History ComicBook / Youngblood

12th Jun '17 1:40:19 PM upupandaway42
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* ContinuityNod: In issue 2 (2017), Badrock brings up his old "Yabba Dabba Doom" catchphrase.



* ThreePointLanding: Issue #2 (2017) has [[Comicbook/Supreme Suprema]] landing like this on a car, crushing it and using the shockwaves to knock Shaft backwards.

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* ThreePointLanding: Issue #2 (2017) has [[Comicbook/Supreme [[Comicbook/{{Supreme}} Suprema]] landing like this on a car, crushing it and using the shockwaves to knock Shaft backwards.


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** Played straight in the 2017 run, where Shaft uses an explosive arrow to take down [[FlyingBrick Suprema]], and an arrow that releases a gas to break a villain's mind-control over Sentinel, Suprema and Doc Rocket.


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* YourDaysAreNumbered: Badrock in the 2017 run, who is dying of [[SoapOperaDisease McCall's Disease]], a disease named just for him. (It's heavily implied that the experiment that gave him his powers is now killing him). This is what inspires him to help found a new Youngblood team.
--> '''Badrock''': I just want to be remembered for something more than '''[[CatchPhrase "Yabba Dabba Doom"]]'''. This is as close to a legacy as I'm likely to get, and I aim to make a difference before I... well, you know.
12th Jun '17 1:20:33 PM upupandaway42
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* CurbStompBattle: In ''Youngblood'' #2 (2017) Shaft has to fight a [[BrainwashedAndCrazy mind-controlled]] Doc Rocket. He's a BadassNormal, but she blindsides him and has SuperSpeed. He's only saved by Vogue distracting her long enough for a gas that clears Doc's head to work.


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* LetsYouAndHimFight: Issue 2 of the 2017 run has [[BadassNormal Shaft]] having to take on [[PoweredArmor Sentinel]], [[FlyingBrick Suprema]] and [[SuperSpeed Doc Rocket]], who have all been hypnotised to see him as a monster.


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* ThreePointLanding: Issue #2 (2017) has [[Comicbook/Supreme Suprema]] landing like this on a car, crushing it and using the shockwaves to knock Shaft backwards.
12th Jun '17 9:37:59 AM upupandaway42
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* BrokenPedestal: Dolante Murray, the [[LegacyCharacter new Sentinel]] in the 2017 series, was a childhood fan of Marcus Langston, the original Sentinel. After Sentinel was revealed to be a murderer, Dolante hates his former idol to the point where he makes clear that he [[RedeemingReplacement may be taking Sentinel's place]] in the new Youngblood, but he ''won't'' take the name Sentinel [[spoiler: and was part of the hacktavist group "Bloodstream" who revealed the original Youngblood's dirty secrets, destroying the team]].



* MyGreatestFailure: In the 2017 series, both Diehard and Shaft see the original Youngblood as this. Badrock plans on the new team being Shaft's [[MyGreatestSecondChance chance]].

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* MyGreatestFailure: In the 2017 series, both Diehard and Shaft see the original Youngblood as this. Badrock plans on the new team being Shaft's [[MyGreatestSecondChance chance]].chance at redemption]].
12th Jun '17 9:27:58 AM upupandaway42
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* MyGreatestFailure: In the 2017 series, both Diehard and Shaft see the original Youngblood as this. Badrock plans on the new team being Shaft's [[MyGreatestSecondChance chance]].
--> '''Diehard''': Youngblood's legacy exists as a cautionary tale, and a reminder that privilege and arrogance will go unchecked for only so long before the populace learns the truth.


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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Petra, [[LegacyCharacter the new Vogue]] gives Shaft a short but succinct one when he refuses to listen why she reformed Youngblood.
--> '''Vogue''': You don't want to know what's going on here, do you? You fucked up, and it's so much easier to bury your head than remember what Youngblood was supposed to be.
12th Jun '17 9:16:12 AM upupandaway42
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* OurPresidentsAreDifferent: In the 2017 series, Diehard is President. Since he's [[RetiredBadass retired as a superhero]], he's mostly President Personable, rather than [[ActionPolitician President Action]], but he's still a cyborg with 70+ years of experience kicking ass.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent President]] Diehard in the 2017 series, who upon learning about a new, unsanctioned Youngblood team, chooses not to overreact.
--> '''Diehard''': I may be new to this office, Keever, but I'm old enough to have seen my share of executive mistakes. Let's not ruin my first one hundred days by arresting a handful of millennials playing dress-up.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent President]] Diehard in the 2017 series, who upon learning about a new, unsanctioned Youngblood team, chooses not to overreact.
--> '''Diehard''': I may be new to this office, Keever, but I'm old enough to have seen my share of executive mistakes. Let's not ruin my first one hundred days by arresting a handful of millennials playing dress-up.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: RetiredBadass: In the 2017 series, founding Youngblood members Diehard and Vogue have retired from being active superheroes, now having become [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent President]] Diehard in the 2017 series, who upon learning about a new, unsanctioned Youngblood team, chooses not to overreact.
--> '''Diehard''': I may be new to this office, Keever, but I'm old enough to have seen my share of executive mistakes. Let's not ruin my first one hundred days by arresting a handful of millennials playing dress-up.
and First Lady.
20th May '17 11:04:23 AM R.G.
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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Averted in Moore's brief run, where the team was split evenly between the sexes; three boys, three girls.

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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Averted in Moore's brief run, where the team was [[GenderEqualEnsemble split evenly between the sexes; three boys, three girls.]]
20th May '17 8:29:11 AM Willbyr
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11th May '17 12:39:42 AM upupandaway42
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* BulletCatch: In ''Youngblood'' #1 (2017), [[FlyingBrick Suprema]] catches one of Vogue's bullets to stop her shooting the Crime Condor's condors.


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** Doc Rocket is a [[GenderFlip gender-flipped]] [[Comicbook/TheFlash Wally West]] and Suprema is Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}.


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* FlyingBrick: Suprema, a CaptainErsatz of Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}.
8th May '17 2:33:24 PM upupandaway42
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* OnPatrolMontage: ''Youngblood #1'' (2017) has a short, three-panel one for Petra Gomez/Gunner, showing her answering calls for help on her ''Help'' app, complete with ([[ComplainingAboutRescuesTheyDontLike mixed]]) reviews of her heroics.
* PhotoDoodleRecognition: In ''Youngblood'' #1 (2017), Petra realises missing teenager Horatio Megalos is also the missing vigilante Man-Up after seeing his missing poster and drawing a rough sketch of Man-Up's mask on it.


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* TimeForPlanB: In the first issue of the 2017 relaunch, after Petra's plan A to find the missing vigilante Man-Up ([[MundaneSolution going to the cops and reporting him as a missing person]]) fails, she tries Plan B, contacting the ''Help'' app he'd been using for more information, which also fails, since the people behind the ''Help'' app aren't very helpful. Plan C, hitting the streets for information at least gets her Man-Up's real identity, but she finally goes straight to Plan "Y": using a new Youngblood team to help find him.
7th May '17 2:47:31 PM upupandaway42
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** The 2017 "Youngblood Reborn" story arc introduces Petra Gomez, who becomes the new Vogue.

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** The 2017 "Youngblood Reborn" story arc introduces Petra Gomez, who becomes the new Vogue.Vogue, and legacy ''villain'' the Crime Condor, who's the son of a minor villain who appeared in ComicBook/YoungbloodJudgmentDay.
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