O MAN THIS IS AWESOME!!! I am having a total nerdgasm. The producers really know there stuff. The first time in the Comics The Teen Titans got together it was in Brave in The Bold no.54! It featured just Aqualad, Robin, and Kid Flash. Just like how the first time this team got together it was only Aqualad, Robin and Kid Flash! Now in Band The Bold no.54 They fight Mr. Twister! So the first villain they ever faced was Mr. Twister and now the first villain these guys are facing is Mr. Twister. Even though they aren't called The Teen Titans you can not deny the obvious tribute.
" @RYU/BATMAN: I remember the Cave location from the JLA series in the early 90s. I don't remember it being called Mount Justice and can't seem to find that location in our database here. "What about with the Justice League and the Justice Society of America? When they needed answers for something in the comics and the team was holding hands around the table? Wasn't that when the cave first appeared?
Didn't the Young Justice comic start out in a cave?
Also as much as I enjoyed the show, I wish Robin was Tim Drake and Kid Flash was Bart Allen.
they were the ones in the comic. I am getting tired of every rendition of Robin being Dick Grayson- when he's Batman and has been Nightwing since I was a kid.
What bothers me is that they all look so pissed off and angry. Young Justice the comic was lighthearted a majority of the time often poking fun at teenage angst and stuff. The serious moments of the lighthearted comic was what, to me, made it so great. Because amongst all the fun, there could be a serious situation thrown in like Cissie almost killing someone, etc. This show, all I've seen so far is so serious it forgets the actual source material :(
" So was Mount Justice an actual reference to Comic Book history? Or is that just made up for TV? "it's an actual reference...it was the original Justice League headquarters and they lent it out to Young Justice for them to use as their headquarters
" I''ll be watching for sure and finally someone gave Red Tornado something to do because on JLU they gave him almost nothing to do. "You should check out his appearances in "Batman: The Brave and the Bold". He has a couple of main episodes and some fun cameos, and they delve a lot into his character.
Well if the series is called Young Justice, then it's good that they carried over Red Tornado from the comics to here. And they definitely did use the abandoned Justice League Cave in Happy Harbor during the beginning of that series too. Man, I miss the lighthearted YJ under PAD.
" @G-Man said:" @RYU/BATMAN: I remember the Cave location from the JLA series in the early 90s. I don't remember it being called Mount Justice and can't seem to find that location in our database here. "What about with the Justice League and the Justice Society of America? When they needed answers for something in the comics and the team was holding hands around the table? Wasn't that when the cave first appeared?
I think this website ripped you off Tony http://thewarppipe.com/01/18/2011/early-review-young-justice-ep-103-welcome-to-happy-harbor/
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