young justice

The season-long “Invasion” story arc comes to a close as Miss Martian (Danica McKellar) and Superboy (Nolan North) arrive too late to prevent Batman (Bruce Greenwood), Wonder Woman, Superman (North), Hawkwoman, Jon Stewart, and the Martian Manhunter being found guilty on Rimbor for the crimes The Light an The Reach framed them for. Back on Earth, Blue Beetle (Eric Lopez), Aqualad (Khary Payton), and Green Beetle (Phil Lamarr) fight off Black Beetle (Kevin Grevioux) and the remaining Reach troops who would rather see Earth destroyed than abandoned.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for the latest episodes of Person of Interest, Nikita, Glee, The Big Bang Theory, Young Justice, and Green Lantern: The Animated Series, along with a review of the first issue of Ame-Comi Girls.

{ 0 comments }

Realizing Blue Beetle (Eric Lopez) and his Scarab are now under the complete control of the Reach Impulse (Jason Marsden), Zatanna (Lacey Chabert), Bumblebee (Masasa Moyo), Wonder Girl (Mae Whitman), and Batgirl (Alyson Stoner) set out to capture and free their friend using a magical ritual and the temple discovered earlier this season by Batgirl (where Dan Garrett first found the Scarab) before it’s too late.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

Young Justice comes to an end with the final issue that wraps up the lingering stories of two different alien attacks on Earth at the same time, a political assassination involving Deadshot, Metropolis being cut-off from the rest of the world, and a closer look at Dick Grayson‘s relationship with Barbara Gordon.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

Christopher Jones is a comic book artist who has worked on Young Justice, The Batman Strikes!, Marvel’s Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, Dr. Blink: Superhero Shrink & more. Check out more of his work on his official site.

{ 0 comments }

In the latest episode the Young Justice team brings in the Atom (Jason Marsden) to try and find a way to remove the scarab from Jaime Reyes (Eric Loomis) who fears Impulse‘s (Marsden) prophecy of the Blue Beetle’s future coming true. While the Atom is unsuccessful in his attempt, Jaime does get some good news from the Green Beetle (Phil LaMarr) of Mars who informs him even if the scarab cannot be removed it can still be controlled.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

The current storyline continues as Superman, Superboy, Captain Atom, Captain Marvel, and Wonder Woman fight off Braniac‘s crystallized minion in space the various Young Justice teams try break through the impenetrable field surrounding Metropolis and discover more information about the spaceship floating above the city.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

Young Justice #21 keeps to the format started in last month’s issue as we jump around from current events to those that took place five years before. In the current time period the arrival of Braniac has caused several members of both Young Justice and the Justice League (and several super-villains) to be kidnapped including Superman, Superboy, Captain Atom, Captain Marvel, and Wonder Woman.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

The latest issue of Young Justice concludes the Gorilla City arc including giving us an origin of the city unique to the title. The issue also stands out as the final issue with the original team as Robin‘s case notes transition to a final panel revealing Nightwing thinking back on the adventure. This means starting next month the comic, like the show, will move forward with the “Invasion” storyline set five-years in the future.

[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for reviews of Mirror Mirror and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on Blu-ray, the latest issues of Super Dinosaur, Young Justice, The Lone Ranger: Snake of Iron, and Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow, and the latest episodes of Burn Notice and Rookie Blue. All that plus an Olympic-themed Top 10 of Badass Moments!

{ 0 comments }