genetics respectively. Batman as fictional character not bound by actuality.
10th Mar '17 6:02:57 AM HereIGoAgain
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*** "all areas of human society can work without men if needed."
Actually, it is vice versa. Of course, they can not. Males are better objectively at everything except those activities in which females are specifically better. But examples of such activities are unknown.
The fact that human society has human males in the frst place, already proves that female society wouldn't survive without them. Besides, males (at least in human world) are smarter, bigger and simply overall better, than females! Women wouldn't be able to survive and which is more importantly, they wouldn't be able to take actions necessary to survive, because they are not that good at certain activities as males are!
11th Jan '17 10:10:08 AM Zozma
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** In fairness, Hawkgirl's actions were treated as a betrayal by both parties. The audience is meant to see where she's coming from with her infidelity, but not excuse it. As for her and Jon getting back togeter...it's not like their relationship had much substance to begin with outside of a playful antagonism. Comic book love is often high in passion and low in substance, which kind of makes sense given the hectic, unstable, and dangerous life of super heroes.


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** I know it's hard to imagine given that humanity has never faced something similar, but we're talking about the invasion of our planet and enslavement of our entire species by an intergalactic empire. Even if you were to ignore their ultimately apocalyptic intentions, humanity was still broken and subjugated with the help of a woman whose *job* it was to protect them. Earth faces crisis on a weekly basis in the DCAU so humanity's eventual acceptance of Hawkgirl can probably be justified, but in the real world I suspect the public and world governments would completely turn against the JU and demand either justice or Hawkgirl's head on a platter.
11th Jan '17 9:54:48 AM Zozma
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** Didn't Mars have other native life forms? I assumed that was the basis for J'onn's shapeshifting; he takes the form of Martian monsters. An organism that can nonviolently pacify or read the intentions of a predator using telepathy would have a pretty enormous evolutionary advantage. From there it stands to reason that the telepathy they developed to counter external threats could be used to thwart invasive mind reading from one another.
11th Jan '17 9:41:28 AM Zozma
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*** It was stated by Amanda Waller that simulations were run to see if they could handle a rogue Justice League, and they arrived at the conclusion that they couldn't. Presumably everything Cadmus did and didn't do thereafter was predicated on these vague calculations. They were probably savvy enough to know that their metahumans could turn against them, but nonetheless believed them to be their best shot.
30th Dec '16 11:38:31 AM nombretomado
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* After Hawkgirl's very first appearance ("Secret Origins, Part II"), Batman remarks, "Hawkgirl? What's she doing here?" Did those two meet at some prior point in the {{DCAU}}, or are we to assume that Batman just knows about all the world's superheroes as part of his {{crazy prepared}}ness?

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* After Hawkgirl's very first appearance ("Secret Origins, Part II"), Batman remarks, "Hawkgirl? What's she doing here?" Did those two meet at some prior point in the {{DCAU}}, Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse, or are we to assume that Batman just knows about all the world's superheroes as part of his {{crazy prepared}}ness?
29th Dec '16 7:34:47 AM SteveMB
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*** (1) Don't forget that Glorious Godfrey is from Apokalips and is one of Darkseid's inner circle. He's not a pundit, he's a supervillain. (2) The villain uses the Javelin to throw the device into the sun, but the actual anti-fusion device was not created by the Justice League, it was created by the army. So the villain was appropriating armytech to try to destroy the sun, and he just stole the Justice League's ride to move it. And without a Justice League, he could just as easily have gotten a spaceship from somewhere else, like LexCorp, Star Labs, Cadmus, etc. (3) Characters aren't genre-savvy by nature. Every superhero ever has had to, in one capacity or another, defeat a brain-jumper. It's not unreasonable to expect that one will show up in a medium that hasn't had one yet - that's the DEFINITION of a trope. That said, it's ridiculous to expect the Justice League to scan the brainwave patterns of every one of their members every time they want to get into the Watchtower. Nobody's that careful, regardless of the fact that by now, the Justice League really SHOULD be.

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*** (1) Don't forget that Glorious Godfrey is from Apokalips and is one of Darkseid's inner circle. He's not a pundit, he's a supervillain. (2) The villain uses the Javelin to throw the device into the sun, but the actual anti-fusion device was not created by the Justice League, it was created by the army. So the villain was appropriating armytech to try to destroy the sun, and he just stole the Justice League's ride to move it. And without a Justice League, he could just as easily have gotten a spaceship from somewhere else, like LexCorp, [=LexCorp=], Star Labs, Cadmus, Wayne Aerospace etc. (3) Characters aren't genre-savvy by nature. Every superhero ever has had to, in one capacity or another, defeat a brain-jumper. It's not unreasonable to expect that one will show up in a medium that hasn't had one yet - that's the DEFINITION of a trope. That said, it's ridiculous to expect the Justice League to scan the brainwave patterns of every one of their members every time they want to get into the Watchtower. Nobody's that careful, regardless of the fact that by now, the Justice League really SHOULD be.
29th Dec '16 4:10:13 AM SteveMB
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** Batman's objections are framed in terms of team practice being a waste of time. That suggests that the root cause of his objection is his feeling that the League is distracting him from the job of cleaning up the streets of Gotham City.
14th Dec '16 1:20:55 PM 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.

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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" Superman"[[note]]In fact, he said just that when the doctor told him what was wrong.[[/note]] 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.
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