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Whether it’s with super-powers, unrivaled skill with weapons or martial arts, or superior intelligence and resourcefulness, a super hero fights for universal peace. They strive to protect the people of their world and eliminate evil wherever it may be found. But what if they actually succeeded? What would a world be like if there was no longer any evil for its heroes to fight?
It could be a lot like Earth-Me.
Officially known as Earth-16, this world was once like many of the others in the Multiverse. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern battled super-villains such as Lex Luthor and the Joker. The difference here is that the battle ended and the heroes won, and when their children and protégés grew up and inherited their heroic mantles, there was no one left for them to fight.
With no unifying purpose, heroes like Kyle Rayner, Wally West, Connor Hawke, Ray Palmer, new Batman Damian Wayne and new Superman Chris Kent spend their days reenacting past battles, living a pampered lifestyle that’s more hedonistic than heroic. Others form idle super-teams in an attempt to boost their fans and followers on social media—teams such as the Just, the youthful duo made up of Green Arrow’s daughter Arrowette and her telepathic friend Menta. Once, these “heroes” may have sought adventure and excitement in the interest of serving their fellow man. Now, they manufacture them as a cure for boredom
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Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, Sister Miracle, Megamorpho, The Atom, The Offspring, Superboy, Arrowette, Alpha Centurion, Steel, Argus, Aquaman, Menta, Doctor Midnite, Bloodwynd, Gypsy
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YOUNG JUSTICE #2
Based on the highly anticipated, all-new hit animated show from Warner Bros. debuting in January on Cartoon Network! Superboy discovers that an unwanted guest in the team's cave is not really what he appears to be! Is the threat deadly to only The Boy of Steel – or is the enture Justice League in danger, as well? Superboy struggles to find the balance between fighting for himself and for the sake of others!
YOUNG JUSTICE #4
A woman is targeted by a covert group of assassins! It's Robin, Kid Flash and Aqualad to the rescue, but can they save her from the combined menace of Hook and Black Spider? Only if they can escape from the deadly duo themselves! The junior heroes must prove they can work as a team and take on the menace of the League of Shadows at the same time!
YOUNG JUSTICE #1
Superboy! Wonder Girl! Robin! Impulse! Amethyst!
YOUNG JUSTICE #4
This all-new, in-continuity Wonder Comics sensation explodes as all the secrets of these heroes—Robin, Superboy, Wonder Girl, Jinny Hex, Teen Lantern, Amethyst and Impulse—are reveal
YOUNG JUSTICE #3
Robin's a bit jealous of Superboy's abilities. But when they have to rescue the inhabitants of a burning building, The Boy Wonder might learn that one doesn't need super powers to be a true Super Hero.
YOUNG JUSTICE #5
Aqualad, Robin, Kid Flash, Superboy and Miss Martian are ready for their first mission as a team. To get to know each other better, they decide to trade stories around the campfire, revealing how they all started as crimefighters. Will this bring them together or underscore their differences?
YOUNG JUSTICE #2
The new teen super-team unites as Robin (Tim Drake), Wonder Girl, Teen Lantern and Jinny Hex join forces to help Amethyst free Gemworld from those who control it.