This series didn’t take itself too seriously and was set in an alternate future where the Justice League are brought back to life – though with very different personalities from what they had before. This series continued the story from a previous series called Justice League 3000.
Following the immediacy of Superman death Wonder Woman had been rendered unconscious by the Scullions and Teri stood above her unable to move until Supergirl pulled the two away. At this point Teri is unable to continue recording her memories, also having shunned her Flash costume, and Diana attempts to console her which works marginally.
Supergirl meanwhile checks up on Ice and Fire who are similarly shaken with survivor’s guilt. They recall how Barry Allen and Hal Jordan were killed so they could escape. Guy Gardner tries to comfort Tora by lightening the mood but the others find it inappropriate which flares up his anger and he lashes out at Tora – something entirely out of character for him, but Tora does not believe that it was Guy who did it.
In the cafeteria Diana and Teri continue rembering what happened on Takron-Galatos; how Diana went into an Amazonian rage and tore into the Scullions before being knocked out. Then, after Supergirl rescued the two of them, they all convened at a portal Batman rigged which would take them to Ganesha Eleven and safety. They each entered the portal reluctantly, Ice and Fire being rescued from nearby and Teri pushed in. On the other side there was a moment of silence after Tina and her Bat-Armour were forced through until Supergirl is thrown into the room and the portal closed leaving Bruce behind to close the gate from the other side. Teri explains that Bruce used a small sliver of Kryptonite to weaken her first and Diana wishes she could have seen his smile as Bruce fought the androids to his death.
Supergirl confronts Tina who has been salvaging the Transversal portal and integrating it into her own suit which bolsters Supergirl into planning their next moves.