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* AwesomeButImpractical: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]]. After Green Lantern gets rid of all the future technology that shouldn't be in 1879, Bat Lash admits that he wanted one of the "fancy ray guns". Jonah Hex immediately tells him they aren't dependable due to jamming easily.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]]. After Green Lantern gets rid of all the future technology that shouldn't be in 1879, Bat Lash admits that he wanted one of the "fancy ray guns". Jonah Hex immediately tells him they aren't dependable due to jamming because they jam easily.


* AwesomeButImpractical: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]]. After Green Lantern gets rid of all the future technology that shouldn't be 1879, Bat Lash admits that he wanted one of the "fancy ray guns". Jonah Hex immediately tells him they aren't dependable due to jamming easily.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]]. After Green Lantern gets rid of all the future technology that shouldn't be in 1879, Bat Lash admits that he wanted one of the "fancy ray guns". Jonah Hex immediately tells him they aren't dependable due to jamming easily.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]]. After Green Lantern gets rid of all the future technology that shouldn't be 1879, Bat Lash admits that he wanted one of the "fancy ray guns". Jonah Hex immediately tells him they aren't dependable due to jamming easily.


* BaitAndSwitchBoss: Manning appears to be the sole BigBad, with Clinton saying he regrets his actions and just wants to go home. Once he gets his hands on his time belt again however he shows his true colours, attempting to abandon the League in the past while seeking to change the future.

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* BaitAndSwitchBoss: Manning appears to be the sole BigBad, villain, with Clinton saying he regrets his actions and just wants to go home. Once he gets his hands on his time belt again however he shows his true colours, attempting to abandon the League in the past while seeking to change the future.



-->'''Batman:''' I don't have time to pursue a relationship. My work is too important to allow any distractions. Diana's a remarkable woman, she's a valued friend, she's... standing right behind me, isn't she?\\

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-->'''Batman:''' I don't have time to pursue a relationship. My work is too important to allow any distractions. Diana's a remarkable woman, she's a valued friend, she's... standing right behind me, isn't she?\\



* WholePlotReference: Time-traveling heroes teaming up with the old West heroes to battle a tyrant using future technology to rule the 1800s is remarkably close to the plot of ''[[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]] #142-143.'' It also contains some elements of ''[[Comicbook/JusticeLeague Justice League of America]]'' #159-160, wherein a variety of "historical" heroes travel forward in time to battle the League.

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* WholePlotReference: Time-traveling heroes teaming up with the old West heroes to battle a tyrant using future technology to rule the 1800s is remarkably close to the plot of ''[[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]] #142-143.'' ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' #142-143. It also contains some elements of ''[[Comicbook/JusticeLeague Justice League ''Comicbook/JusticeLeague of America]]'' America'' #159-160, wherein a variety of "historical" heroes travel forward in time to battle the League.


* WeirdWest: Three of the modern-day Justice League find themselves stuck in the Old West and join forces with some contemporary heroes to face off against a Western villain with access to future technology like robots and ray guns.



* WeirdWest: Three of the modern-day Justice League find themselves stuck in the Old West and join forces with some contemporary heroes to face off against a Western villain with access to future technology like robots and ray guns.


* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: Several of Manning's {{Mook}}s use them as steeds, and a pterodactyl attacks the heroes.

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* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: Several of Manning's {{Mook}}s use them robotic dinos as steeds, and a pterodactyl attacks the heroes.steeds.


* TimeTravelForFunAndProfit: Enid can't believe that her husband doesn't use his time travel technology to make them rich. Manning is only to willing to do so, stealing weapons from the future to make himself more powerful.

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* TimeTravelForFunAndProfit: Enid can't believe that her husband doesn't use his time travel technology to make them rich. Manning is only to all too willing to do so, stealing weapons from the future to make himself more powerful.


The town is under the heel of Tobias Manning, who throws someone in jail for beating him at poker. The heroes break him out, and he introduces himself as Bartholomew Aloysius "Bat" Lash. David is also in jail, and explains that Manning stole his time-travel belt and used it to obtain future technology to cement his position as overlord.

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The town is under the heel of Tobias Manning, who throws someone in jail for beating him at poker. The heroes break him out, and he introduces himself as [[ComicBook/BatLash Bartholomew Aloysius "Bat" Lash.Lash]]. David is also in jail, and explains that Manning stole his time-travel belt and used it to obtain future technology to cement his position as overlord.

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* AgonyOfTheFeet: Wonder Woman comments that the boots she took from one of the bandits are killing her feet. When Batman comments that she fights crime in high heels, she replies that her high-heeled boots ''fit''.

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* TimeTravelForFunAndProfit: Enid can't believe that her husband doesn't use his time travel technology to make them rich. Manning is only to willing to do so, stealing weapons from the future to make himself more powerful.

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* BaitAndSwitchBoss: Manning appears to be the sole BigBad, with Clinton saying he regrets his actions and just wants to go home. Once he gets his hands on his time belt again however he shows his true colours, attempting to abandon the League in the past while seeking to change the future.


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* EasilyForgiven: Averted; Diana is shown cold-shouldering Shayera in the Watchtower messhall.


* ShipTease: Batman and Green Lantern have a conversation about the other's relationship with Diana and Shayera respectively. Both deny any romantic interest, which the other refuses to believe.

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* ShipTease: Batman and Green Lantern have a conversation about the other's relationship with Diana and Shayera respectively. Both deny any romantic interest, which the other refuses to believe. The WhamLine shows that GL did get together with Shayera after all.

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* ShipTease: Batman and Green Lantern have a conversation about the other's relationship with Diana and Shayera respectively. Both deny any romantic interest, which the other refuses to believe.


* DoesntLikeGuns: Bruce, who sticks to using batarangs in the Wild West.
* DullSurprise: The {{reaction shot}} of the contemporary Western heroes watching David escape into a time portal and the League heroes pursuing him is capped off with an understated "Huh." from Bat Lash.
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: Several of Maning's {{Mook}}s use them as steeds, and a pterodactyl attacks the heroes.

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* DoesntLikeGuns: Bruce, who sticks to using batarangs in the Wild West.
West, refusing to carry a gun even while posing as a cowboy.
* DullSurprise: The {{reaction shot}} of the contemporary Western heroes watching David escape into a time portal and the League heroes pursuing him is capped off with an understated "Huh." from Bat Lash.
Lash. Of course by that stage they've SeenItAll, having battled androids and giant mechas with ray guns.
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs: Several of Maning's Manning's {{Mook}}s use them as steeds, and a pterodactyl attacks the heroes.


On the Watchtower, Batman and Green Lantern talk over lunch. Batman asks GL about his feelings for Shayera; GL switches the subject to Batman's relationship with Diana (who walks up behind him in time to hear him insist that he sinply regards her as a good friend and colleague). The awkward moment is cut short by an intruder alert. The three catch David trying to steal one of Batman's utility belts; when he opens a time portal to escape, they jump in after him.

The Leaguers find themselves in a desert, confronted by three bandits on horseback who demand "tribute". The bandits are easily defeated, but they then discover a bigger problem -- a newspaper in one of the saddlebags dated June 12, 1879. The heroes head to the nearby town of Elkhorn, Oklahoma, looking for leads to the time-traveling villain who holds their only way to get home.

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On the Watchtower, Batman and Green Lantern talk over lunch. Batman asks GL about his feelings for Shayera; GL switches the subject to Batman's relationship with Diana (who walks up behind him in time to hear him insist that he sinply simply regards her as a good friend and colleague). The awkward moment is cut short by an intruder alert. The three catch David trying to steal one of Batman's utility belts; when he opens a time portal to escape, they jump in after him.

The Leaguers find themselves in a desert, confronted by three bandits on horseback who demand "tribute". The bandits are easily defeated, but they then discover a bigger problem -- a newspaper in one of the saddlebags dated June 12, 1879. The heroes dress in contemporary clothing and head to the nearby town of Elkhorn, Oklahoma, looking for leads to the time-traveling villain who holds their only way to get home.

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