History YMMV / JLAActOfGod

16th Oct '17 6:19:55 PM DesertDragon
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** All magic-based heroes are gone... except for, you know, the angel, the animate Amazonian golem, the guy with the power of the afterlife, the air elemental...
22nd May '17 1:37:54 AM twingle93
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** ComicBook/TheAtom didn't have any powers. He had a belt that made him able to shrink.

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** ComicBook/TheAtom didn't have any powers. He had a belt that made him able to shrink. Hank Henshaw does have a power, the ability to inhabit machines which should have been taken from him with the blacklight, and yet he's fighting alongside the Joker and other non-powered villains just fine.
19th Mar '17 8:57:35 PM Nakayama90
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* CriticalResearchFailure:

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* CriticalResearchFailure: Doug Moench has had no experience with anybody involved with this story besides Batman, and didn't bother to actually research any of them before writing it. [[OutOfCharacterMoment It shows]], but some particularly egregious examples:
27th Dec '16 7:58:35 PM Lloigor
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** Interestingly, Marvel would do something similar with one of their "What If?" issues. However, they had a way to do it that made at least some sense in-universe. One of the main events was the "House of M" incident where it ended with Scarlet Witch decreeing "No More Mutants!" and using the massive power boost she had via some sort of chaos influx, depowered many mutants. In this What-If scenario, she instead proclaimed "No More Power!" and in this one she depowered ''all'' the heroes. There was no moping or angsting on the part of the good guys. When Red Skull came with a powerful new weapon, new Avengers risked their lives with Iron Man suits and led by Peter Parker, who broke said weapon (the ''Cosmic Cube.'')

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** Interestingly, Marvel would do something similar with one of their "What If?" issues. However, they had a way to do it that made at least some sense in-universe. One of the main events was the "House of M" incident where it ended with Scarlet Witch decreeing "No More Mutants!" and using the massive power boost she had via some sort of chaos influx, depowered many mutants. In this What-If scenario, she instead proclaimed "No More Power!" and in this one she depowered ''all'' the heroes. There was no moping or angsting on the part of the good guys. When Red Skull came with a powerful new weapon, new Avengers risked their lives with Iron Man suits and led by Peter Parker, who broke said weapon (the ''Cosmic Cube.'')Cube'').
27th Dec '16 7:56:15 PM Lloigor
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* EsotericHappyEnding: The story tries to tell us that a new generation of heroes is about, the problems with this are that there were likely millions of innocents ''killed'' due to people losing their powers, few Superheroes getting over their problems, the magical characters (close friends of the heroes ad entire civilizations) are still mysteriously missing, and Kyle Rayner, ultimately, ends up killed due to psychotic obsession. This isn't getting into the fact that many tech-based supervillains ''keep'' their powers and abilities, one [[spoiler: new, superpowered being]] doesn't make the world better.

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* EsotericHappyEnding: The story tries to tell us that a new generation of heroes is about, the problems with this are that there were likely millions of innocents ''killed'' due to people losing their powers, few Superheroes superheroes getting over their problems, the magical characters (close friends of the heroes ad entire civilizations) are still mysteriously missing, and Kyle Rayner, ultimately, ends up killed due to psychotic obsession. This isn't getting into the fact that many tech-based supervillains ''keep'' their powers and abilities, one [[spoiler: new, superpowered being]] doesn't make the world better.
27th Dec '16 7:53:49 PM Lloigor
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*** Could lead to FridgeHorror, the black light temporarily stopped Steel armor so every stronger one might have died from it.

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*** Could lead to FridgeHorror, the black light temporarily stopped Steel Steel's armor so every stronger one might have died from it.
4th Sep '16 3:06:10 PM rafi
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* CriticalResearchFailure: ComicBook/TheAtom didn't have any powers. He had a belt that made him able to shrink.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: CriticalResearchFailure:
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ComicBook/TheAtom didn't have any powers. He had a belt that made him able to shrink.



** Could lead to FridgeHorror, the black light temporarily stopped Steel armor so every stronger one might have died from it.

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** *** Could lead to FridgeHorror, the black light temporarily stopped Steel armor so every stronger one might have died from it.
6th Aug '16 2:56:17 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TheyJustDidntCare: Doug Moench has had no experience with anybody involved with this story besides Batman, and didn't bother to actually research any of them before writing it. [[OutOfCharacterMoment It shows]].
5th Aug '16 9:18:56 PM MagBas
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** Interestingly, Marvel would do something similar with one of their "What If?" issues. However, they had a way to do it that made at least some sense in-universe. One of the main events was the "House of M" incident where it ended with Scarlet Witch decreeing "No More Mutants!" and using the massive power boost she had via some sort of chaos influx, depowered many mutants. In this What-If scenario, she instead proclaimed "No More Power!" and in this one she depowered ''all'' the heroes. There was no moping or angsting on the part of the good guys (though some UnfortunateImplications like with Wolverine). When Red Skull came with a powerful new weapon, new Avengers risked their lives with Iron Man suits and led by Peter Parker, who broke said weapon (the ''Cosmic Cube.'')

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** Interestingly, Marvel would do something similar with one of their "What If?" issues. However, they had a way to do it that made at least some sense in-universe. One of the main events was the "House of M" incident where it ended with Scarlet Witch decreeing "No More Mutants!" and using the massive power boost she had via some sort of chaos influx, depowered many mutants. In this What-If scenario, she instead proclaimed "No More Power!" and in this one she depowered ''all'' the heroes. There was no moping or angsting on the part of the good guys (though some UnfortunateImplications like with Wolverine).guys. When Red Skull came with a powerful new weapon, new Avengers risked their lives with Iron Man suits and led by Peter Parker, who broke said weapon (the ''Cosmic Cube.'')
7th Jun '16 12:46:39 PM Geostomp
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* EsotericHappyEnding: The story tries to tell us that a new generation of heroes is about, the problems with this are that there were likely millions of innocents ''killed'' due to people losing their powers, few Superheroes getting over their problems, and Kyle Rayner, ultimately, ends up killed due to psychotic obsession. This isn't getting into the fact that many tech-based supervillains ''keep'' their powers and abilities, one [[spoiler: new, superpowered being]] doesn't make the world better.

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* EsotericHappyEnding: The story tries to tell us that a new generation of heroes is about, the problems with this are that there were likely millions of innocents ''killed'' due to people losing their powers, few Superheroes getting over their problems, the magical characters (close friends of the heroes ad entire civilizations) are still mysteriously missing, and Kyle Rayner, ultimately, ends up killed due to psychotic obsession. This isn't getting into the fact that many tech-based supervillains ''keep'' their powers and abilities, one [[spoiler: new, superpowered being]] doesn't make the world better.
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