"Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 10": In the Batcave, Nightwing and Robin are training, with Richard just having taken Damian down. Dick asks Damian what he did wrong, to which Damian replies "The legs." Nightwing says that was correct, and that the opponent has "sticky-outy bits" that are ea
- It always starts with one. That's how justification works. But once you justify something once, you can do it again and again. It becomes easier. Right and wrong blur.
- -- Batman
Appearing in "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 10"
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- Injustice: The Regime
Synopsis for "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 10"
In the Batcave, Nightwing and Robin are training, with Richard just having taken Damian down. Dick asks Damian what he did wrong, to which Damian replies "The legs." Nightwing says that was correct, and that the opponent has "sticky-outy bits" that are easier to hit. He tells Damian to get up so they can try again as Damian throws one of his escrima at Richard's head. Just before it hits, Superman appears and catches it in mid-air. Damian becomes startled and confused, saying Superman shouldn't have snuck up on them like that. Superman asks Richard to take Damian so Clark and Bruce can have some privacy.
Superman immediately confronts Bruce, asking where he was when his parents were kidnapped, to which Bruce replies he was "doing what needed to be done." He tells Superman that he needs to stop policing the world, and that Superman is scaring everyone. Horrified, Clark rips Bruce's mask off and says that they "should be scared." Superman says that his killing The Joker was justified in order to save millions more lives.
Batman then explains how justification works as Aquaman is seen inspecting the harpooning of multiple whales for their meat. In a rage, Aquaman rips off their chains, flies off the side of the ship and nearly capsizes it. Cyborg alerts airborne Justice League members to the ship's predicament. Diana comments on how people don't understand what a ceasefire means, to which Victor replies "It's not a country," revealing a contingent of Atlantean soldiers and sea creatures.
As a crew member of one of the ships falls off the side, Aquaman catches him. The man begs for mercy and that he had a family; Aquaman says the whale had a family too, and that its children were slaughtered. Wonder Woman flies in before anything else can happen and asks Orin to stop the attack, citing the ceasefire that Superman called. Aquaman tells her that "the oceans do not answer your calls." The sea is his alone to protect. Diana discusses a peaceful solution to save the sailors and forget about what happened, but one of the Atlantean soldiers fires an energy blast at Diana's face. The soldier says he thought she was going to attack Orin, but he replies that if he had been thinking, he would have known it would have been a bad idea to "piss off an Amazon." Diana then pushes Orin and says she's "sick of words."
- This Chapter is published in print in Injustice: Gods Among Us #4.
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