Another fun issue that introduces an interesting new idea to the mix, as Young Justice agree to be the stars of a new reality TV show, and as such they've essentially become the DCU's version of the Osbornes. The pair of subplots that are being developed in the background are also quite interesting as we see Secret is looking to free her father from death row, and she manages to find a teammate who is eager to help her. The situation with Anita & her newly reborn parents is also rather cute, and Peter David throws a nice little surprise into this sequence by having a couple characters become romantically involved with each other. However the most enjoyable part of this issue would have to be the main plot, as it allows Peter David the most freedom to display his sense of humor, with his use of Impulse being particularly amusing. The final page of this issue also has a fun surprise for Robin fans, as Tim follows in Dick Grayson's footsteps by adopting a new secret identity. Read Full Review
Todd Nauck gets to relax a little after his big multiple heroes, multiple villains excursion last issue. Every character looks on model and expressive. So I have no complaints except that DC is going to cancel this book. Read Full Review
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