"Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 14": A flash-forward of Batman kneeling next to a corpse is seen. He has a flashback of the death of his own parents, comparing that moment to what is feeling now. His son is dead.
- ...There are those who continue to defend these psychopaths. It's why I'm in Gotham today. There's something... sick in your city. These twisted individuals who have hurt your city time and time again cannot be allowed to do so anymore.
I will no longer allow them to kill and maim and terrorize and then be 'treated.' The onus has always been on getting these people the help they deserve.
They deserve nothing. Their illness can no longer be an excuse for your threatened safety.
You deserve to know that they can never threaten you again. One of these madmen permanently scarred this world. Myself and fellow Justice League members have decided that these criminals must be taken away, far from Gotham.
I promise you, they will never threaten you again.
- -- Superman
Appearing in "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 14"
- Justice League
- Two-Face (Harvey Dent) (First appearance)
- Female Gotham 2 News Anchor
- Lois Lane (Mentioned only)
- Male Gotham 2 News Anchor
- Injustice: The Regime
Synopsis for "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 14"
A flash-forward of Batman kneeling next to a corpse is seen. He has a flashback of the death of his own parents, comparing that moment to what is feeling now. His son is dead.
On Gotham 2 News Station, two reporters are announcing an interview of Doctor Boone, to discuss the situation of the United States' division over the Justice League's and Superman's efforts to police the globe. Two Face appears in his place, however, saying "Channel Two. Two anchors. A nation divided. I couldn't stay away." He plans to flip his iconic coin to determine the fate of the news anchors, but Superman vaporizes the coin in mid-air. Harvey then pulls out a gun and demands to know what side was facing up. He grovels at Superman's feet, asking him if he saw what it was, to which Clark replies he didn't and destroys Two-Face's gun.
The two news anchors thank Superman and the female asks Superman several personal questions regarding the Daily Planet and Lois Lane. When she asks Superman if he wants to remain proactive in the world's affairs, he announces that there is something "...sick in your city."
In the Batcave, Batman orders Robin to prepare the Batplane as Superman announces that he is emptying Arkham Asylum and taking the inmates to places unknown. As Bruce and Richard board the plane, Robin questions Batman's motives and puts his support behind Superman. Nightwing comments on how Damian can be "the darkest thing in this cave," being only twelve years old. As Damian continues a tirade against Bruce, he takes off and abandons him in the Batcave.
Richard and Bruce, now in the Batplane alone, discuss the latter's and Damian's stubbornness, and that for someone to be as stubborn as Bruce, they would have to be related to him.
At Arkham, one of the caretakers thank Superman for returning Harvey to the asylum, to which Diana replies they aren't returning him. They've "lost confidence" in the facility and are moving all the inmates to a secure facility. Batman and Nightwing appear in defense of the inmates, and Damian appears on the side of the Justice League.
- This Chapter is published in print in Injustice: Gods Among Us #5.
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