History YMMV / YoungJustice

16th Jul '16 6:04:52 PM RaustBD
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*** In "Terrors", when M'gann and Connor are disguised as Belle Reve inmates Tommy and Tuppence Terror and are attending a therapy session with Hugo Strange, M'gann tries to help out Connor's issues with how much Superman, his biological father, been avoiding him by trying to bring up "father figure issues", but Connor winds up snapping back that he doesn't want to live in her "stupid fantasy world where every problem's solved in half an hour". We then get a brief glimpse of an ''extremely'' hurt expression from M'gann before she turns away in a mix of guilt and discomfort. It's not until the later episode "Image", where we find out that [[spoiler:M'gann has modeled her entire Earth identity on an old TV sitcom she used to watch obsessively]] that we realize just how deep that comment accidentally cut.

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*** In "Terrors", when M'gann and Connor are disguised as Belle Reve inmates Tommy and Tuppence Terror and are attending a therapy session with Hugo Strange, M'gann tries to help out Connor's issues with how much Superman, his biological father, been avoiding him by trying to bring up "father figure issues", but Connor winds up snapping back that he doesn't want to live in her "stupid fantasy world where every problem's solved in half an hour". We then get a brief glimpse of an ''extremely'' hurt expression from M'gann before she turns away in a mix of guilt and discomfort. It's not until the later episode "Image", where we find out that [[spoiler:M'gann has modeled her entire Earth identity on an old TV sitcom she used to watch obsessively]] obsessively]], that we realize just how deep that comment accidentally cut.
14th Jul '16 8:40:08 PM RaustBD
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*** In "Terrors", when M'gann and Connor are disguised as Belle Reve inmates Tommy and Tuppence Terror and are attending a therapy session with Hugo Strange, M'gann tries to help out Connor's issues with how much Superman, his biological father, been avoiding him by trying to bring up "father figure issues", but Connor winds up snapping back that he doesn't want to live in her "stupid fantasy world where every problem's solved in half an hour". We then get a brief glimpse of an ''extremely'' hurt expression from M'gann before she turns away in a mix of guilt and discomfort. It's not until the later episode "Image", where we find out that [[spoiler:M'gann has modeled her entire Earth identity on an old TV sitcom she used to watch obsessively]] that we realize just how deep that comment accidentally cut.
10th Jul '16 7:53:57 AM CaptainTedium
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** Superman's refusal to help Superboy or spend any time with him at all during the first season rubbed a lot of people the wrong way and brought up some serious questions about this particular Man of Steel's morality and compassion. Also a BaseBreaker for whether or not Superman was actually justified in feeling uncomfortable around Superboy, a clone made without his knowledge or permission for shady reasons, and wanting distance when Superboy did nothing to really merit such treatment.

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** Superman's refusal to help Superboy or spend any time with him at all during the first season rubbed a lot of people the wrong way and brought up some serious questions about this particular Man of Steel's morality and compassion. Also a BaseBreaker divisive character for whether or not Superman was actually justified in feeling uncomfortable around Superboy, a clone made without his knowledge or permission for shady reasons, and wanting distance when Superboy did nothing to really merit such treatment.
7th Jul '16 3:59:49 PM HighCrate
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* TheyJustDidntCare:
** The tie-in comics had one panel Bio's for many of the characters on the show. The Bios used events and teams from comics, to broaden the readers perceptions. Some are pretty inaccurate, like Bane's. It says that he's associated with the Comicbook/SuicideSquad, but the picture shows the line-up from The Comicbook/{{New 52}}, which he isn't part of. Even worse is that the other team it shows him associated with is the Comicbook/SecretSix, but the picture is of The Legion of Doom from ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueDoom''.
** Regarding which of [=DC=]'s 52 Earths [=YJ=] is set on, Vietti and Weisman originally asked for an empty Earth and were assigned Earth-16. Earth-16 had already been described as the reality of the "Super-Sons," and has since been described in the solicits for "Multiversity" as "Earth-Me," where superheroes are tabloid celebrities.
1st Jul '16 11:40:55 AM BatmanKalEl
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18th May '16 6:09:02 PM SilverWings
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* CastingGag: Episode 23 features Black Spider, a villain with [[Franchise/SpiderMan a very familiar powerset]] and who is voiced by Creator/JoshKeaton.
6th Apr '16 11:34:23 PM drac0blade
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** [[spoiler:Robin and Wonder Girl]] hooking up in the series finale, mostly because ''they're never seen interacting with one another before hand''.

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** [[spoiler:Robin and Wonder Girl]] hooking up in the series finale, mostly because ''they're never seen interacting with one another before hand''.beforehand''.
6th Apr '16 11:30:38 PM drac0blade
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** The Reach crosses their by abducting and torturing ''children'' in their attempts to weaponize the meta-gene. In "Cornered" it's confirmed that not all of the abductees survived.

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** The Reach crosses their theirs by abducting and torturing ''children'' in their attempts to weaponize the meta-gene. In "Cornered" it's confirmed that not all of the abductees survived.
6th Apr '16 11:28:43 PM drac0blade
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** Wally was a fan-favorite character in season who was DemotedToExtra in season two, which resulted in a lot of "WHERE'S WALLY?" posts on Tumblr after each episode would air with no sign of him. This was eventually mashed up with ''WheresWaldo'', who is called "Wally" in every country but Canada and the U.S. ''Then'', [[spoiler:after Wally's death in "Endgame," Artemis' first words are "Where's Wally?"]] Which is now getting added to the meme.

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** Wally was a fan-favorite character in season one who was DemotedToExtra in season two, which resulted in a lot of "WHERE'S WALLY?" posts on Tumblr after each episode would air with no sign of him. This was eventually mashed up with ''WheresWaldo'', who is called "Wally" in every country but Canada and the U.S. ''Then'', [[spoiler:after Wally's death in "Endgame," Artemis' first words are "Where's Wally?"]] Which is now getting added to the meme.
14th Mar '16 9:32:03 PM troodos
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** Some of the AdaptationalHeroism can feel a bit jarring. This is especially true of Cheshire, to those who know her as the genocidal psychopath from the comics.
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