History Headscratchers / JusticeLeagueDoom

4th Jul '16 9:28:13 PM trixus
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*** How exactly do you put a device on the fastest man alive if he actively wants to kill you, how can you do anything if any of those are already rogue and ready to level cities. Even in Forever Evil Batman's plan still needed some new trick that some didn't make sense because his plan her wouldn't work on EvilCounterpart.



*** Vandal saw the process of cutting with rocks to surgical laser, surely he knows more than batman about how to make bullet.



*** Because Martian Manhunter on fire wouldn't cause property damage when he freaks out. Also notice how his plan for himself includes hurt a civilian? Even his plan against hinged on him still be a good guy at heart.



** Really, if anyone is to blame for the failure of the plan, its Savage himself- he should have launched the missle the moment the Justice League were incapacitated (and pull a YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness on his minions), but he wanted to offer these criminals a chance to rule the world with him (even though none of them usually go after something like that, and probably wouldn't make very good rulers). Mostly he seemed to just waste time because he was oh-so-confident that his plan would succeed and the other villains would appreciate his genius.

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** Really, if anyone is to blame for the failure of the plan, its Savage himself- he should have launched the missle missile the moment the Justice League were incapacitated (and pull a YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness on his minions), but he wanted to offer these criminals a chance to rule the world with him (even though none of them usually go after something like that, and probably wouldn't make very good rulers). Mostly he seemed to just waste time because he was oh-so-confident that his plan would succeed and the other villains would appreciate his genius.


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*** So he thinks that if he becomes evil he would be stupid enough to go straight on against the League instead of using his contingency plans to kill them individually. No wonder Savage got a hold of his plans he thinks criminals are all morons.


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*** Replace Savage in this movie by Evil Batman and you'll get the idea of why this is a poor reasoning. Batman has already planned to kill them all by surprise individually why does he thinks him turning rogue implies a 180 where he became a loud mustache twirling villain? this is just him covering his own ass.
4th Jul '16 8:58:38 PM trixus
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** Throwing a batarang at the Joker's face and setting up Superman to get shot by a kryptonite or drugging Wonder Woman so she dies of exhaustion is not the same thing. The fact that it takes so few twinkling to turn his plan into an assassination for his friend while for his rogue gallery it's wait untilt they break the law then punch them hard is really worrying.
8th Oct '15 2:58:54 PM Dragon101
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* Isn't giving an immortal life in prison without possibility of parole ''by definition'' a cruel and unusual punishment, and therefore ''illegal''? The fact that the Justice League didn't bat an eye to this sentence strikes me as odd. Sure he's a really sick fuck, but ''infinity''? Not the thousands or ''maybe'' millions of years he deserves, but an ''infinite'' punishment for a horrible but still finite crime?

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* Isn't giving an immortal life in prison without possibility of parole ''by definition'' a cruel and unusual punishment, and therefore ''illegal''? The fact that the Justice League didn't bat an eye to this sentence strikes me as odd. Sure he's a really sick fuck, but ''infinity''? Not the thousands or ''maybe'' millions of years he deserves, but an ''infinite'' punishment for a horrible but still finite crime?crime?
** "Life" does not actually mean "life" in legal terminology; he'll probably be locked up until he appears to have redeemed himself / humanity has advanced to the point he is less of a threat / he breaks out of prison. Really they just mean "indefinitely".
24th Aug '15 2:58:28 PM RaustBD
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** And a clip from a totally different work is irrelevant to this one.

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** And a clip from a totally different work is irrelevant to this one.one.
* Isn't giving an immortal life in prison without possibility of parole ''by definition'' a cruel and unusual punishment, and therefore ''illegal''? The fact that the Justice League didn't bat an eye to this sentence strikes me as odd. Sure he's a really sick fuck, but ''infinity''? Not the thousands or ''maybe'' millions of years he deserves, but an ''infinite'' punishment for a horrible but still finite crime?
24th Jun '15 5:06:04 AM perfectpieces
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** I guess she was too caught up in the moment? It's not like she can't move to space, anyway.
11th May '15 8:26:21 AM MrDeath
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*** [[https://youtu.be/ZJVvrmLSTsg?t=4m45s Not really.]]

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*** [[https://youtu.be/ZJVvrmLSTsg?t=4m45s Not really.]]]]
** And a clip from a totally different work is irrelevant to this one.
10th May '15 6:11:16 AM christopherweebling1
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** Because that isn't Batman's plan for him. That's something Vandal Savage (and in the original story, Ra's Al Ghul) came up with on his own.

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** Because that isn't Batman's plan for him. That's something Vandal Savage (and in the original story, Ra's Al Ghul) came up with on his own.own.
*** [[https://youtu.be/ZJVvrmLSTsg?t=4m45s Not really.]]
18th Jan '15 3:05:40 PM MrDeath
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*** It might not even be that she's "forced." Cyborg even asks how what she's seeing can be possible, and while she says she doesn't know, her tone adds, "And I don't care." She sees enemies, she fights them -- she's not going to question it much, because she's a warrior and thinks that way.
16th Jan '15 7:39:52 AM MrDeath
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* At the end of the movie Superman asks Batman how he could be so arrogant as to think there shouldn't be a plan to take him down and Batman replies that the Justice League is his plan if he goes rogue. Which is good and well except for the part that the tapes show he does have a plan for himself and Bane uses the plan. That's why Bane takes his parent's bodies. Why not say there is a plan for me?

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* At the end of the movie Superman asks Batman how he could be so arrogant as to think there shouldn't be a plan to take him down and Batman replies that the Justice League is his plan if he goes rogue. Which is good and well except for the part that the tapes show he does have a plan for himself and Bane uses the plan. That's why Bane takes his parent's bodies. Why not say there is a plan for me?me?
** Because that isn't Batman's plan for him. That's something Vandal Savage (and in the original story, Ra's Al Ghul) came up with on his own.
16th Jan '15 1:02:57 AM SeanRenaud
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** Batman does have plans presumably for every known villain and they probably get deployed successfully all the time but we don't get to see story where the villain shows up and is taken down in two moves.



* Doesn't Carol Ferris/Star Sapphire have a family on earth? I can't see her being okay with genocide.

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* Doesn't Carol Ferris/Star Sapphire have a family on earth? I can't see her being okay with genocide.genocide.
* At the end of the movie Superman asks Batman how he could be so arrogant as to think there shouldn't be a plan to take him down and Batman replies that the Justice League is his plan if he goes rogue. Which is good and well except for the part that the tapes show he does have a plan for himself and Bane uses the plan. That's why Bane takes his parent's bodies. Why not say there is a plan for me?
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