Tear Jerker / I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC

  • Watch the first video, which personifies Spider-Man as the best qualities of Marvel movies, in tandem with the short released five years and one Contested Sequel later where Batman and the Avengers express no interest at all in Spider-Man's reboot.
  • Random Guy's response to the midnight Dark Knight Rises Colorado shootings.
  • Superman's Heroic Sacrifice at the end of Season One. And Gobby's at the end of Zero Hour. Neither ended up dead, but Gobby's stuck in a rebooted universe. At least he isn't alone though...
  • Harley's matter-of-fact comment that nobody cares about her. The Green Goblin disagrees with that statement.
    • Also Green Goblin's heartbroken reaction when Harley gets back together with Reboot!Joker. Anyone who's loved a person who's in an abusive relationship understands how painful it is when even after trying and pleading with them to get out, they just go right back to the same abusive partner.
  • Deadpool's reaction to Rorschach's death. Specifically, his conversations with Gobby and Death.
  • Future Lex's guilt over the results of Plan Q. You have to feel bad for the guy.
    Future Lex: It was my android. My plan. My fault...
  • "Harley....I love you." Who knew The Green Goblin could make you feel so sad.
    • Goblin trying to convince Harley not to go back to the Joker after finding out he's alive, although reanimated as a slave to Darkseid. He reminds her of all the crap Joker's put her through, and how he's manipulating her even now to be with him. Harley still thinks it's her choice to be with him. When Goblin tells her that Joker doesn't care about her, she simply replies, "That's okay, Mr. G. No one does." Just...the matter-of-fact way she says it...
  • Seeing Darkseid let loose on the heroes at Stan's Place. He doesn't throw a single punch or Omega Beam at them. He lays out the bitter truth of what he believes to be the truth about their existence. And everyone just... drops.
  • Spider-Man's reaction to possibly remembering being married to MJ. He just breaks down. Saying he is all alone.
  • Everyone comes back from Comic Con 2015. Everyone's got ups and downs, but when Ben is referring to his own movie, he refers to the infamous tweet the director gave about the movie being taken out of his hands. Poor Ben, if only he knew how much the public would hate his new movie. It really makes it Harsher in Hindsight.
  • The final part of "After Hours" has far more Tear Jerker moments than it by rights should have. Superman's crisis of confidence? Captain America's words of inspiration from beyond the grave? Superman's moment of self-sacrifice? ("But no one will ever know!" "I'll know.") The Marvel heroes denying Luthor's Hannibal Lecture by acknowledging that they believe in Superman? Stan Lee's tribute to Superman?