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* While nothing comes of it (thankfully), during the final battle. Hal Jordan is seen transforming into [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Parallax]] just before another dimensional shift occurs and swaps him out with Kyle Rayner. The Atom, who is on his shoulder, has the appropriate reaction (especially considering as it seems Hal is having a DespairEventHorizon like in ''Comicbook/ZeroHour'', as a reaction to [[spoiler:the Flash and Hawkeye being killed]]). Thankfully, ThisIsGonnaSuck is averted, barely.

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* While nothing comes of it (thankfully), during the final battle. Hal Jordan is seen transforming into [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Parallax]] just before another dimensional shift occurs and swaps him out with Kyle Rayner. The Atom, who is on his shoulder, has the appropriate reaction (especially considering as it seems Hal is having a DespairEventHorizon like in ''Comicbook/ZeroHour'', ''Comicbook/ZeroHourCrisisInTime'', as a reaction to [[spoiler:the Flash and Hawkeye being killed]]). Thankfully, ThisIsGonnaSuck is averted, barely.


* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the '''''idea''''' of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]] See, while Thanos has managed to use it at its full power more than once, he's hampered by a truckload of neuroses preventing him from using its full potential and his ultimate wish for the Gauntlet is to impress a woman (Lady Death). Darkseid just wants to ''enslave the entire Universe'' and his focus on domination and boiling hate for every single positive aspect of reality is beyond laser.

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* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the '''''idea''''' of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]] See, while Thanos has managed to use it at its full power more than once, he's hampered by a truckload of neuroses preventing him from using its full potential and his ultimate wish for the Gauntlet is to impress a woman (Lady Death). Darkseid just wants to ''enslave the entire Universe'' and his focus on domination and boiling hate for every single positive aspect of reality is beyond laser. The times that have depicted Darkseid winning have shown he doesn't really care about AndThenWhat and just ruling with an iron fist.

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-->'''Superman:''' Tell yourself that, Mister... Ease yourself to sleep at night while you let your world go to Hell! Where I come from, though...LIVES MATTER!


* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs, it's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.) It's used as ammo in a ReasonYouSuckSpeech by Superman towards Captain America about the heroes of the Marvel Verse as a whole for letting such an atrocity happen at all.

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* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs, it's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.) It's used as ammo in a ReasonYouSuckSpeech by Superman towards Captain America Thor about the heroes of the Marvel Verse as a whole for letting such an atrocity happen at all.


* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.) It's used as ammo in a ReasonYouSuckSpeech by Superman towards Captain America about the heroes of the Marvel Verse as a whole for letting such an atrocity happen at all.

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* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's laughs, it's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.) It's used as ammo in a ReasonYouSuckSpeech by Superman towards Captain America about the heroes of the Marvel Verse as a whole for letting such an atrocity happen at all.



* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]] See, while Thanos has managed to use it at its full power more than once, he's hampered by a truckload of neuroses preventing him from using its full potential and his ultimate wish for the Gauntlet is to impress a woman (Lady Death). Darkseid just wants to ''enslave the entire Universe'' and his focus on domination and boiling hate for every single positive aspect of reality is beyond laser.

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* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA '''''idea''''' of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]] See, while Thanos has managed to use it at its full power more than once, he's hampered by a truckload of neuroses preventing him from using its full potential and his ultimate wish for the Gauntlet is to impress a woman (Lady Death). Darkseid just wants to ''enslave the entire Universe'' and his focus on domination and boiling hate for every single positive aspect of reality is beyond laser.


* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]] Mostly, while Thanos just wanted to impress a woman (Lady Death), Darkseid just wants to ''enslave the entire Universe'', and the Gauntlet is an appropriate alternate to the Anti-Life Equation.

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* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]] Mostly, See, while Thanos just wanted has managed to use it at its full power more than once, he's hampered by a truckload of neuroses preventing him from using its full potential and his ultimate wish for the Gauntlet is to impress a woman (Lady Death), Death). Darkseid just wants to ''enslave the entire Universe'', Universe'' and the Gauntlet his focus on domination and boiling hate for every single positive aspect of reality is an appropriate alternate to the Anti-Life Equation.beyond laser.


* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]]

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* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]][[/note]] Mostly, while Thanos just wanted to impress a woman (Lady Death), Darkseid just wants to ''enslave the entire Universe'', and the Gauntlet is an appropriate alternate to the Anti-Life Equation.


* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.)

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* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.)) It's used as ammo in a ReasonYouSuckSpeech by Superman towards Captain America about the heroes of the Marvel Verse as a whole for letting such an atrocity happen at all.


* Scarlet Witch's attempts to control the DC Universe's Chaos Magic. The effort starts to take it's toll on her rather quickly, turning Wanda's skin sickly pale. Eventually it gets so bad her skin turns grey to the point she looks like an actual zombie.

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* Scarlet Witch's attempts to control the DC Universe's Chaos Magic. The effort starts to take it's its toll on her rather quickly, turning Wanda's skin sickly pale. Eventually it gets so bad her skin turns grey to the point she looks like an actual zombie.


* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads of the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.)

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* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads of the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.)


* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads of the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand...

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* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads of the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand... (Keep in mind, this is ''especially'' offensive to J'onn, who endured a Martian pogrom himself.)


* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA of it...

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* DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA of it...[[note]]It's a good thing that they didn't go with Jack Kirby's original ComicBook/NewGods, because they are supposed to reside in the Marvel Universe, which is why Boom Tubes were required -- to travel between the Marvel and DC Universe.[[/note]]

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*DARKSEID WEARING THE INFINITY GAUNTLET! Thankfully, it's non-functional in the DC Universe, and Darkseid dismisses the thing when he realizes it, but good God, just the IDEA of it...


* While nothing comes of it (thankfully), during the final battle. Hal Jordan is seen transforming into [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Parallax]] just before another dimensional shift occurs and swaps him out with Kyle Rayner. The Atom, who is on his shoulder, has the appropriate reaction. Thankfully, ThisIsGonnaSuck is averted, barely.

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* While nothing comes of it (thankfully), during the final battle. Hal Jordan is seen transforming into [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Parallax]] just before another dimensional shift occurs and swaps him out with Kyle Rayner. The Atom, who is on his shoulder, has the appropriate reaction.reaction (especially considering as it seems Hal is having a DespairEventHorizon like in ''Comicbook/ZeroHour'', as a reaction to [[spoiler:the Flash and Hawkeye being killed]]). Thankfully, ThisIsGonnaSuck is averted, barely.


* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads of the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand...

to:

* While some comparisons between the DC!Earth and the Marvel!Earth are played for laughs. It's anything but when J'onn and Diana come across the remains of Genosha. Wonder Woman even compares it to [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the destruction of Hiroshima]]. When asked why the place was annihilated, J'onn reads of the minds of those nearby. Explaining to the other League members that the inhabitants were discriminated against for having genetic mutations, all while holding the skull of one of the victims in his hand...

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