Plot hole: Van Gunther has the two rockets aimed at the Geneva Convention. They launch with Steve attached to one of them. Wonder Woman chases in her invisible jet and shoots down the other rocket. She then gets out and uses her crown like a boomerang to break the chains holding Steve to the second rocket and rescues him off it. She or her crown never touch the rocket, but it crashes into a mountain. She did nothing to it to disrupt its course towards the Geneva Arms Conference. There was nothing to make it crash or hit prematurely, and the sudden weight change of Steve falling off would not have been enough to cause it.
Plot hole: Just after Lex teleports into the Bat Cave, he marvels over how their tracking devices worked perfectly. However, they didn't have the plan to switch up nemeses until after they had their butts handed to them and retreated back to the Lex's lair. They never had the chance to put any tracers on the heroes, nor did they even have the idea to beforehand.
Plot hole: At the Amazonian contest, the stadium is full packed with people spectating the event. When Joker attacks their queen and Wonder Woman, they do nothing. No panic, no revolt, no riot, not even a sound. Yet Joker just knocked out their queen, turned the other Amazonian warriors to his side with Joker Gas, and took out Wonder Woman, all in front of them.
Plot hole: After Superman thwarts Lex's plan and knocks the Kryptonite into the sewers, Lex yells in frustration, splits his power suit off and flies away on a jet pack. Superman just lets him go. Wouldn't Superman chase him and catch him, especially seeing as how weak Lex would be like that?
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