Credits weren't shrunk down for me. It was definitely Morrow.Originally Posted by bert
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It was the mustahce that sold me that it was Morrow. That and the fact that Mister Twister was a more or less Reddy on Roids.
I loved it! I adore Miss Martian. She's super cute. And I want to give Superboy a hug. They should be a couple.
And here ends my excessively girly review of last night's episode of Young Justice. The comic was really good too.
EDIT: I am really proud of myself that I knew right away that it was T. O. Morrow. Normally I don't know who anybody is.
The pilot definitely kicked this episode's ass, but for me, the thing about good(great?)cartoons is that even an ordinary episode is reason to smile.
Anyone know when/if this is coming to Canada? Obviously online viewing is more practical...but I kinda wanna watch cartoons on TV again.
Also, any good? I've heard positive reviews on the Tie-In comic, but is the real deal worth watching at all?
I'm starting to think this show just isn't for me. The treatment of Miss Martian in this episode really disturbed me. She spent the entire episode being slobbered over and having commands barked at her condescendingly. It wasn't until the very very end that this seemed to stop, so maybe this was the one episode to get it all out of the way so it never happens again?
I know they said she was "inexperienced", but I doubt they would use that tone with a male teammate. Superboy is just as inexperienced but he never got spoken to that way, and he doesn't get oggled all the time either.
The dialogue isn't sitting well with me either. The writers seem really keen on this "clever wordplay" thing: "whemled" from the pilot and "turbed" in this one. Is there going to be something like this in every episode? The "Hello Megan!" with the slap to the forehead got annoying too. Is this something from the comics to show she is trying to hard to talk like an earthling, or do the writers just have no idea how women talk?
Yeah, but Superboy had already proven himself back in the pilot.
And you didn't get the part at the beginning where she mentioned trying to bake cookies that she'd seen on television? She acts that way because she only knows human interaction from the TV shows she watches.