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* FanficFuel: All those alternate realities the characters visited (not counting ones already previously shown, like ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns''), including one where Alpha Centurion is the hero of Metropolis and one where Barbara Gordon remains as Batgirl after his father James was shot by the Joker.

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* FanficFuel: All those alternate realities the characters visited (not counting ones already previously shown, like ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns''), including one where Alpha Centurion is the hero of Metropolis and one where Barbara Gordon remains as Batgirl after his her father James was shot by the Joker.Joker instead.


* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where hunky, square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he wants Stryker to join him somewhere a little more private. Stryker waits a moment and then follows him.

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* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where hunky, square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he wants means for Stryker to join him somewhere a little more private. Stryker waits a moment and then follows him.

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** The deaths of the various members of the JSA as Extant ages them to their proper ages, killing several of them in the process.


* NightmareFuel: The time-erasing void consumes entire universes, and the effects are represented as everything in the comic fading to white, including panel borders, until nothing is left but blank pages. The [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/1pXkXLWXZcdZuGmSZQHHEU8ctFbLO9Va0H9LpOiQG3dogGMg1r7NbHOJcrCYRihg8Axta3JfAgen=s1600 Action Comics tie-in]] is especially scary, as Lois Lane fades midsentence and has to watch everything die around her.

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* NightmareFuel: The time-erasing void consumes entire universes, and the effects are represented as everything in the comic fading to white, including panel borders, until nothing is left but blank pages. The [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/1pXkXLWXZcdZuGmSZQHHEU8ctFbLO9Va0H9LpOiQG3dogGMg1r7NbHOJcrCYRihg8Axta3JfAgen=s1600 Action Comics tie-in]] is especially scary, as Lois Lane fades midsentence and has to watch everything die around her. Other tie-ins are additionally freaky, such as as the [[https://readcomicsonline.ru/comic/zero-hour-crisis-in-time-omnibus-1994/Zero-Hour-44/24 Robin]] and Catwoman ones, where everything fades to white instantly almost without explanation, and in Selina's case, happened so suddenly that she didn't even have time to react.


* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where hunky, square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he expects Stryker to join him somewhere a little more private. Stryker waits a moment and then follows him.

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* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where hunky, square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he expects wants Stryker to join him somewhere a little more private. Stryker waits a moment and then follows him.


* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he expects Stryker to join him somewhere a little more private. Stryker waits a moment and then follows him.

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* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where hunky, square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he expects Stryker to join him somewhere a little more private. Stryker waits a moment and then follows him.


* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he expects Stryker to follow him to someplace a little more private.

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* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he expects Stryker to follow join him to someplace somewhere a little more private.private. Stryker waits a moment and then follows him.

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* HoYay: Probably unintentional, but there's a brief moment where square-jawed Captain Wilson [[https://youtu.be/8-v2BHNBVCs?t=846 gives Stryker a meaningful look]] and then turns and walks away, almost as if he expects Stryker to follow him to someplace a little more private.


** The Batgirl of her timeline reveals she and Bruce are romantically involved, and when she attempts to kiss him Batman recoils back in shock. ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' made them lovers as part of their backstory and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke'' [[spoiler:sees the two end up having a sex scene]], both to massive outrage. To make it worse, the Bruce of the mainstream DCU's disgusted reaction mirrored that of fans' reaction to both animated versions.

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** The Batgirl of her timeline reveals she and Bruce are romantically involved, and when she attempts to kiss him Batman recoils back in shock. ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' made them lovers as part of their backstory and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke'' [[spoiler:sees the two end up having a sex scene]], both to massive outrage. To make it worse, the Bruce of the mainstream DCU's disgusted reaction mirrored that of fans' reaction many fans to both animated versions.


* OlderThanTheyThink: The much-derided idea of Bruce and Barbara as lovers from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' and the adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke''? Actually happened here first, as the alternate Batgirl seen throughout the story, introduced in ''Batman'' (Vol. 1) #511, was in a romantic relationship with her Bruce (much to, mirroring fan reaction from the animated version, the shock and disgust of mainline Bruce).

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* OlderThanTheyThink: The much-derided idea of Bruce and Barbara as lovers from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' and the adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke''? Actually happened here first, as the alternate Batgirl seen throughout the story, introduced in ''Batman'' (Vol. 1) #511, was in a romantic relationship with her Bruce (much to, mirroring fan reaction from the animated version, versions, the shock and disgust of the mainline Bruce).


* FanficFuel: All those alternate realities the characters visited (excluding published ones, like ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns''), including one where Alpha Centurion is the hero of Metropolis and one where Barbara Gordon remains as Batgirl after his father James was shot by the Joker.

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* FanficFuel: All those alternate realities the characters visited (excluding published ones, (not counting ones already previously shown, like ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns''), including one where Alpha Centurion is the hero of Metropolis and one where Barbara Gordon remains as Batgirl after his father James was shot by the Joker.

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** Similar to the above example, one of the time anomalies sends Superman to ''Krypton'', where he gets to meet his birth parents...only to be forced to watch the planet explode before he can do anything to try and save them.


* FanficFuel: All those alternate realities (excluding published ones, like ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns'') the characters visited, including one where Alpha Centurion is the hero of Metropolis and one where Barbara Gordon remains at Batgirl after his father James was shot by the Joker.

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* FanficFuel: All those alternate realities the characters visited (excluding published ones, like ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns'') the characters visited, ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns''), including one where Alpha Centurion is the hero of Metropolis and one where Barbara Gordon remains at as Batgirl after his father James was shot by the Joker.


* HarsherInHindsight:

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* HarsherInHindsight: FanficFuel: All those alternate realities (excluding published ones, like ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightReturns'') the characters visited, including one where Alpha Centurion is the hero of Metropolis and one where Barbara Gordon remains at Batgirl after his father James was shot by the Joker.
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*** We got the opposite in ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoBatmanMovie''.


** The Batgirl of her timeline reveals she and Bruce are romantically involved, and when she attempts to kiss him Batman recoils back in shock. ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' made them lovers as part of their backstory and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke'' [[spoiler:sees the two end up having a sex scene]], both to massive outrage. To make it worse, mainstream!Bruce's disgusted reaction mirrored that of fans' reaction to the animated versions.

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** The Batgirl of her timeline reveals she and Bruce are romantically involved, and when she attempts to kiss him Batman recoils back in shock. ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' made them lovers as part of their backstory and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheKillingJoke'' [[spoiler:sees the two end up having a sex scene]], both to massive outrage. To make it worse, mainstream!Bruce's the Bruce of the mainstream DCU's disgusted reaction mirrored that of fans' reaction to the both animated versions.

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