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Greg Weisman is an American comic book and animation writer and producer, best known as the creator of Gargoyles and as the Supervising Producer of The Spectacular Spider-Man. Weisman is currently a producer on the Young Justice animated series. In addition, Weisman wrote the script for DC Showcase: Green Arrow, an animated short feature that is included on the DVD for the film, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse.

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  • Broché: 128 pages
  • Editeur : DC Comics (17 décembre 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 140124288X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401242886
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,8 x 0,5 x 25,9 cm
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Par Une acheteuse sur 14 octobre 2014
Format: Broché
Un petit voyage dans les événements qui ont précédé la saison 2. Très prenant, émouvant et intéressant. Je regrette juste qu'on n'ait pas eu droit à une troisième saison!
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Makes me wish there was more! 15 janvier 2014
Par Schola Abstract - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Unlike the other volumes, this is one continuous story. I don't want to give much away, but from the art to the story this is much better than the previous volumes. It highlights many of the characters who we only saw glimpses of in season two of the show, like Batgirl, Superboy, Bumblebee and Beast Boy. It's got some time with the team as their civilian selves, which really helped round out the characters. I wish more comics in general focused on telling these PG-rated stories with such a focus on strong characterizations and a huge, diverse cast. If DC Comics were smart they'd release more graphic novels in this universe.

Some parts can be a bit confusing as it features a lot of flashbacks, but if you pay attention to the time stamps it makes sense. There are also a few characters that people talk about like we should know who they are, but they haven't appeared in the comics or show ("Major Force" is the biggest example of this, they spend a lot of time with Captain Atom being angry about him but never go into who he is or why Atom dislikes him when nobody else does). In the grand scheme of things that's pretty minor, and it makes me wish this series had more time to go into who they were.

If you only get one of the four graphic novels in this series, it should be this one.
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A decent end cap for a universe that will be missed. 19 janvier 2014
Par para - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This trade collects issues #20-25 of Young Justice (the tie-in comic for the animated series, not the original comic of the same name).

The Young Justice animated series was a fantastic original interpretation of the DC Universe featuring its young heroes as a covert ops team for the Justice League. It ran for two seasons before it's unfortunate cancellation and told intricate, long reaching story arcs in each. This is the final volume of the companion comic, which instead of telling unrelated stories in the same universe has been used to fill in the gaps and add background to the stories told in the show. The comic is slightly more character focused where the show is more plot driven, so they compliment each other well and each play to the strength of the format.

These five issues form a single story called Invasion that shares its name with the second season of the show.
It follows parallel, complimenting stories set in late season 1 (team year zero) and just before season 2 (team year 5) respectively. Dick Grayson is the central point of view character, but a lot of characters from both time periods get to shine. This includes YJ members, some of their Justice League counterparts, villains both new and familiar, and a variety of supporting characters.

It's a very grand story and tries a little too hard. There are two major new threats to deal with just in the year 5 part framed against a complicated struggle with and old foe with political ramifications in year zero. This is on top of addressing a ton of open plots from the show and dealing with membership recruitment. It's reasonably well executed but is a bit too much. Still, it all fits logically both with itself and everything in the show it's trying to explain, which is a nice accomplishment by Weisman.

Also worth mentioning is that despite featuring "younger" heroes YJ is a mature and dark show in parts, and that atmosphere shows more than ever in these issues.

These issues have extremely close ties to plotlines from the animated series. While it is a complete story and stands ok on its own, its main purpose is to add context to things from the show and reveal events leading up to the beginning of season 2. Having familiarity with the show and the characters adds so much depth you'd be missing a lot without it. I'd recommend being at least a couple of episodes into season 2 before reading this.

In contrast the previous trades of the comic, while good, are not required prerequisites at all.

Young Justice: Invasion isn't perfect but when a comics biggest flaw is being overly ambitious in scope you still end up with something well worth reading. A fitting goodbye for a great series.
Five Years Later ... 14 septembre 2014
Par Nicola Mansfield - Publié sur
Format: Broché
My least favourite of all the Young Justice series. It is good but just didn't live up to the build-up of the first three. This book takes place five years later, though we have infrequent flashbacks to approximately the time period we left off with volume three on what is now Dick Grayson's 14th birthday. This is a major team-up volume and if you like lots of superheroes in one book you are in for a treat! First of all the Young Justice team has now expanded, five years down the road, minus a couple of the old team. Plus the book includes many, many, many appearances by major and mostly minor Justice League members. As for plot, what we basically have here is a re-imagining of the Braniac storyline where he first comes to shrink Metropolis to add to his collection. No one knows who he is and all the superheroes work together to figure out what is going on and stop him. To make matters worse at the same time a new character, (created for this series I think) Kylstar, is also on the scene. He's kidnapped the Justice League's most powerful members and intends to keep them as "weapons". Are the two aliens working together? I loved Kylstar, he's a cool new anti-villain. It was fun having Captain Marvel play such a prominent role. However, Young Justice just wasn't the same; too much was going on to really care about the new members or get to know them so they just weren't the lovable team I'd come to, well ... love. I did however like the background story of Nightwing and Batgirl's blossoming relationship, as I am a big fan of that couple. But what I most of all missed was "What happened in the missing five years?" Somebody has to write a series filling in the missing years!!! It's possible to just read the first three volumes and be sad the series ended when it did as this doesn't give any feeling of satisfaction on that count. This volume could also be read as a standalone.
Five Stars 22 juillet 2014
Par Grady Nichols - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
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best animated superhero cartoon ever. 5 janvier 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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It's just too bad this hit show, that had some of the highest ratings on Cartoon Network, was cancelled because not enough toys were sold. Go buy the DVD for the animated version.
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