History TearJerker / Justiceleague

28th Aug '17 10:16:22 PM Gamermaster
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* Also why Amanda Waller gave up her scheme to [[spoiler:recreate another Batman, using Terry McGinnis: the killer she hired to gun them down couldn't pull the trigger. Waller hired ''Phantasm,'' aka Andrea Beaumont, who had crossed the MoralEventHorizon avenging her father's death and her ruined engagement with Bruce. Andrea still has lines she won't cross, however; she couldn't hurt Bruce's biological son any more than she could rob a child of this parents, the way she and Bruce were robbed. She also told off Waller for her scheme, who argued but realized Andrea was right. While Bruce eventually learned that Terry was his son, he never learned of Andrea's WhatYouAreInTheDark moment.]]

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* Also why Amanda Waller gave up her scheme to [[spoiler:recreate another Batman, using Terry McGinnis: [=McGinnis=]: the killer she hired to gun them down couldn't pull the trigger. Waller hired ''Phantasm,'' aka Andrea Beaumont, who had crossed the MoralEventHorizon avenging her father's death and her ruined engagement with Bruce. Andrea still has lines she won't cross, however; she couldn't hurt Bruce's biological son any more than she could rob a child of this parents, the way she and Bruce were robbed. She also told off Waller for her scheme, who argued but realized Andrea was right. While Bruce eventually learned that Terry was his son, he never learned of Andrea's WhatYouAreInTheDark moment.]]
26th Aug '17 9:08:25 AM ironballs16
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** Also in "A Better World," Justice Lord Batman can't quite spit out that their Flash is dead to the Justice League Flash, and is panicky (uncharacteristic of any Batman) when he thinks the League world Flash is dead.

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** Also in "A Better World," Justice Lord Batman can't quite spit out that their Flash is dead to the Justice League Flash, and is panicky (uncharacteristic of any Batman) when he thinks the League world Flash is dead.died while they held him prisoner.
26th Aug '17 9:07:24 AM ironballs16
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*** League!Batman DOES win the argument later, when they pass a man being arrested by the police for complaining about the price of a meal at a restaurant. Batman points out that Thomas and Martha would have hated what the Lords had done to their world, and that Lord!Batman might have made it safe, but he had destroyed everything good about it in the process.

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*** League!Batman DOES win the argument later, when they pass a man being arrested by the police [[FelonyMisdemeanor for complaining about the price of a meal at a restaurant. restaurant]]. Batman points out quips that Thomas and Martha would have hated just ''[[SarcasmMode love]]'' what the Lords had done to their world, and that Lord!Batman might have made it safe, but he had destroyed everything good about it in the process.
22nd Aug '17 1:40:17 PM Manny20444
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'''Ace''': ...[[StayWithMeUntilIDie would you stay with me]]? [-I'm scared-].\\

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'''Ace''': ...[[StayWithMeUntilIDie would Could you stay with me]]? [-I'm scared-].\\
28th Jul '17 7:44:40 AM sandacapo
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*** That episode happens in an alternate continuity, luckily, and things do get sorted out at the end.
17th Jul '17 10:16:53 AM PSColdFire
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* "Legends." The Justice Guild sacrificing themselves to do the right thing, even if it means ending their existence. [[note]] For context, the entire world they're in was actually a LotusEaterMachine created by the young sidekick character, who's actually a hideously mutated survivor of nuclear holocaust that happened 40 years earlier. [[\note]]

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* "Legends." The Justice Guild sacrificing themselves to do the right thing, even if it means ending their existence. [[note]] For context, the entire world they're in was actually a LotusEaterMachine created by the young sidekick character, who's actually a hideously mutated survivor of nuclear holocaust that happened 40 years earlier. [[\note]][[/note]]
14th Jul '17 12:34:48 PM 309216364
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14th Jul '17 12:34:46 PM 309216364
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-->'''Hawkgirl:''' Close your eyes...
** Even more wrenching [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFoPc52Kd8I the first time]]. And keep in mind that Hawkgirl's culture is ''vehemently'' [[NayTheist atheist]].

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-->'''Hawkgirl:''' Close your eyes...
** Even more wrenching
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFoPc52Kd8I the first time]]. And keep in mind that Hawkgirl's culture is ''vehemently'' [[NayTheist atheist]].


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** And the second time, where Hawkgirl has to put him down herself.
-->'''Hawkgirl:''' Close your eyes...
4th Jul '17 6:49:18 PM Jayalaw
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*** Good thing that the monochrome (gray) parts were just Terry's imagination and didn't happen, according to WordOfGod.

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*** Good thing that the monochrome (gray) parts were just Terry's imagination and didn't happen, according to WordOfGod. It makes it much more meaningful when [[spoiler:Terry in the real world helps him open the bottle and promises to eat the soup Bruce made when he returns.]]
* Also why Amanda Waller gave up her scheme to [[spoiler:recreate another Batman, using Terry McGinnis: the killer she hired to gun them down couldn't pull the trigger. Waller hired ''Phantasm,'' aka Andrea Beaumont, who had crossed the MoralEventHorizon avenging her father's death and her ruined engagement with Bruce. Andrea still has lines she won't cross, however; she couldn't hurt Bruce's biological son any more than she could rob a child of this parents, the way she and Bruce were robbed. She also told off Waller for her scheme, who argued but realized Andrea was right. While Bruce eventually learned that Terry was his son, he never learned of Andrea's WhatYouAreInTheDark moment.]]



** Superman's confrontation with Professor [[spoiler: Emil Hamilton]], upon learning the truth of [[spoiler: Hamilton's]] betrayal. The good doctor tries (rather feebly) to justify his acts of human experimentation and murder by claiming that Superman betrayed him first [[spoiler: when he snapped at him after Darksied's failed invasion]]. Then in an act of pure spite, compares Superman to Satan.

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** Superman's confrontation with Professor [[spoiler: Emil Hamilton]], upon learning the truth of [[spoiler: Hamilton's]] betrayal. The good doctor tries (rather feebly) to justify his acts of human experimentation and murder by claiming that Superman betrayed him first [[spoiler: when he snapped at him after Darksied's Darkseid's failed invasion]]. Then in an act of pure spite, compares Superman to Satan.



** To be fair, it wasn't jealousy; it was Superman being insanely paranoid of what looked like a bomb Luthor planted. It's really more power to Lex being a MagnificentBastard. But even so, Superman is not supposed to act like a total tool in public, and definitely not throw punches at other heroes completely unprovoked, Captain Marvel was the sensible one, requesting to call someone in to see what the device was.

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** To be fair, it wasn't jealousy; it was Superman being insanely paranoid of what looked like a bomb Luthor planted. It's really more power to Lex being a MagnificentBastard. But even so, Superman is not supposed to act like a total tool in public, and definitely not throw punches at other heroes completely unprovoked, Captain Marvel was the sensible one, requesting to call someone in to see what the device was. Superman is also horrified when he realizes that he was fighting a child, and is unable to make it up to him.
10th Jun '17 5:33:44 AM NonperformingAuthor
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* "Legends." The Justice Guild sacrificing themselves to do the right thing, even if it means ending their existence.

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* "Legends." The Justice Guild sacrificing themselves to do the right thing, even if it means ending their existence. [[note]] For context, the entire world they're in was actually a LotusEaterMachine created by the young sidekick character, who's actually a hideously mutated survivor of nuclear holocaust that happened 40 years earlier. [[\note]]


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** You can't help but feel bad for the villain in this episode, given that he was a hideously mutated boy who chose to [[spoiler: live in an [[CrapsaccharineWorld unchanging world based on the exploits of the Justice Guild]] in order to escape the reality that [[AfterTheEnd he's living in the aftermath of a nuclear fallout]]. Doubly so if he actually was the sidekick kid of the heroes.]]
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