The Orange Werefox reveals his sinister plan to take down the Justice League!
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Mr. Nebula is a planet level decorator with cosmic power! In an alternate Earth, Mr. Nebula decides to change the “drab” and predictable color scheme of the Justice League costumes. Even if the hero changes costumes, the new color scheme goes into effect! Some would argue that Mr. Nebula’s aesthetic sense is essentially kitsch. Only the clothes of the Justice League are changed and not their powers. Each hero has a different opinion about the new color scheme of their costume and their comments have been recorded below.
Well I was getting tired of the red, white and blue at the symbolic level. Especially, since I renounced my US citizenship (Can Superman Renounce his US Citizenship?). The new color scheme does remind me of the Kryptonian flag which was strong on secondary as opposed to primary colors and maybe I should wear a costume that reflects my interplanetary roots.
Kitsch Green Lantern
All the Green Lanterns wear the same basic uniform. If I wanted to wear a uniform then I would have joined the army. I am a superhero for goodness sake. Being a super hero is all about being an individual and I always envied the costumes of the other super heroes but no more! I am not sure I am into the garish color scheme but anything that makes me stand out among the other Green Lanterns is a good thing. I am happy to report that the Guardians of the Universe have had no success in undoing the spell or whatever of Mr. Nebula so I guess I am “stuck” with this outfit, LOL!
I have been meaning to change the orange and green outfit for awhile anyway. The new colors are a little too feminine for me if you know what I mean but the good news is that Mera really likes the new color scheme and I guess that’s what really matters.
I hate it. I hate it. I hate it. Did I mention I hate it?
How am I supposed to strike fear into the hearts of criminals in this get up? The Joker was practically laughing to death the last time I fought him. Catwoman likes the outfit and that can’t be good given her garish taste in costumes. Normally I don’t condone murder but I think in some cases murder is acceptable. I wonder what sort of cosmic weapon would be needed to destroy Mr. Nebula totally!
Kitsch Martian Manhunter
Clothes are a human affectation. On Mars we only wore clothes for special ceremonial purposes. I neither like nor dislike this outfit although I do think the softer colors bring out the green of my complexion and eyes in a more pleasing manner than my previous costume.
Kitsch Wonder Woman
I am an Amazon not a hooker which is what the current color scheme makes me look like. Even the power of Zeus has not been able to undo the hex of Mr. Nebula but I swear by Almighty Hera that I will find a way to undo this curse!
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In an alternate dimension, Brainiac has matrixed the Justice League. A matrixed being is downloaded as pure data into a virtual environment. The matrixed being is the perfect data vessel for simulations involving that being. A matrixed being still contains the x-factor, human unpredictability unlike a computer generated being. The Mad Thinker and Brainiac had struggled to make simulations that took account the x-factor but had failed. Matrixing is the answer to the x-factor problem. Brainiac may want to conquer alternate universes with alternate Justice Leagues and plans to use the matrixed Justice League to test simulated combat scenarios in a environment that is safe and controlled but something goes wrong. The Matrix Justice League is taking over the computer systems of Brainiac and Brainiac is helpless to stop them. Over time in the virtual reality, the powers of the Matrix Justice League change.
Superman finds that more and more his super strength is less important than his super intelligence which enables him to infiltrate and control simulated beings sent against the Justice League.
Matrix Green Lantern
Years creating green energy constructs with his power ring mean that Green Lantern can take over the image processing systems of the virtual reality and create not just create simulated beings. In this virtual environment, Green Lantern is by far the most powerful Justice Leaguer.
Aquaman can swim through data streams unlike his fellow Justice Leaguers.
Flash has a super fast mind that allows him to out race any countermeasures created by Brainiac.
Matrix Batman can deduce trap doors and back doors Brainiac has in his computer systems due to his keen analytical intellect.
Matrix Martian Manhunter
Matrix Martian Manhunter recognizes bits and pieces of Martian computer systems that have been incorporated into Brainiac’s computer system.
Matrix Wonder Woman
Matrix Wonder Woman hates the virtual reality and finds herself being the weakest member of the team due to her inability to figure out how computer systems work.
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