History HoYay / JusticeLeague

21st Jan '18 1:14:10 PM Oberoniss
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** [[RefugeInAudacity Bondage. Lots of it.]]
** Especially prevalent in that afterward Audrey started to treat Diana like a [[ClingyJealousGirl clingy]], [[PsychoExGirlfriend jealous ex]] because she was trying to stop her marriage with [[spoiler:Vandal Savage]].
** Also note how earlier in the episode, Audrey even says "I'm a world class party girl, I intend to go out with a bang. Several, if it can be arranged" then winks at WW. Then later she's flirting with 4 "hot guy" types, offers 2 of them to WW, then suggests they both "go to the VIP room"

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** [[RefugeInAudacity Bondage. Lots of it.]]
** Especially prevalent in that afterward Audrey started to treat Diana like a [[ClingyJealousGirl clingy]], [[PsychoExGirlfriend jealous ex]] because she was trying to stop her marriage with [[spoiler:Vandal Savage]].
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Savage]]. Also note how earlier in the episode, Audrey even says "I'm a world class party girl, I intend to go out with a bang. Several, if it can be arranged" then winks at WW. Then later she's flirting with 4 "hot guy" types, offers 2 of them to WW, then suggests they both "go to the VIP room"



** Of course, the entire episode was known for its LesYay subtext - as is every other Black Canary story these days.



** When the Thanagarians return in ''Justice League Unlimited'' and Kragger is basically a vegetable in a robot suit, almost all of his dialogue is reinforcing the HoYay between him and Talak. "You took Commander Talak from us!". It wasn't her costing his home planet the war and dooming it's survivors to enslavement that made him really upset, it was her "taking Talak from us".
*** According to [[WordOfGod Bruce Timm]], "[Kragger] plays Hro Talak's right-hand man who probably is a little bit more than that at least in his own mind, which is pretty obvious when J'onn gets in here, we see the two big statues with the crushed statue of Hawkgirl laying at their feet. A little bit of symbolism there, which amazingly went over a lot of people's head."

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** When the Thanagarians return in ''Justice League Unlimited'' and Kragger is basically a vegetable in a robot suit, almost all of his dialogue is reinforcing the HoYay between him and Talak. "You took Commander Talak from us!". It wasn't her costing his home planet the war and dooming it's survivors to enslavement that made him really upset, it was her "taking Talak from us".
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us". According to [[WordOfGod Bruce Timm]], "[Kragger] plays Hro Talak's right-hand man who probably is a little bit more than that at least in his own mind, which is pretty obvious when J'onn gets in here, we see the two big statues with the crushed statue of Hawkgirl laying at their feet. A little bit of symbolism there, which amazingly went over a lot of people's head."



* There was something between a serious bromance and this trope going on between the Shining Knight and Vigilante. They were only ever in episodes ''and'' fight scenes together (except for Vig in Hunter's Moon, anyways). Even when they show up only in the background, like in the cafeteria, they're eating together.
** Not to mention the late nights staying up watching Clint Eastwood movies together....
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "The Balance", contains a lot of Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl lesbian subtext.
** Especially as their estranged relationship could be looked at as two ex-couples incapable of moving on.

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* There was something between a serious bromance and this trope going on between the Shining Knight and Vigilante. They were only ever in episodes ''and'' fight scenes together (except for Vig in Hunter's Moon, anyways). Even when they show up only in the background, like in the cafeteria, they're eating together.
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together. Not to mention the late nights staying up watching Clint Eastwood movies together....
* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "The Balance", contains a lot of Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl lesbian subtext.
** Especially
subtext, especially as their estranged relationship could be looked at as two ex-couples incapable of moving on.



* Comicbook/{{Batgirl}} and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} become very close very... quickly in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Girl's Night Out", and in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' Christmas episode, they are absent 'on a skiing holiday together'.
** Don't forget the scene with Batgirl gleefully RIDING a flying Supergirl....
* "The Balance" really ramps up the relationship between Diana and Shayera they act more like exes than estranged friends.

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* Comicbook/{{Batgirl}} and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} become very close very... quickly in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Girl's Night Out", and in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' Christmas episode, they are absent 'on a skiing holiday together'.
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together'. Don't forget the scene with Batgirl gleefully RIDING a flying Supergirl....
* "The Balance" really ramps up the relationship between Diana and Shayera they act more like exes than estranged friends.
Supergirl....
30th Dec '17 2:35:09 AM elenaisabel722
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** The scene at the Eiffel Tower is ''very'' heavy with the subtext, with Audrey's remark about keeping Wonder Woman's dancing a secret being rather flirtatious, especially since she's ''holding her hand'' . Some of the more passionate fans were screaming ''JUST KISS ALREADY!'' .
28th May '17 3:04:12 AM td1989
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* "The Balance" really ramps up the relationship between Diana and Shayera they act more like exes than estranged friends.
11th Dec '16 6:23:12 AM Overfiend
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** Don't forget the scene with Batgirl gleefully RIDING a flying Supergirl....
11th Dec '16 6:21:28 AM Overfiend
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** Not to mention the late nights staying up watching Clint Eastwood movies together....
8th Oct '16 1:18:20 AM Tron80
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* Comicbook/{{Batgirl}} and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} become very close very... quickly in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Girl's Night Out", and in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' Christmas episode, they are absent 'on a skiing holiday together'.
16th May '16 11:29:18 AM Darkmane
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* There was something between a serious bromance and this trope going on between the Shining Knight and Vigilante. They were only ever in episodes ''and'' fight scenes together (except for Vig in Hunter's Moon, anyways).

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* There was something between a serious bromance and this trope going on between the Shining Knight and Vigilante. They were only ever in episodes ''and'' fight scenes together (except for Vig in Hunter's Moon, anyways). Even when they show up only in the background, like in the cafeteria, they're eating together.
16th Dec '15 3:49:16 PM worldbreaker
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** Especially as their estranged relationship could be looked at as two ex-couples incapable of moving on.
16th Jun '15 7:54:49 PM nombretomado
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** ''JusticeLeague'' had more than its fair share of Superman/Batman HoYay, the pinnacle of which occurred in the episode "Hereafter". Superman is vaporized in the first act, and Batman's response is to carry around a scrap of his cape, finger it absently while reviewing a tape of Supes' death ad infinitum, and maintain to anyone who'll listen that he's {{not quite dead}}. Of course, this being Batman, [[NeverFoundTheBody he's]] [[MeanwhileInTheFuture right]], but League members still manage to call him out on his stoic bullshit. [[TalkingToTheDead And then there's this speech]]:

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** ''JusticeLeague'' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' had more than its fair share of Superman/Batman HoYay, the pinnacle of which occurred in the episode "Hereafter". Superman is vaporized in the first act, and Batman's response is to carry around a scrap of his cape, finger it absently while reviewing a tape of Supes' death ad infinitum, and maintain to anyone who'll listen that he's {{not quite dead}}. Of course, this being Batman, [[NeverFoundTheBody he's]] [[MeanwhileInTheFuture right]], but League members still manage to call him out on his stoic bullshit. [[TalkingToTheDead And then there's this speech]]:



* In the ''JusticeLeague'' episode "Maid of Honor", Wonder Woman and Princess Audrey have a... very close relationship after a night of partying. Considering that Diana is an Amazon hailing from a society with no men whatsoever and Audrey just radiates that "[[AnythingThatMoves depraved]] aristocrat" vibe, one might wonder what exactly went on that night.

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* In the ''JusticeLeague'' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "Maid of Honor", Wonder Woman and Princess Audrey have a... very close relationship after a night of partying. Considering that Diana is an Amazon hailing from a society with no men whatsoever and Audrey just radiates that "[[AnythingThatMoves depraved]] aristocrat" vibe, one might wonder what exactly went on that night.



* ''JusticeLeague'' episode "The Balance", contains a lot of Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl lesbian subtext.

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* ''JusticeLeague'' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "The Balance", contains a lot of Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl lesbian subtext.
1st Mar '15 6:56:16 AM nighttrainfm
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* Lex's obsession with finding Brainiac in the final season of ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' is pretty intense. To be fair there's probably little other way to play the search for someone you once [[spoiler:shared a body]] with, but still. Of course, it seems even ''more'' slashy when you start hearing Lex's dialogue ("We can finally be together again!"). Then there's the fact that [[spoiler:Tala, his lover, betrays him because she's sick of him always pining after Brainiac]]. Nope, nothing suspect about that at ''all''. Not to mention the attempted resurrection in "Alive," which includes a close-up of Lex's ecstatic face while he exclaims "Brainiac... I'm coming!"

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* Lex's obsession with finding Brainiac in the final season of ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' ''Unlimited'' is pretty intense. To be fair there's probably little other way to play the search for someone you once [[spoiler:shared a body]] with, but still. Of course, it seems even ''more'' slashy when you start hearing Lex's dialogue ("We can finally be together again!"). Then there's the fact that [[spoiler:Tala, his lover, betrays him because she's sick of him always pining after Brainiac]]. Nope, nothing suspect about that at ''all''. Not to mention the attempted resurrection in "Alive," which includes a close-up of Lex's ecstatic face while he exclaims "Brainiac... I'm coming!"
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