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"Seven Crises": An inhabitant of the Gemworld is talking with its ruler, Dark Opal, about the planet Earth. The speaker comes from there and he discovered there's an hidden way of getting there. This Earth has suffered seven crises and survived them all, but t


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Young Justice (Volume 3) #1 is an issue of the series Young Justice (Volume 3) with a cover date of March, 2019. It was published on January 9, 2019.

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Synopsis for "Seven Crises"

An inhabitant of the Gemworld is talking with its ruler, Dark Opal, about the planet Earth. The speaker comes from there and he discovered there's an hidden way of getting there. This Earth has suffered seven crises and survived them all, but those crises have a mean to change things, and without knowing it they influence and change the Gemworld as well. It's time to confront Earth about the matter, talking with Earth's very own champion: Superman.

In Metropolis, Jinny Hex is moving into town from Texas. As she is questioned by an officer about why she has a weapon in her van, a mysterious force attacks Metropolis: the soldiers of the Gemworld are in the city, looking to attract Superman's attention. But what they find is another team of worthy opponents: after meeting Wonder Girl, Tim Drake reacts to the attack finding himself fighting alongside Jinny. Soon, Cassie Sandsmark intervenes as well, even if for some matter she restrained herself initially.

Impulse and Teen Lantern quickly join the fight as well and the enemy is defeated: Bart screams at the top of his lungs that Young Justice is back. But while retreating, the soldiers of Gemworld transport back to their home dimension the teenage superheroes as well. While Tim Drake finds himself in the House of Amethyst, Bart Allen finds himself in the company of another friend, Conner Kent, also known as Superboy! Why is Superboy inside Gemworld and how he managed to grow a beard?



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  • Robin referred to The Brave and the Bold when asking Wonder Girl to team-up.
  • Shuster Circle is a reference to Joe Shuster.
  • Impulse's first attempt at a battlecry, "Young Justice Assemble!" is a reference to the Avengers's battlecry: "Avengers Assemble!"



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