Superboy vs. Superman

Last we saw the Young Justice team, they were making s’mores and telling stories over a campfire. In issue #6, the bonding and sharing continues as the gang reveals their origins to one another. Hear Dick Grayson tell the story of how he turned into Robin. See how M’Gann made her way from Mars to Earth. But when Superboy starts remembering how and why he was created, he can’t help but feel that he must take down Superman. Will he be able to resist his dark impulses or is the temptation too sweet?

The first interview about today’s “Young Justice” announcements

Gawker’s iO9 has the exclusive first interview with Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio about the “Young Justice” titles that were announced this morning. “When we have a book about teenagers, we want it to feel like it's a book about teenagers,” said DiDio.

Head on over to iO9 for the full coverage, including details about how Jim Lee recruited artist Rob Liefeld for HAWK & DOVE.

Young Justice take on the League of Shadows

When the CEO of a large corporation goes missing, it’ll be up to the junior heroes of Young Justice to save her. But to succeed on this rescue mission means first having to face Black Spider and Hook. Oh, and a little covert group of assassins that call themselves the League of Shadows. Can Kid Flash, Aqualad, and Robin retrieve the kidnapped woman before it’s too late? And what does the League of Shadows want with her anyway?

YOUNG JUSTICE/BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD Super Sampler Available on Free Comic Day

When you rush to Free Comic Book Day, you’ll be picking up a copy of the second chapter in Geoff Johns’ GREEN LANTERN: SECRET ORIGIN. You’ll be super excited to see an exclusive first preview of FLASHPOINT #1. But what will your kids be reading?

"Don't call us sidekicks"

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I admit I had a long list of things to be thankful for, over the long holiday weekend. Good health? Check. A great family? You bet. A cool job? Are you kidding? I get to talk about things I am genuinely passionate about—namely graphic novels and comic books and some of the most recognizable characters in the world.

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