History Recap / BatmanBeyondS3E10E11TheCall

8th Feb '17 12:42:59 AM DLMaximum1
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* TheMole: An odd variation of the theme occurred. After a member of the Justice League was injured in a suspicious accident, Superman recruited Terry in an effort to find out if there was, indeed, a traitor among their members. Due to the growing tense between the League and Batman, Big Barda and Wakhawk automatically assume Batman was the traitor. As it turned out, Superman himself was the traitor, but not intentionally; he was under the MindControl of one of the aliens he had kept at the Fortress of Solitude for so many years. His reason in recruiting Batman is likely to keep suspicions off of him.

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* TheMole: An odd variation of the theme occurred. After a member of the Justice League was injured in a suspicious accident, Superman recruited Terry in an effort to find out if there was, indeed, a traitor among their members. Due to the growing tense between the League and Batman, Big Barda and Wakhawk Warhawk automatically assume Batman was the traitor. As it turned out, Superman himself was the traitor, but not intentionally; he was under the MindControl of one of the aliens he had kept at the Fortress of Solitude for so many years. His reason in recruiting Batman is likely to keep suspicions off of him.
11th Jan '17 10:11:54 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* {{Futureshadowing}}: Bruce tells Terry that he "never trusted" the boom tubes used by natives of Apokalypse. An explanation comes later in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "[[Recap/Justice LeagueS2E1And2Twilight Twilight", where the young Batman is seen using a boom tube for the first time with Wonder Woman, he seems to get motion sick from doing so.

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* {{Futureshadowing}}: Bruce tells Terry that he "never trusted" the boom tubes used by natives of Apokalypse. An explanation comes later in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "[[Recap/Justice LeagueS2E1And2Twilight Twilight", "[[Recap/JusticeLeagueS2E1And2Twilight Twilight]]", where the young Batman is seen using a boom tube for the first time with Wonder Woman, he seems to get motion sick from doing so.
11th Jan '17 10:11:15 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* FightingFromTheInside: WordOfGod has confirmed that this is why Superman had gone to Bruce in the first place. (In the episode itself, this can be inferred by how surprised he is when the rest of the League turns on him.)
* {{Futureshadowing}}: Bruce tells Terry that he "never trusted" the boom tubes used by natives of Apokalypse. An explanation comes later in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "[[Recap/Justice LeagueS2E1And2Twilight Twilight", where the young Batman is seen using a boom tube for the first time with Wonder Woman, he seems to get motion sick from doing so.
7th Jul '16 10:17:34 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* AdaptationalWimp: While ''incredibly'' dangerous here, Starro was much more so in the comics, where he's the core of a HiveMind of parasitic creatures who can brainwash entire planets. He's much bigger too, his offspring being the size of the starfish aliens in this version.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: While still a villain, Starro is far more evil in the comics, where he and his spawn have a malevolent intelligence, and are intent on galactic conquest.
* AdaptationalWimp: While ''incredibly'' dangerous here, Starro was much more so in the comics, where he's the core of a HiveMind of parasitic creatures who can brainwash entire planets. He's much bigger too, only his offspring being the size of the starfish aliens in this version.



* StarfishAlien: Starro

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* StarfishAlien: StarroStarro, literally.
6th Jul '16 10:37:28 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* AdaptationalWimp: While ''incredibly'' dangerous here, Starro was much more so in the comics, where he's the core of a HiveMind of parasitic creatures who can brainwash entire planets. He's much bigger too, his offspring being the size of the starfish aliens in this version.
15th Jun '16 7:41:07 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Inverted, literally, but for the opposite reason.
1st Apr '16 6:54:31 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* HeroOfAnotherStory: Every member of the current League counts as this, Superman included.


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* MuggingTheMonster: ''Really'' bad choice of hostages there, Inque.
2nd Oct '15 6:08:52 PM TitoMosquito
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* TheMole: An odd variation of the theme occurred. After a member of the Justice League was injured in a suspicious accident, Superman recruited Terry in an effort to find out if there was, indeed, a traitor among their members. As it turned out, Superman himself was the traitor, but not intentionally; he was under the MindControl of one of the aliens he had kept at the Fortress of Solitude for so many years.

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* TheMole: An odd variation of the theme occurred. After a member of the Justice League was injured in a suspicious accident, Superman recruited Terry in an effort to find out if there was, indeed, a traitor among their members. Due to the growing tense between the League and Batman, Big Barda and Wakhawk automatically assume Batman was the traitor. As it turned out, Superman himself was the traitor, but not intentionally; he was under the MindControl of one of the aliens he had kept at the Fortress of Solitude for so many years. His reason in recruiting Batman is likely to keep suspicions off of him.



* NewMeat: Batman to the other JLU members, at least initially. Warhawk and Big Barda, in particular, clearly express their disapproval of his new membership.

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* NewMeat: Batman to the other JLU members, at least initially. Warhawk and Big Barda, in particular, clearly express their disapproval of his new membership. Mostly because Superman recruited him without even telling the team first, which Big Barda took personally.
16th Sep '15 9:54:57 AM SteveMB
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** Bruce mentions that this isn't the first time that Superman has "[[FaceHeelTurn turned rogue]]," likely referring to the events from "Legacy."

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** Bruce mentions that this isn't the first time that Superman has "[[FaceHeelTurn turned rogue]]," likely referring to the events from "Legacy."of [[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E12E13Legacy "Legacy"]].
26th Apr '15 3:27:38 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* {{Leitmotif}}: Superman's theme from [[WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries his animated series]] is played several times during his appearances. A DarkReprise also appears in the scene when a BrainwashedAndCrazy Superman is chasing down the Batmobile.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: Superman's theme from [[WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries his animated series]] is played several times during his appearances. A distorted DarkReprise version also appears in the scene when a BrainwashedAndCrazy Superman is chasing down the Batmobile.
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