History Headscratchers / YoungJustice

26th Feb '18 10:23:53 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Because he's the partner to [[MemeticBadass Batman]]. He's got the most skill, the most brains and the most experience and training. Also GenreSavvy regarding the comics?

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** Because he's the partner to [[MemeticBadass Batman]]. He's got the most skill, the most brains and the most experience and training. Also GenreSavvy regarding the comics?
28th Jan '18 5:59:08 AM SAMAS
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** Is there any reason ''not'' to? Besides, the Reach brought in Green Beetle specifically to get Blue back On Mode, so there's reason to believe they did it in the BadFuture too. But even if Mode!Jaime got killed and replaced by Blue Beetle II, that's still more reason to keep the Blue Scarab out of the Reach's hands.


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*** Because Garth and Tula weren't on the Team ''then''. What happened two or three years later was two or three years in the future that Kaldur didn't know about. Doylist-wise, the point of the episode was to try to avert AtlantisIsBoring, flesh out Kaldur's character a bit(i.e.: show he's not perfect, and maybe a touch of foreshadowing for his relationship to Black Manta), and draw out Starro into the story for the Light to use.


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*** They ''weren't'' in love. They and Garth were pretty much a TwoGuysAndAGirl trio, and while Kaldur was very much ''attracted'' to Tula, he never got a chance to voice those feelings. And after he left, that gave room for Tula and Garth to grow closer.


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*** Besides, would you ''really'' recognize someone if they looked like, say, [[Series/FullHouse DJ]] circa twenty years ago? Even if you watched the show back in the day, she would most likely have a familiar-looking face, and you probably wouldn't make the connection until you popped an old DVD in the present. This is actually a joke earlier in the season, where Artemis just barely misses seeing an episode of the show.


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** She '''is''' a bad guy, and an assassin to boot. why ''not'' fake a nationality?
12th Jan '18 12:27:37 AM Cryoclaste
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* So, in "Satisfaction," when Blue Beetle, Impulse and the others are in the grotto and Impulse asks about the monuments, Jaime mentions that "no one will know his [Ted Kord/Blue Beetle I] sacrifice," and he also mentions he never met Kord. Later, in Jaime's "Before the Dawn" flashback, we see him get the Scarab at Kord Industries when the building explodes and it flies out. However, the mainstream Ted Kord died during the InfiniteCrisis - since that likely hasn't happened in this world, the question remains, how did Ted Kord die?

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* So, in "Satisfaction," when Blue Beetle, Impulse and the others are in the grotto and Impulse asks about the monuments, Jaime mentions that "no one will know his [Ted Kord/Blue Beetle I] sacrifice," and he also mentions he never met Kord. Later, in Jaime's "Before the Dawn" flashback, we see him get the Scarab at Kord Industries when the building explodes and it flies out. However, the mainstream Ted Kord died during the InfiniteCrisis ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' - since that likely hasn't happened in this world, the question remains, how did Ted Kord die?
26th Nov '17 10:47:13 PM EricW
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** I'd assume that eventually one of the supervillains cracked. That for all the Light's attempted good will with others, eventually someone on the totem poll leaked to Batman or to someone else and said he was working for "The Light".
22nd Jul '17 3:11:16 PM Epicazeroth
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** Five years passed between seasons. That's more than enough time for the League to do some digging.
11th Jun '17 3:47:35 AM Anddrix
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** Yeah- when a GalacticConqueror shows up, it's a good bet he's here to ''conquer'', even if he also intends to wipe out the ScaryDogmaticAliens that you're already having to deal with while he's at it. It was an EvilVersusEvil situation where either side winning would be bad for Earth (and Mongul was the greater threat at the moment), and the League and team were GenreSavvy enough to know it.

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** Yeah- when a GalacticConqueror shows up, it's a good bet he's here to ''conquer'', even if he also intends to wipe out the ScaryDogmaticAliens that you're already having to deal with while he's at it. It was an EvilVersusEvil situation where either side winning would be bad for Earth (and Mongul was the greater threat at the moment), and the League and team were GenreSavvy smart enough to know it.
27th Apr '17 5:13:08 PM yugi195
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** Plus it's not like Fate has much of a choice in his situation. He can't put himself on someone, after all. When he unpossesses someone, he's essentially placing himself at their mercy until they or someone else puts the helmet on. As soon as a potential host comes along, his options are either A) Let them go, at which point there's no guarantee he'll ever be put on again, or B) Imprison the host for as long as possible.
30th Mar '17 7:10:29 PM KaoticKanine
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*A very small headscratcher, but this line from [[Recap/YoungJusticeS1E22Agendas Agendas]]: "Wisdom does not equal maturity." But... Isn't maturity pretty much the definition of wisdom? The word is literally defined as "the ability to think and act using knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense, and insight." All of that fits maturity to me. If he were referring to intelligence then I could readily accept that since an intelligent person isn't necessarily mature and intelligence doesn't equate to wisdom or vice versa. But wisdom, in most ways, DOES equal maturity. Granted, Captain Marvel does act pretty immature. But that shouldn't be the case since he has the "Wisdom of Solomon"...
8th Jan '17 5:11:58 PM nombretomado
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* Why did VandalSavage send Batman down to mount justice to explain his plan to the team in detail? I mean sure he threw in that "We foiled his plan already" bit but couldn't he have not given the team all the backstory they would need to wreck his shit? I mean why not just [[Franchise/StarTrek beam gas canisters into the cave]] to knock them unconscious? Other than [[JustEatGilligan it would end the show with the bad guy winning.]]

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* Why did VandalSavage ComicBook/VandalSavage send Batman down to mount justice to explain his plan to the team in detail? I mean sure he threw in that "We foiled his plan already" bit but couldn't he have not given the team all the backstory they would need to wreck his shit? I mean why not just [[Franchise/StarTrek beam gas canisters into the cave]] to knock them unconscious? Other than [[JustEatGilligan it would end the show with the bad guy winning.]]



*** And as of "War" it's quite clear that the Light and the Reach are at cross-purposes, seeing as the Light's unnofficial leader VandalSavage prodded Mongul into attacking Earth to take a major bite out of the Reach's on-planet forces.

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*** And as of "War" it's quite clear that the Light and the Reach are at cross-purposes, seeing as the Light's unnofficial leader VandalSavage ComicBook/VandalSavage prodded Mongul into attacking Earth to take a major bite out of the Reach's on-planet forces.
31st Dec '16 10:17:11 AM nombretomado
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** This was a minor plot point in ''{{Animorphs}},'' that human brains are just wired in such a way that we're more ingenuitive. One of the aliens in that series noted that it took humans less than 80 years to go from atmospheric flight to spaceflight, but it took his species considerably longer. It could just be that humans are more imaginative that way. Or it's part of the metagene.

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** This was a minor plot point in ''{{Animorphs}},'' ''Literature/{{Animorphs}},'' that human brains are just wired in such a way that we're more ingenuitive. One of the aliens in that series noted that it took humans less than 80 years to go from atmospheric flight to spaceflight, but it took his species considerably longer. It could just be that humans are more imaginative that way. Or it's part of the metagene.
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