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Based on the highly anticipated, all-new hit animated show from Warner Bros. airing on Cartoon Network, YOUNG JUSTICE collects single issue, all-ages appropriate stories featuring the popular characters from the hit Cartoon Network show. In this volume, Superboy, Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Miss Martian and Artemis make their way to Atlantis to foil Ocean-Master's plan to p Based on the highly anticipated, all-new hit animated show from Warner Bros. airing on Cartoon Network, YOUNG JUSTICE collects single issue, all-ages appropriate stories featuring the popular characters from the hit Cartoon Network show. In this volume, Superboy, Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Miss Martian and Artemis make their way to Atlantis to foil Ocean-Master's plan to purify the underwater city. Also, the team must fight off the menance known as Kobra, as well as defeat an army of warrior gorillas in the dangerous Gorilla City!


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Based on the highly anticipated, all-new hit animated show from Warner Bros. airing on Cartoon Network, YOUNG JUSTICE collects single issue, all-ages appropriate stories featuring the popular characters from the hit Cartoon Network show. In this volume, Superboy, Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Miss Martian and Artemis make their way to Atlantis to foil Ocean-Master's plan to p Based on the highly anticipated, all-new hit animated show from Warner Bros. airing on Cartoon Network, YOUNG JUSTICE collects single issue, all-ages appropriate stories featuring the popular characters from the hit Cartoon Network show. In this volume, Superboy, Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Miss Martian and Artemis make their way to Atlantis to foil Ocean-Master's plan to purify the underwater city. Also, the team must fight off the menance known as Kobra, as well as defeat an army of warrior gorillas in the dangerous Gorilla City!

30 review for Young Justice, Vol. 3: Creature Features

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    I've got to say, I've always loved Young Justice, especially since my kids turned me on to the television show about a decade ago. Robin, modern Superboy (Cadmus-cloned of Superman and human DNA), Aqua Lad, Miss Martian, Kid Flash, and eventually Artemis are teamed into a covert arm of the Justice League (in hopes of keeping them out of MAJOR trouble...) This series is off-continuity... we're back, I believe, to the Dick Grayson Robin, for one thing; in the contemporary New 52, Miss Martian makes I've got to say, I've always loved Young Justice, especially since my kids turned me on to the television show about a decade ago. Robin, modern Superboy (Cadmus-cloned of Superman and human DNA), Aqua Lad, Miss Martian, Kid Flash, and eventually Artemis are teamed into a covert arm of the Justice League (in hopes of keeping them out of MAJOR trouble...) This series is off-continuity... we're back, I believe, to the Dick Grayson Robin, for one thing; in the contemporary New 52, Miss Martian makes only rare appearances, and Kid Flash... isn't. This volume covers several sidebar missions to the companion show, including new origins of Kobra and Gorilla City, and some serious backstory to Aqualad. Good, mindless, PG comics, if you need a break from the serious stuff.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Timothy Boyd

    Nice entertaining quick reads. great for a slow weekend afternoon. Recommended

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sana

    Issues 14 and 15 take place in Atlantis and it was fun reading about half the team's adventures and then getting know what the other half is up to in issue 16. I was really meh on Green Arrow, though. I thought it was the TV show Arrow but I guess he's just not impressive at all? Flash and Kid Flash team up adventures were definitely the best of the three. My favorite: Wally: You're having another CSI moment, aren't you? *5 minutes later* Wally: Uh Flash...think I'm having my own CSI moment. The kob Issues 14 and 15 take place in Atlantis and it was fun reading about half the team's adventures and then getting know what the other half is up to in issue 16. I was really meh on Green Arrow, though. I thought it was the TV show Arrow but I guess he's just not impressive at all? Flash and Kid Flash team up adventures were definitely the best of the three. My favorite: Wally: You're having another CSI moment, aren't you? *5 minutes later* Wally: Uh Flash...think I'm having my own CSI moment. The kobra man creature was really ugly, though. No more, please. Then the team is back in issues 17 to 19 that take place in Gorilla City for the most part so really, a lot of creatures all around. Really enjoyed Wally and Artemis interactions AND THAT ONE PANEL. I also love how Robin just knows.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    I... monkeys? Everywhere? Okay, sure. This storyline was unnecessarily long and it was stupid besides. I understand the need for filler issues in comics especially when they're the companion comic if an ongoing television series but I can think of at least five things they could have done than given me 3+ issues of the team fighting monkeys. Poor Conner. I... monkeys? Everywhere? Okay, sure. This storyline was unnecessarily long and it was stupid besides. I understand the need for filler issues in comics especially when they're the companion comic if an ongoing television series but I can think of at least five things they could have done than given me 3+ issues of the team fighting monkeys. Poor Conner.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

    Another very fun installment in this series. I swear, the Nightwing reveal at the end hit me like a ton of bricks - just like the reveal in the show. (I love Nightwing/Dick Grayson so much.) I think this comic has helped me bridge that gap between Robin and Nightwing. So often I almost forget that they really are the same person. The frame of Nightwing talking like he used to (which he doesn't really do in season 2) helps me reconcile the two personas. It's crazy cool to see Dick really grow up. Another very fun installment in this series. I swear, the Nightwing reveal at the end hit me like a ton of bricks - just like the reveal in the show. (I love Nightwing/Dick Grayson so much.) I think this comic has helped me bridge that gap between Robin and Nightwing. So often I almost forget that they really are the same person. The frame of Nightwing talking like he used to (which he doesn't really do in season 2) helps me reconcile the two personas. It's crazy cool to see Dick really grow up. I guess that's one of the things I really like about him: we get to see that coming of age that we often don't see for a lot of these other heroes. Peter Parker is another character I like as I've seen him mature into adulthood. Enough of me gushing over Grayson, read this comic, people! Especially if you're a Young Justice fan. (Super excited for season 3!)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Beckiezra

    I don't know how long ago I started this but I finally came back to finish it so I can return it to the library. The stories are fine, kind of in between the episodes of the cartoon, mostly focused on not my favorite characters. I'm sad to see the 5 year time jump at the end, I didn't like it in the cartoon either. If the series continued I won't be bothering to follow up with it anyway. I don't know how long ago I started this but I finally came back to finish it so I can return it to the library. The stories are fine, kind of in between the episodes of the cartoon, mostly focused on not my favorite characters. I'm sad to see the 5 year time jump at the end, I didn't like it in the cartoon either. If the series continued I won't be bothering to follow up with it anyway.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Emilce

    Such an amazing read. As I said before, though, I wasn't a big fan of the issue #17; but the rest was incredible. It is a simple reading that connects very well with the series and gives more sense to it. It's fun, entertaining, awesome and with badass characters. Can't wait to start the 4th volume! Such an amazing read. As I said before, though, I wasn't a big fan of the issue #17; but the rest was incredible. It is a simple reading that connects very well with the series and gives more sense to it. It's fun, entertaining, awesome and with badass characters. Can't wait to start the 4th volume!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Arthi

    I didn't find these stories as engaging as the previous ones. I think these are less character driven and more plot based, and I usually prefer a mix of the two. I did like the final page of the book though! I didn't find these stories as engaging as the previous ones. I think these are less character driven and more plot based, and I usually prefer a mix of the two. I did like the final page of the book though!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chels

    I thought all in all it was a nice all ages collection. Nothing too crazy or wild, but a lot of action, a lot of heart, a lot of teen angst. Pretty much what I expect from old Weisman. I'm sure once I finish all those comics, they'll be some major explosions. I thought all in all it was a nice all ages collection. Nothing too crazy or wild, but a lot of action, a lot of heart, a lot of teen angst. Pretty much what I expect from old Weisman. I'm sure once I finish all those comics, they'll be some major explosions.

  10. 5 out of 5

    ISMOTU

    Another volume that perfectly captures the spirit of the show and dances in between actual episodes in a way only possible because Greg Weisman is writing it. The art is fun and buoyant, retaining the feel of the show while also including Christopher Jones' personal style. Can't wait for season 3. Another volume that perfectly captures the spirit of the show and dances in between actual episodes in a way only possible because Greg Weisman is writing it. The art is fun and buoyant, retaining the feel of the show while also including Christopher Jones' personal style. Can't wait for season 3.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tania Reads

    3.5 This fed my Spitfire shipper heart well but the first 2 issues were a little meh.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

    More of a supplement to the first season of the show than something that really stands on its own.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sylvester

    Atlantis, Kobra cult and Gorilla city. These 3 arcs really added nothing to the character development.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ziyad

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Very entertaining and easy to read!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Guzman

    I enjoyed vol. 1 since it really captured the essence of the animated series but the consecutive volumes have been a let down with the third volume being the worst of the three.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kai Charles(Fiction State Of Mind)

    I really love this series and the representation in the group

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Again, another enjoyable read. Not the most complex graphic novel in the world, but it's not supposed to be. It's fun and ties in perfectly with the show. I especially liked the last couple of panels, which work as a great bridge between the two seasons. Again, another enjoyable read. Not the most complex graphic novel in the world, but it's not supposed to be. It's fun and ties in perfectly with the show. I especially liked the last couple of panels, which work as a great bridge between the two seasons.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    This trade collects issues #14-19 of Young Justice (the tie-in comic for the animated series, not the original comic of the same name). I'm a big fan of the Young Justice animated series, which created it's own ground up take on the DC Universe (instead of adapting any particular established title or continuity) to create a wonderfully deep and compelling narrative. It focuses on a core group of young heroes forming a covert ops team for the Justice League, draws inspiration from everything from This trade collects issues #14-19 of Young Justice (the tie-in comic for the animated series, not the original comic of the same name). I'm a big fan of the Young Justice animated series, which created it's own ground up take on the DC Universe (instead of adapting any particular established title or continuity) to create a wonderfully deep and compelling narrative. It focuses on a core group of young heroes forming a covert ops team for the Justice League, draws inspiration from everything from Teen Titans to it's original namesake comic, and is one of the best animated shows I've seen in years. So with it's disappointing cancellation I'm finally getting around to the highly regarded tie in comic. Creature Features contains three main 2 issue stories featuring Aqualad, Superboy and Miss Martian visiting Atlantis, Robin, Artemis, Kid Flash and their mentors facing Kobra, and the entire YJ team investigating Gorilla City. The stories are interesting and fun, although a slight step down from those in volume 2 (Training Day). I liked the Kobra one the best. The Atlantis tale had a great plot but was rushed. The final story was kind of filler. Still, they capture the feel of the show, expand insight into the characters and provide enjoyable tales of what's happening between (or "off-camera" during) episodes. The stories here tie less directly to episode plots that previously and each story can stand on it's own, but I think a lot of the enjoyment could be lost if you're not familiar with the characters. The final story also starts with a summary of several episodes, and ends with a page that spoils the beginning of season 2. I'd recommend being a couple of episodes into season 2 before reading this. Another strong supplement for fans of the Young Justice animation. I'll miss this as much as the show when I get through all there is.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nicola Mansfield

    OMG! This was absolutely fantastic! At some point during the publication of these issues the cartoon was cancelled but the comics continued for a while longer. We start off with a nice long story that takes place in Atlantis (minus Aquaman because he's busy with the JL) but everyone else you could almost imagine from Atlantis shows up with Ocean Master the villain, though no one knows his identity here. Only Aqualad, Superboy and Miss Martian are in the story so we next jump back a few days in t OMG! This was absolutely fantastic! At some point during the publication of these issues the cartoon was cancelled but the comics continued for a while longer. We start off with a nice long story that takes place in Atlantis (minus Aquaman because he's busy with the JL) but everyone else you could almost imagine from Atlantis shows up with Ocean Master the villain, though no one knows his identity here. Only Aqualad, Superboy and Miss Martian are in the story so we next jump back a few days in time and visit our other heroes who are each out on a mission with their partner: Artemis & Green Arrow, Kid Flash & Flash and Robin & Batman each have separate crimes to solve which lead them and the 3 others to the same place where they find all are linked to the Kobra Cult for another good story. Finally the coup de grace is a gorilla story. It was with glee I realised we had three Gorilla villains in one story! Monsieur Mallah, Ultra-Humanite & Gorilla Grodd! But they weren't even the real bad guy! Great story, loved it. Then the book ends with one little panel that says 5 years later and Robin is Nightwing! OMG! I can't wait for the 4th and final volume of this series. An excellent series, suitable for all ages.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Adam Graham

    This book collects Issues 14-19 of the Young Justice Comic book based on the popular Cartoon Network series and contains three separate two issue stories: Issues 14 and 15 feature Aqualad, Superboy, and Miss Martian going to Atlantis where they encounter an undersea coup. This is a fun story made even moreso by Miss Martian who has some very fun moments in Atlantis particularly using her shape-changing ability. Issues 16 and 17 catch up on what the rest of the team was doing. The idea behind Issue This book collects Issues 14-19 of the Young Justice Comic book based on the popular Cartoon Network series and contains three separate two issue stories: Issues 14 and 15 feature Aqualad, Superboy, and Miss Martian going to Atlantis where they encounter an undersea coup. This is a fun story made even moreso by Miss Martian who has some very fun moments in Atlantis particularly using her shape-changing ability. Issues 16 and 17 catch up on what the rest of the team was doing. The idea behind Issue 16 is to show Robin, Artemis, and Kid Flash doing sidekick duties. in separate stories that do eventually come together. The book was too short to make the separate stories interesting and the coming together story was only so so. Issues 18 and 19 has the team facing gorillas and encountering Grodd for the first time. Again, Miss Martain was a highlight and I really enjoyed their different spin on Grodd as the book sets up some key differences between the world of the Young Justice comics and the rest of the DC universe. Overall, despite a weaker middle story, this book is a well-written all ages comic book and enjoyable in its own right even without seeing all the episodes the book revolves around.

  21. 4 out of 5

    The Fizza

    3 Stars ★★★ Once again a solid book - compendium to the television series. As with the prior volumes this book directly fits into the series in ways other media tie-in comics do not, connecting moments or asking questions like: 'What were the rest of the team doing during Terrors or just before Targets?' As well as exploring other mysteries... Kevin Hopps and Greg Weisman keep up their work in this last volume associated with Season One of the series, as do Luciano Vecchio, Dan Davis and Christoph 3 Stars ★★★ Once again a solid book - compendium to the television series. As with the prior volumes this book directly fits into the series in ways other media tie-in comics do not, connecting moments or asking questions like: 'What were the rest of the team doing during Terrors or just before Targets?' As well as exploring other mysteries... Kevin Hopps and Greg Weisman keep up their work in this last volume associated with Season One of the series, as do Luciano Vecchio, Dan Davis and Christopher Jones who keep doing what they can to capture the art style from the animated version. This book still works for what it is and while you may not lose much by just watch the series, a fan will gain both texture and substance by jumping on in, between these pages... Recommended for all YJ fans!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Althea

    I won this book from a Goodreads giveaway. I'm not really sure who this book was written for. Is it for viewers of the show? Or is it meant to draw in nonviewers. As a fan of the television series I am familiar with the characters and their personality traits. As a result, it wasn't hard for me to fall into the story. A non viewer would likely have trouble figuring out what was going on as few character traits were exhibited here. At the same time, there were frequent flashbacks to inform the re I won this book from a Goodreads giveaway. I'm not really sure who this book was written for. Is it for viewers of the show? Or is it meant to draw in nonviewers. As a fan of the television series I am familiar with the characters and their personality traits. As a result, it wasn't hard for me to fall into the story. A non viewer would likely have trouble figuring out what was going on as few character traits were exhibited here. At the same time, there were frequent flashbacks to inform the reader what had happened in the show. Someone who watched the show and is interested enough in the series to get the comic book would not need this information. The storylines were enjoyable, but moved a bit too quickly for my taste. I can understand the need for speed in a thirty minute cartoon, but in a book, there should be enough time to flesh things out a bit more. If you like the show, you will probably like this book. Nonviewers should skip it as it does not provide a good introduction to the plot or characters.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    I enjoyed the artwork and the story lines. I appreciated the lack of cursing, which would have prevented me from using it at school. The idea of a book to fill in action between the episodes is clever, but I have not seen enough episodes to remember the back story of all the characters. I think that limited my enjoyment and understanding a bit. If I were an avid viewer (as some of my students are), then I would have rated it even higher, because it would have made more sense and flowed more smoo I enjoyed the artwork and the story lines. I appreciated the lack of cursing, which would have prevented me from using it at school. The idea of a book to fill in action between the episodes is clever, but I have not seen enough episodes to remember the back story of all the characters. I think that limited my enjoyment and understanding a bit. If I were an avid viewer (as some of my students are), then I would have rated it even higher, because it would have made more sense and flowed more smoothly for me. I liked the inclusion of the older super heroes and the interactions between the team members. I would recommend it for anyone who is a fan of the series or is interested in super hero comics and graphic novels. Note: I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads giveaway.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Arwen S

    The art is ok, but the story line and character interaction is a little boring. It is more a comic book for fans of DC and the characters of the Dc world, and may be somewhat interesting to them. However, in terms of drawing in new fans and keeping a comic both interesting and alive, it leaves a lot to be desired. I read a lot of Manga and western graphic novels, and to be a very successful graphic novel/comic book the artist and author has to draw you in with the art, and continue to hold onto t The art is ok, but the story line and character interaction is a little boring. It is more a comic book for fans of DC and the characters of the Dc world, and may be somewhat interesting to them. However, in terms of drawing in new fans and keeping a comic both interesting and alive, it leaves a lot to be desired. I read a lot of Manga and western graphic novels, and to be a very successful graphic novel/comic book the artist and author has to draw you in with the art, and continue to hold onto the reader through a compelling story line a interesting character interactions. This particular comic does not deliver well, and is a little boring.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    Unlike the previous two volumes, which I felt added significantly to our understanding of YJ's characters and and overall narrative, the stories in this volume strike me as filler. It is still an enjoyable read - particularly if you have an interest in Atlantean culture - but it is the least essential volume in the series. Unlike the previous two volumes, which I felt added significantly to our understanding of YJ's characters and and overall narrative, the stories in this volume strike me as filler. It is still an enjoyable read - particularly if you have an interest in Atlantean culture - but it is the least essential volume in the series.

  26. 4 out of 5

    J.R.

    I won this book from Goodreads First Reads, so thanks DC and Goodreads. I'm normally not very interested in adaptations of animated series. However, this was a good, quick, read with a lot of characters. I really liked the mystery behind Ocean Master and Grodd. Plus, I'm from Minnesota, so its cool to see Batman and the others fighting a huge snake around the Ordway downtown. Pretty cool. I won this book from Goodreads First Reads, so thanks DC and Goodreads. I'm normally not very interested in adaptations of animated series. However, this was a good, quick, read with a lot of characters. I really liked the mystery behind Ocean Master and Grodd. Plus, I'm from Minnesota, so its cool to see Batman and the others fighting a huge snake around the Ordway downtown. Pretty cool.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Two semi-connected stories, one set in Atlantis, and one with gorillas. This feels more like the cartoon series now with story arcs and character development. It is no longer quick stories and is all the better for it. It's nice to have a small story with the characters and their mentors. I also like Grodd. A good read. Two semi-connected stories, one set in Atlantis, and one with gorillas. This feels more like the cartoon series now with story arcs and character development. It is no longer quick stories and is all the better for it. It's nice to have a small story with the characters and their mentors. I also like Grodd. A good read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kylene

    I really enjoyed this book. It carries the same freshness and energy of the animated cartoon series, but transferred onto the page. Quality art and pacing make for a fun read for adult and young readers alike

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tori

    I really enjoyed the graphics and the story line. I think its neat to have the comic that goes along with the Tv story line. I received this book free through Goodreads First Reads. Thank you DC and Goodreads for the giveaway.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tomson Titus

    Might be the worst thing I've read. Might be the worst thing I've read.

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