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# There kind of a combination of the Avengers and the Justice League, but some of it's members are rip-offs from it.
 
# There kind of a combination of the Avengers and the Justice League, but some of it's members are rip-offs from it.
 
# There are very rubbish and indeed didn't have any buildup of how they become superheroes, leaving the readers confused.
 
# There are very rubbish and indeed didn't have any buildup of how they become superheroes, leaving the readers confused.
# They were made because Rob Liefeld was interesting in doing his own take on the Teen Titans for DC Comics and it was scrapped with this aformentioned team as '''it shows'''.
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# They were made because Rob Liefeld was interesting in doing his own take on the Teen Titans for DC Comics and it was scrapped in favor with this aformentioned team as '''it shows'''.
 
# They are celebrities that go on talk shows, ski trips, and beaches.
 
# They are celebrities that go on talk shows, ski trips, and beaches.
 
# They lie, asassinate, and murder people.
 
# They lie, asassinate, and murder people.

Latest revision as of 02:21, 4 May 2021

They're instead the next generation of zeroes.

Youngblood are a superhero team that starred in their own self-titled comic book created by writer/artist, Rob Liefeld.

Why They Suck:

In General

  1. There kind of a combination of the Avengers and the Justice League, but some of it's members are rip-offs from it.
  2. There are very rubbish and indeed didn't have any buildup of how they become superheroes, leaving the readers confused.
  3. They were made because Rob Liefeld was interesting in doing his own take on the Teen Titans for DC Comics and it was scrapped in favor with this aformentioned team as it shows.
  4. They are celebrities that go on talk shows, ski trips, and beaches.
  5. They lie, asassinate, and murder people.
  6. All of it's members are rips offs of 2 Marvel characters, The Beast and Wolverine.
  7. It also have another team called the Youngblood Away Team, which is a separate group and would confused readers.

Jeff Terrell/Shaft

  1. Shaft is a rip of Hawkeye, Green Arrow, and his sidekick, Speedy with the red spandex.
  2. Originally, Liefeld said that he was supposed to Roy Harper, Speedy's secret identity.
  3. He barely has little to personality or character development.
  4. In issue 6 of the first volume, he has a nightmare of being inflated eating food.
  5. His skills are even dumber and ridiculous like Shaft stopping a thief with his hips pushed out at odd angles while he leaps from an implausible side angle and then attack him by walking, running and throwing in the escalators, using a pen from his pocket to toss another thief, which make him fall into the ledge, holding out his hand to search bodies like he has powers.

Diehard

  1. He is combination of Captain America and Cyborg.
  2. He is also a rip-off of Archie Comics' the Shield.
  3. He has the infamous flying down and smacking someone in the face with his crotch, saying that "this makes us even".

Thomas John McCall/Badrock

  1. He is a combination of the Thing and the Hulk.
  2. His "Yabba Dabba Doom" line gets old very fast, and rips off the "Yabba Dabba Doo" from The Flintstones.
  3. He was said when he was 16 years old, he swallowed a vial of top secret genetic material in his father's lab, which is the source of his rock-like transformation.

Psi-Fire

  1. He is a rip off of Psylocke of the X-Men.
  2. His actions are very unheroic when Psi-Fire uses psychic powers to kill Hassan Kussein, based on former president and dictator of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, and keeps his death a secret.

Troll

  1. He takes a shower with his glasses in a weird way.

Chapel

  1. He shots himself in a poorly structured way in order to become a hellspawn like Spawn, who was a human killed by Chapel.

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