Young Justice #7

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: John Timms Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 10, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 18 User Reviews: 21
8.3Critic Rating
7.9User Rating

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Young Justice-lost in the Multiverse! After the explosive conclusion to their Gemworld adventure, the team is having a tough time finding their way back to their Earth. No, we can't tell you where they end up, but rest assured, you will be surprised! But as exciting as all that is, we have bigger problems to deal with as Tim Drake is about to do something he has only done...lots of times before. He is about to announce his new alias...a new superhero name. A Young Justice name. And this time, it's permanent. Like, forever.

  • 10
    Dark Knight News - Philip Clark Jul 10, 2019

    Reading through this comic was just so fast and fluid. That's a testament to the style and writing of this issue. Everything is coming together very nicely, and I look forward to the next issue! Read Full Review

  • 10
    You Don't Read Comics - Christopher Holden Jul 16, 2019

    Young Justice #7 is pure, unadulterated fun. It captures the lighthearted nature of the original series while infusing its own flavor and attitude. One of, if not the best issues of the relaunch, so far, Young Justice #7 is the epitome of what makes the series great, and should not be missed by any fan.  Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Book Bin - Deejay Dayton Jul 11, 2019

    I wouldnt say this is one of the more important issues of the run. Nothing major is resolved or revealed. But its absolutely enjoyable nevertheless. A fun chapter, and there is nothing wrong with that. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Jul 14, 2019

    Highly recommended! Read Full Review

  • 9.3
    Comic Watch - Nicholas Osborn Jul 16, 2019

    'Young Justice #7' is the book we have been waiting on since the series was announced. It's effortless fun made beautiful by an excellent creative team. To the fans who may have been apprehensive about jumping in, now is the time! Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Jul 10, 2019

    Even though things are chaotic, I feel like this is the best issue we've gotten so far for just focusing on the core cast and getting to see how they operate as a team. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Lyles Movie Files - Jeffrey Lyles Jul 10, 2019

    I've enjoyed the team dynamic enough to stick through some of the weaker issues, but with this new setup, I'm excited about where Bendis will take the book going forward. It could quickly become my favorite book he's working on. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Jul 19, 2019

    The group's next jump takes them to the Earth of Kingdom Come and a far-less amused Justice League who eventually accepts the kids' story and, with the help of Doctor Fate, allows them to move on. Through a small miscalculation (hey, even mystics make mistakes) the group doesn't arrive home but is dropped into yet another parallel Earth. While this one may not have talking animals or miniature super-heroes, I'm betting it will have its own challenges for Young Justice to overcome in order to make it back home. Must-read. Read Full Review

  • 8.9
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Jul 10, 2019

    The entire art team delivers some great, fun and vibrant visuals. Every page is filled with beautiful details and a fun, light energy that complements the tone of the story and the characters. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Batman Universe - Jessica Nilo Alves Jul 12, 2019

    The definition of an issue that can lead to fun conversation amongst friends. The all-ages storyline and art hits the nail right on its head for the target audience of Wonder Comics, with a curated choice of artists whose works are a delight to the eyes and whose styles work together amazingly well. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    But Why Tho? - Aaron Phillips Jul 10, 2019

    Overall, Young Justice #7 is an offbeat, quirky, and outlandish issue that, so far, is my favorite. Young Justice #7 is a great read, with some brilliantly well-timed comedy. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Chase Magnett Jul 10, 2019

    If this is what is possible with a displaced set of DC's most charming teenage characters, then let's hope they never find their way back home. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Beat - Louie Hlad Jul 10, 2019

    Cranking the nostalgia factor up to eleven, the setting of this latest issue bounces between several alternate versions of Earth that longtime DC readers will recognize and welcome. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Sequential Planet - Greg Mysogland Jul 23, 2019

    Drawing from a much darker, morally complicated story results in Young Justice's first real misfire. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Multiversity Comics - Michael Govan Jul 15, 2019

    Young Justice hopes that the next leap will be the leap home. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Jul 11, 2019

    A very sit-commy detour in nature, Bendis does nice work with the comedy here, particularly with a scene with artist Dan Hipp, who delivers a very funny sequence in the vein of Teen Titans Go. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    DC Comics News - Ari Bard Jul 10, 2019

    Young Justice #7 continues to be a fun adventure through the multiverse with a ton of humor, heart, and heroism. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Jul 10, 2019

    While I love the art in this issue, this book doesn't really have more than two notes it plays the entire issue, while not utilizing the fun that going to different worlds could have.  With that, it didn't seem to take the worlds they went to seriously enough in my mind.  All in all, I'm still trying to like this series, but this issue isn't doing it for me. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Nihilist Jul 10, 2019

    This is what the series should have been from the very beginning. There's genuine comedy, there's a bit of heart, and finally characters start to interact with each other - so far not much, but it's a start, and I welcome it. The overall tone of the comic is way lighter than its predecessors - it has youthful energy, plenty of it in fact, so much so I think that Impulse not only has ADHD, but also is a drug addict. He has to be. He probably mixes coke, meth and ecstasy every few hours to stay so energetic, pumped and constantly high. He needs help.

    Now, the story - it's fun, since its heart is based on comedic moments, one after another. I'll leave it to you to decide whether placing a part of it in Kingdom Come's universe was a more

  • 4.5
    Spacey Medicine Aug 16, 2019

    Honestly, this one wasn’t offensive, but it was a low grade annoying that I just couldn’t get into. Why is Dr. Fate talking like that? I also still don’t care about the characters.

  • 9.5
    DSMister Jul 10, 2019

    You know a comic is good when it makes you laugh out of genuine comedy. So far, Bendis has delivered very well.

    Young Justice is something that is meant to be a comedy, and none of it gets cringy or otherwise wants to make you smash your head into a nearby wall. It's really good, and now that the comic is out of Gemworld, the team is now out to the multiverse. For the ones who have gone through that before, they're not very shocked. Impulse is pretty much gleeful at all times, Tim is level-headed, Conner just wants this over with, and Wonder Girl is trying to help Teen Lantern and Jinny, who are VERY much spazzing out. It's their first time travelling alternate Earths, of course they're gonna panic.

    What I like most is more

  • 8.5
    The 20 Issue Ceiling Jul 17, 2019

    This was kind of fun. I liked the different art styles used.

  • 7.5
    Anotherfan Jul 10, 2019

    Fun issue with nice cameos from the multiverse even if the interactions with the Kingdom Come characters felt a little bit weird

  • 7.5
    EDiakota Jul 13, 2019

    "Bats. Why did it he have to be bats ? "

  • 7.0
    AdmiralWhiskers Jul 18, 2019

    What was that? Brian Bendis has decided to explore the multiverse with the help of his Young Justice squad. We get Captain Carrot, what looks kinda like Earth-2 and some awful manga-inspired Earth before landing at the "absolute worst one" -- a cliffhanger.

    Art is light and fun. Dialogue is even lighter and, at times, even more fun. It's a young reader book, and as such it clears the bar. (Though I do wish they wouldn't have taken such comedic liberties with Dr. Fate.)

  • 6.0
    YourGreenMuse Jul 12, 2019

    There are things I like about this, but also things that I do not. That ending was especially bad.

  • 6.0
    egon244 Jul 28, 2019

    "I want every one of you living all up in m'belly"

    Wow, the dialogue was just all over the place.

  • 10
    Lock Jul 10, 2019

  • 9.5
    BernardoMarra Jul 11, 2019

  • 9.5
    Watchtower022 Jul 14, 2019

  • 9.0
    Grifter Jul 10, 2019

  • 9.0
    Radar Jul 14, 2019

  • 8.5
    KillianH Jul 10, 2019

  • 8.5
    sebastianorellana95 Jul 11, 2019

  • 8.0
    Zumba Jul 10, 2019

  • 8.0
    Dorival Jul 11, 2019

  • 7.5
    Maker Jul 10, 2019

  • 7.5
    Justin Ray Jul 12, 2019

  • 7.0
    ComicNerd96 Jul 10, 2019

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