History Comicbook / YoungJustice

1st Apr '18 3:44:27 PM Malady
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** A cross-title one that ''could'' be an accident...if it weren't for 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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** A cross-title one that ''could'' be an accident...if it weren't for 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}} Franchise/{{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".
15th Mar '18 9:58:39 PM rwe1138
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* MyNameIsInigoMontoya YouKilledMyFather PrepareToDie : Issue 49, poor Empress.

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* MyNameIsInigoMontoya YouKilledMyFather PrepareToDie : PrepareToDie: Issue 49, poor Empress.
15th Mar '18 9:55:19 PM rwe1138
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** Joked about with Arrowette. When she feels she is destined to become a villain, she bemoans having to get a black costume that shows off her cleavage. Particularly since she doesn't have much in the way of cleavage to show off. Later on we see an alternate universe evil version of her. [[MostCommonSuperpower Guess what?]].

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** Joked about with Arrowette. When she feels she is destined to become a villain, she bemoans having to get a black costume that shows off her cleavage. Particularly since she doesn't have much in the way of cleavage to show off. Later on we see an alternate universe evil version of her. [[MostCommonSuperpower Guess what?]].what?]]
4th Oct '17 12:16:35 PM reppuzan
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* ComfortingComforter: 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.

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



* DickDastardlyStopsToCheat: In one issue, numerous supervillains participate in the Olympics, during which former Young Justice member Cissie Jones is competing as part of the U.S. Archery Team. After successfully breaking the arm of one of the U.S. Team Members (who happens to be an AlphaBitch) and pinning the blame on Cissie's mom, they try the stunt again when Cissie is up to shoot, only for her mom to throw her lighter at the would-be perpetrator, throwing off their attempt and disqualifying the villains from the Olympics.



** One notable ShoutOut goes to DC's [[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.

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** One notable ShoutOut goes to DC's [[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 chastises her, hoping he doesn't shoot someone's mom...or uncle.
3rd Oct '17 8:17:39 AM Basara-kun
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* BalanceSpeedStrengthTrio: Robin, Superboy and Impulse are considered as this, mirrowing their mentors in ComicBook/JusticeLeague.

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* BalanceSpeedStrengthTrio: Robin, Impulse and Superboy and Impulse are considered as this, mirrowing their mentors in ComicBook/JusticeLeague.
3rd Oct '17 8:16:05 AM Basara-kun
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* BalanceSpeedStrengthTrio: Robin, Superboy and Impulse are considered as this, mirrowing their mentors in ComicBook/JusticeLeague.
23rd Sep '17 3:53:38 PM nombretomado
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** Possibly unintentional, but Spectre at one point says to Secret, "Dead girls don't eat ice cream". It's farfetched, but this the same phrasing of every title of The BaileySchoolKids books, with a similar subject (a monster or supernatural creature) and action that they don't do (something trivial and normal for humans).

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** Possibly unintentional, but Spectre at one point says to Secret, "Dead girls don't eat ice cream". It's farfetched, but this the same phrasing of every title of The BaileySchoolKids ''The Literature/BaileySchoolKids'' books, with a similar subject (a monster or supernatural creature) and action that they don't do (something trivial and normal for humans).
12th Sep '17 10:52:58 AM CosmicFerret
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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 superheroes with ties to Justice Leaguers: [[TheFlash Impulse]] and [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman 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 superheroes with ties to Justice Leaguers: [[TheFlash [[Franchise/TheFlash Impulse]] and [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman Superboy]] -- and the trio worked as a PowerTrio. Hence, "Young Justice" was born.
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.
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