Superboy points out that he's half-Kryptonian and Miss Martian is, of course, from Venus... er, Mars... but it doesn't matter. If you came (to Rann) from Earth, you are an Earthling.
Ah, Rann. You have to love a planet where people use jetpacks to travel around. Young Justice, as they tend to do, did Rann right. Adam Strange, Sardath, Alanna, plus the Rannian language that Miss Martian had to translate with her psychic link. I love that attention to detail. I hate the laziness that sometimes happens where humans go to alien worlds and everyone just happens to speak English. The DCU has established alien languages and the common galactic language Interlac that Lobo spoke last week.
The relationship between Beast Boy and M'gann is pretty sweet, and we get a little backstory from Superboy of how he and M'gann broke up during the five year interim since season one. We also establish that Superboy ages very, very slowly while M'gann has appropriately shapeshift-aged herself to be 5 years older. Though I kind of miss how cute she was in season one. She also seems sadder and harder.
Now M'gann knows what happened on Rimbor (homeworld of Ultra Boy of the Legion of Super Heroes) during the missing 16 hours. She didn't tell us, though. That tease.
“@ZackRyder: @CMPunk She played me bro” I got your back.
I loved Rann. Strange was awesome quoting Alice. I kinda wonder what happened to Queen Bee after what happened to Beast Boy's mom. Miss Martian went full on Vader at the end. Whatever episode or episodes we get to explain what happened in the five year plan is going to knock our socks off.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
Better than the original in just about every way. Catching Fire towers over the first Hunger Games the way Jennifer Lawrence towers over Josh Hutcherson. Catching Fire review with SPOILERS. (backofthehead.com)