Young Justice Vol. 2 #0

Young Justice Vol. 2 #0

Writer: Kevin Hopps Artist: Mike Norton Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 19, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Based on the upcoming hit animated show from Warner Bros. debuting on Cartoon Network! Robin, Superboy, Kid Flash and Aqualad star in this explosive issue kickstarting an all-new ongoing series! They're four young superheroes learning how to be a teamand maybe doing a bit of growing up along the way but only just a little bit! Animation writers Greg Wiesman (The Batman, Gargoyles) and Kevin Hopps (Spectacular Spider-Man, Smurfs) join fan-favorite artist Mike Norton (BILLY BATSON AND THE MAGIC OF SHAZAM) for this exciting new, all-ages title!

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jan 19, 2011

    This book is set to parallel, not duplicate, the cartoon series, and so far it is doing a nice job. Hopps and Weisman do a fine job of presenting a story for devotees of the show, casual fans, comic fans who haven't seen the show yet, or even younger readers who are just learning about the world of the Justice League through these gateway heroes. This is all ages fun at its very best, and I look forward to seeing scenes that don't fill show gaps, but exist in space of their own. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    cxPulp - Walt Kneeland Jan 20, 2011

    I actually enjoyed this issue more than I expected to, and highly recommend it to anyone who is--or plans to be--a fan of the cartoon...or who wants a fun Kid Flash/Superboy story set outside the traditional DC Universe. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Apr 22, 2011

    The Young Justice premiere back in November, which was split into two parts this month, gave me exactly what I wanted out of a team show using characters like this. It firmly exists within the larger DC Universe, but not the one seen in the comics. This variant on the Earth-21 world allows for a good sized group of adult heroes who have found their footing and turns its focus to their sidekicks and partners who want to make their mark in the world. This opening story does a very good job of filling in a particular blank from the show and that's what I hope to see more of as we get into future issues. Build upon what's there and expand on it, just avoid retelling what happens there because it's very easy to see the show. Give us the expanded Young Justice universe here and the book will find quite a few fans with me and my kids being among them. Read Full Review

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