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*IAmNotLeftHanded: Used word for word by Diana she reveals to Tatsu that she doesn't spar with her dominant hand in order to give her opponents a chance, but averted when Tatsu says that she is actually left-handed (although every scene after she's animated using her right).


* ThrowTheBookAtThem: During the fight at the library, Tatsu fends off Diana by throwing books at her, [[FreezeFrameBonus with comically appropriate titles]]. %%* WorkoutFanservice: A couple of scenes feature Diana and Tatsu doing workouts.

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* ThrowTheBookAtThem: During the fight at the library, Tatsu fends off Diana by throwing books at her, [[FreezeFrameBonus with comically appropriate titles]]. %%* WorkoutFanservice: A couple of scenes feature Diana and Tatsu doing workouts.

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* KnowWhenToFoldEm: The crook at the beginning is under no delusion that he can escape a superhero.


* NoodleIncident: Just what is Barbara suggesting by saying she's "really good at getting rid of bodies"? What experiences are we talking about...?

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Just what is Barbara suggesting by saying she's "really good at getting rid of bodies"? What experiences are we talking about...??
** Kara said that finding someone with their soul taken by dark magic was just like a scene in "Exploding Ninja Pirates from Outer Space II". What movies those must be.


* BookshelfDominoes: [[spoiler: When Diana and Tatsu start fighting in a library, this is the inevitable result.]]

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* BookshelfDominoes: [[spoiler: When Diana and Tatsu start fighting in a library, this is the inevitable result.]]



* FaceDoodling: Supergirl can't resist vandalizing the lifeless bodies of their enemies, with Zee's "borrowed" lipstic.

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* FaceDoodling: Supergirl can't resist vandalizing the lifeless bodies of their enemies, with Zee's Zatanna's "borrowed" lipstic.lipstick.



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler: Katana realizes the error of her ways when Wonder Woman not only [[TakingTheBullet takes the bullet]] for a criminal, he wasn't even a carjacker like Katana thought, he was just locked out of his own car.]]

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler: Katana realizes the error of her ways when Wonder Woman not only [[TakingTheBullet takes the bullet]] for a criminal, he wasn't even a carjacker like Katana thought, he was just locked out of his own car.]]



* OfCorpseHesAlive: Barbara hides the soulless villains in her room, so to keep her father from getting suspicious, she arranges them to look like they're having a slumber party, rigging a pulley system to move their arms and make them give each other makeovers.

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* OfCorpseHesAlive: Barbara hides the soulless villains in her room, so to keep her father from getting suspicious, she arranges them to look like they're having a slumber party, {{slumber party|Ploy}}, rigging a pulley system to move their arms and make them give each other makeovers.



* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Diana jumps in front of Katana's attack to save a man breaking into a car, and gets her soul taken instead of him.]]

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* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Diana Diana jumps in front of Katana's attack to save a man breaking into a car, and gets her soul taken instead of him.]]



* ThrowTheBookAtThem: During the fight at the library, [[spoiler:Tatsu]] fends off Diana by throwing books at her, [[FreezeFrameBonus with comically appropriate titles]].

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* ThrowTheBookAtThem: During the fight at the library, [[spoiler:Tatsu]] Tatsu fends off Diana by throwing books at her, [[FreezeFrameBonus with comically appropriate titles]].titles]]. %%* WorkoutFanservice: A couple of scenes feature Diana and Tatsu doing workouts.


* AdaptationalWimp: Of a sort, since in this version Katana can trap people's souls in her sword, but can only let out every single soul it's absorbed at once. Her comic counterpart's version of the weapon could release specific souls to have a temporary minion with a specific skill.

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* AdaptationalWimp: Of a sort, since in this version Katana can trap people's souls in her sword, but can only let out every single soul it's absorbed at once. Her comic counterpart's version of the weapon could release specific souls to have a temporary minion with a specific particular skill.

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* RunningGag: Bumblebee asking "Now what?" with another "now" every time they find another de-souled villain.

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* BlackMagic: What Zatanna declares the sword's power to be, the "really icky stuff" to use her words.


* BookshelfDominoes: [[spoiler: When Diana and Tatsu start fighting in a library, this is the inevitable result.]]



* BookshelfDominoes: [[spoiler: When Diana and Tatsu start fighting in a library, this is the inevitable result.]]

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* LoopholeAbuse: Subverted; the library prohibits ''loud'' fighting specifically, because "This is Metropolis. It's the best we can hope for." As long as Diana and Tatsu keep their fighting ''quiet'', they are allowed to stay.

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* FaceDoodling: Supergirl can't resist vandalizing the lifeless bodies of their enemies, with Zee's "borrowed" lipstic.

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* BatmanColdOpen: The episode opens on Katana stealing the soul of a mugger.
* CardboardPrison: Implied in the opening. When Katana confronts the mugger, he thinks she's one of the Superhero Girls and brags that he'll just get out of prison to do it all over again. This, in fact, is Katana's justification for taking criminals' souls, to ensure they never commit crimes ever again.


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* KilledMidSentence: In a variation, Harley had her soul taken when she was spray painting "Batman Drools!" on a wall; when they find her, she had only gotten to "Batman Droo".


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* OfCorpseHesAlive: Barbara hides the soulless villains in her room, so to keep her father from getting suspicious, she arranges them to look like they're having a slumber party, rigging a pulley system to move their arms and make them give each other makeovers.
* PedestrianCrushesCar: After her soul is taken, Giganta falls on Jessica's van, flattening it like it was a cardboard box. Jessica has to make a replica van with her ring.
* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Diana jumps in front of Katana's attack to save a man breaking into a car, and gets her soul taken instead of him.]]
* TemptingFate: As Barbara drags Catwoman and Harley to Jessica's van, she says that at least it's just two bodies. Then Giganta falls on the van, crushing it.
* ThrowTheBookAtThem: During the fight at the library, [[spoiler:Tatsu]] fends off Diana by throwing books at her, [[FreezeFrameBonus with comically appropriate titles]].


* NoodleIncident: Just what is Barbara suggesting by saying she's "really good at getting rid of bodies"?

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* NoodleIncident: Just what is Barbara suggesting by saying she's "really good at getting rid of bodies"?bodies"? What experiences are we talking about...?


* NoodIncident: Just what is Barbara suggesting by saying she's "really good at getting rid of bodies"?

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* NoodIncident: NoodleIncident: Just what is Barbara suggesting by saying she's "really good at getting rid of bodies"?

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* LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain: Said word for word by Catwoman, when everyone gets their souls back and find themselves in a fake slumber party Batgirl set up to distract her father.


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* NoodIncident: Just what is Barbara suggesting by saying she's "really good at getting rid of bodies"?

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