"War Torn": Wonder Girl tries to persuade Cissie King-Jones to return to duty as Arrowette to fight in the coming war, but she is reluctant. Meanwhile, Superboy has nightmares about the war until he is a
Synopsis for "War Torn"
Wonder Girl tries to persuade Cissie King-Jones to return to duty as Arrowette to fight in the coming war, but she is reluctant. Meanwhile, Superboy has nightmares about the war until he is awakened and reminded by Secret that Red Tornado wants to meet the whole team. And Empress prepares to reveal her identity to her father, but he already knows.
By setting up a William Tell-type demonstration, which Wonder Girl chickens out of, Cissie shows why she won't return to being Arrowette. Robin then picks Wonder Girl up on the Super-Cycle and the team is soon assembled. Red Tornado has come to ask the team to contribute to the war effort, but not in the way they expect: Lex Luthor has requested that they rescue injured meta-humans and return them to the para-docs medical unit. At first the team is not particularly pleased by this, feeling that they are being sidelined, but when Red Tornado's daughter, Traya Smith, says that she's scared about her father and is glad to know Young Justice will be there to save him, they change their minds.
The team, with Lobo in tow, report to Kitty Faulkner on the para-docs unit, where they are immediately told they must retrieve some fallen members of the JLA. They also meet their medical technician, who turns out to be none other than Cissie.
Appearing in "War Torn"
- Wendy the Werewolf Stalker (In picture only)
Links and References
Our Worlds at War Crossover