Friday, July 19, 2019

Young Justice #7

Young Justice #7 is a zany, and highly amusing issue (even if it makes the mistake to go with the updated, rather than classic, look of one of its guest-stars), as the team's attempt to find their way home leads to them getting lost in the Multiverse. Bouncing around like a ping-pong ball, the group first hits the Earth of the Lil' Leaguers before landing in the anthropomorphic paradise of Captain Carrot and the Amazing Zoo Crew. The jump to the following world involves a giant mallet (which is exactly as awesome as it sounds). Sadly, only Bart seems amused the the events.

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.

[DC, $3.99]

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