Youngblood #1 (2008)


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The original Youngblood wasn't a good comic. We all know this, so let's not pretend otherwise. Yeah, yeah. Upon debuting, it might have sold over a million copies, but sales don't indicate quality. If that were the case, Joe Casey wouldn't have re-scripted the original series for the forthcoming hardcover. (See, even Rob Liefeld knows the book sucked.) So then why does it keep coming back? Do people like the concept and characters? Do they associate the title with an exciting era? Or is it that they like to see train wrecks, and figure anything with Youngblood for a title is destined for Derail City? If it's the latter, I have bad news for you: this new Youngblood series is a smooth ride.

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