"Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 34": Superman is seen punching what remains of Oliver Queen, only to be held back by Martha Kent. When Kal asks how she had the strength to stop him, Martha says she took one of the Super-Pills. Kal notices there is a second pill missing. At the Insurgency Bas
Appearing in "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 34"
- Jonathan Kent
- Jor-El (Hologram)
- Martha Kent
Synopsis for "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 34"
Superman is seen punching what remains of Oliver Queen, only to be held back by Martha Kent. When Kal asks how she had the strength to stop him, Martha says she took one of the Super-Pills. Kal notices there is a second pill missing. At the Insurgency Base, Batman, Black Canary and Catwoman teleport back in. When Huntress asks where Captain Atom and Green Arrow are, Dinah runs off, crying. Jefferson asks what happened at the Fortress. Bruce says Kal-El is no longer the man they worked with, and that the other Insurgents must hide in order to evade Superman and his Regime. Bruce says he needs to go to the Batcave to analyze the pill, but Selina tries to stop him. She is afraid for Bruce's safety, her own, and that of the other Insurgents.
At the Fortress, Kal says he needs to go to the Batcave to stop Bruce, even though his adoptive father still has one of Oliver's arrows in his shoulder. He doesn't have time to help his father, but before he flies off, a hologram of Jor-El manifests. Jor tells his son that he has killed, but when Kal defends his actions when the Insurgents tried to hurt Diana and kill him, Jor tells Kal that "there is always a choice."
Selina continues to hold Bruce back, but Bruce remains resolute in leaving the Insurgents and finding the cure on his own. When Catwoman tries to convince Bruce that he is only human and that Kal will break him, he pulls her into a kiss. Bruce then gasses her so she cannot follow him. Bruce teleports away, instructing the other Insurgents to hide underground, but promising them that he will come find them once he has synthesized the pill.
Jonathan inspects Oliver's corpse, asking Kal if he was his friend. Kal realizes that Ollie never wanted to hurt Superman or his parents, and that these acts were Batman's fault. He says Bruce would have the world return to how it was before Superman and the Justice League intervened, but his father tells Kal that Bruce would rather have humanity determine its own future, and that Bruce is ultimately right. Both Kents and Jor-El make one last push to stop Kal before he flies out of the Fortress.
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