The explosive miniseries starring Kid Quick and their allies shifts into even higher gear as Teen Justice investigates the Church of Blood! When efforts to infiltrate the mysterious church backfire, one hero faces a devastating loss! Plus: Supergirl and Robin attract surprising allies when they discover an unexpected mystery, Aquagirl finds herself out of her element (and then some), and an encounter with the Justice Guild threatens the future of Teen Justice!
The Comicbook DispatchMultiversity Teen Justice #2 is a great continuation from the last issue's cliffhanger. It's filled to overflowing with locations, characters, and subplots, and ends with another great cliffhanger. Highly recommended.
Dark Knight NewsMultiversity: Teen Justice #2 continues this fascinating look at one of the DC Multiverse's most intriguing worlds. I look forward to further exploring this world and getting to know these heroes better over the remaining issues of this miniseries.
Geek DadThis is a fast-paced comic with a big cast, so everyone is sort of competing for page time. However, I already like just about every gender-flipped hero in this book, and that goes a long way to getting me invested in a team.
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Batman-NewsEven though the writing in this issue started showing some of the cracks of the previous one, Multiversity: Teen Justice offers us a great cast of characters that have the ability to take us to some incredible scenery all while doing really cool superhero stuff.
ComicBook.comTeen Justice #2 has something interesting cooking with the Church of Blood storyline as multiple subplots wound up tying back into the overall narrative. The only downside with the series so far has been the mountain of dialogue the reader is asked to get through, though that can be excused given how many characters have been introduced.