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I don't know what you guys are talking about; I really liked this episode.
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Yes! I can almost forgive the lack of Wally if they gave us more Strange. (Okay, so when I see him I think of a cross between Hank Pym an Wally JL-style: fun-loving scientist. That's a very appealing image. Still want Wally, though.)
I actually liked him a lot in this episode. He was like Ethan Hunt with super strength and stamina.
I loved this episode. I'm loving this Gar too; I felt really bad for him when he had that flashback. :(
He should stay in his normal form more often, though. I get he likes monkeys, but why does he have to LOOK like a monkey?
I also liked how this and episode one happened around the same time. One team went to space, the others stayed on earth. I guess no one seem to noticed that Megan prefected the art of Mindf*cking things, nope, let's talk aboout Characters who going to appear later on. I also thought the Flashback with Beast Boy was the second saddest thing to happen on this show, "secrets" being the first. Also, Adam Strange freakin stole this episode. I can't think of a single person who will quothed Lewis Carrol and lead a police force away...
Well, except for this Guy, but he not exactly good is he? Or sane for that matter.
Really loved this episode, the plot was fast-paced and consistent but was still able to breathe and gave some good characterization to Beast Boy, Miss Martian, Superboy, and Adam Strange. Loved Adam Strange quoting Lewis Carroll.
As for Miss Martian's treatment of the Krolotean, the mind-f***'s don't appear to be permanent. Psimon got an even worse mind-f*** by Miss Martian but he is still appearing in the Young Justice: Legacy game as a villain (which is canon to the story). It is more likely a overly-harsh use of telepathy by Martian standards.
Interesting that it seems that Superboy partially chose to break-up because he doesn't visibly age. I wonder if the Red Arrow-clone ages as well, I would expect that The Light designed clone-Roy to be able to age or else others would have noticed him not aging over the 3 years he was in place as the mole.
I also like how they integrated Queen Bee into being responsible of Beast Boy's mother's death. I wonder if Beast Boy still got adopted by some form of the Doom Patrol or if he immediately got adopted by Miss Martian and the League?
There needs to be an Adam Strange cartoon. I mean, seriously: The Strange Cartoon. (Not a short either.) Adam is all win.