Kid Quick-the Future State Flash-and their fellow heroes Supergirl, Robin, Aquagirl, Klarienne the Witch Girl, and Troy take center stage in a miniseries that rocks Earth-11 to its core! Co-writers Ivan Cohen (The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries) and Danny Lore (DC Pride, Champions) join rising-star artist Marco Failla (DCeased: Hope at World’s End) for the incredible debut issue, which begins with an attack by the H.I.V.E. and ends in the Church of Blood! What is Sister Blood’s true mission among the lost souls of New York City? Can Teen Justice get through their growing pains fast enough to learn the answer in time to stop it? And what role will the mysterious Raven-the brooding hero who has refused to join the team in the past-play in the ultimate battle? The secrets of Earth-11’s newest heroes and villains unfold in DC’s most exciting new team title!
Comic WatchMultiversity: Teen Justice #1 is the perfect superhero story to kick off Pride Month. It captures the fun of the team and characters that inspired it but deliver them with a refreshing and engaging spin.
Dark Knight NewsMultiversity: Teen Justice #1 is a great start to this miniseries exploring Earth-11. I look forward to learning more about this team and their world as the series progresses. While it is a great tie-in to DC's Pride Month celebration, it's also a great story in its own right.
Geek DadIt's a good start, and the issue also includes the original story from the anthology to make sure everyone is caught up. This could be a good blueprint for a potential future TT revival.
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Batman-NewsUltimately, I do understand that this is just the introduction and that the villains can be fleshed out later while their plot is being unraveled by Teen Justice. Gigi's arc could also really help us see more of the world from the villain's side and the focal point of this issue remains intact. Even though there are some problems here and there, this mini-series definitely has me invested and I'm excited to see what happens next!
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ComicBook.comMultiversity: Teen Justice #1 shows Earth-11's version of Young Justice/Teen Titans, and while it's not the first time readers have encountered the gender-swapped group, it's fun seeing the new set of characters interact.
Major SpoilersI like the Multiversity trade dress and would love to see more like this, but being thrown into a New Teen Titans story without the context makes for a lot of heavy lifting on the part of the writer.