The CASSANDRA CAIN CONTROVERSY
I don't have an exact link, but on Toonzone Bruce Timm stated while they never introduced Cassandra Cain, she had a cameo in the Savage Time. The girl looks nothing like Annie, so why not just lable her as an "unidentified girl" so we end the argument. Never in the episode is she called Annie, nor Cassandra, so unless you can prove it one way or the other, just keep her as "unknown"--188.8.131.52 21:58, February 12, 2010 (UTC)
- We already did. Years ago. Nothing has been brought to our attention that made us change that decision. --Tupka217 00:15, September 18, 2013 (UTC)
"All Bets Off"
At some point during this episode, Superman tells Hawk Girl "All bets are off" as they're destroying German planes. Is this acknowledgement that there's no point preventing casualties during a war? The way he's ripping through planes makes him look like he doesn't care if any of the pilots die. Yrusama (talk) 15:48, April 8, 2013 (UTC)
In Hereafter, Vandal Savage tells Superman he cannot travel back in time to a point where he already exists. However, in this episode, J'onn J'onnz travels back in time to World War II, even though due to being hundreds of years old he would have been alive on Mars when World War II took place. Wonder Woman also may have also existed at that time, due to being an immortal Amazon. DomCairns94 (talk) 22:55, June 25, 2014 (UTC)
I know this is old but:
J'onn J'onnz was in a suspended animation type of sleep, maybe his life-signs were so low (aka: close to death) that his future self could be in the past