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** Priscella Rich's Cheeta in particular. Her chapter, "A Feral Child" is around 50 pages long, and we see glimpses of her past, her jealousy of WonderWoman, her reflections on the things that led her to be there, and her struggle with having a split personality. There is probably more CharacterDevelopment for this version of Cheeta in this one chapter than there ever was in the original comics.

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** Priscella Rich's Cheeta in particular. Her chapter, "A Feral Child" is around 50 pages long, and we see glimpses of her past, her jealousy of WonderWoman, Franchise/WonderWoman, her reflections on the things that led her to be there, and her struggle with having a split personality. There is probably more CharacterDevelopment for this version of Cheeta in this one chapter than there ever was in the original comics.


* MindRape:

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* MindRape: '''''All over the Place'''''. Itís safe to say that in the few chapters that it isnít happening is a breather.


* MasterOfIllusion: Lex Luthor insists that the Benefactor's powers are illusionary in nature. In at least some occasions they are, other times its [[RealityWarper powers are definitely material]].

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* MasterOfIllusion: Lex Luthor insists that the Benefactor's powers are illusionary in nature. In at least some occasions they are, other times its [[RealityWarper powers are definitely material]].material.]]



* MindRape
* MysteriousBenefactor

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* MindRape
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* MysteriousBenefactorMysteriousBenefactor: Benefactor acts as this in the beginning.



* RedHerring: Sinestro believes that [[spoiler: Benefactor and his servants are the legendary Empire of Tears, prophesied to destroy the [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]]. To his surprise the Benefactor never heard of such a thing.]]

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* RedHerring: Sinestro believes that [[spoiler: Benefactor and his servants are the legendary Empire of Tears, prophesied to destroy the [[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]]. Corps.]] To his surprise the Benefactor never heard of such a thing.]]



* SubvertedKidsShow

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* SubvertedKidsShowSubvertedKidsShow: It may have looked like the same y goofy kids show in the beginning but by the end of the chapter it shows it definitely not the same.


* RedHerring: Sinestro believes that [[spoiler: Benefactor and his servants are the legendary Empire of Tears, prophesied to destroy the GreenLanternCorps. To his surprise the Benefactor never heard of such a thing.]]

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* RedHerring: Sinestro believes that [[spoiler: Benefactor and his servants are the legendary Empire of Tears, prophesied to destroy the GreenLanternCorps.[[Franchise/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]]. To his surprise the Benefactor never heard of such a thing.]]


* ContinuityNod: Several nods to both cartoon continuity as well as to DCUniverse. The Monolith of Evil, Toyman's artificial planet, Bizarro's enlarger ray -- all make appearances.

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* ContinuityNod: Several nods to both cartoon continuity as well as to DCUniverse.Franchise/DCUniverse. The Monolith of Evil, Toyman's artificial planet, Bizarro's enlarger ray -- all make appearances.


** In Chapter 32, Lex is walking through the Legion's base, remarking to himself, "It's bigger on the inside" and is uncertain where he heard it. We're given a brief paragraph informing us that somewhere [[DoctorWho The Doctor]] is marking this particular universe off his list of ones he'd like to visit.

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** In Chapter 32, Lex is walking through the Legion's base, remarking to himself, "It's bigger on the inside" and is uncertain where he heard it. We're given a brief paragraph informing us that somewhere [[DoctorWho [[Series/DoctorWho The Doctor]] is marking this particular universe off his list of ones he'd like to visit.


* ShoutOut: Chapter 27 makes several references to the ComicBook/{{Justice}} minseries (itself an attempt to make a serious version of the SuperFriends), including:

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* ShoutOut: Chapter 27 makes several references to the ComicBook/{{Justice}} minseries (itself an attempt to make a serious version of the SuperFriends), ''{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}}''), including:


[[LegionOfDoom The Legion of Doom]], having suffered constant defeats at the hands of the Superfriends, faces a crisis Ė most of members are tired and consider leaving the organization. SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor, in desperate attempt to keep the team from falling apart, performs an experiment to travel outside the Universe, to the Bleed. There he meets a being called [[AnonymousBenefactor The Benefactor]], who claims to have come from an AlternateUniverse that he conquered, and offers Luthor to provide Legion with everything they need to conquer theirs. Luthor, believing the Benefactor to not be as powerful as he makes himself look like, but still possibly be in possession of useful knowledge, technology and the like, convinces his teammates to pay him a visit.

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[[LegionOfDoom The Legion of Doom]], having suffered constant defeats at the hands of the Superfriends, faces a crisis Ė most of members are tired and consider leaving the organization. SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor, ComicBook/LexLuthor, in desperate attempt to keep the team from falling apart, performs an experiment to travel outside the Universe, to the Bleed. There he meets a being called [[AnonymousBenefactor The Benefactor]], who claims to have come from an AlternateUniverse that he conquered, and offers Luthor to provide Legion with everything they need to conquer theirs. Luthor, believing the Benefactor to not be as powerful as he makes himself look like, but still possibly be in possession of useful knowledge, technology and the like, convinces his teammates to pay him a visit.


** Luthor's actions during chapter 22 mirror DoctorDoom's actions at the end of Marvel's ComicBook/SecretWars, with the Benefactor in place of the Beyonder.

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** Luthor's actions during chapter 22 mirror DoctorDoom's Doctor Doom's actions at the end of Marvel's ComicBook/SecretWars, with the Benefactor in place of the Beyonder.


** Maxwell Lord, an infamous supervillain from the mainstream comics, appears as a cameo in chapter 18, reappears as an ongoing character in chapter 25 when he helps arrest Mirror Master, who is the SilverAge version.

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** Maxwell Lord, an infamous supervillain from the mainstream comics, appears as a cameo in chapter 18, reappears as an ongoing character in chapter 25 when he helps arrest Mirror Master, who is the SilverAge UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} version.


* MediumAwareness: True to form, the [[spoiler: Joker's]] brief appearance in chapter 30 has [[AsideComment Aside Comments]] with references to different continuities and metafiction conventions, including the video game VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum, OneMoreDay and ComicBook/Flashpoint.

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* MediumAwareness: True to form, the [[spoiler: Joker's]] brief appearance in chapter 30 has [[AsideComment Aside Comments]] with references to different continuities and metafiction conventions, including the video game VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum, OneMoreDay ComicBook/OneMoreDay and ComicBook/Flashpoint.

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** In Chapter 32, Lex is walking through the Legion's base, remarking to himself, "It's bigger on the inside" and is uncertain where he heard it. We're given a brief paragraph informing us that somewhere [[DoctorWho The Doctor]] is marking this particular universe off his list of ones he'd like to visit.

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** Solomon Grundy, upon returning to life, internally monologues about how he was almost intended to become a member of the Parliament of Green seen in Swamp Thing but was turned down because he didn't die in a fire. Grundy's new body also bears some resemblance to Doomsday.

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* BigDamPlot: One of the giant toyman robots threatens a dam in the on-going crisis.


** Superman is mentioned to be making a speech to the United Nations about the worldwide removal of all nuclear weapons, just as he did in the fourth Christopher Reeve Superman film.

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** Superman is mentioned to be making a speech to the United Nations about the worldwide removal of all nuclear weapons, just as he did in the fourth Christopher Reeve Superman film. As in that film, he's told that he needs a sponsor to speak to the UN, at which point every single delegate volunteers.


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* EyeScream: Eyes are frequently... damaged, for lack of a more inclusive term.

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