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* Calculator's note "We're not ''all'' morons" is fridge sadness. Calculator knows who did it; ditto Hal Jordan, who mournfully tells Ollie that he's not going to like finding out who the killer is.

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* Calculator's note "We're not ''all'' morons" is fridge sadness. Calculator knows who did it; ditto Hal Jordan, who mournfully tells Ollie that he's not going to like finding out who the killer is.is.
* A flitting moment at the very beginning, when Ma Kent grumbles about her son micro-managing something for her, saying she's sure Batman never does that to his parents. Just... Clark's expression.


* When Oracle pipes Jack Drake's phone call to the Batmobile. Batman and Robin (Jack's son Tim Drake) can hear events unfolding, hear what is essentially Jack's last words, but are too far away to reach the Drake home in time. Tim's pleading look to Batman, the look of horror in Batman's eyes, and then, as he absolutely floors the Batmobile, his whispered prayer: "Please . . . not again."

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* When Oracle pipes Jack Drake's phone call to the Batmobile. Batman Franchise/{{Batman}} and Robin [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]] (Jack's son Tim Drake) can hear events unfolding, hear what is essentially Jack's last words, but are too far away to reach the Drake home in time. Tim's pleading look to Batman, the look of horror in Batman's eyes, and then, as he absolutely floors the Batmobile, his whispered prayer: "Please . . . not again."

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* When Oracle pipes Jack Drake's phone call to the Batmobile. Batman and Robin (Jack's son Tim Drake) can hear events unfolding, hear what is essentially Jack's last words, but are too far away to reach the Drake home in time. Tim's pleading look to Batman, the look of horror in Batman's eyes, and then, as he absolutely floors the Batmobile, his whispered prayer: "Please . . . not again."


* Captain Boomerang's son Owen unable to see his father because the agents there are swimming in GenreSavvy and think somehow this'll bring Boomerang back. Owen is distraught and calls them out for allowing ComicBook/{{Batman}} to be on the scene but not ''his only living kin''.

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* Captain Boomerang's son Owen unable to see his father because the agents there are swimming in GenreSavvy and think somehow this'll bring Boomerang back. Owen is distraught and calls them out for allowing ComicBook/{{Batman}} to be on the scene but not ''his only living kin''.


* After the events of the story, it's revealed Batman figured out what happened, and isn't pleased at all. In fact, it's one of his NotSoStoic moments of anger and grief, being violated by ''friends''.

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* After the events of the story, it's revealed Batman figured out what happened, and isn't pleased at all. In fact, it's one of his NotSoStoic moments of anger and grief, being violated by ''friends''.''friends''.
* Calculator's note "We're not ''all'' morons" is fridge sadness. Calculator knows who did it; ditto Hal Jordan, who mournfully tells Ollie that he's not going to like finding out who the killer is.


** You have to think Batman is well aware of Owen's grief but can't do anything about it.

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** You have to think Batman is well aware of Owen's grief but can't do anything about it.it.
* After the events of the story, it's revealed Batman figured out what happened, and isn't pleased at all. In fact, it's one of his NotSoStoic moments of anger and grief, being violated by ''friends''.


* Captain Boomerang's son Owen unable to see his father because the agents there are swimming in GenreSavvy and think somehow this'll bring Boomerang back. Owen is distraught and calls them out for allowing ComicBook/{{Batman}} to be on the scene but not ''his only living kin''.

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* Captain Boomerang's son Owen unable to see his father because the agents there are swimming in GenreSavvy and think somehow this'll bring Boomerang back. Owen is distraught and calls them out for allowing ComicBook/{{Batman}} to be on the scene but not ''his only living kin''.kin''.
** You have to think Batman is well aware of Owen's grief but can't do anything about it.


-->'''Firestorm:''' T-the professor... my family... someone say goodbye to my Dad for me... ''(flies away)''

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-->'''Firestorm:''' T-the professor... my family... someone say goodbye to my Dad for me... ''(flies away)''away)''
* Captain Boomerang's son Owen unable to see his father because the agents there are swimming in GenreSavvy and think somehow this'll bring Boomerang back. Owen is distraught and calls them out for allowing ComicBook/{{Batman}} to be on the scene but not ''his only living kin''.

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** There's also Fridge sadness: Ray would have gone back to Jean in a ''second'' if she had simply told him she missed him and none of this would have happened.

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** Later, Dick tries calling Tim and only gets his answering machine.


* The look on Firestorm's face, knowing he's about to die.

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* The look on Firestorm's face, knowing he's about to die.die.
-->'''Firestorm:''' T-the professor... my family... someone say goodbye to my Dad for me... ''(flies away)''

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** Following the funeral, he similarly can barely hold himself together, literally having to support his chin with his hand as he sobs uncontrollably. Further compounded by the look of absolute grief on his face


** eve worse when he actually finds her and literally has trouble holding himself together.

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** eve worse Even worse, when he actually finds her and literally has trouble holding himself together.

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** eve worse when he actually finds her and literally has trouble holding himself together.


->"Batman and Robin. Orphans."

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->"Batman -->"Batman and Robin. Orphans."

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