Young Justice #11

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: John Timms Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 4, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 8 User Reviews: 12
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Young Justice returns! Home! To Earth! Finally! Just in time to confront all of their big issues-like S.T.A.R. Labs! Moms and dads! Naomi! Jinny Hex's trunk! And yes, each other! This starts the wild wind-up to Wonder Comics' first year as the truth behind S.T.A.R. Labs and the reunion of Young Justice is revealed!

  • 9.0
    Dark Knight News - Philip Clark Dec 7, 2019

    Everything about this comic is so freaking good! I look forward to seeing where Bendis and co. take this. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Dec 4, 2019

    It's all a bit jumbled, and it seems like we're on another multiversal adventure soon. But the characters are fun enough and the plots are intriguing, so it really doesn't matter. Hopefully this title will stay strong as it gets a full-time co-writer in David Walker in the coming months. Read Full Review

  • 8.2
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Dec 4, 2019

    John Timms art is fantastic. I love the manga inspired style of the characters and the over the top action. I love all the visuals in this issue with my favorite part being the sequence of Naomi waking up after passing out and finding Young Justice asleep in her house. A fun sequence beautifully drawn. Read Full Review

  • 7.4
    Comic Watch - Tyson Yurai Dec 9, 2019

    This Young Justice series hasnt quite been what Ive been expecting from it thus far. BMB is a (sometimes) good storyteller, but Young Justice hasnt managed to capture my attention as much as I thought it would. Even with the return of my beloved Conner and Tim isnt enough to make this amazing. John Timms art is fantastic and stylish, but I just couldnt find enough to care about in this issue. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Chase Magnett Dec 4, 2019

    Young Justice #11 is the sort of installment where you can see the work of set up and introductions being done on the page, and that's not a good thing. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Batman-News - Matina Newsom Dec 4, 2019

    Young Justice is in an odd place right now where it's introducing new characters and transitioning into a new arc. With all that come some bumps and bruises. Things are a little chaotic at the start of the issue, and it continues to have a few problems throughout. Still, Bendis crafts some good scenes with Naomi and the team as they interact and work out what's going on in Oregon and with S.T.A.R. Labs. While not the strongest issue in this series, it had some fun moments and was gorgeous to look at. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Dec 4, 2019

    While I do enjoy John Timms' cartoony portrayal of our heroes, the story just halts any progression so that everyone can get caught up with what's going on with Naomi lately, while also continuing to not give us any new information on her.  It's a weird tight-rope of nonsense that Bendis continues to walk in writing his stories.  More than anything though, the sing-song dialog seems to be getting worse as we progress and soon that's all we'll have because the story is going nowhere.  Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Dec 4, 2019

    Young Justice 11 was a tricky issue as it was hardly the most egregious in the series but it felt lacking in substance to the point where its worth questioning if anything worthwhile can come out of the book at this rate. Read Full Review

  • 1.0

    Can Bendis just 'not'?

    Honest to god, this has got to be one of the laziest pieces of shit that I've read in some time. Just as bad if not worse than the whole of Leviathan, that's a lot bad to cram into a single issue.

    The big meeting between Naomi and Young Justice...happens off-panel.
    11 issues of craziness and the team trying to get back home ends with them going right back to where this whole slog started.

    ...The only coherent thought that managed to break through the din of internal groaning was a resounding "YOU'VE GOT TO BE F#&%ING KIDDING ME!?"

    Is it possible to angrily turn off an iPad?

  • 1.0
    YourGreenMuse Dec 6, 2019

    Oh my fucking god, are we going back to fucking Gemworld? I hate this series so much.

  • 4.5
    Nihilist Dec 5, 2019

    11 issues in, and we still barely know any of the main characters. Their ranks grow stronger, but we hardly see them developing, outside of few issues explaining their backstories, but not really contributing anything to "here and now". Not only that, but we don't even see them interacting with each other - most of what matters in this comic is resolved in between the pages, when Naomi is out cold.

    You know what team-up books are for? To explore the team and utilize its characters in different ways. I don't see any of that in Young Justice. The comic instead disappoints me, time and time again, every month. You wanna bring Naomi in, Bendis? Fine, do it, but at least have decency to flesh out previously introduced characters and g more

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  • 3.0
    M1sf1r3 Dec 7, 2019

    Prelude:
    Bendis' Young Justice has been extremely mediocre, let's see how this issue goes now that the team are back home.

    The Good:
    The art is nice.

    The Bad:
    We barely know the new characters and we're adding more?

    We're back to where we started all over again.

    Bendis-Speak.

    Superboy isn't that dumb Bendis.

    Conclusion:
    As the series progresses, it becomes clearer and clearer that Bendis is only writing this series to be known as the writer to bring back Young Justice.

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  • 2.0
    Briton Dec 7, 2019

    DC need to get rid of Bendis.

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