went ahead and made the same joke the entire internet is making.
Every kid dreams of being a superhero. Having powers, saving people. But no kid thinks about what it’s like when you’re a hero and you’re not saving people. Truth is… not much else changes, you still hurt, you still love, you still wish and hope and fear things. And you still need people to help you with all of it. In some ways, that’s the best part.
THEY ARE THE… J U S T I C E L E A G U E
"…But I am pleased to meet some folks who get me." (Justice League: War)
Justice League I (2017) • II (2019)
• DC Comics Movie Slate 2016-2020 •
Best moment of the episode!
"In the beginning I was just gonna do all of this, by myself. And now with you… I rely on you.”
"When I’m out there helping people, making a difference? You’re all out there with me.”
AMERTEK - DC COMICS’ EASTER EGG | #Arrow Ep 3x02 “Sara”
In the comics AmerTek is a military industrial firm that has recruited a young engineer named John Henry Irons to build weapons. Irons developed the “Toastmasters” for them, but was furious to learn that their inventions were being used by gangs. Irons destroyed all his notes and left the corporation, but it wasn’t over. After Irons started operating as Steel, Armertek stole the plans for the armor and used them to create super-powered soldiers themselves. Irons longed to atone for the deaths his designs had caused. For that purpose, he built a suit of exoskeleton armor for himself and became the superhero Steel.
The logo of AmerTek appeared on the poster of The Flash series. We may see more of this company in the crossover episodes.