"Lost in the Multiverse, Part 1": Transported in another dimension from the Gemworld, Young Justice finds itself in Earth 42, but Cyborg quickly transports them away again, still not in their home dimension. They end up in Earth 26, meeting the [[Zoo Crew
Appearing in "Lost in the Multiverse, Part 1"
- Justice Society of America (Earth 22)
- Little League (Earth 42)
- Zoo Crew (Earth 26)
- Captain Marvel (Earth 22) (On a TV or computer screen)
- Hack (Earth 3) (First appearance; unnamed)
- Batman (Earth 22) (Mentioned only)
- Dark Opal (Earth 0) (Mentioned only)
- Lex Luthor (Earth 0) (Mentioned only)
- Lex Luthor (Earth 22) (Mentioned only)
- The Joker (Earth 22) (Mentioned only)
- Superman (Earth 0) (Mentioned only)
- Earth 3 (Unnamed)
- Earth 22
- Earth 26
- Earth 42
- Earth 0 (Mentioned only)
- Gemworld (Mentioned only)
- Green Lantern Ring
- Lasso of Truth
- Multiverse Mallet
- Infinity Gauntlet (Mentioned only)
- Infinity Stones (Mentioned only)
- Jinny Hex's Truck
Synopsis for "Lost in the Multiverse, Part 1"
Transported in another dimension from the Gemworld, Young Justice finds itself in Earth 42, but Cyborg quickly transports them away again, still not in their home dimension. They end up in Earth 26, meeting the Zoo Crew and Captain Carrot. The inhabitants of this dimension find humans smelly and disturbing, so they use on the team a weapon called Multiverse Mallet to send them away.
They end up in another dimension, who looks really like their home one, but they soon understand it isn't, especially when another version of the Justice League welcomes them. They approach them telling Superboy to explain why he wears a "protest shirt". The Wonder Woman of that dimension then wraps Cassie around with her Lasso while their Green Lantern keeps everyone prisoner. After the Lasso makes Cassie say the whole truth, which was exactly what they were already telling them before, they finally reach an agreement about sending them back home. After neutralizing the Sons and Daughters of the Bat, they are brought to that dimension's Doctor Fate that helps in sending them back, especially because what Jinny has in her chest seems to be quite dangerous.
While Green Lantern tells Keli he admires her work, but she will be in heavy trouble with the Corps earlier than she expects, they go away with Superman telling to be their best version of themselves. Then, Doctor Fate realized he calculated the wrong dimension to send them into: it's near their Earth but not really that one. And he cannot go take them before 52 hours, as those are the rules. What he does not know is that he sent them right to Earth 3.
- No special notes.
- Bart referred to the Infinity Gauntlet while in Earth 26
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