For decades, the X-Men boasted the best roster of female superhero characters in comics. Young Justice is right up there for their roster. Zatanna and Rocket may be in the Justice League and Artemis is retired, but the alpha female team of Miss Martian, Batgirl, Wonder Girl and Bumblebee is pretty kick ass. (Imagine if they had Supergirl and/or Starfire too.)
Any excuse to go to Bialya and mess with the Queen Bee is fine by me. I loved the bit about Wonder Girl not being stealthy, and of course, she was careless and got caught. I also liked the debate between Psimon, Devastation, Mammoth, Shimmer, and Icicle about whether capturing Batgirl is a good idea.
So the Queen Bee is kidnapping runaways for the mysterious "Partner" of The Light. I can't think of why, or what the game plan is. But Young Justice knows the "partner" exists and that people are being kidnapped.
The B plot of Jaime Reyes looking for his missing friend Ty was great for the Scarab constantly wanting him to kill anyone and everyone who it perceived as a threat.
ACTIVATE PLASMA CANNON!
I do take issue with Rocket and Batgirl's reaction at seeing the cave headquarters with the cargo plane:
"Talk about Temple of Doom!"
No, it's a lot more like Raiders.
“@ZackRyder: @CMPunk She played me bro” I got your back.
I really like how they are developing the lesser known heroes like Blue Beetle III, Wonder Girl and so on. I just with they would get to the Darkseid point of all of this, but there are so many stories hanging that I wonder if Darksied isn't going to be the season 2 cliffhanger finale.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
Television's best show finished off its fifth season with...a shockingly low-event, low-key episode. Not to say that "not much happened," but it was a series of character moments rather than anything monumental. Uh...