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* Saint Walker burying someone reanimated by a black ring and giving a eulogy showing he DidTheResearch and knew details of the poor man's life. Then he gets up, goes to the next grave, and begins the next eulogy. The next panel shows a massive graveyard, implying Walker's intending to do this for all the dead of Coast City -- millions of them.

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* Saint Walker burying someone reanimated by a black ring and giving a eulogy showing he DidTheResearch that has ShownTheirWork and knew details of the poor man's life. Then he gets up, goes to the next grave, and begins the next eulogy. The next panel shows a massive graveyard, implying Walker's intending to do this for all the dead of Coast City -- millions of them.

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* After all the {{trauma|CongaLine}} and relationship issues they both suffered before the latter died, Mera and the now BackFromTheDead Aquaman have several throughout the arc.
** In issue #3, they have a heart to heart where Mera apologizes for being NotSoDifferent from the Atlanteans in not standing by Arthur and promises her undying love and loyalty. After Mera admits she could never return to Xebel even if she wanted to, Arthur realizes she too is a fellow undersea monarch in exile. Mera doesn't mind, as she feels she is home with Arthur at his father's Lighthouse.
** When they, alongside the Aquagirl II Lorena Marquez and the new Aqualad Jackson Hyde, face off against Black Manta, [[EvilTwin Hila/Siren]] and the raiding Xebellian army at the beach, Mera, as she prepares to overexert herself to [[MakingASplash wash them away]], simply asks Arthur to believe in her. He does.


* Also in #0, two sentences. Guy and Hal with an entire crateful of [[strike:Oreos]] Chocos for their [[MartianManhunter favorite martian]]. And Guy brought the milk.

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* Also in #0, two sentences. Guy and Hal with an entire crateful of [[strike:Oreos]] Chocos for their [[MartianManhunter [[ComicBook/MartianManhunter favorite martian]]. And Guy brought the milk.


* In ''Brightest Day'' #24, J'onn [[spoiler: uses his powers to remove the shrapnel in Erdel's daughter's brain, restoring her mind in the process. They then proceed to discuss the events which brought J'onn to Earth, and J'onn forgives Erdel's daughter for her part in it.]]

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* In ''Brightest Day'' #24, J'onn [[spoiler: uses his powers to remove the shrapnel in Erdel's daughter's brain, restoring her mind in the process. They then proceed to discuss the events which brought J'onn to Earth, and J'onn forgives Erdel's daughter for her part in it.]]]]
* Saint Walker burying someone reanimated by a black ring and giving a eulogy showing he DidTheResearch and knew details of the poor man's life. Then he gets up, goes to the next grave, and begins the next eulogy. The next panel shows a massive graveyard, implying Walker's intending to do this for all the dead of Coast City -- millions of them.


* ''Brightest Day'' #17. After seeing bits of Boston's childhood with his grandfather in #14, he discovers his grandfather is still alive. Although he is apprehensive, Boston goes to see his grandfather in his assisted-living home. After spending some time together, Boston takes his grandfather for a ride on a motorcycle. The look of joy on both of their faces is priceless.

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* ''Brightest Day'' #17. After seeing bits of Boston's childhood with his grandfather in #14, he discovers his grandfather is still alive. Although he is apprehensive, Boston goes to see his grandfather in his assisted-living home. After spending some time together, Boston takes his grandfather for a ride on a motorcycle. The look of joy on both of their faces is priceless.priceless.
* In ''Brightest Day'' #24, J'onn [[spoiler: uses his powers to remove the shrapnel in Erdel's daughter's brain, restoring her mind in the process. They then proceed to discuss the events which brought J'onn to Earth, and J'onn forgives Erdel's daughter for her part in it.]]


* In the Blackest Night Epilogue in GLC #47, the Guardians do perhaps the ''only'' useful thing they've done since the end of the ''Sinestro Corps War'': repealing the 3rd Law which prohibited romantic relationships. Also, Isamot donating his legs to his patrol partner Vath (after Vath got his legs blasted off by the Anti-Monitor) really highlighted how much brotherly love they had... even though things were a little tense due to Vath's FantasticRacism. (Don't worry, they calmed down.)

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* In the Blackest Night Epilogue in GLC #47, the Guardians do perhaps the ''only'' useful thing they've done since the end of the ''Sinestro Corps War'': repealing Repealing the 3rd Law which prohibited romantic relationships. Also, Isamot donating his legs to his patrol partner Vath (after Vath got his legs blasted off by the Anti-Monitor) really highlighted how much brotherly love they had... even though things were a little tense due to Vath's FantasticRacism. (Don't worry, they calmed down.)


* The end of ''Green Lantern'' #61 (an Atrocitus spotlight issue), in a weird, blood-spew-ey way.

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* The end of ''Green Lantern'' #61 (an Atrocitus spotlight issue), in a weird, blood-spew-ey way.way.
* ''Brightest Day'' #17. After seeing bits of Boston's childhood with his grandfather in #14, he discovers his grandfather is still alive. Although he is apprehensive, Boston goes to see his grandfather in his assisted-living home. After spending some time together, Boston takes his grandfather for a ride on a motorcycle. The look of joy on both of their faces is priceless.

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