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Young Justice Vol 1 37

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Young Justice Vol 1 37

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"War of the Words": Young Justice is held hostage on Apokolips by Granny Goodness and the Female Furies. While the others are being tortured, Darkseid has a special interest in [


Quote1 I… I can’t die! I… I have midterms! I crammed for them! It can’t all have been a waste! Quote2
-- Wonder Girl



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Synopsis for "War of the Words"

Young Justice is held hostage on Apokolips by Granny Goodness and the Female Furies. While the others are being tortured, Darkseid has a special interest in Secret and treats her to ice cream. Amazingly, Empress manages to break free and releases Young Justice while fighting with Mad Harriet. It’s not enough though. Granny and her Parademons overwhelmingly outnumber Young Justice. Or do they? Hey, does anyone remember what happens when Lobo bleeds? Well, he doesn’t die! But, just who is the mystery pilot that picks-up the gang?



Notes

This issue takes place after Impulse #77 and before Impulse #78.

Trivia

Secret calls Darkseid “Mr. Doug Side”



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