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27th Mar '17 6:30:16 AM 309216364
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** Superman for letting himself get suckered into such an obvious smear campaign trap in ''Clash''.

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** Superman for letting himself get suckered into such an obvious smear campaign trap in ''Clash''. Though he was on edge, especially considering Luthor was running for President.
** Captain Marvel for endorsing Luthor's campaign.
27th Mar '17 6:27:20 AM 309216364
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* MisaimedFandom: Some of the characters come across as {{Fanservice}} for the FurryFandom. Examples include [[MrFanservice Batman]], [[InterspeciesRomance Gorilla Grodd]], [[CatGirl Cheetah]], [[DracoInLeatherPants Ultra-Humanite]], and any other AnimalThemedSuperbeing.

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* MisaimedFandom: Some of the characters come across as {{Fanservice}} for the FurryFandom. Examples include [[MrFanservice Batman]], [[InterspeciesRomance Gorilla Grodd]], [[CatGirl Cheetah]], [[DracoInLeatherPants Ultra-Humanite]], and any other AnimalThemedSuperbeing.
27th Mar '17 6:22:45 AM 309216364
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** In "The Savage Time" Vandal Savage's plan to [[spoiler: attack America with giant bombers]] is basically the same as Red Skull's plan in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''.

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** In "The Savage Time" Vandal Savage's plan to [[spoiler: attack America with giant bombers]] is basically the same as Red Skull's plan in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''. Perhaps it was the inspiration.
27th Mar '17 5:59:30 AM 309216364
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*** Actually, that is incorrect. In TAS, the reasons Superman was losing as badly as he was, was because he was on Apocalypse where there is no yellow sun and had already been tired out from defeating the Furies, Granny Goodness, and Kalibak, not to mention he was recovering from being blasted with kryptonite missiles and red sun radiation. Furthermore, it has been two years since then, and Superman's powers have grown considerably since then, similar to how Kara got stronger in between Season Two and Season Three of JLU. And in the comics, he is known to emotionally repress his true power to avoid causing collateral damage.
21st Mar '17 9:26:53 AM urutapu
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* As it turns out, Lord Superman is not [[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren the only time]] George Newbern will play a [Main/FallenHero]] with a god complex.

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* As it turns out, Lord Superman is not [[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren the only time]] George Newbern will play a [Main/FallenHero]] FallenHero with a god complex.
21st Mar '17 8:49:45 AM StrigiformeLover
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* As it turns out, Lord Superman is not [[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren the only time]] George Newbern will play an extremist [Main/FallenHero Fallen Hero]].

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* As it turns out, Lord Superman is not [[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren the only time]] George Newbern will play an extremist [Main/FallenHero Fallen Hero]].a [Main/FallenHero]] with a god complex.
21st Mar '17 8:46:04 AM StrigiformeLover
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* As it turns out, Lord Superman is not [[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren the only time]] George Newbern will play an extremist [Main/FallenHero Fallen Hero]].
16th Mar '17 7:57:28 AM PSColdFire
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*** Also present is [[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice a nation which solves its lawyer problem by sentencing the lawyer to the same punishment as the defendant if found guilty]]. In the case of the VisualNovel, this law is known as the ''DC''[[labelnote:*]][[FunWithAcronyms Defense Culpability]][[/labelnote]] Act
20th Feb '17 10:31:31 AM Winner1
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* ContinuityLockout: Some episodes really liked to reference, ''Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, Static Shock'', and other major plots that occurred in the show's time. So good luck keeping up with all the [[ContinuityNod continuity references]]. The Cadmus arc being the biggest example of having a story going all the way back to Superman's finale.


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* EvilIsCool:
** Darkseid, the galactic conqueror with a hellish army to spread his will over the universe.
** The LegionOfDoom, a powerful EvilCounterpart to the Justice League made up of major criminals across the DC Universe.
** The Justice Lords, dark reflections of the League who take a serious stand against their enemies while conquering universes.


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** In "The Once and Future Thing", Jonah Hex casually mentions that he's met time traveler before and helped save history a couple of times. Fast-forward to ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' where Hex has befriended a time travelling superhero team and saved history on countless occasions.


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** Longshadow, a former Cadmus agent and the show's version of Apache Chief, is shown joining the Justice League in the end of his debut...and is never seen or heard from ever again. There isn't even any confirmation as to how long he lived or what he even accomplished during his time as a true hero.


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** For some viewers Solomon Grundy [[spoiler: and his AlasPoorVillain moment]] came across as this. Grundy is a homicidal killing machine who ''enjoys'' murdering others and profiting off of crime and is show ''[[SlasherSmile smiling]]'' every time he does it. Yet, when Dr. Fate recruits him we're meant to see him as this poor, tortured soul who just wants to be a normal man again. [[spoiler: When he dies saving the world it's meant to be seen as his tragic fall, but many have also pointed out that he could've ''avoided'' his death had he listened to his teammates instead of rushing in to kill in brutal rage.]] This isn't helped that his flashbacks show he enjoyed being a savage criminal ''in the exact same story'' this happened in.
26th Jan '17 3:24:20 AM TooManyIdeasInMyHead
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**It's not so much WHO they did it too as much as it was what happened in principle. Batman's problem with it has to do with a couple of things. The biggest being that a small group of people basically made a life or death decision. With this being fresh off the back of the Justice Lords Batman has a genuine (and legitimate) fear that if the Justice League for whatever reason decide to take over the world there is nobody who could stop them. As powerful as Doomsday is when you remember Mongol and Darksied are part of the DC universe he's not so much an unstoppable monster as he is extremely powerful. This fear is a large part of the story of Justice League: Doom or Tower of Babel if you prefer the comic. Also the Phantom Zone doesn't really have a much better record of keeping prisoners than deep space or for that matter Hell in the DC verse. Had the JLA held a formal trial of sorts, even consulted the entire league instead of making a decision amongst the core seven Batman would likely have reacted differently. And it actually wasn't even the core seven. There was only seating for six, and Shayera wasn't there. Confirming the suspicions, this shows a level of secrets within secrets.
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