History YMMV / JusticeLeagueofAmerica

27th Apr '17 1:58:40 PM FuzzyBarbarian
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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Tomorrow Woman of Creator/GrantMorrison's run on ''[[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica JLA]]''. Originally debuting and making a HeroicSacrifice in the same issue, she was so popular she reappeared in a special one-shot dedicated to her, was briefly brought back in ''ComicBook/{{Hourman}}'' #2 by the main character, and then was brought back in ''Trinity'', [[spoiler: where she was permanently revived as a human woman with superpowers after the series ended]].

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Tomorrow Woman of Creator/GrantMorrison's run on ''[[Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica JLA]]''. Originally debuting and making a HeroicSacrifice in the same issue, she was so popular she reappeared in a special one-shot dedicated to her, was briefly brought back in ''ComicBook/{{Hourman}}'' #2 by the main character, and then was brought back in ''Trinity'', [[spoiler: where she was permanently revived as a human woman with superpowers after the series ended]].ended]].
** Once he was retconned out of being a founding member in the New 52, Martian Manhunter defaulted into this role. It's almost impossible to find a discussion regarding the New 52 League and not ahve someone bring up wanting J'onn back to replace Cyborg.
28th Feb '17 8:38:57 AM ACW
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** ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice'' has Prometheus.
28th Sep '15 1:42:54 AM MechWarrior
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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: V1, #158. By this point, Red Tornado (who happens to be an android,) has been a member of the group for a while, but still has doubts about both himself, and his relationships with his other teammates. There are times when he isn't sure if his teammates truly trust him; where he wonders if all they think of him is just some machine. In this issue, that matter is solved once and for all. After Red Tornado ''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome contains a freaking explosion,]]'' he briefly falls unconscious, and drops into the sea below. He probably could have flown out shortly after, but Batman, after dealing with other matters, flies back to Reddy in his jet, and pulls him out of the drink with a rope. As he's climbing, we get this:
-->'''Red Tornado:''' "But... how could you find me, out '''here...?'''
-->'''Batman:''' "How do you think? I followed you in my Batplane! A Justice Leaguer doesn't desert his friends, Reddy!"
-->'''Red Tornado:'''"Am'' I... your ''friend?''"
-->'''Batman:''' *Batman, of all people, simply clasps Reddy's hand, and smiles; Reddy smiles in turn.*



* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: V1, #158. By this point, Red Tornado (who happens to be an android,) has been a member of the group for a while, but still has doubts about both himself, and his relationships with his other teammates. There are times when he isn't sure if his teammates truly trust him; where he wonders if all they think of him is just some machine. In this issue, that matter is solved once and for all. After Red Tornado ''[[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome contains a freaking explosion,]]'' he briefly falls unconscious, and drops into the sea below. He probably could have flown out shortly after, but Batman, after dealing with other matters, flies back to Reddy in his jet, and pulls him out of the drink with a rope. As he's climbing, we get this:
-->'''Red Tornado:''' "But... how could you find me, out '''here...?'''
-->'''Batman:''' "How do you think? I followed you in my Batplane! A Justice Leaguer doesn't desert his friends, Reddy!"
-->'''Red Tornado:'''"Am'' I... your ''friend?''"
-->'''Batman:''' *Batman, of all people, simply clasps Reddy's hand, and smiles; Reddy smiles in turn.*



** Prometheus's got no superpowers, but he's stampeded through the Justice League three times now, and has pulled off ridiculous stuff like completely disabling the Flash by lying to him, or talking Superman into suicide, or blackmailing the League into letting him go after destroying Star City. He even teamed up with Luthor once (they caused World War III, no big deal), which led to a CrowningMomentOfFunny when Prometheus showed Luthor around his "crooked house" and the two masterminds passive-aggressively sniped at each other.

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** Prometheus's got no superpowers, but he's stampeded through the Justice League three times now, and has pulled off ridiculous stuff like completely disabling the Flash by lying to him, or talking Superman into suicide, or blackmailing the League into letting him go after destroying Star City. He even teamed up with Luthor once (they caused World War III, no big deal), which led to a CrowningMomentOfFunny when [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moment ]]when Prometheus showed Luthor around his "crooked house" and the two masterminds passive-aggressively sniped at each other.



** Everything that came out as a result of ''ComicBook/CryForJustice''.

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** Everything that came out as a result of ''ComicBook/CryForJustice''.''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice''.
25th Sep '15 6:03:49 PM nombretomado
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** Snapper Carr, ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' and the late-'90s ''{{Hourman}}'' series.

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** Snapper Carr, ''ComicBook/YoungJustice'' and the late-'90s ''{{Hourman}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Hourman}}'' series.
18th Aug '15 8:02:08 AM Rjinswand
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* MemeticSexGod: Dale Gunn, a bald, middle-aged, unpowered mechanic who [[http://absorbascon.blogspot.com/2006/01/real-world-detroit-starring-dale-gunn.html inexplicably]] had both Zatanna and Vixen after him in the Detroit era.
14th Jul '15 5:44:18 PM nombretomado
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* {{Asspull}}: The Justice League of America once went up against Despero (an alien with vast mental powers, at the time recently powered-up to be almost as strong and invulnerable as {{Superman}}) with a mostly C-List team. How to beat him? With an innate Martian power that the MartianManhunter had never before mentioned that he had, because using it was so stressful that any given Martian can only do it [[ItOnlyWorksOnce once]] in their life. Despite that, it was still a fairly well-received story. Another weird power of his was the ability to see through the flow of time. This somehow resulted in him being immune to the powers of an opponent who completely rewrote reality. Pulling never before seen powers out of his ass is the ComicBook/MartianManhunter's shtick. And then getting lit on fire the next time said power would have been useful.

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* {{Asspull}}: The Justice League of America once went up against Despero (an alien with vast mental powers, at the time recently powered-up to be almost as strong and invulnerable as {{Superman}}) with a mostly C-List team. How to beat him? With an innate Martian power that the MartianManhunter ComicBook/MartianManhunter had never before mentioned that he had, because using it was so stressful that any given Martian can only do it [[ItOnlyWorksOnce once]] in their life. Despite that, it was still a fairly well-received story. Another weird power of his was the ability to see through the flow of time. This somehow resulted in him being immune to the powers of an opponent who completely rewrote reality. Pulling never before seen powers out of his ass is the ComicBook/MartianManhunter's shtick. And then getting lit on fire the next time said power would have been useful.
14th May '15 3:51:16 PM nombretomado
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** Creator./GrantMorrison's run did this for [[Franchise/GreenLantern Kyle Rayner]].

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** Creator./GrantMorrison's Creator/GrantMorrison's run did this for [[Franchise/GreenLantern Kyle Rayner]].
30th Apr '15 3:13:11 PM PuffyTreat
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** Considering that in said first appearance (written by his own creator) Prometheus' biggest triumph was murdering Retro (who wasn't an actual super-hero, just a JLA fan who entered a contest) before failing to complete his takeover of the League Moon Base and getting whipped in the groin (literally) by Catwoman....well, his own competence is more touted than verified.
1st Mar '15 11:10:59 AM AlternativeCola
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* AngstWhatAngst: The current version of Jhonny Quick apparently had a pretty horrific past that he is very keen not to talk about. His psychological scarring comes out in his willingness to kill people and laugh about it.

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* ''YMMV/SuperFriends''
* ''YMMV/JusticeLeague''
* ''YMMV/YoungJustice''
* ''YMMV/DCTheNewFrontier''
* ''YMMV/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths''
* ''YMMV/JusticeLeagueDoom''
* ''YMMV/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox''
* ''YMMV/JusticeLeagueWar''
* ''YMMV/JLAAdventuresTrappedInTime''

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* AngstWhatAngst: The current version of Jhonny Johnny Quick apparently had a pretty horrific past that he is very keen not to talk about. His psychological scarring comes out in his willingness to kill people and laugh about it.
28th Feb '15 7:58:40 AM MyTimingIsOff
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* AlienScrappy: Yazz.
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