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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 664d ago | review

Young Justice: Invasion “True Colors” | Geekenstein Review

"After last week’s slightly disappointing continuation of Young Justice: Invasion after the abrupt hiatus, I was hoping that this week’s episode would impress me a little bit more. Not that I demand much, but the last episode was lacking something for me. Thankfully, “True Colors” did not disappoint in the action and story department, and is making the realization of the coming arrival of the season finale that much more painful. Feeding off of the very end of “Corneredm” “True Colors” features Bumblebee and Ray Palmer inside of something or someone attempting to destroy an object, viewers who aren’t keen to the subtle hints beforehand will find out that the group is inside of Blue Beetle trying to answer his request to get rid of the scarab attached to him." - Terrence Billingsley of Geekenstein.com (TV, Young Justice: Invasion) 4.5/5

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