Flash: Oh no, guys. We have to deactivate that bomb with the abort sequence, but Luthor submerged the blast room, and now the bomb is deep underwater. I could run fast enough to create a typhoon, spinning the water away from the bomb and giving someone a chance to get to it, but the energy and turbulence could set it off. Not even Hal’s ring could keep it steady. What do we do?
Aquaman: *stepping forward* I’ll go.
Green Arrow: Arthur, you’re crazy. It’s dangerous, and it’s under all that water.
Aquaman: No, it’s okay. This is why I’m here. It’s all up to me. I’ll do it.
Wonder Woman: As brave as you are handsome, Arthur. Hera give you strength, and I’ll pray to the gods for your safe return.
Green Lantern: You’re a credit to the team, buddy.
Superman: He’s right, Aquaman. You set an example for us all. Good luck.
Aquaman braces himself for his perilous task. Will he make it back? Only time will tell, and Arthur knew that the fate of the world was resting on his shoulders. With a dive, he disappears into the deep, carrying with him the hopes of all mankind.
Batman: You guys know that I already remotely disabled the thermonuclear reactor in the bomb. It’s pretty much completely harmless.
Flash: I know, but did you see how happy he was?
Superman: Yeah, Bruce… how often does a situation like this come up?
Batman: *sighing* I’ll call ahead and tell J’onn to hang another ‘Well Done’ banner. Can’t wait to put up with his bragging for another six months… Idiot.