History TearJerker / Justiceleague

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.]]
16th Jan '17 8:55:45 PM ShorinBJ
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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, J'onn warns Batman that this version of him would not exist if they succeed. Batman responds with "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. 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 a time altered Batman, is about to travel back to the WWII era, J'onn warns Batman Batman, realizing that this version of him would not exist if they succeed. Batman responds with "Nothing would make me happier". 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.
15th Jan '17 7:53:40 PM ShorinBJ
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** Speaking of "Hereafter," there's also its ending: [[spoiler:The alternate, eccentric but now good-natured Vandal Savage fading out of existence as the dystopian wasteland is replaced with a more optimistic future...and before disappearing, he simply says, "Thank you, my friend."]]
*** The shot of Vandal immediately preceding the ending is heartbreaking: He's a lonely old man sitting by himself in the middle of a ruined Metropolis doing... nothing. Because nothing is all there is to do.

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** Speaking of "Hereafter," there's also its ending: [[spoiler:The alternate, eccentric but now good-natured Vandal Savage fading out of existence as the dystopian wasteland is replaced with a more optimistic future...and before disappearing, he simply smiles and says, "Thank you, my friend."]]
*** The shot of Vandal immediately preceding the ending is heartbreaking: He's a lonely old man sitting by himself in the middle of a ruined Metropolis doing... nothing. Because nothing is all there is to do.
15th Jan '17 7:17:04 PM ShorinBJ
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*** A subtle moment, but as Batman repeatedly watches the footage of Superman disappearing, he rubs his thumb on the scrap of Superman's cape that he found, as if for comfort.
15th Jan '17 12:01:48 PM ShorinBJ
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** Flash unknowingly makes it worse for both Diana and Hippolyta [[DudeWheresMyRespect for calling them out on this]]. Incidentally, the exile happened ''just'' after the men were all rewarded and praised for stopping Felix Faust and Hades.

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** Flash unknowingly makes it worse for both Diana and Hippolyta [[DudeWheresMyRespect for by calling them out on this]]. Incidentally, the exile happened ''just'' after the men were all rewarded and praised for stopping Felix Faust and Hades.
15th Jan '17 12:00:16 PM ShorinBJ
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*** This is even better if you know how this develops in the main DC Comics universe - Superman's powers WILL keep growing, but so will his control, to the point where, in the far distant future, [[EnergyBeing he becomes a being of pure solar energy]] after spending the past 10.000 years meditating in the center of Sol.

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*** This is even better if you know how this develops in the main DC Comics universe - Superman's powers WILL keep growing, but so will his control, to the point where, in the far distant future, [[EnergyBeing he becomes a being of pure solar energy]] after spending the past 10.000 10,000 years meditating in the center of Sol.
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