History TearJerker / InjusticeGodsAmongUs

9th Aug '17 8:39:52 PM TheNerevarine
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->'''Mirror Master''': Its not right. But maybe you fellas lucked out. [[CrapsackWorld 'Cause living in this backwards Regime world ain't worth it]].

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->'''Mirror -->'''Mirror Master''': Its not right. But maybe you fellas lucked out. [[CrapsackWorld 'Cause living in this backwards Regime world ain't worth it]].
9th Aug '17 8:38:20 PM TheNerevarine
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* Year Five #19: [[spoiler: A brainwashed Doomsday kills Bizarro, after Lex manipulates him into going to the Fortress of Solitude to tie loose ends, though Lex is clearly grieving that he has to do that. ]]

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* Year Five #19: [[spoiler: A brainwashed Doomsday kills Bizarro, after Lex manipulates him into going to the Fortress of Solitude to tie loose ends, though Lex is clearly grieving that he has to do that. ]]]]
* Year Five #21: Golden Glider and Mirror Master are mourning the the Rogues killed by Bizarro. Even [[AntagonistInMourning the Flash shows up to pay his respects to them]]. The eulogy that Mirror Master makes to his fallen teammates is pretty depressing:
->'''Mirror Master''': Its not right. But maybe you fellas lucked out. [[CrapsackWorld 'Cause living in this backwards Regime world ain't worth it]].
30th Jun '17 10:29:10 AM ScribeRetro
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* Main!Superman's reaction to meeting his evil counterpart for the first time. While Main!Green Lantern and Main!Wonder Woman both expressed disgust and outrage at the behavior of their Regime counterparts, Superman's reaction is just...disappointment. He doesn't get particularly angry or shocked. He just looks pitiably at Regime!Superman, probably seeing someone who ultimately failed to live up to the ideals that Main!Superman always aspires to.
1st May '17 11:39:19 AM Stranrep
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25th Apr '17 9:53:28 AM DenisK21
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* Regime!Superman, in a chat with Lex Luthor (who, in THIS universe, is his best friend [[spoiler:or, rather, posing as one to act as the good guys' double agent]]), voices the hope that there might be another Lois along with these other duplicates. Luthor, [[spoiler:in a sincere manner that would have no benefit to his ulterior motives]], sadly assures Superman that, to the former hero, "there was only ONE Lois".
18th Apr '17 5:25:08 PM Blastmasterism324
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Between seeing millions die and suffer, people [[BrokenPedestal losing faith in their heroes]], and ''the'' '''''[[{{Superman}} Man of Steel]]''''' reduced to a maniacal dictator, the short answer is the entire game. To wit:

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18th Apr '17 4:33:55 PM Blastmasterism324
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/supesrealizes.png]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''[[{{NukeEm}} "...Stop beating."]]]]''
14th Apr '17 5:10:21 PM Madnessreaver
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* According to Damian Superman is more of a father than Batman ever was. Hearing this make you wonder that if a tyrant Superman is more of a father than a good Batman what kind of a father Superman would have become if he remained one of the good guys.

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* According to Damian Superman is more of a father than Batman ever was. Hearing this make you wonder that if a tyrant Superman is more of a father than a good Batman what kind of a father Superman would have become if he didn't lose his family and remained one of the good guys.
5th Mar '17 4:35:21 AM Madnessreaver
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* According to Damian Superman is more of a father than Batman ever was. Hearing this make you wonder that if a tyrant Superman is more of a father than a good Batman what kind of a father Superman would have become if he remained one of the good guys.
16th Feb '17 2:16:50 AM DoctorNemesis
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** [[spoiler: But consider also their different reactions. After breaking his vow not to kill, Superman has become a cold, distant tyrant, losing his humanity and his morals, becoming feared and hated by the world that once looked up to him as a hero and inspiration, and inflicting his pain and guilt on others under the pretence of fixing everything. In his dream, however, after Batman breaks his vow not to kill, he surrenders himself to the police and takes responsibility for his crime rather than causing anyone else to suffer. A point he may have, but deep down on some level Superman knows how far he's sunk, and suspects that Batman, in the same circumstances, would not sink as low as he has.]]
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