History YMMV / InjusticeGodsAmongUs

22nd Jun '16 8:28:09 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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** When Superman tries to kill [[spoiler: The Flash after the latter spares Bruce and lets him escape due to respecting his grieve of Alfred's death.]]
20th Jun '16 11:04:40 PM shatterstar
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** In term of supporting characters, we never see Prime Lois Lane reacts to the fact that Superman has gone so much to the deep end at her death. Heck, she didn't even make a ''cameo''.
12th Jun '16 2:45:02 AM Warmachine3974
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** Videogame/Injustice2 Superman in a reversal of the trend of Superman variants with ineffectual passives, can cancel out the first special he takes without blocking, allowing him to NoSell power drains, [=DOT=] of any kind and all other effects such as freezing, thereby nullifying all the others on this list. And he can do this each time he tags in, effectively neutralizing any and all enemy specials if timed right. His second special if unblocked is also extremely powerful and capable of instantly wiping out all three members of an opposing team.



*** On the flipside, most of the Superman variations in the mobile version fall on the opposite end of the spectrum, as they tend to have relatively low attack and uninspired and useless passives compared to some of the far more advantageous ones that Batman and the newer releases tend to have. ''Dawn of Justice'' Superman in particular, was decried for having a passive with a very low chance of triggering and which is absolutely useless in single player. The only ones to have a good passive so far have been ''Man of Steel'', ''Godfall'' and ''Red Son''. Superman fans have wondered out loud whether the dev-team has something against the character.

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*** On the flipside, most of the Superman variations in the mobile version fall on the opposite end of the spectrum, as they tend to have relatively low attack and uninspired and useless passives compared to some of the far more advantageous ones that Batman and the newer releases tend to have. ''Dawn of Justice'' Superman in particular, was decried for having a passive with a very low chance of triggering and which is absolutely useless in single player. The only ones to have a good passive so far have been ''Man of Steel'', ''Godfall'' and ''Red Son''. Superman fans have wondered out loud whether the dev-team has something against the character. This trend was reversed with the VideoGame/Injustice2 version who with his extremely high stats and passive, is an instant GameBreaker.
9th Jun '16 9:17:59 PM Warmachine3974
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*** On the flipside, most of the Superman variations in the mobile version fall on the opposite end of the spectrum, as they tend to have relatively low attack and uninspired and useless passives compared to some of the far more advantageous ones that Batman and the newer releases tend to have. ''Dawn of Justice'' Superman in particular, was decried for having a passive with a very low chance of triggering and which is absolutely useless in single player. The only ones to have a good passive so far have been ''Man of Steel'', ''Godfall'' and ''Red Son''. Superman fans have wondered out loud whether the dev-team has something against the character.
5th Jun '16 11:06:52 AM Winner1
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: Despite the story being about superheroes, this comic was clearly not meant to be read by younger readers. Special mention goes to the image of Superman [[spoiler: impaling the Joker ''with his bare hand''.]]


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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: Despite being a fighting game featuring beloved superheroes, this game was clearly not meant for adolescent gamers. There's an abundance of bloody violence, a few sexual innuendos, complex character arcs, morality issues, and ''Superman'' turning evil and taking over the world through a violent dictatorship. The game opens up with [[spoiler: Supes violently murdering the Joker]] before he grows into a much worse character as the game goes on. It should say a lot that the creators of ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' developed this game.
30th May '16 8:22:12 AM BatmanKalEl
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* KarmaHoudini: Harley Quinn, full stop. She never suffers any punishment for her participation in the Joker's сrimes. The Insurgency trying to protect her from Superman's (justified) wrath is understandable, but them fully accepting a willing accomplice to the atrocity that led to Superman's StartOfDarkness to begin with? Not so much. After Year Two even the members of the Regime seem to have forgotten about it and now they merely fight her like they would any other Insurgency member.
24th May '16 9:57:14 AM caivu
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** Injustice!Batman in the comics and main game is either a true IconOfRebellion, or a self-righteous, judgmental JerkAss who makes supporters die for lost causes, such as having a bunch of BadassNormal go against Darkseid's legions in an obviously suicidal action while ''still'' condemning Superman for killing Parademons, an action which saved millions of lives (including that of Batman and his team-mates). He could probably have reined Superman in by working alongside him, as Clark offered when asking for emotional support. Batman refuses and this makes Superman pretty much isolated turning to a violent Wonder Woman and later, Sinestro, for guidance. Instead, Batman engages in petty surveillance and bugging schemes on Superman and the Justice League and ''still'' complains when Superman "outs" his SecretIdentity in revenge. He also continues to [[spoiler:insist on ThouShaltNotKill to Black Canary, despite knowing how dangerous it is to keep KnightTemplar Superman in line. Indeed, this action kills Dinah, and only by Doctor Fate's intervention she survived]]. What's more, in the issue 23 of Year Five Bruce asks Aldred, if he really is this.

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** Injustice!Batman in the comics and main game is either a true IconOfRebellion, or a self-righteous, judgmental JerkAss who makes supporters die for lost causes, such as having a bunch of BadassNormal go against Darkseid's legions in an obviously suicidal action while ''still'' condemning Superman for killing Parademons, an action which saved millions of lives (including that of Batman and his team-mates). He could probably have reined Superman in by working alongside him, as Clark offered when asking for emotional support. Batman refuses and this makes Superman pretty much isolated turning to a violent Wonder Woman and later, Sinestro, for guidance. Instead, Batman engages in petty surveillance and bugging schemes on Superman and the Justice League and ''still'' complains when Superman "outs" his SecretIdentity in revenge. He also continues to [[spoiler:insist on ThouShaltNotKill to Black Canary, despite knowing how dangerous it is to keep KnightTemplar Superman in line. Indeed, this action kills Dinah, and only by Doctor Fate's intervention she survived]]. What's more, in the issue 23 of Year Five Bruce asks Aldred, Alfred if he really is this.
24th May '16 9:09:44 AM Stranrep
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** Injustice!Batman in the comics and main game is either a true IconOfRebellion, or a self-righteous, judgmental JerkAss who makes supporters die for lost causes, such as having a bunch of BadassNormal go against Darkseid's legions in an obviously suicidal action while ''still'' condemning Superman for killing Parademons, an action which saved millions of lives (including that of Batman and his team-mates). He could probably have reined Superman in by working alongside him, as Clark offered when asking for emotional support. Batman refuses and this makes Superman pretty much isolated turning to a violent Wonder Woman and later, Sinestro, for guidance. Instead, Batman engages in petty surveillance and bugging schemes on Superman and the Justice League and ''still'' complains when Superman "outs" his SecretIdentity in revenge. He also continues to [[spoiler:insist on ThouShaltNotKill to Black Canary, despite knowing how dangerous it is to keep KnightTemplar Superman in line. Indeed, this action kills Dinah, and only by Doctor Fate's intervention she survived]].

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** Injustice!Batman in the comics and main game is either a true IconOfRebellion, or a self-righteous, judgmental JerkAss who makes supporters die for lost causes, such as having a bunch of BadassNormal go against Darkseid's legions in an obviously suicidal action while ''still'' condemning Superman for killing Parademons, an action which saved millions of lives (including that of Batman and his team-mates). He could probably have reined Superman in by working alongside him, as Clark offered when asking for emotional support. Batman refuses and this makes Superman pretty much isolated turning to a violent Wonder Woman and later, Sinestro, for guidance. Instead, Batman engages in petty surveillance and bugging schemes on Superman and the Justice League and ''still'' complains when Superman "outs" his SecretIdentity in revenge. He also continues to [[spoiler:insist on ThouShaltNotKill to Black Canary, despite knowing how dangerous it is to keep KnightTemplar Superman in line. Indeed, this action kills Dinah, and only by Doctor Fate's intervention she survived]]. What's more, in the issue 23 of Year Five Bruce asks Aldred, if he really is this.



** In Year Five, Catwoman calls out Batman's approach to resistance, noting that the only thing the Insurgency has succeeded in is [[MuggingTheMonster pushing the Regime into taking increasingly extreme and violent measures]] to combat them, while they still fight with useless, outmoded tactics and no end-goal other than vindicating their self-righteousness. It's hard to disagree with her, and her decision to walk out of the Insurgency.

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** In Year Five, Catwoman calls out Batman's approach to resistance, noting that the only thing the Insurgency has succeeded in is [[MuggingTheMonster pushing the Regime into taking increasingly extreme and violent measures]] to combat them, while they still fight with useless, outmoded tactics and no end-goal other than vindicating their self-righteousness. It's hard to disagree with her, and her decision to walk out of the Insurgency. In Year Five, issue 23, Bruce actually comes to agree with her, but continues to act because of Alfred's reassuring speech.
3rd May '16 5:54:32 AM Zark
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* KarmaHoudini: Harley Quinn, full stop. She never suffers any punishment for her participation in the Joker's сrimes. The Insurgency trying to protect her from Superman's (justified) wrath is understandable, but them fully accepting a willing accomplice to the atrocity that led to Superman's StartOfDarkness to begin with? Not so much. After Year Two even the members of the Regime seem to have forgotten about it and now they merely fight her like they would any other Insurgency member.
2nd May '16 8:42:28 PM Mullon
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** ComicBook/SwampThing refuses to help the Insurgency because Superman's Regime has reversed all the ecological damage and humans are not the only living things on Earth.
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