History ComicBook / YoungJustice

13th Jul '17 4:27:04 AM NightShade96
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1st Jul '17 3:55:32 PM justinjakekale
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* CastFromCalories: Kid Flash keeps a small supply of food in a hidden compartment in his right glove to maintain his SuperSpeed, due to his accelerated metabolism.
28th May '17 3:02:12 PM darkemyst
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* ChromaticArrangement: The team founders; Superboy (blue), Robin (green) and Impulse (red).

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* ChromaticArrangement: The team founders; Superboy (blue), Robin (green) and Impulse (red). The first three girl also fit with Secret (a dusty dull tan), Wonder Girl (black), and Arrowette (red).



* ComfortingComforter

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* ComfortingComforterComfortingComforter: Arrowette requires one after she has a mini breakdown when she realizes she just gave the ''Justice Leauge'' an awesome TheReasonYouSuckSpeech while Superboy and Wonder Girl worriedly watch over her.



* SecretProjectRefugeeFamily: This trope is set up at the beginning with Secret leading them on an attack to free the others imprisoned in the facility she escaped from and which [[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]], Comicbook/{{Impulse}} and Comicbook/{{Superboy}} had helped her avoid recapture by. Then it is ''subverted'' when the metahumans they freed are [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome never seen again]] even when the team teams up with nearly every metahuman teen and kid in the DCU at the time to attack Zandia.



* TakeThat: Wonder Girl mentions to [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] Jr./CM3 that "[[Creator/MarvelComics The Marvel]]" would be a lousy name.

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* TakeThat: Wonder Girl mentions to [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] Jr./CM3 /[=CM3=] that "[[Creator/MarvelComics The Marvel]]" would be a lousy name.
27th May '17 4:15:16 PM darkemyst
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* ChromaticArrangement: The team founders; Superboy (blue), Robin (green) and Impulse (red).
26th May '17 2:38:10 PM darkemyst
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Has a [[Characters/YoungJusticeComics character sheet]].



** Secret and Spoiler were prone to these as well, when the latter guest-starred, due to a rivalry over Robin.

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** Secret and Spoiler were prone to these as well, when the latter guest-starred, due to a rivalry over Secret having a crush on Spoiler's boyfriend Robin.



* CrazyPrepared: Robin. When the crew went camping, a game of Truth or Dare came up. He was dared to pull his mask off... and so he did, revealing that he had a SECOND mask on underneath! Yup, you can tell he was "trained by the world's greatest detective!"

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* CrazyPrepared: Robin. When the crew went camping, a game of Truth or Dare came up. He was dared to pull his mask off... and so he did, revealing that he had a SECOND mask on underneath! Yup, you can tell he was "trained "[[PhraseCatcher trained by the world's greatest detective!"detective!]]"



* FogFeet: Secret.



* ImprobableAimingSkills: Arrowette was assumed to be just another BadassNormal with a bow. Turns out that ever since she was a toddler, she could throw three darts at a time and hit a bullseye, and see things at a distance that her mother needed binoculars to see.



* LegacyCharacter: Robin and Cassie "Wonder Girl" Sandsmark are legacy characters ''for'' legacy characters.

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* LegacyCharacter: A fair number of them on the team. Robin and Cassie "Wonder Girl" Sandsmark are legacy characters ''for'' legacy characters.



* MagicKnight: Empress.



* PutOnABus: The other kids at The Wabe facility Secret escaped from after they were rescued by Young Justice.

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* PutOnABus: The other kids at The D.E.O.'s Wabe facility Secret escaped from after they were rescued by Young Justice.Justice.
* QuirkyMinibossSquad: The Agenda's six man Point Men team.



* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: This generally humorous miniseries ends on a sudden and bleak note as Donna Troy and Omen die horribly and Young Justice dissolves, along with the Teen Titans.

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* TrueCompanions: Especially the first six members of the team, Cassie even transfers to the same school as Secret [[spoiler: Gretta]], and Cissie after the two of them retire from superheroics and the "[[FanNickname core four]]" (Tim, Kon, Bart, and Cassie) remain each others closest friends and stick together even after joining the Teen Titans.
* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: This generally humorous miniseries ends on a sudden and bleak note as Donna Troy and Omen die horribly Empress is put in critical condition and [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome never seen again]], and Young Justice dissolves, along with the Teen Titans.



* ZettaiRyouiki: Arrowette's normal costume features one of the Grade A variety.
2nd May '17 9:52:39 AM darkemyst
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In 1996, riding high on the 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.

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In 1996, riding high on the 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 [[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin III -- Tim Drake, 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.



* AscendedExtra: Cissie "Arrowette" King-Jones, who TookALevelInBadass after an appearance in ''Impulse''.

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* AscendedExtra: Cissie "Arrowette" King-Jones, who TookALevelInBadass after an appearance in ''Impulse''.''ComicBook/{{Impulse}}''.



* BrainwashedAndCrazy: The Young Justice team including Robin, Superboy, Wonder Girl and Arrowette fall victim to this at one point. Supergirl helps snap them out of it.

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* BrainwashedAndCrazy: The Young Justice team including Robin, Superboy, Wonder Girl [[Comicbook/RobinSeries Robin]], ComicBook/{{Superboy}}, ComicBook/WonderGirl and Arrowette fall victim to this at one point. Supergirl helps snap them out of it.
5th Mar '17 5:48:05 PM nombretomado
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** One notable ShoutOut goes to DC's [[MarvelComics main competitor]]; more specifically, to their [[SpiderMan poster boy]]'s origin. A cop chases after a crook, shouting for someone to stop him before he gets to the elevator, and Arrowette lets him pass. The cop then chastizes her, hoping he doesn't shoot someone's mom...or uncle.

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** One notable ShoutOut goes to DC's [[MarvelComics [[Creator/MarvelComics main competitor]]; more specifically, to their [[SpiderMan poster boy]]'s origin. A cop chases after a crook, shouting for someone to stop him before he gets to the elevator, and Arrowette lets him pass. The cop then chastizes her, hoping he doesn't shoot someone's mom...or uncle.



* TakeThat: Wonder Girl mentions to [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] Jr./CM3 that "[[MarvelComics The Marvel]]" would be a lousy name.

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* TakeThat: Wonder Girl mentions to [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] Jr./CM3 that "[[MarvelComics "[[Creator/MarvelComics The Marvel]]" would be a lousy name.
28th Oct '16 7:01:28 AM XSpectreGreyX
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Launched out of a FifthWeekEvent tie-in "Girlfrenzy: Young Justice -- The Secret" and a Justice League mini-series "World Without Grown-Ups", the series was written by Creator/PeterDavid and ran for 55 issues before being canceled. The cancellation (along with cancellation of another Titans comic that was launched in 1999) of course was done mainly to launch a ''new'' ''Teen Titans'' comic to complement the recently debuted ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' cartoon series, placing the remaining members of Young Justice under the wing of veterans from the classic Wolfman Titans team.

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Launched out of a FifthWeekEvent tie-in "Girlfrenzy: Young Justice -- The Secret" and a Justice League mini-series "World Without Grown-Ups", the series was written by Creator/PeterDavid and ran for 55 issues before being canceled.cancelled. The cancellation (along with cancellation of another Titans comic that was launched in 1999) of course was done mainly to launch a ''new'' ''Teen Titans'' comic to complement the recently debuted ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' cartoon series, placing the remaining members of Young Justice under the wing of veterans from the classic Wolfman Titans team.
28th Oct '16 7:01:00 AM XSpectreGreyX
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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 [[ComicBook/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: superheroes with ties to Justice Leaguers: [[TheFlash Impulse]] and [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman the Post-Crisis Superboy]] -- and the trio worked as a PowerTrio. Hence, "Young Justice" was born.
3rd Oct '16 9:27:18 PM DustSnitch
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* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: This generally humorous miniseries ends on a sudden and bleak note as Donna Troy and Omen die horribly and Young Justice dissolves, along with the Teen Titans.
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