THE SECRET #1

Written by Todd Dezago; art by Todd Nauck and Lary Stucker; cover by Leonard Kirk and Karl Story Meet the heroes who will form DC's newest super-team Young Justice! Impulse, Superboy and Robin are interrogated about a strange being they've just encountered. They themselves may be responsible for releasing a mysterious female from the clutches of the Department of Extranormal Operations (as seen in the pages of CHASE). But is The Secret that the DEO's been keeping a deadly threat or is she just an innocent girl?

JLA: WORLD WITHOUT GROWN-UPS #1

Written by Todd Dezago; art and wraparound cover by Mike McKone, Humberto Ramos, Mark McKenna and Wayne Faucher The heroes of the DC Universe find themselves separated by a mysterious force in a miniseries that introduces DC's newest super-team, Young Justice! A boy receives a gift from his father and somehow triggers a force that puts all the 16-years-old-and-younger humans on one Earth and the adults on another. As the JLA searches for an answer to the mystery on one world, Robin, Impulse, Superboy and other heroes try to keep a kid-ruled world from falling apart. Does Billy Batson hold the key to bridging the two worlds?

JLA: WORLD WITHOUT GROWN-UPS #2

Written by Todd Dezago; art and wraparound cover by Mike McKone, Humberto Ramos, Mark McKenna and Paul Neary The heroes of the DC Universe find themselves separated by a mysterious force in the conclusion of the miniseries that introduces DC's newest super-team, Young Justice! Having said his magic word, Billy Batson is lightning-bolted to the AdultWorld, but much to his surprise he has not been transformed to Captain Marvel. On KidWorld, Robin, Superboy and Impulse go after the cause of all their troubles, the kid villain Bedlam. He's using the JLA's original cave headquarters as his stronghold and to keep the youthful heroes away, he's using junior versions of the Joker, Metallo and Gorilla Grodd as guards. The JLA can't help the kids, and if the kids don't win, the two worlds will remain permantly separate. But the scariest thing is that the key to victory may lie in the hands of DC's most reckless youth... Impulse.

YOUNG JUSTICE #1

Written by Peter David; art and cover by Todd Nauck and Lary Stucker Straight from the pages of the thrilling JLA: WORLD WITHOUT GROWN-UPS, DC's newest super-team debuts in an exciting new ongoing title! Robin, Superboy and Impulse. Together, these very different youngsters inheritors to the powers of the DC Universe's greatest heroes are Young Justice. In their first adventure, the boys discover a mysterious vehicle of unknown origin. They devote hours of careful study to its design to determine its function... no, actually they pretty much leap before they look, and find themselves hurtling to parts unknown!

YOUNG JUSTICE #2

Written by Peter David; art and cover by Todd Nauck and Lary Stucker DC's newest super-team's first adventure in its own series may be its last! The mysterious Super-Cycle sends Robin, Superboy and Impulse hurling from one corner of the world to the other in an over-the-top adventure, eventually landing them face to face with the evil of Rip Roar, a nasty guy with no use for kids. He easily beats Superboy and Impulse, leaving Robin alone to face the malevolent creature. The Boy Wonder's only salvation may be the Super-Cycle itself.

YOUNG JUSTICE #1,000,000

Written by Peter David; art by Todd Nauck, Lary Stucker, Roberto Flores, and various; cover by Nauck and Stucker In the 853rd Century's Justice Cave, Robin the Toy Wonder and the future incarnations of Superboy and Impulse recall in each one's unique and unbiased way how their 20th Century counterparts saved the day in classic, almost-true stories of Superboy's epic battle with Doomsday, Robin's perils during the Final Night, and Young Justice's battle with the Millennium... Chicken? If you like fish stories, this one's a whopper, as the kids play a super-powered game of "can you top this?"