Young Justice, Book One Best Read || [Peter David], Young Justice, Book One, Peter David, Young Justice Book One The original run of YOUNG JUSTICE by Peter David Robin Superboy Impulse Wonder Girl Secret Arrowette United they form YOUNG JUSTICE Witness the formation of the original team as mentors like Red Tornado and Nightwing guide the group These teens must face foes like the Joker Gorilla Grodd Super Cycle Rip Roar and Bedlam and protect the world With guest appearencThe origin, Young Justice, Book One Best Read || [Peter David] - Young Justice, Book One, Young Justice Book One The original run of YOUNG JUSTICE by Peter David Robin Superboy Impulse Wonder Girl Secret Arrowette United they form YOUNG JUSTICE Witness the formation of the original team as mentors like Red Torna

  • Title: Young Justice, Book One
  • Author: Peter David
  • ISBN: 9781401271169
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Paperback

Young Justice, Book One

Young Justice, Book One Young Justice, Book One Best Read || [Peter David] - Young Justice, Book One, Young Justice Book One The original run of YOUNG JUSTICE by Peter David Robin Superboy Impulse Wonder Girl Secret Arrowette United they form YOUNG JUSTICE Witness the formation of the original team as mentors like Red Torna Young Justice, Book One Best Read || [Peter David] - Young Justice, Book One, Young Justice Book One The original run of YOUNG JUSTICE by Peter David Robin Superboy Impulse Wonder Girl Secret Arrowette United they form YOUNG JUSTICE Witness the formation of the original team as mentors like Red Torna Young Justice, Book One Best Read || [Peter David]

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  1. I ve been wanting to read Young Justice for SO long, and now that DC are finally getting around to collecting it, I m very pleased It s about a 60 issue run including all the specials and crossovers I think, so come on DC, you can do it.This first volume unfortunately feels a little all over the place The first two issue mini series that unites the trio of Robin, Superboy, and Impulse is easily the best story, given lots of room to breathe and for the characters to interact.Seven issues of the m [...]


  2. The first graphic novel is a bit scattered origin stories one shots mini series utter lack of index pages , but by the time we re introduced to all the characters it hits its stride and ends up being a lot of fun.Mad props to Robin because someone needs to be the voice of reason, to Impulse because someone needs to just cut loose, to Secret for being kind of terrifying in an is that odd didn t realize way, and to Arrowette for chewing out the JLA and then needing to breathe into a paper bag She [...]


  3. Five stars for nostalgia alone This serious takes me back to walking to the library after school, coke and skittles in hand, and curling up in a bean bag for hours at a time Comics are just now remembering how to be this much fun.


  4. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed reading this collection I was expecting it to be based on the TV series by the same name, but it really wasn t This was a different take on the Young Justice concept, and while there were parts that were definitely weaker than the TV series, there were other parts that I really enjoyed Weaker points would have been Superboy s overall personality and character design For me, the one in Young Justice was simply perfect This Superboy was too immature, and I gue [...]


  5. I might have enjoyed this a little this time around then when I was a kid There were some jokes in there I m not sure I would have understood back then.There is a lot of juvenile humor So, if that s not your cup of tea, maybe move on But, the humor worked well for me and as the story progressed David started to figure out a nice balance of serious and humorous tone The cast is still fairly two dimensional, but ensemble casts are hard to flesh out too quickly and this took place in the 90s when [...]