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He also has some of the Justice League’s children kidnapped

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November 25th, 2013

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Damian also gives one to Bruce when confronting him in Issue 22, stating that he needs his loved ones dying all around him so he can feel justified in brutalizing criminals. He replies with a blow to the face and twisting Damian’s arm. Hauled Before a Senate Subcommittee: Happens to Bruce in Issue 28 when he is questioned in a Senate hearing after the assassination of President Dalkin by Aqualad. They suspect that Batman arranged the President’s death and putting Black Lightning in the Oval Office, since he would have been a more superhero friendly President, which is an insinuation that Bruce doesn’t like hearing. Hope Spot: In Issue 23, Alfred has been restored to his old self after being bathed in the Lazarus Pit, and actually manages to get Batman and Ra’s Al Ghul to stop their fighting and settle their differences peacefully. But just when it looks like things will work out, Blue Beetle crashes through the sanctuary with the falling glass killing one of the endangered animals that were preserved there, enraging Vixen and provoking a fight between the two factions once again. I Did What I Had to Do: Superman’s excuse for his actions in the first series. I Have Your Wife: Even though Harley has a bomb implanted on her head is not considered enough to ensure her loyalty, Ra’s Al Ghul kidnaps and holds her daughter Lucy hostage. She doesn’t like this one bit. He also has some of the Justice League’s children kidnapped and a resurrected Alfred too as a bargaining chip to prevent Batman and his allies to intervene in his plans. Interim Villain: Between Superman’s imprisonment and Brainiac’s invasion, Ra’s Al Ghul and the League of Assassins related site fills this role in the comic. Internal Reveal: Damian learns of Kara’s existence in Issue 25. Ironic Echo: The fake Batman tells Batman that he’s “too weak to do what needs to be done”. Kalibak said the same thing to Superman way back in the first series. Kick the Dog: After killing Waller and Flagg, “Batman” forcibly recruits the Suicide Squad to his cause, but decides to get rid of all its useless members such as Clock King, Magpie, Killer Moth and Polka Dot Man. My God, What Have I Done?: Blue Beetle acts appropriately mortified due to having killed El Diablo and extinguished several animal species by accident. Mythology Gag: From issue 3:Harley: Who are you?

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