"The Hunt": At the HQ of Young Justice, a very annoyed Wonder Girl returns from battling a band of mud aliens. Wanting nothing but a hot bath, she strips down and heads for the shower -- but Superboy is chilling in the bathroom! After a sly remark about why she's called Wonder Girl, Superbo
Appearing in "The Hunt"
Synopsis for "The Hunt"
At the HQ of Young Justice, a very annoyed Wonder Girl returns from battling a band of mud aliens. Wanting nothing but a hot bath, she strips down and heads for the shower -- but Superboy is chilling in the bathroom! After a sly remark about why she's called Wonder Girl, Superboy finds himself knocked through a wall. Cassie yells at Kon, telling him that he needs to establish himself as his own person. In short, she also says that he needs to move out, though he has no idea where to go.
So Superboy heads out on one of his greatest adventures: finding an apartment! At first he figures his celebrity status will carry him, though he quickly learns otherwise. Having no credit line and no income, Superboy checks out the lowest rent places out there: everything from rooming with a comic geek to sharing a room with two gay men to an apartment whose landlord only comes out at night. Wanting to clear his head, Superboy goes for a flight around the city. He spots a trio of thugs packing heavy weapons called the Run Riot Gang attacking a landlord who couldn't give them "protection" money. Superboy defeats the goons without trouble. One of them attempts to escape and runs into a girl named Trixie. She grabs his gun and turns it on him, which causes him to run away screaming. Trixie enters a nearby building and reports to her boyfriend that she has just finished casing a place for the following night.
The man who owns the apartment building, Mr. Lee Lee Hacks, is frustrated over the attack on his building. He fires the charlady when she complains. Superboy spots a pair of hotties leaving the place and asks Hacks about a business opportunity. The next day, Cassie helps Kon pack up his stuff for his new place. Superboy is now the Super of Calvin Gardens Apartments!
- This book was first published on November 21, 2001.
- Jimmy Palmiotti & Dan DiDio take over as the lead writers with this issue.
- Superboy begins as the Super for Calvin Gardens.
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Links and References
- Superboy article at Wikipedia
- Superboy (Volume 4) series index at DCU Guide
- Superboy (Volume 4) series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Superboy (Volume 4) series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
- Superboy #94 entry at the Grand Comics Database
- Superboy #94 entry at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe