- You've got powers, I've got nothing. You can handle yourself while I make good my getaway, J'onn. You can-- right?
- -- Catwoman
Appearing in "Through a Glass
- Desaad (Behind the scenes)
Synopsis for "Through a Glass
Joker leads his group on a night-time raid on "Camp Luthor" in search of supplies. During the raid, Joker hold Luthor at gunpoint and in turn Deadshot points his weapon at Joker.
Meanwhile at the Safe Zone, Lady Flash is overjoy at the opportunity of redeeming herself on a planet that Vandal Savage have sworn to build a "better world". However, she sadly learns from Vandal that he intend on using the women including herself as breeding stock for populating his civilization.
At "Camp Luthor", the battle have been completely halted as the standoff between Joker and Luthor continues. Both the combatants reason with each other; Luthor reasons that Joker's army are outnumbered and Joker reason that Luthor can't be kill (yet) as he pose the opportunity to have everyone escape from the planet, but still insists on Luthor surrendering his camp's supplies.
Catwoman is discovered sneaking around in trees, bringing suspicion upon herself as a "good guy" spy. To prove her innocence and shift the heat, she outs "Blockbuster" as Martian Manhunter, having seen him change earlier. This results in the rest of the villains quickly turning their attention to him and bringing him down despite the Martian's words of promise of helping them to leave the planet. Upon the discovery of the villains on this planet, Desaad plans to weed out the less powerful villains and train the better ones for an unclear goal by allowing a massive horde of Parademons in invading Salvation.
- Cheetah is erroneously shown in both Joker's raiding party and in Vandal Savage's safe zone.
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