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: Is that a containment suit? Captain Atom
: Mmm-hm. I'm not flesh and blood anymore, just living energy. Green Arrow
: That wouldn't be nuclear energy, would it? Captain Atom
: With a name like "Captain Atom," what do you think? Green Arrow
] I think you're what I marched against back in college.
: So, you're gonna let me drive, right? Captain Atom
: Whoa, wait a minute! Has she been qualified in a Javelin? Supergirl
: Why don't you take the stick out, Corporal? Captain Atom
[Kara sticks her tongue out at him
: Just look around. If you see anything, don't engage. Captain Atom
: Roger that! Green Lantern
: Uh, you can just say "okay." Captain Atom
: [finding the Hazmat team
] What are we up against? Supergirl
: He asked you a question! Soldier
: Don't answer them! That's classified info...
[Supergirl grabs him and holds him up with one arm
: I've just about had it with you guys! You've got to the count of five!1... 4!
[eyes start to glow
] Captain Atom
: I'd speak up if I were you!
: I gotta say that's not much of a plan. If you get that close, the heat will FRY you. Captain Atom
: I know. Green Arrow
: But... Captain Atom
: If this doesn't work, contact the League. They'll know what to do next. Green Arrow
[offers his hand. They shake hands
: So this is what you've been up to these last few months. Major Force
: Chasing cars. Superman
: I help wherever I'm needed.
: You sold out to Luthor. Captain Atom
: I'm doing my duty. Look, this isn't my decision to make. It's the court's. Batman
: "Court's"? This is Luthor's vendetta. Superman
: Power Girl, what do you think about all this? Captain Atom
: It doesn't matter what any of us thinks. Luthor is the president and what he says goes. Now, are you coming or not? Superman
: It's not gonna be any easier without Power Girl. Major Force
: We should have killed them when we had the chance. Captain Atom
: We do not kill people. Understand? Major Force
: Is that right?
: Luthor did the one thing nobody was expecting. He made things boring again. And boring is good, isn't it? The economy is back to normal. Crime is down. There are no wars or anything. Superman
: He's up to something. Can't anybody see that? Captain Atom
: That's what I thought at first. Eventually, I realized all he's trying to do is put that formidable intellect to work doing such a good job, no one will have a choice but to respect him. It's all about ego now. Superman
: I'll never respect him. He's a sick man. Major Force
: He's not the first to sit in the Oval Office. Captain Atom
: He's right. There have been womanizers, drunks, crooks, but Nixon helped turn our worst enemy into our best trading partner. And Johnson gave us the Voting Rights Act. Superman
: Thanks for the history lesson, but I'm not buying it. Power Girl
: Come on, work with us. Please? We need you. Superman
[Superman flies off
] Captain Atom
: I guess Luthor's not the only one with an ego.
: How do we shut them down? Blue Beetle
: I don't know, because Black Beetle didn't know. There's no failsafe, this was an Endgame.
G. Gordon Godfrey
: [On TV
] Well, it looks like someone's finally listening to old G. Gordon, the lone voice of reason callling for the outing of Secretary General Tseng after his diastrous alliance with the Reach. Well guess what, folks? Tseng actually resigned. You're welcome. Now, his replacement has not been officially chosen, but I think there's only one man qualifies: the man who helped save us all from the Reach's MFDs. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you... Lex Luthor! Superman
: You have got to be kidding me! Captain Atom
: And on that note, I officially hand over my chairmanship of the League to you. Black Canary
] Wow, thanks so much.
: Attention... WarWorld. This is Captain Atom of the Justice League, representing the planet Earth. We wish to open negotiations. Mongul
: But I am uninterested in negotiations. The Earth under the reach's thumb is far too great a threat to my long-term plans. It must be destroyed. And, quite frankly, if you knew what you were in for with the Reach, you'd thank me for putting you out of your collective misery.