| > > Superman does come to Gotham to help out with the rebuilding, but finds that it is too much for him. Though he pops up from time to time. As for the rest of the League, during this period, Batman wasn't too fond of anyone other than his partners being in Gotham. He'd have a fit if Black Canary or Conner Hawke showed up to take care of business, especially if they didn't consult him first. The story was designed to focus on the Batman characters, with only Superman having the most interaction outside of the Bat Group.|
> I see ... still ... in the aftermath of the earthquake with millions of people in trouble, you'd think other heroes would jump in and Batman would be thankful for it. He's said throughout Cataclysm and Aftershock that he can't handle it.
> Thanks for the replies.
He'd tell them all to get the hell out of his city. He didn't want rank ametuers running around his city. That's why he only allowed those that he personally trained or at least, personally authorized, running around the city. It's basically how he was back then. Even with the city ravaged and being stressed out by how little help he had, he wouldn't want the entire League showing up.