Batman Character Guide [INTERACTIVE]
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Synopsis for "Resist"
Appearing in "Resist"
- Cat Grant
- Department of Extranormal Operations
- Guardian (James Olsen)
- Lena Luthor
- National City Police Department
- President Olivia Marsdin
- United States Air Force (Cameo)
- Superman (Possessed) (Cameo)
- United States Army (Cameo)
- United States Government (Cameo)
- Democratic Party (Mentioned only)
- Durlans (Mentioned only)
- God (Mentioned only)
- Jeremiah Danvers (Mentioned only)
- King Lar Gand (Deceased) (Mentioned only)
- Perry White (Mentioned only)
- Bill O'Reilly (Mentioned only)
- Dalai Lama (Mentioned only)
- Kanye West (Mentioned only)
- Taylor Swift (Mentioned only)
- Arctic Circle
- United States of America
- Washington, D.C.
- White House (Cameo)
- Fort Rozz (Mentioned only)
- New Jersey
- Bhutan (Mentioned only)
- Himalayas (Mentioned only)
- Daxam (Mentioned only)
- Durla (Mentioned only)
- Phantom Zone (Mentioned only)
- Green Kryptonite (Mentioned only)
- Guardian's Shield
- Phantom Zone Projector (First appearance)
- Positron Cannon (Single appearance) (Destroyed)
- Silver Kryptonite (First appearance)
- Transmatter Portal (Mentioned only)
- Air Force One (Destroyed)
- Daxamites' Fleet (First full appearance)
- Daxamites' Mothership
- It is revealed that President Marsin is actually a Durlan who escaped her birth planet during an invasion.
- Rhea's masterplan concerns turning Earth into a New Daxam by replacing the humans with a new race of Human-Daxamite hybrids.
- Cat Grant mockingly calls Rhea "Tiara Woman" because of her tiara. This is a reference to Wonder Woman who usually wears a tiara.
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