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* When Ariel Masters meets Green Lantern, he is the only hero who actually impresses her. She outright states that he is everything that the legends promise.

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* When Ariel Masters meets Green Lantern, he is the only hero who actually impresses her. She outright states that he is everything that the legends promise.promise.
* In the aftermath of the battle against the ''[[ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}} Legion of Death]]'' -narrated in ''Justice League 3001'' #12 and ''Blue Beetle (Vol 10)'' #13-, Franchise/TheFlash wonders how they may possibly triumph over [[PhysicalGod Lady Styx]]. In reply, ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} embraces and reassures her:
-->'''Flash:''' We may have won this battle-- but there's still a helluva long war ahead.\\
'''Supergirl:''' And we'll win the war, Teri. I know it-- in the bottom of my soul.\\
'''Flash:''' How '''can''' you know it?\\
'''Supergirl:''' Because in the end, hope will always win out over despair. And simple human decency will always triumph over evil.

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* After [[spoiler: his resurrection, Flash]] insists that he immediately rush off to rescue the rest of the League, a mission where it's been proven death is a real possibility. His reason is that he has to save his "friends".

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* After [[spoiler: his resurrection, Flash]] insists that he immediately rush off to rescue the rest of the League, a mission where it's been proven death is a real possibility. His reason is that he has to save his "friends"."friends".
* When Ariel Masters meets Green Lantern, he is the only hero who actually impresses her. She outright states that he is everything that the legends promise.


* After [[spoiler: his resurrection, Flash]] insists that he immediately rush off to rescue the rest of the League, a mission where it's been proven death is a real possibility. His reason is that he has to recuse his "friends".

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* After [[spoiler: his resurrection, Flash]] insists that he immediately rush off to rescue the rest of the League, a mission where it's been proven death is a real possibility. His reason is that he has to recuse save his "friends".

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* In issue #4, Batman corrects the statement that the [[spoiler: death of Flash and the capture of Green Lantern]] can be simply described as "tough", suggesting some care for his teammates.
* After [[spoiler: his resurrection, Flash]] insists that he immediately rush off to rescue the rest of the League, a mission where it's been proven death is a real possibility. His reason is that he has to recuse his "friends".

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