Kid Flash: Hey, Supey, not too late to put on the new stealth tech.
Superboy: No capes, no tights. No offense.
Miss Martian: It totally works for you. In that you can totally do good work in those clothes.
Kobra: Batman must be desperate if he sends his whelp to task me.
Robin: What's wrong, Koby? You look disconcerted.
Robin: [to Aqualad] We picked the right guy to lead. Automatically making you the right guy to explain this mess to Batman.
Bane: [Entire conversation in Spanish] You give me back my greatest weapon? What's the catch?
L-1: No catch. It would hardly be a test of his champion's prowess if you were not at your best.
Bane: You want my best?
[Activates the Venom feed]
Bane: You got it!
Robin: So who's in charge?
Batman: [Batman and Red Tornado exchange glances] Work that out between you.
Superboy: Did you hear that?
Kid Flash: Uh, no... Wait! Is this a superhearing thing?
Miss Martian: You do have great ears.
Kid Flash: Okay, Rob, now what?
[Realizes Robin has disappeared]
Kid Flash: Man, I hate it when he does that!
Bane: [Robin has disappeared] Has that little fool already been captured?
Aqualad: No. He just does that.
Kid Flash: Stay put. I'll get our intel and be back before Boy Wonder.
Aqualad: Wait. Kid!
Aqualad: You do have the most experience. But perhaps that is exactly what has left you unprepared. Fighting aloneside Batman, your roles are clearly defined. You two do not need to talk. But this team is new. And a leader needs to be clear, explicit. He cannot vanish and expect others to play part in an unknown plan.
Robin: Oh, so I'm supposed to hold everyone's hand?
Robin: Who am I kidding? You should lead us, Kaldur. You're the only one who can.
Aqualad: [Affect being selected as leader] Then I accept the burden.
Aqualad: Until you are ready to lift it from my shoulders. You were born to lead this team. Maybe not now - but soon.
Robin: I know you hate getting your hands dirty.
Kobra: True. But sometimes even a god must stoop to conquer.
Batman: A simple recon mission. Observe and report! You'll each receive written evaluations detailing your *many* mistakes... Until then - good job... No battle plan survives first contact with the enemy. How you adjust to the unforseen is what determines success. And how you choose who leads determines character.