History TearJerker / JusticeLeague

25th Apr '17 3:34:16 AM Scabbard
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** Batman, in a rare moment of vulnerability, [[spoiler:regresses to the night his parents were killed. This time, Dr. Thomas Wayne overpowers Joe Chill and starts beating the crap out of him while Bruce cheers.]]. You actually see his real-world self ''genuinely smile in happiness''. As Wonder Woman rips the Black Mercy off of Batman, [[spoiler:little Bruce watches in despair all over again as Chill regains control and fatally shoots his father]]. Little Bruce's face is heartbreaking, and a moment later we fade out to see the same despair on Batman's face.

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** Batman, in a rare moment of vulnerability, [[spoiler:regresses to the night his parents were killed. This time, Dr. Thomas Wayne overpowers Joe Chill and starts beating the crap out of him while Bruce cheers.]].cheers]]. You actually see his real-world self ''genuinely smile in happiness''. As Wonder Woman rips the Black Mercy off of Batman, [[spoiler:little Bruce watches in despair all over again as Chill regains control and fatally shoots his father]]. Little Bruce's face is heartbreaking, and a moment later we fade out to see the same despair on Batman's face.
17th Apr '17 11:03:27 AM SteveMB
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'''Batman''': I know what that's like.\\

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'''Batman''': [[DarkAndTroubledPast I know what that's like.\\]]\\
15th Apr '17 1:10:56 PM TrollMan
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[[caption-width-right:350:Would you stay with me? [-I'm scared-].]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Would [[caption-width-right:350:"Could you stay with me? [-I'm scared-].]]
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6th Apr '17 7:14:56 PM ironballs16
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* Pictured above: the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOooJW5SSDA massively heartwrenching scene]] in "Epilogue". [[DarkMagicalGirl Ace]]'s introductory episode -- which shows {{flashback}} images of her being held in various laboratories, her psychologically-broken parents (which she is implied to have accidentally mindwiped as a toddler), the mental-restraint helmet holding back her powers, and the rare occasion where she ''[[CryCute cries]]'' -- are enough to make you choke. In "Epilogue", Ace has created a new Royal Flush Gang with her powers, which have evolved into full-bore reality warping. Once they're taken care of by the JLU, Amanda Waller shows up with another job for the League: [[spoiler:take out Ace before she suffers a massive aneurysm and her powers deal out damage in the form of a psychic backlash that would kill everyone in range--"that's a distance measured in ''miles''". Batman takes a weapon designed to kill Ace and rushes into her hiding spot]].

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* Pictured above: the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOooJW5SSDA massively heartwrenching scene]] in "Epilogue". [[DarkMagicalGirl Ace]]'s introductory episode -- which shows {{flashback}} images of her being held in various laboratories, her psychologically-broken parents (which she is implied to have accidentally mindwiped as a toddler), the mental-restraint helmet holding back her powers, and the rare occasion where she ''[[CryCute cries]]'' -- are enough to make you choke. In "Epilogue", Ace has created a new Royal Flush Gang with her powers, which have evolved into full-bore reality warping. Once they're taken care of by the JLU, Amanda Waller shows up with another job for the League: [[spoiler:take out Ace before she suffers a massive aneurysm and her powers deal out damage in the form of a psychic backlash that would kill everyone in range--"that's a distance measured in ''miles''". [[BatmanGrabsAGun Batman takes a weapon designed to kill Ace Ace]] and rushes into her hiding spot]].
5th Apr '17 2:12:30 PM 309216364
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** In a desperate attempt to give their lives meaning, the Ultimen decide to take on the Justice League. [[CurbStompBattle It doesn't go so well,]] and only paints them as villains. Even worse is Wind Dragon's HeroicBSOD at the end, after Long Shadow talks him out of killing Superman, who he had always admired.
--->'''Wind Dragon:''' He was my hero. ''(tears up) [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone And a hero is all I ever wanted to be.]]
7th Mar '17 12:01:40 PM bnjay29
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* In "The Savage Time" three parter, there is a tearjerker that might be overlooked at first. When the League inform a time altered Batman that history as he knows it has been changed he says, "Then my parents might still be alive." Superman just says, "I can't promise that." Right before they travel back to the WWII era to restore the tmeline, J'onn warns Batman that this version of him will not exist if they are successful. Batman says [[ExactWords Nothing would make me happier.]] The Justice League change history back to how it was and Batman is still without his parents. Nothing changed for him except how and why they died. Sadly, nothing the League did made him any happier. What's really sad is that in virtually all adaptations of Batman, all Elseworld stories, he really never is truly happy.

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* In "The Savage Time" three parter, there is a tearjerker that might be overlooked at first. When the League inform a time altered Batman that history as he knows it has been changed he says, "Then my parents might still be alive." Superman just says, "I can't promise that." Right before they travel back to the WWII era to restore the tmeline, J'onn warns Batman that this version of him will not exist if they are successful. Batman says [[ExactWords Nothing "Nothing would make me happier.]] "]] The Justice League change history back to how it was and Batman is still without his parents. Nothing changed for him except how and why they died. Sadly, nothing the League did made him any happier. What's really sad is that in virtually all adaptations of Batman, all Elseworld stories, he really never is truly happy.
7th Mar '17 12:01:40 PM bnjay29
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7th Mar '17 12:00:33 PM bnjay29
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* In "The Savage Time" three parter, there is a tearjerker that might be overlooked at first. When the League inform a time altered Batman that history as he knows it has been changed he says, "Then my parents might still be alive." Superman just says, "I can't promise that." Right before they travel back to the WWII era to restore the tmeline, J'onn warns Batman that this version of him will not exist if they are successful. Batman says [[ExactWords Nothing would make me happier.]]

* The Justice League change history back to how it was and Batman is still without his parents. Nothing changed for him except how and why they died. Sadly, nothing the League did made him any happier. What's really sad is that in virtually all adaptations of Batman, all Elseworld stories, he really never is truly happy.

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* In "The Savage Time" three parter, there is a tearjerker that might be overlooked at first. When the League inform a time altered Batman that history as he knows it has been changed he says, "Then my parents might still be alive." Superman just says, "I can't promise that." Right before they travel back to the WWII era to restore the tmeline, J'onn warns Batman that this version of him will not exist if they are successful. Batman says [[ExactWords Nothing would make me happier.]]

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]] The Justice League change history back to how it was and Batman is still without his parents. Nothing changed for him except how and why they died. Sadly, nothing the League did made him any happier. What's really sad is that in virtually all adaptations of Batman, all Elseworld stories, he really never is truly happy.
7th Mar '17 11:59:17 AM bnjay29
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* In "The Savage Time" three parter, there is a tearjerker that might be overlooked at first. When the League, sans a time altered Batman, is about to travel back to the WWII era, Batman, realizing that the world he knows is going to be erased, says, "Then my parents might still be alive." Superman just says, "I can't promise that." The Justice League change history back to how it was and Batman is still without his parents. Nothing changed for him except how and why they died. What's really sad is that in virtually all adaptations of Batman, all Elseworld stories, he really never is truly happy.

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* In "The Savage Time" three parter, there is a tearjerker that might be overlooked at first. When the League, sans League inform a time altered Batman, is about to travel back to the WWII era, Batman, realizing Batman that the world history as he knows is going to be erased, it has been changed he says, "Then my parents might still be alive." Superman just says, "I can't promise that." Right before they travel back to the WWII era to restore the tmeline, J'onn warns Batman that this version of him will not exist if they are successful. Batman says [[ExactWords Nothing would make me happier.]]

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The Justice League change history back to how it was and Batman is still without his parents. Nothing changed for him except how and why they died. Sadly, nothing the League did made him any happier. What's really sad is that in virtually all adaptations of Batman, all Elseworld stories, he really never is truly happy.
23rd Jan '17 11:13:39 PM CommanderVisor
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*** However, because Brainiac tries to make a comeback, Mareena returns to Atlantis to get her family's help. Arthur's response? He hugs her and says that he's just happy she's back, then deploys his forces to help fight off Brainiac. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, he ends up in the permanent coma at the end.]]
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