History Headscratchers / JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths

11th Mar '16 7:40:06 AM Jsketchy
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** When I watched the scene where Owlman explained the multiverse to Superwoman,I was under the impression that Owlman wasn't actually denoting real Earths, merely using the image to make a point contrary to Superwoman. You'll notice that the first "alternate earth" he mentions is a polar opposite of their current situation. Him mentioning the fish world was a hyperbole that didn't need to technically be true to illustrate his point.
11th Mar '16 7:23:43 AM Jsketchy
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** Again you guys, you're ignoring my question. It's not about what happens during the fight with Batman, or after on the iice world, or even the rammifications of what he was trying ti do. I'm asking ''why'', a nihilist like Owlman, wants to destroys all Earths, when ''by definition'' as a Nihilist, ''nothing'' matters?

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** Again you guys, you're ignoring my question. It's not about what happens during the fight with Batman, or after on the iice ice world, or even the rammifications of what he was trying ti do. I'm asking ''why'', a nihilist like Owlman, wants to destroys all Earths, when ''by definition'' as a Nihilist, ''nothing'' matters?



** From the way I saw it, Owlman wanted to destroy everyone and everything because it was the only meaningful choice he thought he could make. Owlman saw every choice as predetermined because he saw all realities nothing but the result of a choice made by a you from a different reality. However, if Owlm destroyed Earth Prime and end all realities, he would be making a choice no other Owlman had ever done and thus a meaningful choice determined by his own will rather than the will of another Owlman. Because if an Owlman had done it before him, he wouldn't be around to do it. And if he failed and another Owlman succeeded, he still wouldn't be around to be angry about the failure. Thus destrying Earth Prime is the one true choice from Owlman's point of view. It's the only choice that couldn't have been predetermined in some form or fashion.

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** From the way I saw it, Owlman wanted to destroy everyone and everything because it was the only meaningful choice he thought he could make. Owlman saw every choice as predetermined because he saw all realities nothing but the result of a choice made by a you from a different reality. However, if Owlm Owlman destroyed Earth Prime and end all realities, he would be making a choice no other Owlman had ever done and thus a meaningful choice determined by his own will rather than the will of another Owlman. Because if an Owlman had done it before him, he wouldn't be around to do it. And if he failed and another Owlman succeeded, he still wouldn't be around to be angry about the failure. Thus destrying destroying Earth Prime is the one true choice from Owlman's point of view. It's the only choice that couldn't have been predetermined in some form or fashion.


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**When I watched the scene,I was under the impression that Owlman wasn't actually denoting real Earths, merely using the image to make a point contrary to Superwoman. You'll notice that the first "alternate earth" he mentions is a polar opposite of their current situation. Him mentioning the fish world was a hyperbole that didn't need to technically be true to illustrate his point.
20th Nov '15 8:16:28 AM AntMan
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** Earth-Prime was a barren wasteland, but in the comics it's supposed to be our world. [[WesternAnimation/Futurama Unless they were just in L.A.]], clearly it's all non-canon and the rules are different here.

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** Earth-Prime was a barren wasteland, but in the comics it's supposed to be our world. [[WesternAnimation/Futurama [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Unless they were just in L.A.]], clearly it's all non-canon and the rules are different here.
20th Nov '15 8:15:31 AM AntMan
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** Earth-Prime was a barren wasteland, but in the comics it's supposed to be our world. Unless they were just in L.A., clearly it's all non-canon and the rules are different here.

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** Earth-Prime was a barren wasteland, but in the comics it's supposed to be our world. [[WesternAnimation/Futurama Unless they were just in L.A., ]], clearly it's all non-canon and the rules are different here.
8th Oct '15 3:31:50 PM Dragon101
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** Because he is a murderous psychopath. Who happens to be a nihilist.
6th Sep '15 9:24:08 PM timemonkey
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*** Plus death wasn't certain, for all we know if he'd stopped as soon as Batman got back he'd have been fine, if down a couple decades. It just happened to take him a bit too long to stop.
6th Aug '15 2:09:50 PM Terreliv
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** Because there's still the normal-universe villains as heroes, and any citizens with guns who kidnap or kill their relatives.
9th Apr '15 11:28:24 AM Powerhouse411
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**From the way I saw it, Owlman wanted to destroy everyone and everything because it was the only meaningful choice he thought he could make. Owlman saw every choice as predetermined because he saw all realities nothing but the result of a choice made by a you from a different reality. However, if Owlm destroyed Earth Prime and end all realities, he would be making a choice no other Owlman had ever done and thus a meaningful choice determined by his own will rather than the will of another Owlman. Because if an Owlman had done it before him, he wouldn't be around to do it. And if he failed and another Owlman succeeded, he still wouldn't be around to be angry about the failure. Thus destrying Earth Prime is the one true choice from Owlman's point of view. It's the only choice that couldn't have been predetermined in some form or fashion.
15th Mar '15 5:39:51 PM christopherweebling1
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*** It's the Grandfather Paradox. If you were to go back in time and kill your grandfather when he was still a kid, then he could never have children. If he never had children, your parents were never born, and neither were you. So your grandfather never died, so he did die. Earth Prime is an Earth before a choice. Take away the Earth before a choice is made, you take away the choices. You take away the Multiverse. There was no human race, and there would be no human race. His goal was to end all life in all worlds. You want to get as many branches as you want from a tree for your use and only your use, you cut down the tree at the trunk.
6th Dec '14 6:14:28 PM Kirara
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* If the Crime Syndicate practically control the whole world, why do they need masks and presumably secret identies?
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