History YMMV / InfiniteCrisis

11th Sep '15 9:49:38 PM nombretomado
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* TearJerker: The deaths of [[spoiler: BlueBeetle, [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] Lois Lane, Superboy, and [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] Superman]].
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* TearJerker: The deaths of [[spoiler: BlueBeetle, ComicBook/BlueBeetle, [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] Lois Lane, Superboy, and [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] Superman]].
3rd Jun '15 1:38:43 AM ChrisX
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* TooGoodToLast: It's decent, and one of the better non-juggernaut MOBA games so far. It got released in Steam... and shortly after, the closing down in August 2015 is announced.
12th May '15 2:41:45 PM nombretomado
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* TearJerker: The deaths of [[spoiler: BlueBeetle, [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] Lois Lane, Superboy, and [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] Superman]].
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* TearJerker: The deaths of [[spoiler: BlueBeetle, [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] Lois Lane, Superboy, and [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] Superman]].

* TheWoobie: [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age Superman]], [[spoiler:especially after his Lois dies.]]
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* TheWoobie: [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age Superman]], [[spoiler:especially after his Lois dies.]]
1st May '15 6:35:00 PM Anicomicgeek
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* MemeticMutation: "WHERE IS MY DEATHSTROKE!?" Deathstroke is one of the most requested champions, followed by the likes of Lex Luthor and Nightwing. [[TrollingCreator Turbine apparently thrives on the tears of fans]] as they release more obscure characters like Katana or Krypto instead.
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* MemeticMutation: "WHERE IS MY DEATHSTROKE!?" Deathstroke is one of the most requested champions, followed by the likes of Lex Luthor (who has been confirmed) and Nightwing. [[TrollingCreator Turbine apparently thrives on the tears of fans]] as they release more obscure characters like Katana or Krypto instead.
15th Mar '15 4:56:47 AM VoidKnightsc
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*MemeticMutation: "WHERE IS MY DEATHSTROKE!?" Deathstroke is one of the most requested champions, followed by the likes of Lex Luthor and Nightwing. [[TrollingCreator Turbine apparently thrives on the tears of fans]] as they release more obscure characters like Katana or Krypto instead. **Photoshopping Starro's parasite on other champions' faces. **[[PlayingWithFire Arcane Supergirl]] is hot.
15th Oct '14 10:34:12 AM GildedSamurai
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* DesignatedHero: The heroes in the book seem downright ''psychotic''. Where to begin? Superboy jovially freeing Black Adam to help them despite the justified doubts of a comrade? Powergirl's non-reaction to a man's head being turned into hamburger meat in front of her? The flashes shoving a terrified teenage boy into the speed force for the accidental death of their comrade while ignoring his pleas of innocence? "What are you doing!? I said I didn't ''mean'' to!" Given the premise, these could've been perfect examples of how dark the heroes of New Earth were becoming if they were ever called for these actions. Despite being one of the supposed true heroes, Kal-L doesn't exactly come off smelling like roses, either. When calling out Diana for how the Justice League are acting completely unheroic, one of the key points he lists is how their League "lobotomizes their adversaries" ignoring that Dr. Light had ''raped'' Elongated Man's ''wife'', and that the lobotomization in question was an accident anyway (they were attempting to "clean him up"). It certainly wasn't the choice a hero makes, but Supes's complete lack of understanding given the situation doesn't speak well of him. One wonders what his response would be if asked [[ArmorPiercingQuestion what he would've done if he had just stumbled upon Lois being brutally raped]].
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* DesignatedHero: The heroes in the book seem downright ''psychotic''. Where to begin? Superboy jovially freeing the murderous Black Adam to help them despite the justified doubts of a comrade? Powergirl's non-reaction to a man's head being turned into hamburger meat in front of her? The flashes shoving a terrified teenage boy into the speed force for the accidental death of their comrade while ignoring his pleas of innocence? "What are you doing!? I said I didn't ''mean'' to!" Given the premise, these could've been perfect examples of how dark the heroes of New Earth were becoming if they were ever called for these actions. Despite being one of the supposed true heroes, Kal-L doesn't exactly come off smelling like roses, either. When calling out Diana for how the Justice League are acting completely unheroic, one of the key points he lists is how their League "lobotomizes their adversaries" ignoring that Dr. Light had ''raped'' Elongated Man's ''wife'', and that the lobotomization in question was an accident anyway (they were attempting to "clean him up"). It certainly wasn't the choice a hero makes, but Supes's complete lack of understanding given the situation doesn't speak well of him. One wonders what his response would be if asked [[ArmorPiercingQuestion what he would've done if he had just stumbled upon Lois being brutally raped]].
14th Sep '14 5:51:39 PM AntMan
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* AwesomeArt: All of the alternate universe champions have great designs.
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* AwesomeArt: All of the alternate universe champions have great designs. designs. * CrazyAwesome: Atomic Wonder Woman's WeaponOfChoice is a staff with a ''[[ChainsawGood chainsaw]]'' on one end!
23rd Aug '14 5:32:46 AM GhostofMuramasa
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* DesignatedHero: The heroes in the book seem downright ''psychotic''. Where to begin? Superboy jovially freeing Black Adam to help them despite the justified doubts of a comrade? Powergirl's non-reaction to a man's head being turned into hamburger meat in front of her? The flashes shoving a terrified teenage boy into the speed force while ignoring his pleas of innocence? "What are you doing!? I said I didn't ''mean'' to!" Given the premise, these could've been perfect examples of how dark the heroes of New Earth were becoming if they were ever called for these actions. Despite being one of the supposed true heroes, Kal-L doesn't exactly come off smelling like roses, either. When calling out Diana for how the Justice League are acting completely unheroic, one of the key points he lists is how their League "lobotomizes their adversaries" ignoring that Dr. Light had ''raped'' Elongated Man's ''wife'', and that the lobotomization in question was an accident anyway (they were attempting to "clean him up"). It certainly wasn't the choice a hero makes, but Supes's complete lack of understanding given the situation doesn't speak well of him. One wonders what his response would be if asked [[ArmorPiercingQuestion what he would've done if he had just stumbled upon Lois being brutally raped]].
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* DesignatedHero: The heroes in the book seem downright ''psychotic''. Where to begin? Superboy jovially freeing Black Adam to help them despite the justified doubts of a comrade? Powergirl's non-reaction to a man's head being turned into hamburger meat in front of her? The flashes shoving a terrified teenage boy into the speed force for the accidental death of their comrade while ignoring his pleas of innocence? "What are you doing!? I said I didn't ''mean'' to!" Given the premise, these could've been perfect examples of how dark the heroes of New Earth were becoming if they were ever called for these actions. Despite being one of the supposed true heroes, Kal-L doesn't exactly come off smelling like roses, either. When calling out Diana for how the Justice League are acting completely unheroic, one of the key points he lists is how their League "lobotomizes their adversaries" ignoring that Dr. Light had ''raped'' Elongated Man's ''wife'', and that the lobotomization in question was an accident anyway (they were attempting to "clean him up"). It certainly wasn't the choice a hero makes, but Supes's complete lack of understanding given the situation doesn't speak well of him. One wonders what his response would be if asked [[ArmorPiercingQuestion what he would've done if he had just stumbled upon Lois being brutally raped]].
22nd Aug '14 10:58:39 PM GhostofMuramasa
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* DesignatedHero: The heroes in the book seem downright ''psychotic''. Where to begin? Superboy jovially freeing Black Adam to help them despite the justified doubts of a comrade? Powergirl's non-reaction to a man's head being turned into hamburger meat in front of her? Given the premise, these could've been perfect examples of how dark the heroes of New Earth were becoming if they were ever called for these actions. Despite being one of the supposed true heroes, Kal-L doesn't exactly come off smelling like roses, either. When calling out Diana for how the Justice League are acting completely unheroic, one of the key points he lists is how their League "lobotomizes their adversaries" ignoring that Dr. Light had ''raped'' Elongated Man's ''wife'', and that the lobotomization in question was an accident anyway (they were attempting to "clean him up"). It certainly wasn't the choice a hero makes, but Supes's complete lack of understanding given the situation doesn't speak well of him. One wonders what his response would be if asked [[ArmorPiercingQuestion what he would've done if he had just stumbled upon Lois being brutally raped]].
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* DesignatedHero: The heroes in the book seem downright ''psychotic''. Where to begin? Superboy jovially freeing Black Adam to help them despite the justified doubts of a comrade? Powergirl's non-reaction to a man's head being turned into hamburger meat in front of her? The flashes shoving a terrified teenage boy into the speed force while ignoring his pleas of innocence? "What are you doing!? I said I didn't ''mean'' to!" Given the premise, these could've been perfect examples of how dark the heroes of New Earth were becoming if they were ever called for these actions. Despite being one of the supposed true heroes, Kal-L doesn't exactly come off smelling like roses, either. When calling out Diana for how the Justice League are acting completely unheroic, one of the key points he lists is how their League "lobotomizes their adversaries" ignoring that Dr. Light had ''raped'' Elongated Man's ''wife'', and that the lobotomization in question was an accident anyway (they were attempting to "clean him up"). It certainly wasn't the choice a hero makes, but Supes's complete lack of understanding given the situation doesn't speak well of him. One wonders what his response would be if asked [[ArmorPiercingQuestion what he would've done if he had just stumbled upon Lois being brutally raped]].
22nd Aug '14 12:10:56 AM GhostofMuramasa
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* DesignatedHero: Some decisions of the heroes in the book look downright ''psychotic''. Where to begin? Superboy jovially freeing Black Adam to help them despite the justified doubts of a comrade? Powergirl's non-reaction to a man's head being turned into hamburger meat in front of her? Given the premise, these could've been perfect examples of how dark the heroes of New Earth were becoming if they were ever called for these actions. Despite being one of the supposed true heroes, Kal-L doesn't exactly come off smelling like roses, either. When calling out Diana for how the Justice League are acting completely unheroic, one of the key points he lists is how their League "lobotomizes their adversaries" ignoring that Dr. Light had ''raped'' Elongated Man's ''wife'', and that the lobotomization in question was an accident anyway (they were attempting to "clean him up"). It certainly wasn't the choice a hero makes, but Supes's complete lack of understanding given the situation doesn't speak well of him. One wonders what his response would be if asked [[ArmorPiercingQuestion what he would've done if he had just stumbled upon Lois being brutally raped]].
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* DesignatedHero: Some decisions of the The heroes in the book look seem downright ''psychotic''. Where to begin? Superboy jovially freeing Black Adam to help them despite the justified doubts of a comrade? Powergirl's non-reaction to a man's head being turned into hamburger meat in front of her? Given the premise, these could've been perfect examples of how dark the heroes of New Earth were becoming if they were ever called for these actions. Despite being one of the supposed true heroes, Kal-L doesn't exactly come off smelling like roses, either. When calling out Diana for how the Justice League are acting completely unheroic, one of the key points he lists is how their League "lobotomizes their adversaries" ignoring that Dr. Light had ''raped'' Elongated Man's ''wife'', and that the lobotomization in question was an accident anyway (they were attempting to "clean him up"). It certainly wasn't the choice a hero makes, but Supes's complete lack of understanding given the situation doesn't speak well of him. One wonders what his response would be if asked [[ArmorPiercingQuestion what he would've done if he had just stumbled upon Lois being brutally raped]].
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