Young Justice S02E05 Quick Review

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The 5th episode of Invasion, “Beneath,” is an entertaining half-hour piece of a DC Universe puzzle.

The ladies of team Alpha, including the overeager Wonder Girl, worked together nicely in their search for the bomb that killed the Kroloteans. At Bialya, Alpha encounters Psimon along with Mammoth, Shimmer, Devastation, and others who are working for Queen Bee. They’re moving “cargo” (kidnapped runaways), not bombs. I liked the action sequence with Alpha moving out the cargo near the end. Wonder Girl lands a redemption punch to Devastation. The fight from both sides was a classic superhero clash.

INTRIGUE! Queen Bee is working with a partner who was to receive the runaways. Is that unknown partner is man standing in the shadows last week? That would be highly likely, in my opinion.

Team Alpha
Meanwhile, Blue Beetle investigates the kidnapping of his friend, Ty. Maurice, Ty’s not-stepfather, may be involved. More Jaime-talks-to-the-suit wackiness enuses. Jaime discovers Maurice’s shed of bootlegged DVDs and games. Two subplots dovetail in the end: Ty is part of second cargo. Jaime continues stumbling in his quest for answers.

DISCLAIMER: Characters from Young Justice are trademarks of DC Entertainment, a Time Warner company. This episode is protected by relevant copyright laws. Fooling around with bootlegged media is bad for your health. You may not receive punishment from an angry cybernetic suit. Don’t panic, citizen! There are fine people giving us new, shinier intellectual property laws with cameras possibly all up in your grill. Soon, you WILL know that being a media pirate, a yo-ho-ho pirate, or a Pittsburgh Pirate doesn’t pay! Or maybe the preceding disclaimer was a lark.

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