The villains have taken over the world! The Teen Titans fight back! Can the inexperienced teen heroes do what the adults could not? (Answer: Nope. It goes very poorly.)
Lex Luthor trying to explain the intricacies of his plan to Bizarro, and then just giving up.
Just put it down so that it's facing East... facing me... this way.
Before that, Bizarro tries to give Lex a flower as a gift. Lex tries to order him around, but Bizarro won't budge unless he takes it. Lex reluctantly does and Bizarro grunts with a smile on his face.
While also as equally creepy and unnerving, Power Ring's ring gets a good quip in.
Power levels at 15%, you idiot.
Stargirl and Shazam sharing what could have been a Meet Cute, deflated by Shazam being under the Firestorm Matrix's mind altering control with him throwing a car into a building. She is not impressed.
This could also be interpreted as a Mythology Gag where they were briefly an item during Johns' run of JSA, before the New52.
Whilst the rest of the Justice Leagues are being tormented in their Tailor Made Prisons, Shazam is having the time of his life fighting an unending stream of monsters & giant robots.
While the Rogues are in Metropolis, a novice bounty hunter named the Archer tries to get the bounty on their heads. Trickster knocks Archer out mid-sentence with a single Rocket Punch after an arrow hits him right in the pinky toe.
In Issue #5 of the main issue, Batman tells Lex Luthor's gang that if they work together he's in charge. They all just stare at him◊ and Catwoman tells him maybe he should think otherwise.
Catwoman: Uh...Batman? They're in charge.
Will Magnus' chagrin at his perfect, emotionless, Metal Men turning out to be the complete opposite.