History ComicBook / YoungJustice

29th May '16 2:11:24 PM AndyLA
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* WillTheyOrWontThey: Superboy and Wonder Girl. [[spoiler:They do (only in the series' last issue, but they still do). Then they do ''it'' (years later). Then he dies. [[UnexplainedRecovery Then he gets better!]]]]

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* WillTheyOrWontThey: Superboy and Wonder Girl. [[spoiler:They do (only in the series' last issue, but they still do). Then they do ''it'' (years later).later, when they were already with the Teen Titans). Then he dies. [[UnexplainedRecovery Then he gets better!]]]]
17th Apr '16 3:12:54 PM aye_amber
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* TheyMightBeGiants: Wonder Girl is apparently a fan. Too bad the [[{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}} Wonder Twins]] ate her ''Flood'' CD!

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* TheyMightBeGiants: Music/TheyMightBeGiants: Wonder Girl is apparently a fan. Too bad the [[{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}} Wonder Twins]] ate her ''Flood'' CD!
31st Jan '16 8:52:08 AM nombretomado
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* TheyMightBeGiants: Wonder Girl is apparently a fan. Too bad the [[SuperFriends Wonder Twins]] ate her ''Flood'' CD!

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* TheyMightBeGiants: Wonder Girl is apparently a fan. Too bad the [[SuperFriends [[{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}} Wonder Twins]] ate her ''Flood'' CD!
31st Dec '15 12:00:17 AM Anddrix
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* EvilTwin: Inverted with Slo-Bo, the degenerated clone of {{Lobo}} who contained all of the Last Czarnian's "repressed" traits: he was intelligent, good-natured, responsible, monogamous, self-sacrificing...oh, and slowly dying from not receiving any of Lobo's superpowers.

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* EvilTwin: Inverted with Slo-Bo, the degenerated clone of {{Lobo}} Lobo who contained all of the Last Czarnian's "repressed" traits: he was intelligent, good-natured, responsible, monogamous, self-sacrificing...oh, and slowly dying from not receiving any of Lobo's superpowers.
3rd Nov '15 8:38:43 PM nombretomado
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Cancelled in 1998, DC decided to launch a new replacement book; but since the Jurgens Titans series was pretty much universally reviled, it was decided to instead come up with a new name for the new teen book. Meanwhile, Robin's popularity was matched by two other teenage {{Legacy Character}}s: [[TheFlash Impulse]] and [[TheDeathOfSuperman the Post-Crisis Superboy]] -- and the trio worked as a PowerTrio. Hence, "Young Justice" was born.

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Cancelled in 1998, DC decided to launch a new replacement book; but since the Jurgens Titans series was pretty much universally reviled, it was decided to instead come up with a new name for the new teen book. Meanwhile, Robin's popularity was matched by two other teenage {{Legacy Character}}s: [[TheFlash Impulse]] and [[TheDeathOfSuperman [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman the Post-Crisis Superboy]] -- and the trio worked as a PowerTrio. Hence, "Young Justice" was born.
25th Sep '15 6:01:14 PM nombretomado
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* ContinuitySnarl: Mocked in an aside: Red Tornado says he has files on every superhero, with "nineteen on {{Hawkman}} alone".

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* ContinuitySnarl: Mocked in an aside: Red Tornado says he has files on every superhero, with "nineteen on {{Hawkman}} ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} alone".
20th Jul '15 1:47:07 AM Heckfire
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* FanService: Surprisingly averted for a 90's comic. Helped by the fact that artist Todd Nanuck drew the characters with the proportions of ACTUAL teenagers (as opposed to other artists working on "teen" books where they drew everyone looking like 20-something underwear models). However, played a bit more straight straight whenever a guest-artist showed up, and later on in the series as Wonder Girl ditched the terrible wig and grew a cup size. Not to mention Empress showing up naked a couple times...

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* FanService: Surprisingly averted for a 90's comic. Helped by the fact that artist Todd Nanuck Nauck drew the characters with the proportions of ACTUAL teenagers (as opposed to other artists working on "teen" books where they drew everyone looking like 20-something underwear models). However, played a bit more straight straight whenever a guest-artist showed up, and later on in the series as Wonder Girl ditched the terrible wig and grew a cup size. Not to mention Empress showing up naked a couple times...
13th Jul '15 3:45:11 AM LentilSandEater
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** Played more straight with Match, who secretly replaced Superboy for several issues in order to destabilize the team from within and make sure they got bad press.

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** Played more straight with Match, who secretly replaced Superboy for several issues in order to destabilize the team from within and make sure they got bad press.
13th Jul '15 3:43:29 AM LentilSandEater
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* CloningBlues: Purposely avoided and ''repeatedly'' lampshaded by Superboy, played much straighter by Slo-Bo.

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* CloningBlues: Purposely avoided and ''repeatedly'' lampshaded Repeatedly defied by Superboy, but played much straighter straight by Slo-Bo.
14th May '15 4:22:17 PM nombretomado
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In 1996, riding high on the GrantMorrison relaunch of the JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, DC Comics attempted to relaunch ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'' yet again. It failed miserably, in large part due to massive amounts of ExecutiveMeddling. Most notably, the fact that NO ONE wanted to let the 1996 Teen Titans writer Dan Jurgens use any of the major teen heroes running around DC at the time (particularly Robin III -- Tim Drake, who actually WON a fan contest to select a new member of the team -- only for the Batman editors to refuse to honor the contest results, resulting in Captain Marvel Jr. being forced upon Jurgens instead.) The lack of "Teen" in the "Titans" didn't help, either.

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In 1996, riding high on the GrantMorrison Creator/GrantMorrison relaunch of the JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, DC Comics attempted to relaunch ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'' yet again. It failed miserably, in large part due to massive amounts of ExecutiveMeddling. Most notably, the fact that NO ONE wanted to let the 1996 Teen Titans writer Dan Jurgens use any of the major teen heroes running around DC at the time (particularly Robin III -- Tim Drake, who actually WON a fan contest to select a new member of the team -- only for the Batman editors to refuse to honor the contest results, resulting in Captain Marvel Jr. being forced upon Jurgens instead.) The lack of "Teen" in the "Titans" didn't help, either.



** A cross-title one that ''could'' be an accident...if it weren't for GrantMorrison's involvement. In the first Young Justice story, a kid gets hold of an all-powerful genie and wreaks havoc. When the team save the world and the League are congratulating them, someone says "So cool!" among the chatter. A year or so later, in a {{JLA}} story, a former superhero gets hold of an all-powerful genie and wreaks havoc. The genie here is a revealed to be a 5th-dimensional being like Mxyzptlk, and can be summoned or dismissed by saying his name backwards. His name is Lkz, making his control phrase zkl...pronounced in the comics as "so cool".

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** A cross-title one that ''could'' be an accident...if it weren't for GrantMorrison's Creator/GrantMorrison's involvement. In the first Young Justice story, a kid gets hold of an all-powerful genie and wreaks havoc. When the team save the world and the League are congratulating them, someone says "So cool!" among the chatter. A year or so later, in a {{JLA}} story, a former superhero gets hold of an all-powerful genie and wreaks havoc. The genie here is a revealed to be a 5th-dimensional being like Mxyzptlk, and can be summoned or dismissed by saying his name backwards. His name is Lkz, making his control phrase zkl...pronounced in the comics as "so cool".
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