"Hitting for the Cycle": On New Genesis, Mark Moonrider and Beautiful Dreamer have a date on an open field when suddenly their Super-Cycle starts shuddering while randomly shootings its laser guns. At the same time, a similar t
- Wow! And I thought baseball was a boring game!
- — Secret
Synopsis for "Hitting for the Cycle"
On New Genesis, Mark Moonrider and Beautiful Dreamer have a date on an open field when suddenly their Super-Cycle starts shuddering while randomly shootings its laser guns. At the same time, a similar thing happens to Young Justice's Super-Cycle on Myrg. It breaks out of the spaceship followed by Lobo's Spacehog.
Young Justice does not notice any of this as they are in the final stages of their baseball game against the Slag. Superboy has had enough of the Slag's cheating so he punches the baseman and gets ejected - much to the dismay of Wonder Girl whom Kon-El tried to protect initially. Other team members are hot as well after Cissie strikes out further reducing their chance of winning. But then Doiby Dickles of all players hits a home run and wins the game for Young Justice. However, Slag leader K'rnd'g accuses Impulse of cheating during that last play. He pulls out two big guns and the fight between Young Justice and the Slag is on. Lobo "frags" K'rnd'g once again infuriating Robin because he is not supposed to kill anybody.
The fight is interrupted by the arrival of the Super-Cycle. Obviously, the Super-Cycle wants Young Justice to do something. Secret discovers a new button on the dashboard and it is labeled "Push Me". Of course, Impulse pushes it and, thus, opens a boom tube. Not sure where the boom tube might take them, Lobo and the core members of Young Justice enter it leaving Cissie and Doiby behind on Myrg.
The boom tube takes the heroes to New Genesis. There is a yellow Super-Cycle standing on an open field and now the two vehicles bound toward each other. The Forever People arrive claiming that Young Justice's Super-Cycle belongs to them...
Appearing in "Hitting for the Cycle"
- Cissie King-Jones
- Doiby Dickles
- Forever People
- Prince Marieb
- The Slag
- K'rnd'g (Dies)