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JUSTICE LEAGUE was released worldwide on November 17th, 2017. Fans around the world gathered to see the culmination of a trilogy that Zack Snyder started in 2013. To the dismay of many, the film released by WB was NOT the one fans were expecting.
After stammering for 10 minutes, Bruce told Duke to take a breather before hejust shoved part of his suit at Superman to sign. (Superman ended up signing one of Duke’s school notebooks because Bruce would throw a fit if one of his proteges walked around with a signature on their suit.)
At one point or another, Danielle gets hurt while Superman’s around. Bank robbery, mugging, whatever, she gets hurt before Superman can stop it. When it’s all settled, Superman tries to get her to the hospital. She objects, but he insists she needs to get looked at. They go back and forth a couple of times, and Superman is about to pick her up and take her to a hospital whether she wants to go or not, and Elle just starts sobbing. It’s not from pain or frustration, but from fear. Usually people reserve that kind of crying for before he shows up.
Finally, Superman gets at eye level with her, trying to figure out why Elle is so panicked. She’s babbling about experiments and him finding her and dissection. That’s the moment when Superman realizes his daughter isn’t human, but her injuries are bad and she needs a doctor now.
He doesn’t really have a choice in taking her to the hospital, but he promises to stay by her side the entire time, as long as she needs him. She still fights in the emergency room, screaming and crying and trying to get away but too weak to transform. The doctors try to tie her wrists to the gurney and operate there, but she tears through the leather. Superman has to hold her down long enough to get anesthetic, and now he’s close to tears too because his little girl is in pain and scared and he’s part of the cause.
The doctors manage to convince Superman to at least put scrubs and gloves on over the suit, but he will not leave her side. He tells them an obviously fake name for her, and one by one, her doctors realize they’re treating Superman’s daughter (even though they think she’s his biologically, not through adoption).
The entire floor is cleared in fifteen minutes, and Superman stays by Elle’s side even after the doctors have finished operating and gotten her into a room in the pediatric ICU. He hasn’t been this angry and sad and scared in a long time. He hasn’t felt this helpless in a long time. At one point, a nurse comes in to check Elle’s vital signs, and Superman bursts into tears when they come up low. It’s the first time anyone’s seen Superman cry.
Naturally, it leaks to the press that Superman has a daughter and she’s in the hospital, and Lois and Richard know it’s Elle but can’t get in to see her, which makes the whole situation even worse. It takes three hours for Clark to finally call them and tell them that Elle will live, but it was touch-and-go for a while.
Elle wakes up crying again, afraid and in pain, but at least she’s got her Pa there with her.
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