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* FiveBadBand: [[spoiler: Terry]] is the BigBad, The Convert is TheDragon, Coeval is the EvilGenius, Kali is TheBrute and Locus is the DarkChick.

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* FiveBadBand: FiveManBand: [[spoiler: Terry]] is the BigBad, The Convert is TheDragon, Coeval is the EvilGenius, Kali is TheBrute and Locus is the DarkChick.


* TookALevelInDumbass: After being brought back to life [[spoiler: and becoming the new Flash]] Teri's IQ has dropped dramatically from being a TeenGenius to what she claims is "higher than average". This has been noticed in universe, including by Teri herself and the theory is it is [[BlessedWithSuck linked to her new powers]] either because her brain can't handle change properly or because of complications from [[spoiler: Barry's D.N.A.]]

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* TookALevelInDumbass: After being brought back to life [[spoiler: OnlySaneMan: ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} is the only Leaguer who is the real deal instead of a defective replica of the original member. She's a mature, sensible -and snarky- woman and becoming the new Flash]] Teri's IQ has dropped dramatically from being a TeenGenius to what she claims is "higher than average". This has been noticed in universe, including by Teri herself and the theory is it is [[BlessedWithSuck linked to her new powers]] either because her brain can't handle change properly or because of complications from [[spoiler: Barry's D.N.A.]]teammates are a Superman who is an egotistical ass, a crazier-than-usual Batman, a blood-thirsthy, booze-guzzling straw feminist Wonder Woman, a deranged Guy Gardner, an annoyingly hyperactive Flash...


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* TookALevelInDumbass: After being brought back to life [[spoiler: and becoming the new Flash]] Teri's IQ has dropped dramatically from being a TeenGenius to what she claims is "higher than average". This has been noticed in universe, including by Teri herself and the theory is it is [[BlessedWithSuck linked to her new powers]] either because her brain can't handle change properly or because of complications from [[spoiler: Barry's D.N.A.]]


Relaunched post-''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'' as ''Justice League 3001''.

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Relaunched post-''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'' as ''Justice League 3001''.
3001'' the book was sadly cancelled in 2016, ending with an abrupt cliffhanger. [[FullyAbsorbedFinale Fortunately it was thankfully resolved by the same creative team]] in ''ComicBook/BlueBeetle'' (Volume 10) #12-13.


* MenAreTheExpendableGender: Played ''ruthlessly'' straight in issues #6 & 7 of ''3001'' where [[spoiler: Superman, Barry Allen, Hal Jordan and Batman are all killed off by the scullions while Blue Beetle and Booster Gold are missing presumed dead. Conversely none of the five existing female members of the League are killed and Batman is replaced by his own female descendant by the end of the issue. The ''only'' male member of the League confirmed alive by the end of #7 is Guy Gardener (who is biologically female but self identifies as male) - and in later issues even he finds the original mind of the body he was resurrected in fighting him for control.]]

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* MenAreTheExpendableGender: Played ''ruthlessly'' straight in issues #6 & 6 and 7 of ''3001'' where [[spoiler: Superman, Barry Allen, Hal Jordan and Batman are all killed off by the scullions while Blue Beetle and Booster Gold are missing presumed dead. Conversely none of the five existing female members of the League are killed and Batman is replaced by his own female descendant by the end of the issue. The ''only'' male member of the League confirmed alive by the end of #7 is Guy Gardener (who is biologically female but self identifies as male) - and in later issues even he finds the original mind of the body he was resurrected in fighting him for control.]]


* AffirmativeActionLegacy: [[spoiler: Teri succeeds Barry Allen as the Flash.]]

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* AffirmativeActionLegacy: [[spoiler: Teri succeeds Barry Allen as the Flash. Tina Sung becomes Batman. Indeed, by the end, the entire League is female. Teri, Tina, Wonder Woman, a genderbent Guy Gardner, and the original Supergirl, Fire and Ice.]]


* YouAreInCommandNow: In ''Comicbook/{{Justice League 3000}}'', Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} becomes TheLeader of team after Franchise/{{Superman}} and Batman get killed in BigBad's first attack.

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* YouAreInCommandNow: In ''Comicbook/{{Justice ''Justice League 3000}}'', 3001'', Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} becomes TheLeader of team after Franchise/{{Superman}} and Batman get killed in BigBad's first attack.


* In ''Comicbook/{{Justice League 3000}}'', Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} becomes TheLeader of team after Franchise/{{Superman}} and Batman get killed in BigBad's first attack.

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* YouAreInCommandNow: In ''Comicbook/{{Justice League 3000}}'', Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} becomes TheLeader of team after Franchise/{{Superman}} and Batman get killed in BigBad's first attack.


** Post-Crisis [[spoiler: Supergirl]] reappears after the time skip.

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** Post-Crisis Pre-Crisis [[spoiler: Supergirl]] reappears after the time skip.



* In ''Comicbook/{{Justice League 3000}}'', omicbook/{{Supergirl}} becomes TheLeader of team after Franchise/{{Superman}} and Batman get killed in BigBad's first attack.

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Justice League 3000}}'', omicbook/{{Supergirl}} Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} becomes TheLeader of team after Franchise/{{Superman}} and Batman get killed in BigBad's first attack.

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Justice League 3000}}'', omicbook/{{Supergirl}} becomes TheLeader of team after Franchise/{{Superman}} and Batman get killed in BigBad's first attack.


* TheAce: In ''3001 #2'' Supergirl (the real Kara Zor-El, not a clone) shows up and takes a less than a minute to defeat Starro who has been confounding the whole league at this point. Teri, who immediately before had been complaining that the 'historical' Supergirl [[FutureImperfect was fictional]] practically melts in hero worship.

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* TheAce: In ''3001 #2'' Supergirl Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} (the real Kara Zor-El, not a clone) shows up and takes a less than a minute to defeat Starro who has been confounding the whole league at this point. Teri, who immediately before had been complaining that the 'historical' Supergirl [[FutureImperfect was fictional]] practically melts in hero worship.


* [[spoiler: EarthAllAlong]]: Takron-Galtos.



* CombatPragmatist: The League resorts to this increasingly with their diminished abilities and teamwork. Green Lantern in particular realises that this is the only possible way to fight Locus, attacking her from behind and keeping her disorientated so that she cannot focus her powers.

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* CombatPragmatist: The League resorts to this increasingly with their diminished abilities and teamwork. Green Lantern Lantern, in particular realises particular, realizes that this is the only possible way to fight Locus, attacking her from behind and keeping her disorientated so that she cannot focus her powers.

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* [[spoiler: EarthAllAlong]]: Takron-Galtos.


** Issue #7 of ''3001'' is perhaps even more of a turning point: [[spoiler:Hal Jordan and Barry Allen are killed by Scullions and Batman makes a HeroicSacrifice. With Superman's death the previous issue Diana is now the ''only'' member of the original team still alive.]]

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** Issue #7 of ''3001'' is perhaps even more of a turning point: [[spoiler:Hal Jordan and Barry Allen are killed by Scullions and Batman makes a HeroicSacrifice. With Superman's death in the previous issue issue, Diana is now the ''only'' member of the original team still alive.]]


''Justice League 3000'' is an ongoing DCComics series that launched in December 2013 as part of the Comicbook/{{New 52}}. The series is written by Keith Giffen and J.M. [=DeMatteis=], the writing team behind the original ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational''.

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''Justice League 3000'' is an ongoing DCComics Creator/DCComics series that launched in December 2013 as part of the Comicbook/{{New 52}}. The series is written by Keith Giffen and J.M. [=DeMatteis=], the writing team behind the original ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational''.


* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Lois]] in issue #9 of ''3001''. After the death of [spoiler: Superman]] she seemingly loses her main reason for villainy.

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* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Lois]] in issue #9 of ''3001''. After the death of [spoiler: [[spoiler: Superman]] she seemingly loses her main reason for villainy.

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