Justice League: Season 4, Episode 13

Epilogue (23 Jul. 2005)

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In the future, Terry McGinnis learns the truth about about his birth.

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In the future, Terry McGinnis learns the truth about about his birth.

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The new Royal Flush Gang bear specific in-joking in each of their identities: Ten has a white swimsuit and blond cornrows just like Bo Derek in the movie 10 (1979); Jack is a samurai, thus putting a spin on the Cartoon Network character Samurai Jack (2001). When this character is returned to normal, he bears a resemblance to Phil LaMarr, who voices Samurai Jack; Queen bears a resemblance to the Queen of Hearts from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. When this character is returned to normal, it is revealed to be a man, thus a "drag queen"; and King looks like MODOK, a Marvel Comics character created by Jack Kirby (Whose's nickname was "The King"). See more »

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Terry McGinnis: My dad wasn't a superhero. He didn't save the world from the near-Apocalypse of '09, he never went toe to toe with Mr. Freeze, but he was a good man just the same. Even after he and Mom got divorced, he always tried to do the right thing. My brother and I were always provided for, when Mom couldn't quite make the bills he always helped out. He tried to teach me right from wrong. What have too if I'd ever listen to him. He never laid a hand on me, although Lord knows I was asking for it.
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Most watchmen like episode
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This is my favorite episode because of the great character development. It is very Watchmen like in that the story is told through flashback and current events both synchronizing so that feelings displayed or actions happening have a double meaning.

It is also very much like issue five of Watchmen, Fearful Symmetry, in that the episode is symmetrical. Terry spends the first half of the episode trying to permanently distance himself from his friends, his girlfriend and Batman. By the end of the episode he is trying to make stronger, more empathetic connections with these people. He goes from feeling like Bruce Wayne's hubristic backup plan, to being an ideal that is better than his predecessor in some ways.

The nicest touch is the what happens twice in the episode with the pill bottle.

I also love the scene where Batman stays with Ace and how he has said to countless supervillains who have had terrible experiences in their childhoods that he knows how they feel, but Ace is the first to know that he is telling the truth because she can see in his mind.

Finally, nothing beats a Timm drawn on Black production and this one is perfect.


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