[Solomon Grundy is dying]
Solomon Grundy: Grundy thinks he is going away now.
Hawkgirl: No, just hang on!
Solomon Grundy: Do you think Grundy's soul is waiting for him?
Hawkgirl: Grundy, I don't believe...
[Hawkgirl pauses and looks into Grundy's eyes]
Hawkgirl: [With tears in her eyes] Yes. It's waiting for you.
Solomon Grundy: Then, Grundy gets his reward.
Solomon Grundy: Birdnose helps Grundy? But Birdnose and her friends hate Grundy!
Hawkgirl: Grundy help Birdnose, Birdnose help Grundy, okay? Excuse me. Hawkgirl smash.
[Monsters emerge from giant pods and attack]
Solomon Grundy: Grundy crush Pimple-man!
Hawkgirl: He was happy at the end. I still don't understand why.
Aquaman: It's faith, Hawkgirl. You're not supposed to understand it. You just have it.
Hawkgirl: I always thought it was a fable to scare children.
Superman: Everybody okay?
Solomon Grundy: Okay.
Wonder Woman: Fine.
Dr. Fate: I am unharmed.
Hawkgirl: Let's get on with this.
Solomon Grundy: Big ugly monster-thing won't stop Grundy!
Ichthulhu: Speak to me, child of Thanagar.
Shayera Hol: Nothing to say. I've got a gesture for you, but my hands are tied!
Ichthulhu: How I've missed your people's spirit.
Dr. Fate: Be on your guard!
Ichthulhu: Speak not until spoken to, dust mote.
Hawkgirl: Okay, that was just rude!
Ichthulhu: Wind Mote, who are you?
Hawkgirl: Shayera Hol, Hawkgirl!
Ichthulhu: You have the stench of the Thanagarians upon you.
Hawkgirl: Says the giant squid!
Ichthulhu: *Definitely* Thanagarian!
Ichthulhu: [as Hawkgirl is coming in to finish Ichthulhu] You will not do this, Shayera Hol, child of Thanagar. Ichthulhu still has *faith* in you.
Hawkgirl: So do I.
Mera: An attack from the surface world?
Aquaman: Not this time. But our enemies must be very near indeed.
Mera: You've heard reports from our centuries?
Aquaman: No. It's the creatures of the sea. Mera, I can't hear their thoughts. They're gone.
Wonder Woman: My beliefs sustain me.
Hawkgirl: That must be comforting.
Wonder Woman: There are times when faith is all we have to rely upon. I don't know how you bear the weight all alone.